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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
National Sorghum Producers Board of Directors Chairman Atkinson...

National Sorghum Producers board of directors Chairman Dan Atkinson has appointed four new members to the NSP Legislative Committee and a new committee chairman. In addition to Carson, new members to the committee include Durward Dixon of Elida, New Mexico, Ethan Miller of Columbia, Missouri, and Chris Yaklin of Robstown, Texas.

WWII in the Capital City remembered through child's eyes

As he grew up in Jefferson City during World War II, the FBI investigated Walter Schroeder's family as it sought to keep track of the country's German-born residents. Schroeder, a descendant of German grandparents who lived with the family in Jefferson City, said his family likely faced discrimination during the war, but at the time, he never realized the ways authorities treated his family different from others.

Legal Battle Over Missouri Clinic Could Foretell Abortion Fights In Other States

Protesters on both sides of the abortion debate demonstrated in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in July concerning Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation. It is thought that challenge to Roe v.

VisionArts co-owner wins award

Helen Wilbers/FULTON SUN Cindy Vann, co-owner of VisionArts EyeCare in Fulton, was selected as the first Callaway County winner of the Women Who Own It award. The award is given by the Missouri Women's Business Center, a program of Central Missouri Community Action.

Fugitive wanted in Callaway arrested

Lisa Sachs, 40, of Columbia, was involved in a traffic stop at 8:57 p.m. near State Road J and Interstate 70. During the traffic stop, a Callaway County deputy came into contact with Sachs, a fugitive in Callaway County for felony Possession of a Controlled Substance.

Kansas City-St. Louis route would be ideal for nation's first Hyperloop, study finds

A new study shows Kansas City to St. Louis would be an ideal place to launch the first Hyperloop in the United States. Missouri leaders and engineers took a look and decided this bold new mode of travel could work in the state along the Interstate 70 corridor.

Cole County candidates release campaign finance reports

Campaign finance reports for candidates in contested Cole County races in the Nov. 6 general election were due Monday for the period of July 1 through Sept. 30. In the race for Cole County prosecutor, Republican candidate Locke Thompson and his committee, Friends for Locke Thompson, reported $11,990.67 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Nobel Prize winner honored with dedicated campus bike rack

In this Oct. 3, 2018, file photo, George Smith, professor emeritus at the University of Missouri, speaks to a crowd in Columbia, Mo., about winning the Nobel Prize for chemistry. The university is honoring its Nobel Prize-winning scientist with an unusual accolade: a dedicated bicycle rack slot.

Police investigating armed robbery at northwest Columbia convenience store

Police responded to the Break Time convenience store in the 2200 block of North Stadium shortly after 2:30 a.m. Columbia police officers and Boone County deputies did a search nearby with a K9 unit but didn't find anything, or anyone. Police said the man was wearing black clothing, black shoes and a black ski mask at the time of the robbery.

Columbia police unable to find evidence of gun shots after reports

Columbia police couldn't find any evidence of gunfire, despite reports from people in the area about a loud bang Tuesday night. A delivery driver told police that a man fired a gun at them around 7:45 p.m. at Burnam and Clarkson roads.

Two arrested after meth discovered

Police obtained a search warrant for the guest room where they found two glass smoking devices used for methamphetamine, and a plastic container with a crystal-like substance that later tested positive for methamphetamine. The container and methamphetamine weighed approximately 308 grams.

New Two new roundabouts for South Columbia

Columbia City Council is considering building two roundabouts on Nifong Boulevard, with one at Sinclair Road and the other at Old Mill Creek Road. The project is set for a first reading on Monday's council agenda.

Solar Eclipse Was Buzzkill for Bees

Bees suddenly fell silent when the sun disappeared during last year's solar eclipse - perhaps because they were tricked into night mode. Christopher Intagliata reports.

Former student convicted of rape at University of Missouri

A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for a January 2016 rape at the University of Missouri. Austin Campbell was sentenced Thursday after being found guilty in August of raping a woman who was sleeping in her dorm room in January 2016.

53-mile chase through Mid-Missouri ends with St. Louis man's arrest

A St. Louis man wanted for a felony parole violation and other charges led Boone County sheriff's deputies and law enforcement officers from several other Mid-Missouri agencies on a high-speed chase from Columbia to Jefferson City early Thursday morning. James Hunt Jr., 31, ran a red light at the intersection of Conley Road and U.S. 63 South at about 12:35 a.m., according to Boone County Sheriff's Department reports.

Former Lettuce chef Tim Graham's Twain channels a Mississippian wit

He didn't say that. But he probably would have, because whoever it was that first thought of smearing peanut butter into the cavity of a raw celery stick and then punctuating it with a line of black raisins was barely human.

Ambulance workers create breast cancer awareness

Paramedic shift supervisor Susan Hertzler , EMT Matt D'Angelo, and paramedic training officer Kelly Drennan show off their Breast Cancer Awareness shirts. They work at the Callaway County Ambulance District.

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