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GRAPHIC: Retracing the Hitt Street Garage shooting

A man suspected in an attempted robbery was shot and killed by a police officer sometime around 11 p.m Wednesday night in Hitt Street Garage. Earlier that day, the suspect hid in a woman’s car and held her at gunpoint outside Moser’s Supermarket, 900 N. Keene St. The suspect is believed to be 51-year-old Mark W. Adair.

GRAPHIC: IBM by the numbers

IBM promised 800 jobs by the end of 2012, but by 2014, those numbers just didn't add up.

Manchester Heights sewer problem to be fixed

Property owners in the Manchester Heights neighborhood will have to ante up hundreds of thousands of dollars to fix a sewer problem that’s polluting a tributary of Hominy Branch. A loan from Boone County will allow homeowners to repay the cost over time.

How much sugar are you drinking?

A recent report released by the United States Department of Agriculture says that added sugars can lead to heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Sixteen ounce drinks can range from having 36 to 72 grams of sugar.

GRAPHIC: Body recovered in Columbia creek

A 47-year-old man’s body was found Sunday under the Blackfoot Road bridge over Bear Creek. The man had told family members he was going hunting for arrowheads.

GRAPHIC: The 911 center conducted multiple "pings" on the Fennewald's phone

The 911 center’s attempts to locate the call, called “pings,” provided locations far from where Fennewald was found.

GRAPHIC: Helicopters found the Fennewald along Cedar Creek

A half a mile south of Rutherford Bridge on Cedar Creek, helicopters found Randy Fennewald, who had fallen off a bluff while hiking. His jeep was found a fourth mile away on Route 354.

GRAPHIC: 911 tracked a call to a location far from where Fennewald fell

A muffled call from Randy Fennewald revealed he had fallen off a bluff along Cedar Creek, but the 911 center’s attempts to track the phone call led to Turkey Creek in the Three Creeks Conservation Area, about 5 miles from where he was later found.

Gender-neutral living spaces at MU

Gender-neutral housing will be available in MU’s College Avenue Hall. Gateway Hall will have community-style rooms and unisex bathrooms accessible from the hallway. The bathrooms will have a common sink area available to all students and private toilet and shower rooms with full-height walls and full-height lockable doors. In other community-style bathrooms, such as in Laws Hall, toilets and showers are in separate areas.

MU School of Fine Arts receives endowment

The MU School of Fine Arts received a $10 million endowment. The endowment will be used to help fund a new School of Music building on the northest corner of Hitt Street and University Avenue. Currently, the Music, Theatre and Art departments are all located in the Fine Arts Building.

The basics of scholastic wrestling

GRAPHIC: River explorer to speak on Saturday

Missouri River Relief sponsored “Peeled Faces on the Amazon,” a film about West Hansen, a river explorer, and his trip down the Amazon. He recently also traveled the Volga River in Russia.

GRAPHIC: River explorer to speak Saturday at Columbia independent school

West Hansen will speak at the screening of the documentary, "Peeled Faces on the Amazon -- the Story of the Amazon Express," about his voyage down the Amazon River. It is sponsored by the Missouri River Relief.

Kennett elected to Boone Hospital Center Board of Trustees

Jerry Kennett won the race against Robert Doroghazi to be elected to the Boone Hospital Center Board of trustees on Tuesday.

Ruffin wins first ward

First Ward candidate Clyde Ruffin beat eight candidates* for a seat on the City Council on Tuesday with 24.26% of the vote. The First Ward, which encompasses downtown Columbia and part of the Business Loop area, had the most candidates in the election.

Proposition 2 voting results

Voters approved a measure proposing 25 percent rate increases in monthly stormwater bills over each of the next five fiscal years. The money raised by the measure will pay for $50 million to $100 million in upgrades to the city storm sewers.

Proposition 1 voting results

Voters approved a $63.1 million bond issue to pay for electric utility projects, including $36.15 million for new 161-kilovolt electric lines in southwest Columbia.

Proposition 1 voting results

Voters approved a $63.1 million bond issue to pay for electric utility projects, including $36.15 million for new 161-kilovolt electric lines in southwest Columbia.

Sixth Ward election results

Betsy Peters will represent the Sixth Ward on the City Council. She defeated her opponent, Ryan Euliss, by 35 votes.

Sixth Ward election results

Betsy Peters will represent the Sixth Ward on the City Council. She defeated her opponent, Ryan Euliss, by 35 votes.
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