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Crime

Citizens' Police Review Board to hear first complaint

A California marijuana activist filed the first complaint with the Citizens' Police Review Board. It will be considered by the board at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Police department arrests second shooting suspect

The Columbia Police Department arrested a second suspect in connection with the rash of shootings that occurred last week.

 

 

Columbia Fire Department receives Hazmat training grant

The department was awarded $40,000 for training enhancements.

Two men face dogfighting charges after Missouri raid

Seven adult pit bulls and eight puppies were rescued in Southwest Missouri.

4-year-old girl is found and returned to her family

Missouri DARE program drums up interest with flashy cars

The annual Missouri DARE Officers Association hosted a car display Wednesday night. The officers showed patrol cars and "tricked out" vehicles before getting rained out.

UPDATE: Missing girl found

Alisa Maier was cleared by a St. Louis hospital this morning and was able to leave with her parents.

FBI assists in abduction case of Missouri girl

The 4-year-old girl was taken from her home Monday night, as she played outside with her brother.

Boone County Sheriff's Department records 9 DWI arrests over holiday weekend

The arrests were a result of the "You Drink & Drive. You Lose" campaign.

May-Rainey pleads guilty to 5 felony charges

Courtney May-Rainey was sentenced to three years for each charge, which will be served concurrently.

People For A Taser-Free Columbia adds signatures to petition

More than 900 additional signatures were added Tuesday to the petition that would ban Taser use in Columbia. The petition had been 494 signatures short of being presented to the City Council.

Gregory W. Morton sentenced to 19 years in prison

Man arrested in KC connected to Columbia shooting

The FBI Fugitive Task Force in Kansas City arrested Marquez Lawhorn for first degree assault in relation with the July 1 shooting near Stanford Avenue and Ash Street.

Missouri jurors will wait while their honesty is checked

Starting in January, judges will have to give attorneys a chance to research claims made by jurors.

Downtown police force becoming data-driven

The downtown police force is using data from MU and a Wisconsin police department to guide its operations.

Anthropologist to examine recovered remains

Goshen Church in Hartsburg near recovery from vandalism

Members of Goshen Primitive Baptist Church in Hartsburg are nearly finished repairing the tombstones damaged by vandals June 26-27.

Body likely belonged to man missing since May, examiner says

A medical examiner said the body, suspected to be Edward Acosta's, suffered injuries consistent with a fall.

UPDATE: Columbia police recover skeletal remains from bottom of bluffs

A hiker discovered the remains of a body Friday night. Items belonging to Edward Acosta, who was reported missing on May 30, were found near the body. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.

Missouri transportation agency warns of paving scams

The Department of Transportation warns Missourians of driveway paving scams.

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