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Protecting information online from hackers

Protecting information online from hackers

In an age where passwords are needed for nearly everything, it can be tricky keeping track of them all.

Rangers continue to look for groping suspect

Authorities urge caution after sexual misconduct reported at Hinkson Creek Trail

The city of Columbia park ranger is investigating a sexual misconduct report about and incident Sunday morning on the Hinkson Creek Trail.

Free lunches available for children in the summer

Food Bank summer feeding program extends to five sites

Several Columbia children are returning home with full stomachs thanks to the Food Bank's summer feeding program.

JCPD investigates holiday weekend crime

Jefferson City Police investigate holiday weekend crime

Jefferson City law enforcement had their hands full after 4th of July celebrations this weekend.

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Ten killed in Missouri crashes over July 4th weekend

Ten people were killed on Missouri roads in traffic crashes over the holiday weekend.

Boone County car chase early Monday morning ends at Park Village Trailer Park

A man is behind bars this morning after he led authorities on a car chase.

Columbia man pleads guilty for role in drug operation

A Columbia man involved in a large drug conspiracy pleaded guilty in federal court Monday morning.

Boonville Police arrest five for various drugs, distribution items

Five people were arrested Monday after a search by Boonville Police revealed illegal drugs and distribution items.

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Columbia Council to discuss million-dollar road project

The Columbia City Council will take another look at a $1 million road project in town.

Community leaders respond to recent shootings in Columbia

The Columbia Police Department has responded to four separate shooting incidents in a week and six since June 15.

No arrests have been made for any of the reports.

Lorenzo Lawson, Executive Director of the Youth Empowerment Center in Columbia, said the recent crime is a "community-wide disease."

"I think it all pretty…

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Bill Cosby in 2005: I got sedative to give women for sex

Bill Cosby admitted under oath that he got a sort of sedative for the purpose of giving the drug to young women with whom he wanted to have sex, newly released documents show.

The documents date back to 2005, and they stem from a lawsuit filed by one ...

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