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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
Construction worker injured at Sedalia worksite dies

The Sedalia Democrat reported 52-year-old Filipe' Murano died late Wednesday afternoon at University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia. Murano was injured Wednesday morning near the construction site of a new First United Methodist Church when a piece of masonry fell on him.

New report highlights poverty's effects on Boone County children

Boone County and the city of Columbia are using a new report to highlight how poverty is affecting the community, with a particular focus on children. The report, called "A Focus on Poverty," highlights drop-out rates in Columbia Public Schools and how those rates are affected by poverty.

Columbia man charged with June murder on Hatton Chapel Road

Prosecutors charged a Columbia man with murder two months after he was charged with trying to shoot a deputy when he was stopped for speeding in southwest Missouri. Jason Roy Anderson, 34, faces charges of first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the June shooting death of Elise'ise Q. McNeal, 34, of Columbia in a home on Hatton Chapel Road that they lived in together.

Emerald ash borer invades ash trees in 11 more Missouri counties

Eleven new counties have confirmed infestations of the damaging emerald ash borer, including Callaway and Cole counties, both neighboring Boone, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. Emerald ash borers are notorious for only attacking ash trees.

Documents: Mom depressed before driving into river with kids

A Missouri woman who is charged with killing her 5-year-old daughter and critically injuring her 1-year-old son by intentionally driving into the Kansas River told authorities she wanted to die and didn't want anyone else to have her children, according to court records. The probable cause affidavit was released Wednesday in the case against Scharron Renea Dingledine, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter, Amiyah Bradley, and attempted first-degree murder for injuries suffered by her son, Elijah Lake.

Correction: Fake News Exhibit story

In a story Aug. 11 about a museum exhibit on fake news, The Associated Press erroneously reported that curator Clyde Bentley was a professor at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. He is an emeritus associate professor at the school.

Pursuit prompts modified lockdown at schools

UPDATE, 5:10 p.m.: Authorities arrested 55-year-old Christopher H. Simms in connection with the incident this morning, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Department. When deputies arrived at Simms' house this morning, he fled in a vehicle, Detective Tom O'Sullivan said.

Award Winning SR-71 Blackbird

First flown at the 2017 Top Gun Scale Invitational, Top Gun competitor Lance Campbell of Columbia, Missouri, competed with his amazing SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, which scored an impressive 99.167 static points. At the Top Gun awards banquet, Lance also received the Engineering Excellence award, as well as the Critic's Choice award.

Columbia Public Schools warn drivers to slow down

Columbia Public Schools are off to a good start, but CPS is asking drivers to watch for buses on the roads and to slow down in school zones, according to Michelle Baumstark, CPS community relations director "People just need to be aware that there is more traffic, expect buses on these two-lane roads, because you just never know where their next stop is going to be, so just slow down and pay attention," Blomenkamp said. Missouri State Highway Patrol said in 2017, five people were killed, and 401 people were injured in traffic crashes involving school buses.

Updated Columbia school board paves way on property tax bump for salary raises

The 9-cent raise would be the last part of a voter-approved measure in 2016. Voters allowed the district to raise the property tax by as much as 65 cents in that election.

Part of Ash Street closed for utility work

Ash Street was closed from Bernadette Drive to Clinkscales Road, just east of Stadium Boulevard, starting Monday as a contractor extends utility lines. Remsel Corporation is extending utilities under a contract with Shelter Insurance Cos., causing the closure of the road and sidewalk, according to a city of Columbia press release.

LANCO Announces Headlining a oeHallelujah Nights Toura

LANCO will launch its 14-city Hallelujah Nights Tour on Oct. 24 in Columbia, Mo., with additional stops slated for Cincinnati, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Nashville and more. The tour takes its moniker from LANCO's 2018 debut album of the same name, which spawned No.

Updated Communication key for MU as some fraternities make a return

A 2016 file photo of the Delta Upsilon house on Tiger Ave. The fraternity plans to have representatives on campus this semester in an effort to re-establish a local chapter. The fraternity ended its MU chapter in 2016 after numerous conduct violations.

Frame named Regional Teacher of the Year

Robyn Frame a kindergarten teacher at Fulton's Bartley Elementary was recently named on of Missouri's Regional Teachers of the Year. Both will be awaiting students Wednesday when the 2018-19 school year begins.

'Fiddler's Dream' author notches another award

Howard Marshall and company performed last June in Fulton. The group included, from left, Bill Foley, of Ashland, on banjo; Margot McMillen, of northern Callaway County, on cello; Marshall and Kathy Gordon, of Columbia, on upright bass; and Henrich Leonhard, of Columbia, on guitar.

Columbia Museum Exhibit Tracks History of Fake News

The Boone County History and Culture Center recently opened the exhibit, "The History of Fake News ," the Columbia Missouri an reported . Visitors can learn until January about how misinformation spreads.

Aug. 11 Crash Reports

A man is in serious condition after an unoccupied truck rolled and struck him at 9 a.m. Thursday in Morgan County. Billie L. Sass, 61, of Stover, was struck as the vehicle rolled backwards on Wilderness Drive 68 feet east of Wilderness Way, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report.

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