Mike Trapp stepped down from the Second Ward seat after nine years on the council.
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Columbia Missourian - Evening Update
Evening Update


Thank you for ending your day with the Missourian. Here is a recap of the latest news today.

Waner sworn into Second Ward City Council seat

Mike Trapp stepped down from the Second Ward seat after nine years on the council.

Council votes to purchase Ameren property in North Village Arts District

Columbia has long been interested in buying this 2-acre property for years.


House Ethics Committee calls for expulsion of lawmaker accused of abuse

Rep. Rick Roeber accused his children of a 'political hit' in accusing him of sexual abuse. Lawmakers found him not credible.

The Crossing lights up Columbia with donation to city for utility payments

The Crossing raised over $600,000 to help Columbia residents who are struggling to pay their utility bills. 

Lawmakers support plan to improve 'time-critical diagnosis' in Missouri

An Advisory Committee would look at developing protocols and would evaluate local  time-critical diagnosis plans.


House votes to remove residency requirements for police

Supports say it will help recruitment of police. Opponents say citizens benefit from officers who know their neighborhoods.

COVID-19 cases remain around 100 in Boone County

With 96 active cases reported Monday evening, Boone County's case count continues its two-week trend of about 100 cases.

CPD, MU School of Law cancel discussion on policing, Chauvin trial

Attendees will be able to ask questions to the panel, which includes representatives from CPD and the MU School of Law.


Tracking COVID-19 in Missouri

View the latest state count broken down by county and number of new cases by day. Read more

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