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Crews prepare to close Missouri River Bridge

This weekend, crews are getting ready to close the westbound Missouri River bridge, heading into Jefferson City.

Investigation continues into Missouri state senator

At least one prosecutor's office received a complaint to investigate a Missouri state senator.

Jefferson City group to propose raising legal age to buy tobacco to 21

A Jefferson City group is trying to raise the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21.

Jefferson City leaders take aim at property owner

Jefferson City takes aim at Capitol Ave. properties

Jefferson City leaders are moving forward with their case against a downtown property owner.

Portion of Rangeline St. will close Tuesday in Columbia

Rangeline Street at I-70 will be closed starting Tuesday, May 3. The closure will last 20 days as part of the I-70 bridge project.

Boys and Girls Clubs expanding 7th street location

Boys and Girls Clubs expanding 7th street location

Boys and Girls Clubs of Columbia are hoping to fundraise $2.5 million to expand their 7th street location in central Columbia. 

Growing pains for Columbia Regional Airport

Mid-Missouri groups discuss increases tax to pay for airport renovations

The City of Columbia, Boone County, Columbia Public School, Chamber of Commerce, and the University of Missouri held a joint meeting at city hall Friday morning.

Broadway Hotel owner looks to expand building

According to Broadway Hotel owner David Parmley, the new Broadway Hotel in downtown Columbia could be expanding soon.

Suspects in Callaway County make first court appearance

Two people charged with murder in Callaway County have made their first court appearance. Dale Horton and Jennifer Grayson appeared via video Friday morning; their next court dates are scheduled for late May and early June, respectively.

Vice chancellor for diversity, inclusion at Mizzou steps down

Less than six months after being appointed the Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity at Mizzou, Chuck Henson is stepping down. According to Interim Chancellor Hank Foley, Henson will return to teaching at Mizzou's law school.

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Texas flooding kills woman, 4 grandchildren

A woman and her four grandchildren died after being swept away by floodwaters in eastern Texas on Saturday morning, police said.

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