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  • Construction adds complexity for people with a physical disability at MUConstruction adds complexity for people with a physical disability at MU

    Where accessibility is concerned, campus is a work in progress. Part of the challenge is the age of some MU buildings. But creative solutions are often right around the corner.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 57 min. ago
  • Freddie Hawkins, 1936-2018 - Columbia Daily TribuneFreddie Hawkins, 1936-2018 - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Freddie Hawkins, 1936-2018Columbia Daily TribuneFreddie Hawkins, 81, of Columbia, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 at the University of Missouri Hospital and Clinics in Columbia. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, Jan. 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, with a ...

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  • Slow state tax refunds in Missouri needs to change - Columbia Daily TribuneSlow state tax refunds in Missouri needs to change - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Slow state tax refunds in Missouri needs to changeColumbia Daily TribuneMissouri Auditor Nicole Galloway recently released an audit of income tax refund processing by the state. That audit showed multiple reasons for concern. Both Galloway and Gov. Eric Greitens have engaged in political fisticuffs over the audit. Galloway ...

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  • Columbia questions the reality of King's dream at 46th memorial celebrationColumbia questions the reality of King's dream at 46th memorial celebration

    Monday night's celebration at St. Paul A.M.E. Church drew dozens of people to remember the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 8 h. 57 min. ago
  • School of Metaphysics revives King's message to end cycles of violenceSchool of Metaphysics revives King's message to end cycles of violence

    The school held a discussion in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which focused on excerpts from King's famous speeches.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 9 h. 27 min. ago
  • NAACP observance of MLK Day inspires activismNAACP observance of MLK Day inspires activism

    The Rev. Donald Ray McNeal of St. Louis was the featured speaker at the annual celebration.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 13 h. 39 min. ago
  • Columbia Public Schools closed Tuesday in anticipation of coldColumbia Public Schools closed Tuesday in anticipation of cold

    Wind chills are expected to be as cold as 20 below zero.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 13 h. 59 min. ago
  •  States Join to Promote Civil Rights Tourism States Join to Promote Civil Rights Tourism

    States including Missouri are banding together to promote civil rights tourism across the region. Fourteen states including all of the Deep South are joining to promote the U.S. Civil Rights Trail. It's a tourism website and campaign that will highlight about 130 sites linked to the modern civil rights movement. The joint effort is being unveiled as part of the MLK holiday weekend. Individual Southern states have used such promotions for years. But Alabama tourism director Lee Sentell says the states have never before joined together in a single push to bolster civil rights tourism. Most states participating in the promotion are part of Travel South USA, which is funded by state tourism agencies. The organization has launched civilrightstrail.com and is placing advertisements to promote the trail. Saint Louis and Independence are the Missouri destinations.

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  • City Council to discuss community policing plan, Nifong and Forum improvementsCity Council to discuss community policing plan, Nifong and Forum improvements

    A proposed resolution would direct the city manager to develop a specific plan for putting community policing strategies in place.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 16 h. 42 min. ago
  • Two arrested after report of robbery in Hy-Vee lotTwo arrested after report of robbery in Hy-Vee lot

    A man reported he was robbed at gunpoint after getting into a vehicle.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 19 h. 56 min. ago
  • Man arrested in connection to armed robbery at Best BuyMan arrested in connection to armed robbery at Best Buy

    Erik Demetrek Colbert, 28, allegedly held a woman and her two children at gunpoint during the robbery Sunday evening.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 19 h. 57 min. ago
  • At Ragtag, MLK day discussion centers on immigrationAt Ragtag, MLK day discussion centers on immigration

    Ragtag Cinema and MU Division of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity partnered to present a free screening of "Harvest of Empire" and a panel discussion on Monday.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 21 h. 10 min. ago
  • Wind-chill advisory issued, but warmer weather is on the wayWind-chill advisory issued, but warmer weather is on the way

    The National Weather Service warned of wind chills as low as minus 20 overnight Tuesday but called for highs in the 40s and 50s later this week.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 21 h. 12 min. ago
  • Paul Pepper: Stephanie Shonekan and Brian Booton, MU Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Paul Pepper: Stephanie Shonekan and Brian Booton, "MU Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr."

