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North Eighth Street in Columbia to close for maintenance

Columbia Public Works will be temporarily closing North Eighth Street from Wilkes Boulevard to Hickman during daylight hours beginning at 7 a.m. Monday.

High speed chase leads to one arrest; drunk driving suspected

The Callaway County Sheriff's Office arrested a man Saturday morning after a high speed car chase.

Holiday counting period in from police

Highway Patrol says there were 36 car crashes in Troop F over the Christmas counting period.

Columbia high school choir director responds to stalking charges

Columbia high school choir director responds to stalking arrest

Saturday, the Hickman High School choir director accused of stalking a woman responded to being called a threat to public safety by the court.

Mid-Missouri woman raising money for man attacked at Columbia bar

Mid-Missouri woman raising money for man attacked at Columbia bar

A Mid-Missouri woman is stepping up to raise money for State Rep. Jeff Grisamore's son who was beaten unconscious by two strangers.


Man pulled from car after overpass crash

Emergency crews worked for an hour to get one man out of a car involved in an accident on an I-70 overpass Saturday night.

Man gets away after invading and robbing a Columbia home

Saturday, Columbia police are searching for a man in a home invasion robbery that got away.


Car hits, kills Columbia man on Highway 63

A fatal car accident Friday afternoon shut down at least one lane of Highway 63 north of Columbia.


Cyber attack takes down City of Columbia website

A City of Columbia official said the city's website,, suffered a cyber attack Wednesday night, and the website will be down until further notice.

New gadgets for Christmas mean it's time to recycle the old ones, safely

At christmas time, many get all the new latest gadgets as gifts, but as left wondering what to do with the old ones. If you think selling them is out of the question, you might want to think about recycling them.

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Missing plane likely at 'bottom of the sea'

The missing AirAsia jet probably crashed into the sea, Indonesia's top rescue official said Monday, citing radar data from the plane's last contact.

"Our early conjecture is that the plane is in the bottom of the sea," Bambang Sulistyo, head of Indo...

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