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Columbia city council discusses housing freeze proposal for downtown

The Columbia City Council first read a proposal Monday night to put a freeze on building multi-unit housing in a one-mile radius of the  University of Missouri campus.

If approved, the bill would establish an administrative delay on the processing of applications for a building permit for developments within the area…

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Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson City plans to build new facility near Lincoln University

The Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson City has plans to build a new facility.

MU Alert: Fire alarms set off due to power spike

Fire alarms throughout the University of Missouri's campus in Columbia reportedly went off unintentionally Monday evening after a power spike.

Mo river bridge update

Westbound lanes of the Missouri River Bridge close

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo- Around 8:30 Sunday night, MODOT closed down the westbound lanes of the Missouri River Bridge and traffic is reduced to the two eastbound lanes.

Columbia Regional Airport limited air service impact

Lack of air service at COU impacting local economy

The Convention and Visitor's Bureau staff will address the City Council of Columbia about the financial impact and lost business to our local economy. Including conferences that don't consider Columbia as a destination due to the limited air service. 

Special Report: Dangerous Intersections

Did you know you are twice as likely to die from an automobile accident than to be shot and killed in Columbia or Jefferson City?

Police searching for suspect in crash on St. Charles Road

Deputies in Columbia are currently looking for the driver of a car that crashed into a tree at Snead Drive and St. Charles Road Monday night.

Police: sex offender beats up 91 yr-old veteran, steals car

A mid-Missouri sex offender is facing new charges, accused of beating up a 91 year-old WWII vet, before escaping in his car.

Bagnell Dam open

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Business Highway 54 closing at Bagnell Dam

If you are driving near the Lake of the Ozarks this Tuesday, you might run into some traffic delays.

State senate one step closer to passing voter ID requirements

Missouri Republicans' decadelong effort to require people to show photo identification when voting has cleared a major hurtle in the state Senate.

Cass Tech Detroit Schools

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Detroit schools closed again due to 'sickouts'

Most Detroit schools will remain closed Tuesday, the second day of teacher protests over pay concerns in the city's financially ailing school district.

At least 94 of the city's 97 public schools will be closed again Tuesday, Detroit Public Schools sp...

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