    Today Paul Pepper visits with STEPHANIE SHONEKAN and BRIAN BOOTON, MLK Planning Committee Members, about two events celebrating the life and message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The first event, a free showing of the film "Harvest of Empire," is TODAY at Ragtag Cinema; the second event, a talk by activist and author Junot Díaz, is next Monday at Jesse Auditorium. Watch for details! January 15, 2018

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  • Annual Poor Man's Breakfast canceled; MLK memorial still scheduledAnnual Poor Man's Breakfast canceled; MLK memorial still scheduled

    Weather forced the cancellation of the 25th annual Poor Man's Breakfast, but other events observing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day remain scheduled.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 22 h. 25 min. ago
  • UPDATE: Police identify man arrested after armed robbery at Best Buy - ABC17News.comUPDATE: Police identify man arrested after armed robbery at Best Buy - ABC17News.com

    UPDATE: Police identify man arrested after armed robbery at Best BuyABC17News.comPolice said no one was injured during the robbery. Police said they found Colbert around 7 p.m. at Midway Budget Inn, after he stole a car at the motel. They said they took him into custody and he was later transferred to the Boone County Jail. Police ...and more »

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  • Traces in the Wind Plays The Gyder Stage For One Performance OnlyTraces in the Wind Plays The Gyder Stage For One Performance Only

    Traces in the Wind is a tribute to the strength and courage of three extraordinary women who survived the Holocaust through the power of the arts. This musical staged reading uncovers stories of betrayal, humiliation, and incarceration while asserting the spiritual resistance that the arts can provide.

    Columbia News / 1 d. 10 h. 55 min. ago
  • For black Americans, Trumpa s comment was an insult to their historiesFor black Americans, Trumpa s comment was an insult to their histories

    U.S. President Donald Trump speaks before signing a proclamation to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day during a event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House Jan. 12, 2018 in Washington, D.C. Technically - in its own crass way - it was a policy question. Specifically, President Donald Trump was asking why the U.S. should accept immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African nations instead of immigrants from wealthy Norway, according to reports of the president's remarks to congressional lawmakers at a Thursday meeting.

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  • MU curbs composting, recycling effortsMU curbs composting, recycling efforts

    The university's website makes claims about its composting and recycling programs that are no longer accurate.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 2 d. 0 h. 57 min. ago
  • Saturday shooting under investigationSaturday shooting under investigation

    The 34-year-old victim was taken to University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia for treatment of a non-life threatening wound.

    Columbia News / 2 d. 4 h. 35 min. ago
  • James Smith, 1928-2018 - Columbia Daily TribuneJames Smith, 1928-2018 - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Columbia Daily TribuneJames Smith, 1928-2018Columbia Daily TribuneJames Howard Smith, Sr., 89, of Columbia passed away Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, at University of Missouri Hospital. Friends will be received from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16 at the Parker-Millard Funeral Home. Home-going Celebration will be held at ...and more »

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  • Columbia police teach civilians how to defend themselves from active threatsColumbia police teach civilians how to defend themselves from active threats

    Sgt. Michael Hestir and Officer Jeff Forck taught attendees how to be observant and defend themselves while waiting for law enforcement to arrive.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 2 d. 13 h. 12 min. ago
  • Past promises dog sports parks decision - Columbia Daily TribunePast promises dog sports parks decision - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Past promises dog sports parks decisionColumbia Daily TribuneWhether promises made must be promises kept is at the heart of the debate over a proposed youth sports park at the site of the former Boone County fairgrounds. Columbia and Boone County officials along with a local not-for-profit organization for ...

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  • Greitens' political peril - Columbia Daily TribuneGreitens' political peril - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Columbia Daily TribuneGreitens' political perilColumbia Daily TribuneGov. Eric Greitens might survive the immediate impact of sexual blackmail allegations enveloping him, but his national hopes are disappearing and the lack of unqualified support even from fellow Republicans means he will be increasingly isolated if he ...Blackmail alleged as Governor Greitens admits to extramarital affairKMOV.comall 60 news articles »

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  • Missouri health officials say it's too early to tell if flu shot was less effectiveMissouri health officials say it's too early to tell if flu shot was less effective

    Despite a spike in flu cases over last year, the Boone County Department of Health says it's too early to tell how effective the flu shot is this year.

    ColumbiaMissourian.com / 3 d. 0 h. 57 min. ago
  • Jeanne Barnhill, 1948-2017 - Columbia Daily TribuneJeanne Barnhill, 1948-2017 - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Columbia Daily TribuneJeanne Barnhill, 1948-2017Columbia Daily TribuneAda Jeanne Barnhill, 69, passed peacefully Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017, at her home in Corpus Christi, Texas, in the company of friends. She had lived with cancer for over two years. In lieu of a service, please consider honoring Jeanne's memory by giving to ...and more »

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  • For black Americans, Trump's 'shithole' comment was an insult to their historiesFor black Americans, Trump's 'shithole' comment was an insult to their histories

    President Trump with Housing Secretary Ben Carson at a White House event Friday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. President Trump with Housing Secretary Ben Carson at a White House event Friday honoring the Rev.

