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Columbia woman charged with robbery arrested while visiting jail
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Boone County deputies made a second arrest in connection with a robbery that happened in July after a woman showed up at the Boone County Jail to visit an inmate. Teirra McClain, 22, of Columbia, was booked into the Boone County Jail ...

Shots fired in 1800 block of McKee Street
Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia police found two shell casings in the 1800 block of McKee Street on Thursday night when they investigated reported sounds of gunshots. Police declined to comment further citing an ongoing investigation, but the call came less than a week after ...

Cougars continue winning ways over St. Louis College of Pharmacy
Columbia Missourian
The most exciting moment in Friday's game between Columbia College and St. Louis College of Pharmacy wasn't a goal by the home team. In the 21st minute of what ended an 8-1 victory for the Cougars, St. Louis College of Pharmacy freshman forward ...

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Columbia Daily Tribune
University of Missouri's Thompson Center expands to strengthen autism research
Columbia Daily Tribune
Executive Director Stephen Kanne stands in a testing room in the new research and training building at the University of Missouri's Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. The new facility separates research and training space from ...

Missouri coop linemen return from Hurricane Irma aftermath in Florida, Georgia
Columbia Daily Tribune
Missouri electric cooperative said in a news release all the linemen sent to help restore power in the wake of Hurricane Irma have returned from Florida and Georgia. Twenty-two systems sent 133 linemen to assist SECO Energy in Florida and Flint ...

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