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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.

Population: 100733
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

Columbia News
Heavier Trucks in Missouri Will Do More Harm Than Good, Columbia Attorneys Say

Columbia, MO, attorneys Mark Evans and Wally Bley said that the costs to infrastructure and road safety outweigh the benefits of allowing bigger trucks on roadways. Columbia, MO, -- Shippers across the United States have long pushed lawmakers to consider allowing heavier, bigger trucks on roads.

Introducing CMU's Distinguished Alumni To Be Honored May 5

Every spring, as a part of its Founder's Day Weekend, Central Methodist University honors alumni who have made a positive impact on society through their work and social service. This year the Distinguished Alumni Awards will be presented to Shirley Brown '60, Patrick Brackley '71, Jeffrey Francis '80, Kerri Jenkins '85, and Susan Hart '86, and the Young Alumni Award will be presented to Seth Bauman '09.

Updated Columbia Public Works announces their Capital Improvement Projects

The plans consist of improvements to intersections, speed reduction on neighborhood streets, filling in sidewalk gaps, building a new trail section and adding a signalized crosswalk. "We approach improvement projects through a Vision Zero lens.

Donald Rowland, Elderly Killer Profiled in RFT Cover Story, Jumps to His Death

Early in the morning of October 31, 2014, Donald Rowland stabbed his wife to death while she slept.

Ambulance staff considers unionization

Alleging their grievances were not being heard, some members of the Cole County Emergency Medical Service announced Friday they are asking their fellow employees to unionize the county ambulance service. An email asking ambulance employees to consider unionization was sent out Friday, the same day three ambulance personnel were fired.

Columbia police ask for public's help in identifying man accused of damaging sign

Columbia police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man accused of causing damage to a sign. Police said the incident happened in the 300 block of S. College Avenue at Campus Lutheran Church.

Homeless man convicted in 2015 Springfield killing

A homeless man has been convicted in the stabbing and beating death of a Springfield woman whose body was found stuffed underneath a mattress at her home. The Springfield News-Leader reports that jurors found 41-year-old Andrew Jensen guilty Thursday of second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the 2015 death of Kathi Jones.

Kansas City Kangaroo Lesson In Cutbacks

The City College still suffers fallout from social justice upheaval in Columbia, MO more than two years ago as reactionary backlash takes a toll on education funds in Missouri. Read more: On Wednesday morning, University of Missouri-Kansas City officials announced that "some of our ranks will be leaving UMKC."

Missouri's options for a grad transfer are dwindling

Since last weekend, I've been bombarded with the same query: What happens if Missouri misses out on Courtney Ramey? Patience is also starting to fray since news broke Monday that Louisville has renewed its pursuit of the highly-touted Webster Groves point guard. On Tuesday night, Cuonzo Martin and his entire staff got their pow-wow to pitch the Rameys, and it's hard to shake the feeling that the living room might as well have been plopped along the banks of the Rubicon.

Bob Lindholm, photographer and former assistant attorney general, dies

Lindholm served 21 years as an assistant attorney general of Missouri, from July 1, 1972, though July 30, 1993 - serving with attorneys general John Danforth, John Ashcroft, Bill Webster and Jay Nixon. His work included helping the state transform the abandoned MKT Railroad line into the state's 200-mile Katy Trail State Park.

Farm group opposes CAFOs, foreign-owned farmland

Tasha Stephens, left, of Jackson County, and Vickie Gassman, of Howard County, listen to Jeff Jones, of Callaway County, during Tuesday's Family Farms, Not Factory Farms panel at the Capitol. Jones said CAFO operations near Columbia have not benefited the local community and have resulted in foul odors and a dangerous manure spill.

Lederle named Executive Director of Retrieving Freedom Inc.

Retrieving Freedom Inc. announced Mike Lederle has been named the organization's first Executive Director. He will join the organization April 30. Prior to joining the RFI team, Lederle served in several roles at Columbia College in Columbia as director of the Ousley Family Veterans Services Center and then utilized his expertise in higher education as director of the college's location in Rolla, Missouri.

Bob Cramer 1935-2018

Armstrong, MO resident, Bob Cramer, passed away at The Bluffs in Columbia, MO, March 5, 2018. He was 83 years of age.

Holts Summit driver arrested after Boone County pursuit

The Boone County Sheriff's Department reports the chase began around 9:30 p.m. on St. Charles Road east of Columbia when a deputy tried to pull over a vehicle suspected of being involved in an earlier incident in the area. The fleeing vehicle eventually was stopped in Hallsville after it ran over a tire deflation device officers had deployed in its path.

Missouri tight ends were prominent in spring game

It was a mixed bag for Missouri's offense in Saturday's Black & Gold game, which, well, it exactly what you expect to see in an intra-squad scrimmage featuring a new offensive coordinator. Mizzou ended up averaging just 4.6 yards per play over 100 snaps, but considering a vast majority of those came without starters like quarterback Drew Lock , running backs Larry Rountree III and Damarea Crockett , receiver Emanuel Hall , tight end Albert Okwuegbunam , etc., that didn't say much.

Firefighters grapple with elevated cancer risks

A firefighter pulls a piece of bunker gear out of the extractor or commercial gear washer, located in Jefferson City Fire Department Station No.3. The dangers firefighters face are well known, but a new risk is sounding alarms among leaders in the service and leading to changes in the firefighting culture. While no specific study has been done to look at Missouri firefighters, national studies by groups such as the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health show firefighters are two times more likely to develop some sort of cancer than the general public.

Troopers report accident, arrests

Missouri Highway Patrol troopers reported an accident Thursday with moderate injuries on westbound Interstate 70 at the 140-mile marker. Douglas E. Meyerkord Jr., 30, of Florissant, was driving a 2018 International box truck east when it went off the road into westbound lanes and overturned.

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