    Columbia News / 3 d. 11 h. 16 min. ago
  • Open Records Lawsuit Against Missouri Senator Dismissed Open Records Lawsuit Against Missouri Senator Dismissed

    A lawsuit alleging that a Republican Missouri senator was violating the state's open records law has been dismissed. The Kansas City Star reports that a Cole County judge dismissed the lawsuit against Sen. Rob Schaaf of St. Joseph on Wednesday. The judge ruled that the judicial branch doesn't have jurisdiction over the case. The lawsuit was filed by a nonprofit, the Missouri Alliance for Freedom, which has ties to leaders in the state's Republican Party. The group wanted Schaaf to release records of his communications with staff and outside individuals. Schaaf refused and argued that the state's Sunshine Law doesn't apply to individual state representatives, senators or their staff. He says the lawsuit was an attempt to derail his legislative efforts to force political nonprofits to disclose their donors. The nonprofit's attorney says they're reviewing the decision.

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  • Missouri Governor Fighting for Political Life After AffairMissouri Governor Fighting for Political Life After Affair

    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens appears to be bracing for a fight to preserve his political life after admitting to an extramarital affair but denying anything more. Greitens met Thursday with Cabinet members and placed calls to rally support while his attorney issued firm denials to a smattering of allegations related to the affair. Among other things, Greitens' attorney is denying any violence, revealing photos or attempted blackmail. Republican political consultants say that for Greitens to survive politically, the facts must remain as he initially said — that he had an affair but nothing more. At least two Democratic lawmakers have called upon Greitens to resign. But Republican officeholders have generally been more measured with their responses so far. Many have said they want to first see all the facts.

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  • Arrests made in Eastwood Drive shooting - Columbia Daily TribuneArrests made in Eastwood Drive shooting - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Columbia Daily TribuneArrests made in Eastwood Drive shootingColumbia Daily TribuneTwo people were in the Boone County Jail on Friday in connection with an early Thursday shooting that hospitalized a woman with what police called life-threatening injuries. Detectives arrested Jasmine A.D. Ford, 24, and Barry R. Brown II, 31, both of ...and more »

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  • Paul Pepper: Lynn Rossy, The Center for Mindful Eating, Mindful Eating Day 2018Paul Pepper: Lynn Rossy, The Center for Mindful Eating, "Mindful Eating Day 2018"

    Today Paul Pepper visits with LYNN ROSSY, Health Psychologist, about the 4th annual Mindful Eating Day! The theme this year is 'compassionate self-care to promote health and well-being', and you're invited to watch via two live broadcasts featuring interviews with knowledgeable practitioners. It all happens on January 25th. Watch for details! January 12, 2018

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  • Hair Braiders Lose Appeal of Missouri Licensing RequirementsHair Braiders Lose Appeal of Missouri Licensing Requirements

    Hair braiders in Missouri have lost an appeal over a state requirement that they must be licensed like barbers and cosmetologists. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday affirmed a lower court ruling in St. Louis that upheld the Missouri law.

    KBIA / 3 d. 23 h. 2 min. ago
  • Man Sentenced to Death for Killing 10-year-old Springfield GirlMan Sentenced to Death for Killing 10-year-old Springfield Girl

    A former middle-school football coach convicted of abducting and killing a 10-year-old Missouri girl has been sentenced to death. Circuit Judge Thomas Mountjoy sentenced 49-year-old Craig Wood on Thursday for the February 2014 death of Hailey Owens. Woods was convicted of first-degree murder in November but the jury couldn't decide whether to sentence him to death or life in prison without parole.

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  • Another weather advisory hits mid-MissouriAnother weather advisory hits mid-Missouri

    This is at least the third weather-related advisory to hit mid-Missouri in the past month, making Wednesday's warm temperatures a thing of the past. "One day it's cold, the next minute it's hot," Columbia motorist Cedric said.

