James Kraig Kahler's brother and father told the Osage County District Court on Thursday afternoon that Kraig Kahler said he "might go out in a blaze of glory" and that he had "terrible thoughts."
Sunny Reese talked about how Kraig Kahler became increasingly agitated about the romantic relationship between Reese and Karen Kahler, especially when they made it clear he couldn't become part of it.
Defense attorney Tom Haney showed that Kraig Kahler never took the clonazepam pills he'd been prescribed for seizures and panic attacks, laying the groundwork for the argument that his client was mentally unstable at the time of the crime.
The fiscal 2012 budget proposed by City Manager Mike Matthes calls for giving most employees a raise of 25 cents per hour. Union representatives say it's a step in the right direction.
Karen Kahler's divorce attorney, Dan Pingelton, said his client's husband had "introduced Sunny (Reese) sexually" to the couple, wanting to add another partner to his marriage.
Most of the prosecution’s witnesses Tuesday afternoon were law enforcement officers who took part in the cleanup and evidence collection effort after the shootings.
The issue was prompted by complaints about the regular street closings for the 9th Street Summerfest concert series.
Sean Kahler, 12, was calm and collected as he spoke about the Nov. 28, 2009, shootings. He is the only living witness to the shootings of his mother, sisters and great-grandmother.
Three Columbia commissions presented their recommendations on budgets for the next fiscal year.
The first public hearing on the new city budget plan will start at 6 p.m. Monday in the council chambers, 701 E. Broadway.
Sean Kahler is expected to testify on Monday in the capital murder trial of his father, former Columbia Water and Light director James Kraig Kahler.
The 15 men and women selected for the jury in the trial of former Columbia Water and Light director James Kraig Kahler will begin hearing witness testimony Monday morning.
The council will review changes to the ordinance on street closings and will consider a proposition to wait to enact these changes for 60 days.
Members of Columbia Audubon Society voted 29-19 to allow the Scott's Branch Trail to be built through the society's property, but there are several conditions.
City Manager Mike Matthes said during a coffee session that the city's bus system, which has been running a deficit, would use up its fund next year.
Copies of the poster can be purchased for $15 at Deck the Walls in the Columbia Mall and the city's Office of Cultural Affairs. Proceeds from the poster sales will go to various arts agencies in town.
The city will host three sessions for bowhunters to obtain permits and go through an orientation.
The Federal Transit Administration teamed up with the Missouri Public Transit Association to present The Federal Transit Administration Region 7 Award of Excellence.
Paula Hertwig Hopkins will vacate her position because of budget cuts, and existing city employees will fulfill her duties after assuming new titles.
The Boone County Fairgrounds has been losing money and is in need of a new management structure. The fair board and the county commission agree on that, but what's next for the fairgrounds remains to be seen.