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More weather forecast for Columbia on Sunday, later in the week
Forecasts predict a 30 percent chance of snow between 2 and 5 p.m. Sunday.
Jan 20 6:51PM Local News

Columbia will see a total lunar eclipse Sunday night
On Sunday night, the moon will be closest to Earth, deeming it a "supermoon." The lunar eclipse will also cause it to have a red tint.
Jan 20 5:16PM Local News

Numerous Columbia services to close for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Columbia and Boone County government offices, city bus service Go COMO and trash and recycling collection are just a couple closures in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. day.
Jan 20 4:33PM Local News

Columbia water bills subject of Tuesday council hearing
Proposed increases are meant to encourage water conservation, especially in summer, and to cover higher operation costs and a $42.8 million bond issue.
Jan 20 4:00PM Local News

Calls for activism take center stage at annual Columbia Solidarity Rally
The Solidarity Rally on Saturday hosted an afternoon of speakers that touched on topics of activism, democracy and climate change.
Jan 20 12:30AM Local News

Bowden drive collects blood during shortage, recognizes law enforcement
The 12th annual Officer Molly Bowden Memorial Blood Drive brought out Columbia residents to donate blood in a shortage period. In the past, the drive has collected about 100 units of blood on average.
Jan 19 12:45AM Local News

Pasta dishes pop up at Sidebar meals around Columbia
Sidebar Pop Ups by Pasta La Fata, held an event at Drinkraft Friday from 3 to 7 p.m., where the chef served lasagnas, salad, Italian cookies, and focaccia bread.
Jan 19 12:01AM Local News

No arrests made in 3 unrelated murders in Columbia, Callaway County
No arrests have been made in three unrelated murder cases in Columbia and surrounding areas in the last 12 days.
Jan 18 10:59PM Local News

City to host focus groups for strategic planning
Three final focus group sessions will be held next week to gather input from the community.
Jan 18 8:30PM Local News

Officers respond to shots fired Thursday
Officers arrived at the intersection at Sexton and Banks around 3:20 p.m., where they found shell casings in the intersection.
Jan 18 7:17PM Local News

House fire causes fatality Thursday night
The fire was sparked by a candle in the living room.
Jan 18 3:24PM Local News

UPDATE: Columbia braces for winter weather, MoDOT advises staying off roads
Another snowstorm is expected to come after the rain Friday, and the Missouri Department of Transportation encouraged drivers to stay off the road.
Jan 18 12:17AM Local News

Columbia businesses offer assistance to federal employees amid shutdown
The Salvation Army's food bank, Lucky's Market and Lizzi and Rocco's Natural Pet Market are offering aid to federal employees.
Jan 17 9:54PM Local News

Columbia celebrates Martin Luther King, community awareness at annual breakfast
Throughout the ceremony, performances from different community groups displayed what diversity meant to them.
Jan 17 7:30PM Local News

Best-selling author to speak at Solidarity Rally with focus on democracy
Frances Moore Lapp, the author of 19 books, will be the keynote speaker at the Solidarity Rally Saturday.
Jan 17 4:24PM Local News

City receives complaints of uncleared snow on sidewalks
Columbia has received many complaints about uncleared sidewalks, but says it's usually tenants or owners who are responsible for clearing them.
Jan 17 4:21PM Local News

Columbia police looking into homicide's possible tie to death of Ahmonta Harris
Columbia Police Department spokesman Jeff Pitts said investigators currently have no idea of any connection between the two men.
Jan 17 3:15PM Local News

National Weather Service warns of overnight ice accumulation
Columbia Public Schools is monitoring the weather with the goal of announcing any changes before 6 a.m., district spokeswoman Michelle Baumstark said.
Jan 17 12:53AM Local News

Public testing begins of six new downtown street lights
The new street light project aims to better light the city's center and prevent crime in the area.
Jan 17 12:15AM Local News

Columbia warns forecast storm could affect travel, power
Potential winter weather combined with the past weekend's storm could affect travel, power and some city services.
Jan 16 11:45PM Local News