    Columbia News / 4 d. 5 h. 40 min. ago
  • Columbia Honors Leaders in Diversity EffortsColumbia Honors Leaders in Diversity Efforts

    Lincoln University interim President Mike Middleton grew up in a segregated Mississippi. He lived through the lynching of Emmett Till, the Brown v. Board of Education decision and the March on Washington. “Until you’ve lived with the segregated drinking fountains and bathrooms and the daily marginalization in every aspect of life — the way you see your parents and yourself being treated with no logical explanation except racism and the way you see your community disadvantaged by that kind of white supremacist mentality — you don’t know.” Middleton said. “It’s hard to read it in a book and get a complete understanding of what that does to a community and to our country.” Middleton was among 11 other individuals and seven groups nominated for the 2018 Columbia Values Diversity Awards. The city held a celebration Monday, Jan. 11 recognizing the work individuals and groups played toward creating a more inclusive and diverse community. Keynote speaker Kevin Powell said more education on

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  • Global Journalist: Columnist Pitts speaks out on race, TrumpGlobal Journalist: Columnist Pitts speaks out on race, Trump

    On this special edition of Global Journalist, we take a step back from international news to hear from Leonard Pitts Jr., a Pulitzer-winning syndicated columnist for the Miami Herald. Pitts is well-known liberal critiques of the Trump administration as well as his columns covering race, gay rights, religion and other cultural issues. His column on Sept. 12, 2001 called “We’ll Go Forward From This Moment,” is particularly well-known for directly addressing the perpetrators of the Sept. 11 attacks. In addition to the Pulitzer, Pitts has won numerous journalism awards from groups like the National Association of Black Journalists and the Society for Professional Journalists - and most recently a 2017 honor medal from the Missouri School of Journalism.

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  • Updated UPDATE: Police identify person of interest in Eastwood Drive shootingUpdated UPDATE: Police identify person of interest in Eastwood Drive shooting

    UPDATE 11:30 am: Columbia police confirmed they have identified a person of interest in the shooting but the investigation is on-going. Police ask if anyone knows information about the shooting to call the police department at 874-7652 or CrimeStoppers at 875-TIPS.

    Columbia News / 4 d. 17 h. 19 min. ago
  • Weather-related announcements for Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018Weather-related announcements for Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018

    Due to the potential for inclement weather Thursday afternoon, the following Mid-Missouri schools and organizations are announcing changes in their schedules. Columbia College: Main campus will close at noon Thursday.

    Columbia News / 4 d. 19 h. 51 min. ago
  • Paul Pepper: Mar Doering, All Paws Medical and Behavioral Center, Getting to Know Your DogPaul Pepper: Mar Doering, All Paws Medical and Behavioral Center, "Getting to Know Your Dog"

    Today Paul Pepper visits with DR. MAR DOERING, DVM, All Paws Medical and Behavioral Center, about getting to know your dog. Find that little something that the two of you enjoy doing, and your pooch will be set for the day! This is because every dog has a unique "something." When you find out what that is, your bond will be stronger than ever! January 11, 2018

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  • MU Campus to Close at Noon Thursday as a Precaution for Winter WeatherMU Campus to Close at Noon Thursday as a Precaution for Winter Weather

    The University of Missouri announced this morning a full closure of the Columbia campus beginning at noon today, in anticipation of rain followed quickly by a drop to freezing temperatures today. The school says only employees who are situationally critical should report to work. All MU Health Care hospitals will stay open, and the Veterinary Health Center and Equine Center, will remain open for emergencies.

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  • Columbia Public Schools to Dismiss Students Early Thursday in Preparation for Icy ConditionsColumbia Public Schools to Dismiss Students Early Thursday in Preparation for Icy Conditions

    Worries of icy conditions tomorrow evening mean students of Columbia Public Schools and their parents are in for a slight change in routine. Late this afternoon, Columbia Public Schools informed community members over text message and email that all schools in the district will be closing two and a half hours earlier than usual for safety reasons tomorrow . Forecasts for Thursday call for rain most of the day, then a sudden drop below freezing, leading to concerns about ice buildup on roads and sidewalks.

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  • Views of the News: The Buzz Builds Around 'Fire and Fury'Views of the News: The Buzz Builds Around 'Fire and Fury'

    What happens when the president’s attorney’s try to block the publication of a White House tell-all? Sales go through the roof, of course… and buzz on television and radio gets louder and louder, quite literally. Where Wolff’s reporting techniques sound? Did the president’s surrogates hurt argument that anecdotes weren’t accurate? Also, how rumors of Oprah Winfrey’s 2020 presidential run made news, why the BBC’s China editor resigned her post, and a new publisher at the Columbia Daily Tribune. From the Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Mike McKean: Views of the News.

