Pulaski County 911 communications system experiencing problems

According to Fort Leonard Wood, the Pulaski County 911 Communications system is experiencing some issues after an apparent lightning strike.

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High crash zone in Columbia gets sign

A sign in Columbia is warning drivers about a high crash area.

Pulaski County 911 communications system experiencing problems

According to Fort Leonard Wood, the Pulaski County 911 Communications system is experiencing some issues after an apparent lightning strike.

Yield to emergency vehicles or get pulled over

Jefferson City police will be on the lookout this week for drivers who don't yield to emergency vehicles.

Water and you this summer

Officials to begin testing for E. coli: what you should know

Jumping in a lake is a great way to cool off in the summer...but what's in the water with you? 

Commissioners appoint member to vicious dog board

Boone County appoints member to vicious dog advisory board

With warmer weather here to stay, dog parks across Mid-Missouri fill up with animals and their owners -- with more dogs out, we could see an increase in dog bites.  

Two arrested after police chase, crash in Jefferson City

A police chase ended in a car crash Tuesday afternoon in Jefferson City. Officers originally pulled over a silver GMC truck for license plate violations near Highway 50 and Eastland Drive just after 3 p.m.

Walk-in clinic opens in Fulton

Fulton residents are now able to get more medical treatment in town.

Baby shot and killed in St. Louis; police search for father

An 8-month-old boy is dead after a shooting in north St. Louis, and police are still searching for the father and suspected gunman. Officers say Diata Crockett, 35, took his two other children, 2-year-old Rycker Crockett and 3-year-old Blase Crockett, who were later found safe.

Douglass Bulldogs Youth Baseball League needs volunteers

The Douglass Bulldogs Baseball League is for boys and girls ages 5-10. The league is geared at teaching kids basic baseball skills in a fun, non competitive environment. Columbia's Parks and Rec is continuously trying to host more family-friendly activities in the park.

City wins lawsuit against owner of decrepit homes

A Cole County judge ruled in favor of the city of Jefferson in its case against a downtown property owner.

 
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