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For over a year the city has been talking about the new COMO Connect bus system that will be changing public transportation in Columbia, and it's finally time for customers to hop on board and try it out.
William J. Morrow, 27, was driving south on state Route 23 near the intersection of state Route D when his vehicle struck a deer and traveled off the road down a steep embankment, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report.
Kaitlyn Bullard hopes to become a public defender so she can represent clients she believes do not have easy access to the justice system.
A man was sentenced to 20 years for robbing a Dollar General store in south Columbia the day before New Year's Eve in 2013.
Bucket Calf grand champion Kaylie Ensor, left, 8, of Centralia, looks on as runner-up reserve champion Zach Schnarre of Centralia observes her cow during a competition Monday night at the Boone County Fair.
El Maguey Restaurant at 21 Conley Road in Columbia sustained minor damage when a car driven by a 15-year-old girl crashed into it.
University Village apartments to be demolished This week, the University Village apartment complex in Columbia, Missouri will be demolished.
Developers clearing land in Columbia will now be required to use devices known as air curtain destructors when performing open burns.
According to a Columbia Police Department news release, officers were responding to a robbery at Fast Lane 66, a gas station at 2116 Paris Road, early Monday when they noticed a gray Chevrolet that matched the description of the vehicle believed to be used in the Saturday robbery of the Super 8 Motel at Clark Lane, a few blocks away.
The question continues to fester at the front gates of Planned Parenthood clinics across the county.
A 46-year-old man avoided major injuries after being shot at early Monday morning in the 5500 block of Rocky Fork Drive in the Clearview subdivision north of Columbia.
Soulard's historic Soulard Farmers' Market has its roots way back in 1779 when farmers would gather in the area to sell and trade their wares.
The Columbia Fire Department removes an SUV from a detached gas pump after an accident in the middle of a Phillips 66 on Paris Road on Saturday.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 05:46 am
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