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Authorities looking for chase suspect near Randolph, Boone Co. line

Authorities in Randolph County are searching for a suspect that led deputies on a high-speed chase through northern Boone County into Randolph County Monday night.

Columbia business wants city to fix water problem

After fixing a water problem of its own, a Columbia business says the city won't do anything about another water issue behind their property. 

Columbia Regional Airport continues master plan

Columbia Regional Airport continues its work on runway improvements.  The City Council is set to vote Monday on one small part -- moving water lines, so Rangeline Road can be moved to make room for a runway.   

Utility rates, fees rising for residents in Ashland

Monthly bills are going up for one town south of Columbia. On Monday the city of Ashland confirmed their sewer rates are going up, along with certain utility fees.

Rep Hartzler checks in on school lunches in Columbia

U.S. Representative Hartzler launches anti-drug initiative

U.S. Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler has announced a new initiative to fight illegal drug use in Mid-Missouri.

MUPD investigating alleged racial slur on campus

The University of Missouri is investigating an alleged racial slur that apparently happened while a group of students were doing a practice skit on campus Sunday night. Watch MU Chancellor Bowen Loftin's response here.

Local cyber crimes task force gets needed funding

Funding comes as a relief to local cyber crimes task force

A Mid-Missouri cyber crimes task force is now getting the funding it needs to fight cyber sex crimes over the next year.

Columbia authorities searching for suspect after he runs from police

Officers were called to the 400 block of Worley Street around 6:30 Monday morning for a violation of a restraining order.

gun thefts and concealed carry permits in Mid-Missouri

Boone Co. gun permit applications on the rise

The number of Boone County residents applying for conceal and carry permits is on the rise.

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South Carolina flooding: 18 dams breached

The rain may have stopped, but South Carolina is grappling with a host of new concerns: Dam breaks. Billions of dollars in damage. And rivers that still haven't crested yet.

Here's the latest on the mammoth flooding tormenting the region:

Dam breaks


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