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SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Adolescent Health Needs Assessment

The Adolescent Health Needs Assessment through the Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services show mental and physical health trends among Columbia's youth.


SHOW ME THE RECORD: The state of Missouri's well-being

The data here break down each state's happiness into six categories: life evaluation, mental health, physical health, healthy behavior, work environment and basic access.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Local weather warning systems

The 2012 Local Warning Systems Consolidated Report lists providers of weather warning systems, their websites and user fees, if applicable.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: The new Comprehensive Plan updates

Columbia residents can find out the latest updates about the process of the city's new comprehensive plan, Columbia Imagined.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Traffic accidents involving deer analyzed

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has analysis of accidents involving deer between 2002 and 2010.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Missouri public school dropout rates available online

The data compares the dropout rate in specific school districts including student demographics and compares them to Missouri averages.


SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Proposed changes to Columbia animal control ordinance

City website shows proposed changes to animal control ordinance. 

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: High school graduates report available

The Missouri Department of Higher Education annually reports data that includes grade point averages and percentages of high school graduates returning to college after the first and second semester.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Nursing home inspections help with evaluations of sites

Nursing homes are inspected by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, and you'll want to check their inspection record before turning a loved one over to a caregiver.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: MU Campus Climate survey shows sexual harassment, hate crime, hate incidents

The MU Campus Climate research from past years reveals how many members of the MU community have witnessed and experienced sexual harassment, hate crimes and hate incidents on campus.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Missouri Traffic Crash Reports

Missouri traffic crash reports are posted online at the Missouri State Highway Patrol's website and available there for 29 days.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Missouri vehicle stops recorded by category

The Attorney General collects an annual record from law enforcement to document the race of each driver stopped in Missouri.


SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Columbia's annual renewable energy report available

The city gives annual reports on renewable energy generated. The information is broken down into categories.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Columbia's annual water quality report available

The city provides annual reports on drinking water quality.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Preschool database available through Education Department

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education maintains an electronic database of preschool programs.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Daycare database

Information about daycare services and inspection results can be found through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Missouri Military Records

The records of Missouri soldiers who served between 1812 and WW I are available online through the secretary of state's website. 

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: FBI statistics compare law enforcement officers to population

The FBI's records of the number of police officers, civilian employees and the total number of law enforcement employees  in Missouri cities is compared to the populations of those cities.


SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Academic Progress Rate

Academic Progress Rate is an NCAA tool that measures the success of a program moving its athletes toward graduation. It takes into account academic eligibility and retention — whether the athletes stay in schoo

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Missouri politicians’ top campaign contributors is a watchdog website that helps to keep politicians in check, and that includes your local representative in Congress or Missouri’s two senators, Roy Blunt and Claire McCaskill.