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  • Watch Julien Baker's Powerful Tiny Desk ConcertWatch Julien Baker's Powerful Tiny Desk Concert

    Not that many people get invited back to do a second installment of NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts series, but Julien Baker is one of the elite few. Baker did her first Tiny Desk Concert in 2016, when she was touring behind her shattering debut album Sprained Ankle .

    Columbia News / 5 d. 19 h. 31 min. ago
  • QB Lock to Return to MU for Senior SeasonQB Lock to Return to MU for Senior Season

    Missouri fans can breathe easy — their quarterback is coming back. Junior Drew Lock has decided to hold off on entering the NFL Draft for another year and will return to Missouri for a senior season in 2018, the school announced Tuesday evening.

    KBIA / 5 d. 19 h. 36 min. ago
  • Youth Advisory Council to discuss "Vision Zero Policy" aimed at eliminating traffic deathsYouth Advisory Council to discuss "Vision Zero Policy" aimed at eliminating traffic deaths

    Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers helpd COlumbia police investigate the death of a pedestrian hit by a car on ABC Lane this summer. Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers helpd COlumbia police investigate the death of a pedestrian hit by a car on ABC Lane this summer.

    Columbia News / 6 d. 2 h. 53 min. ago
  • David Bradley, 1947-2018 - Columbia Daily TribuneDavid Bradley, 1947-2018 - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Columbia Daily TribuneDavid Bradley, 1947-2018Columbia Daily TribuneA visitation at 10:00 a.m. and a celebration of life at 11:00 a.m. will be held at Compass Evangelical Free Church at 600 Silvey Rd, Columbia on Saturday Jan. 13. He was born on Feb. 5, 1947 in Quincy, Ill. to Melvin and Nina Bradley. Raised in ...

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  • Anthony Warren, 1987-2018 - Columbia Daily TribuneAnthony Warren, 1987-2018 - Columbia Daily Tribune

    Columbia Daily TribuneAnthony Warren, 1987-2018Columbia Daily Tribune... Creston Johnson, Karnell Smith, Travis Weston, Charles Kelley, William McNeary, Terrance Collier, and the whole HILLZ GANG. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, JoeAnn Ndvio and Charles Warren, Jr.; parental grandparents, Anis and ...

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  • A burning issue: North Callaway fire district board addresses commandeeringA burning issue: North Callaway fire district board addresses commandeering

    The two former firefighters who commandeered a North Callaway Fire Protection District fire truck in November have promised not to do so again, NCFPD Board President Donnie Duffy said during Tuesday's meeting. "I got a commitment from them that they'd never do it again," Duffy said.

    Columbia News / 6 d. 7 h. 20 min. ago
  • University of Missouri officials still push for diversityUniversity of Missouri officials still push for diversity

    University of Missouri officials say the Columbia campus still has a ways to go in hiring diverse faculty despite recent improvement. The Columbia Missourian reports that System President Mun Choi and University of Missouri Chancellor Alexander Cartwright spoke Monday at a hearing of the Missouri House Special Committee on Urban Issues.

    Columbia News / 6 d. 11 h. 47 min. ago
  • Woman pleads guilty to shooting at officers during I-70 pursuitWoman pleads guilty to shooting at officers during I-70 pursuit

    A Missouri woman who fired at officers and other motorists during a police chase is facing up to 35 years in prison. Federal prosecutors said 25-year-old Victoria Ann Buol, of Boonville, pleaded guilty Tuesday to three crimes that occurred when she and 27-year-old Russell Dean Moore, of Fulton, were being pursued by officers in April 2016 on Interstate 70 near Columbia.

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  • TKC Must See!!! Voter Rights Activist Jason Kander Leads Kansas City...TKC Must See!!! Voter Rights Activist Jason Kander Leads Kansas City...

    Kansas City's favorite native local politico will take a break from cable news conversation and his massive flock of Twitter supporters in order to champion local resistance to Prez Trump. Take a look: Despite enormous public opposition, Congress passed the GOP tax scam bill, which will raise taxes for 92 million middle-class families, rip health care away from 13 million people, and threaten life-saving programs - all to give tax breaks to millionaires, billionaires, and wealthy corporations.

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  • Man charged with felony crack cocaine possessionMan charged with felony crack cocaine possession

    A Columbia man was arrested on a felony crack-cocaine charge over the weekend, Callaway County Sheriff Clay Chism said. On Saturday, the Callaway County prosecuting attorney charged Shaun Shannon, 43, with felony possession of a controlled substance .

    Columbia News / 7 d. 7 h. 24 min. ago