This Friday and Saturday, locations around Boone County will be taking unused, unwanted or expired prescription drugs for proper disposal.
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Maj. Tom Reddin of the sheriff's department, warned that any call claiming to be from the department asking for bank or credit card information is a scam.
According to a recent report, Jackson County lost track of 439 of its 2,125 total registered sex offenders. In contrast, Boone County lost track of eight out of 325.
The legislation would establish tiers of severity and procedures so convicted offenders could petition for removal after certain milestones are reached.
The Family Access Center of Excellence directs families to resources that can help kids with behavioral or mental health issues before problems become full-blown crises.
A Missourian analysis found 32 offenders living within 1,000 feet of a school or day care in Columbia. Only one is in violation of state residency restrictions.
In an effort to keep Missouri children safe, lawmakers have enacted half a dozen laws over the past decade that restrict the rights of convict…
Local solutions like the Columbia Prescription Drug Take Back provide ways to dispose of unwanted, unneeded and expired drugs in the city or in your own home.
The Prescription Drug Take Back event broke a personal record last week after collecting nearly 1,000 pounds of unwanted and unused prescription medications.
Law enforcement agencies in Columbia say they don't send sexual assault evidence "kits" in for testing when a survivor doesn't want to pursue charges. But state and national advocates say testing DNA evidence gathered from victims and linking crimes could help police catch more sex offenders. It's happened in other cities and states.