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Jefferson City arson suspect charged

Jefferson City cops find an arson suspect.   31-year-old James Stude is charged with first-degree arson. The fire Stude is ...Read More

Woman uses “Right-to-Farm” as defense for pot growing operation

(AP) - A Missouri judge has ruled that a right-to-farm constitutional amendment doesn't protect a woman who allegedly grew marijuana ...Read More

Boone County hires two for emergency positions

Boone County, once again, has a new 911 Director. Chad Martin is a Captain with the Sheriff’s Department, and has ...Read More

“Evil man” Nunley executed

(Missourinet) The book has been closed on a quarter-century old murder case with the execution of the second killer involved. ...Read More

Police name Peachtree shooting suspect

Columbia Police now know who they’re looking for, after two people were shot near a south side bar over the ...Read More



Mizanskey wants work, marijuana reform

What’s next for Jeff Mizanskey, the man who walked out of a Jefferson City prison Tuesday after serving 21 years on non-violent marijuana charges? Governor Nixon commuted the “without parole” part of Mizanskey’s life sentence in May. That parole was ...Read More

Police search for Robinson’s robber

Columbia Police are looking for the man that stole from a couple Robinson's Cleaners locations.     They say the suspect in the posted surveillance pictures pried open the coin receptacles on a couple machines at the Trimble Road location ...Read More

Business Loop 70 board reviewing options

Members of Columbia’s Business Loop 70 Community Improvement District are researching what to do next, after voting this week not to pursue a half-cent sales tax hike. A drawing error meant the district included just one voter, who would have ...Read More

Giant spoon raising hunger awareness

You’ll notice something very different if you drive by the Food Bank office on Columbia's Vandiver Drive…a giant orange spoon. It’s part of efforts to raise awareness during National Hunger Action Month. Learn more about "Spoontember" here.

Russellville Drive Inn closed after employees get sick

Cole County health officials have closed the Russellville Drive Inn Restaurant. Four employees of the restaurant came down sick Saturday night with symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. Inspectors paid an unannounced visit to the restaurant on Monday and cited it ...Read More