Proposition 1, which calls for a property tax to pay for additional police, is intended to give officers time to engage with the public.
A missing persons support group is reminding hunters that under that pile of abandoned clothing could be human bones or something that could solve a heart-wrenching mystery.
The Columbia Police Department is seeking witnesses to an accident that took place Monday night on Range Line Street, which left one pedestrian dead and another hospitalized.
One woman was hospitalized with the injuries she suffered from the shooting.
Officers found a cartridge casing near several popular bars on Broadway on Sunday morning.
A 62-year-old woman was found dead near a gravel road west of Pilot Grove on Saturday.
The incident happened in the 1000 block of East Broadway around 1:22 a.m. Sunday morning.
The assailant took a man's wallet and ran east.
The arrest came after police served a search warrant Friday afternoon at a northeast Columbia home.
Police arrested Anthony Lamarr Shegog on Monday afternoon shortly after Walter Lige was found unconscious.
Police do not have any leads on the suspects at this time. No injuries were reported.
Only one more case connected to Marshall's death remains open.
A sexual assault was reported at Schurz Residence Hall late Oct. 2 or in the early morning of Oct. 3. This is the second report of sexual assault at MU since Thursday.
Columbia resident William Harper was arrested after being released from the hospital, where he was treated for a bullet wound.
Saturday's shooting, which left one injured and two in custody, is the latest in a series of criminal issues at Aspen Heights apartment complex. Since January 2014, there have been 326 calls placed to Columbia police from the complex.
Three men escaped with a pair of diamond stud earrings valued at $20,000 after a "small scuffle" ensued, according to the store's owner.
Keiser Witte has been charged with two felony counts of arson. He admitted to setting a fire in Hawthorn Hall on Saturday and other small fires there earlier.
With six remaining defendants who are either current or former Columbia Police Department employees, the city's bill in the case will rise.
Columbia police said people in two cars parked next to each other in the 1600 block of Hanover Boulevard started fighting and shots were fired. The SUV sped away from the scene.
The swimmer is suspected of setting Saturday's fire, as well as one in January.