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Columbia landmark to be sold

One of Columbia's well-known downtown landmarks is set to be sold.

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Conservation agency warns pet owners on coyotes

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri conservation officials are reminding pet owners to be on the lookout for coyotes this summer.

MU receives grant to fix books damaged by mold

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri has received a $400,000 grant to help restore about 600,000 books damaged by mold.

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Missouri governor signs health care expansion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation expanding prenatal health coverage and allowing some newly trained doctors to go to work more quickly.

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Parental kidnapping in Jefferson City ends with arrest in Texas

Jefferson City police say the child is safe and the mother is facing charges

Columbia Police identify July 3 shooting suspect

Columbia Police have identified a suspect in one of the many shootings that have occurred in the past two weeks.

Columbia s community violence task force meets


Community Violence Task Force meets

With gun violence becoming a near nightly event in Columbia over past few days, some citizens are making their voices heard.

Julie Borders' goes without power for two days

Columbia residents still without power

Wednesday, Columbia city manager declared an emergency after Monday's night storm causing hundreds in Columbia to still be without power.

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Columbia police investigate yet another shooting

Police find shell casings in the roadway in the 400 block of Sanford Avenue, some cars were hit

Could construction on Scott Boulevard be causing more crime?

Tom O'Sullivan with the Boone County Sheriff's Department said they have put more patrols in the Bellview and Scott Boulevard area.

Several of the tenants on Bellview have fallen victim to tire slashings in the past few days.

Landlords are now saying the construction in the area is causing some of the problem and said…

Immigration debate, Murietta, California

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What now for the immigration surge?

A slew of possible solutions for the immigration crisis at the southern border emerged this week as President Barack Obama visited Texas.

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