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10 hrs ago | Missourian
Cars honked at the procession as they drove by. In response, Jeff Frey, who was carrying a green flag that bore a peace sign, held his index and middle finger in the air, the international symbol for peace.
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11 hrs ago | Missourian
Local workers and Missouri Public Utility Alliance support crews have been working to restore power to Columbia residents after heavy storms Monday.
15 hrs ago | KMIZ
If you have spoiled food following Monday night's storms and subsequent power outages, you're in luck.
A Columbia, Mo. Red Lobster server went above and beyond her duty recently, picking up the tab for a widow celebrating her wedding anniversary with her daughter.
They talk about her witty sense of humor and her Southern cooking. They call her strong, wise, phenomenal and loving.
Martin Siddall said Crime Stoppers has gotten fewer tips in the last few years despite offering cash rewards.
Scott McDonald holds hands with Gina Drapela during a scene in Act I of "Is He Dead?" at the Rhynsburger Theatre on Monday.
Mike Collins unloads broken branches from his Chevy Silverado on Wednesday. Hundreds of people visited the Capen Park Mulch Site following a storm that snapped trees and left thousands without power.
City utility employees now may work twice as many hours thanks to an emergency declaration from City Manager Mike Matthes in wake of a Monday night storm that tore through Columbia.
Columbia police are asking for help locating a man believed to be involved in a shooting that occurred July 3 at Garth Avenue and Oak Street.
Crimestoppers is offering a record $2,000 reward in July for credible information relating to a recent series of gunfire incidents in Columbia and Boone County.
Russell Newton looks at the damage in the bedroom ceiling of his home on Crestland Avenue on Wednesday.
Mrs. Baker was born February 8, 1921, in Warsaw, Missouri, to Samuel Richard and Leitha Haden Estes.
Tuesday marked the first full day drivers could not cross the Route WW Hominy Branch bridge, which is closed for construction.
Donna Simmons stood by the side of her house Tuesday morning with her dog, Fefe, assessing the damage from the powerful storms that hit Columbia on Monday night.
In conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Operation Cross Country VII, Columbia police officers arrested five individuals June 19 for promoting child prostitution.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 07:05 pm
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