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Located among small tributary valleys of the Missouri River, Columbia is roughly equidistant from St. Louis and Kansas City. The city has been ranked as high as the second-best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine's annual list and is regularly in the top 100. The economy of Columbia is historically dominated by education, healthcare, and the insurance industry.
Local Newspapers: Columbia Missourian
Local Sports Teams: University of Missouri's Missouri Tigers
Local Colleges: University of Missouri
Zip Codes associated with columbia, missouri:
65201 65202 65203
Towns/Cities near columbia, missouri : Prathersville Harg Midway Rocheport Huntsdale McBaine Hallsville Boonville
No Sweetie Pie [Editorial]
From the Departments of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology and Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia ; Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center, Columbia, MO ; and Research Service, Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital, Columbia, MO . From the Departments of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology and Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia ; Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center, Columbia, MO ; and Research Service, Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital, Columbia, MO .March 20 Crash Reports
Kelley T. Babb, 53, of Overland Park, Kansas, was driving an ATV in the 28900 block of Gibson Point Road when the vehicle overturned and ejected him, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. Babb was not wearing a seat belt or a helmet and suffered serious injuries.Pair of bills would ban foreign ownership of agricultural land
Family farmers packed a House hearing room to testify in favor of two bills banning foreign ownership of agricultural land, at one point unspooling three rolls of signatures on a petition supporting the bill across the hearing room and out the door. The bills would reverse the legislature's 2013 move to allow up to 1 percent of Missouri's agricultural land to be foreign-owned.Updated Columbia police arrest man accused of "accidentally" kicking baby, killing her
ORIGINAL STORY: Columbia police arrested Cortavia Emon Smith, 20, on Monday after Boone County Joint Communications received a report of six-month-old female in cardiac arrest at the Break Time Convenience Store on Nifong Boulevard. Police said they responded to the gas station early Monday morning, the baby was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead.BizBeat: Socket retail office closing
The company announced Friday and it's closing the office but plans to invest further in an expansion of its fiber-optic network throughout Jefferson City. Socket began an expansion of its fiber-optic network in Jefferson City late last year.North Callaway School District receives donation
The support will fund numerous projects within the district, including new science, technology, engineering and math equipment and Chromebooks in multiple buildings, remodeling of a new technology maker space at Hatton-McCredie, and reading program textbooks at Williamsburg. "We appreciate that Sinclair is mindful of their community's needs and especially wish to thank them for their generous support of our science and technology initiatives," North Callaway High School Principal Brian Jobe said.DNR, Callaway County work toward clean water
Missouri Department of Natural Resources officials said they want to work with Callaway County officials as they look at balancing economic development and keeping water clean. At a Friday meeting with DNR leaders in Jefferson City, Callaway County Western District Commissioner Roger Fischer said he was glad to hear the department was working to reduce red tape so local communities get help they need for various issues.Alzheimer's advocates lobby for continued respite funding
Linda and Warren Powers, center, speak with Matthew Wynn after a rally Wednesday at the Capitol encouraging lawmakers to support grants for those affected by Alzheimer's disease. Warren was diagnosed in 2012, and Wynn is a volunteer for the Alzheimer's Association.How the Black Audio Film Collective Remixed Fact and Fiction
Active between 1982 and 1998, the collective made over a dozen films about the personal and political experiences of people of color living in Britain. but the True/False Film Festival is primarily dedicated to their artistic side.True/False 2018, Part 1: Bucking the Trend
"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens Roger Ebert has attended international film festivals and events for almost half a century, from the Kolkata International Film Festival to the Academy Awards.Mark Caserta: Voters must remember decline in Obama era
The very foundation of liberalism is being shaken beneath the impact of massive political reconstruction.Updated Columbia residents warned about city utilities phone scam
A spokesperson for the City of Columbia announced on Tuesday that utility customers have received phone calls from individuals claiming to be a city employee and demanding payment for a delinquent utility bill. The scammers allegedly say that resident's accounts are delinquent and facing immediate shut-off if the bill is not paid over the phone.Columbia police still investigating fatal hit and run crash
Columbia police announced on Tuesday that officers are still investigating the Feb. 17th crash on I-70 where the driver left the scene. ABC 17 previously reported that the pedestrian, 35-year old Jerry Martin of Florissant, was walking on the road when he was struck.University of Missouri faces $60M budget hole amid cuts
The University of Missouri is facing a $60 million budget shortfall on its Columbia campus under a worst-case scenario for state support and enrollment. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that Chancellor Alexander Cartwright held a campus faculty meeting Monday to discuss a report recommending the campus close nearly 30 graduate programs.Locals jump in Saturday's Polar Plunge
Fulton High School Student Council members participating in the Polar Bear Plunge in Columbia Saturday, March 3, 2018, pictured from left are: Kaitlyn Epperson, Kristine Malone, Julia Mendez, Laura Bailey, Rileigh Huffman, Anna Bonderer, Haden Trowbridge, Kelly Gillespie, Jordan Bonner, Tre Vaughn and Grace Riley. Fulton High School Student Council members participated in the Polar Bear Plunge Saturday at Bass Pro Shops in Columbia, raising $1,065, according to the Special Olympics Missouri website.Let there be luck for the races on St. Patrick's Day
Sally Ince/ News Tribune Erin Bidlock, second from back left, and her fellow running group take a photo as they finish the 2016 Shamrox Run in Rocheport. Join in on the fun at the fourth annual ShamRox Run, a St. Patrick's themed road race that benefits the Stronger Together Foundation.The Beginner's Guide to Cannabis Lingo
Even if the only connection you have to cannabis is through movies, you probably know what bongs, joints and bowls are. But stepping into a medical or recreational dispensary for the first time also means encountering a whole new language.State of Missouri v. Melissa Atkinson
Appellant's Attorney: Casey A. Taylor, of Columbia, MO Respondent's Attorney: J. Daniel Patterson and Nicholas C. Bergeon, of Springfield, MO Melissa D. Atkinson appeals her conviction for driving while intoxicated per section 577.010, 1 and failing to drive on the right side of the road per section 304.015. In two points, Atkinson contends the trial court erred in rejecting her motion to suppress on the basis that there was no reasonable suspicion for the traffic stop, and in overruling her motion for judgment of acquittal as there was no substantial evidence that Atkinson violated section 304.015.Felony 'fail to register' charges levied against seven men
Seven Mid-Missouri men were recently charged with felonies for failure to register as sex offenders, Callaway County Sheriff Clay Chism said. On Feb. 18, they were charged by Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney Christopher D. Wilson.Bands battle for an honorable cause
Hard rock, country, blues and many other genres regularly fill the weekly live music schedule of the increasingly popular Jefferson City venue The Bridge. However on every Saturday in March, this music will have more than just a mission to entertain.
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