Missouri drivers will see increased traffic enforcement throughout the summer as a part of the statewide Heat is On campaign.
A Kansas judge denied James Kahler's lawyers' requests to dismiss the case against him because of documents seized by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. However, the judge is not allowing the state to use the documents as evidence in the case where Kahler is charged with a single count of capital murder.
Police arrested three teenagers, saying they stole pizza and cinnamon sticks from a Domino's Pizza delivery driver early Tuesday morning.
Opening statements and testimony in Tausha Fields' trial began Monday. Fields is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action stemming from the death of her former husband.
The Missouri Attorney General's Office filed another brief arguing against a new trial for Ryan Ferguson.
A lengthy jury selection took place on Monday for the trial of Tausha L. Fields, who is charged with the first-degree murder of Mitchell Kemp.
The home burglaries took place on Stanton Drive and Forest Glenn Drive.
Columbia police arrested Joseph Edward Dudziak yesterday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old female.
Terin Humphrey competed in the 2004 Olympics and looked for a non-sedentary occupation to fulfill her penchant to move.
The new law allows for a felony charge against a violent sexual predator who knowingly causes mental health workers to be in contact with various bodily fluids.
A bank robbery occurred on Friday in north Columbia, and police are still looking for a suspect.
DWI satuaration patrols will continue until early Saturday morning.
Cathy Gieseker pleaded guilty Wednesday in Warren County to a felony stealing count and four felony counts of filing false statements with the state Department of Agriculture.
Columbia police are looking for a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with Missouri license plate 9CB675.
Joshua D. Wright was ordered to complete a rehabilitation program and an anger management class.
Lathaniel Johnson, 24, was arrested Friday morning in two separate incidents.
During Wednesday night's Citizens Police Review Board meeting, Burton reiterated the changes he's made to the department's SWAT team and to the use of search warrants.
The decision regarding cameras downtown is in the hands of the police chief.
There have been 19 reports of counterfeit bills at Columbia businesses since the beginning of 2010.