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Local residents vocal on community policing at city council meeting
The council also voted to approve various agenda items, including a plan to allocate funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Jun 19 3:00AM Local News

Trash and recycling pickup will start earlier for summer
Pick up will begin at 6:30 a.m and residents can leave their trash and recycling on the curb beginning at 4 p.m.
Jun 18 10:00PM Local News

Man charged with shooting at police linked to Columbia gun death
A 34-year-old man was arrested for trying to shoot a Christian County deputy and was discovered to have 53 stolen firearms and around 5,000 stolen rounds of ammunition.
Jun 18 9:00PM Local News

Man suspected in connection to Waffle House shooting pleads not guilty
Matthew McMillan pleaded not guilty to three felony counts related to the New Year's Day shooting.
Jun 18 8:30PM Local News

Work on North Providence could cause delays this week
Columbia Public Works crews will close one lane at a time to make the repairs.
Jun 18 4:36PM Local News

Grief therapy dogs become part of the team at funeral homes
Yeti, a 2-year-old goldendoodle, works with grieving families in Troy and Hawk Point, Missouri. A funeral home in Columbia should have a labradoodle named Lizzy joining its staff as a therapy dog next year.
Jun 18 11:00AM Local News

City Council to hold public hearings on sidewalk project, HUD funding
Before the public hearings, the council will also hear scheduled public comment from residents about community policing and racial disparities in traffic stop data.
Jun 16 11:00PM Local News

Boone County Sheriff's Department investigating woman's death
Deputies found the woman after following up on an earlier investigation involving theft of firearms.
Jun 16 10:00PM Local News

As Callaway County hog farm breaks ground, opponents say they'll keep fighting
Construction on the concentrated animal feeding operation began in early June after four years of opposition from Friends of Responsible Agriculture.
Jun 16 9:15PM Local News

Neal Boyd remembered by MU faculty as talented, warmhearted
Neal Boyd, an MU alumnus and one-time "America's Got Talent" winner, died Sunday evening.
Jun 16 12:10AM Local News

More accurate rain forecasts could arrive in the near future
An MU associate professor and doctoral student developed a new model for predicting the weather.
Jun 15 11:25PM Local News

Three denied bond in DeBrodie hearings, Fulton police say "no evidence" of forced fighting
A wrongful death lawsuit states that Second Chance Homes employees forced Carl DeBrodie to fight another resident, but Fulton police came to a different conclusion.
Jun 15 11:20PM Local News

Heat advisory in effect until Monday evening
You should limit your time outside and stay hydrated during the hot weather, experts said.
Jun 15 10:30PM Local News

MU Theatre Department alumnus joins cast of "Hamilton
Bryson Bruce plays two prominent roles in the show, Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson.
Jun 15 10:00PM Local News

Man arrested after allegedly hitting child with two-by-four
Christopher Wiedmier of Columbia was arrested Friday on three felony counts. He was released after posting a $5,000 bail.
Jun 15 9:45PM Local News

Where to expect road work next week
Worley Street residents take note: Crews will close off the entrance to Alexander Avenue on Worley Street. The intersection will reopen on on June 29.
Jun 15 9:40PM Local News

Truman Veterans' Hospital nursing-care center rated four out of five stars
The Veterans Health Administration made public for the first time its annual nursing home ratings for every facility in the country.
Jun 14 10:49PM Local News

Tina the Turkey set to be captured, relocated
The bird is to be relocated to a new habitat away from people and traffic.
Jun 14 9:30PM Local News

Case concludes for 14-year-old who killed an elk
The case reached "an appropriate resolution" but details were not shared because she is a juvenile, authorities said.
Jun 14 8:00PM Local News

After eight weeks in the hospital, a teenage girl gets her prom
Skylar Russell had her dress and shoes, but when prom came, she was in a hospital room. This week the staff at Women's and Children's Hospital brought the prom to her.
Jun 14 8:00PM Local News