Police: Evidence of shots fired found in central Columbia late Tuesday nightKMIZ ABC 17 News1 HOUR AGO
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Columbia woman charged after allegedly ransacking convenience store
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) A Columbia woman was arrested and charged on Tuesday after allegedly ransacking a convenience store and causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. La Shaunda Angeline Johnson, 31, was charged with first-degree property damage, misdemeanor stealing and first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor. She is being held at the Boone County Jail without bond. The post Columbia woman charged after allegedly ransacking convenience store appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Police: Evidence of shots fired found in central Columbia late Tuesday night
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Columbia Police found two homes damaged by gunfire late Tuesday evening. Police were called to Oak Street a little before 11 p.m. for reports of shots fired. A sergeant on scene told ABC 17 News crews that two homes were hit by bullets but no one was hurt. ABC 17 News crews The post Police: Evidence of shots fired found in central Columbia late Tuesday night appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Columbia man charged with burglary and theft of $25,000 worth of jewelry from Boone County home
A Columbia man was charged after allegedly breaking into a woman’s home and stealing $25,000 worth of jewelry. Court documents said Boone County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a home in the county at 1:34 p.m. on November 13. Deputies spoke to a woman who said she had...
Jen and Adam Wheeler, revolutionizing the health care model in Columbia
When Jen and Adam Wheeler couldn’t find anyone in Columbia that wanted to start a clinic with a membership model, they decided to do it themselves. Adam thought Columbia needed this type of clinic. Independent family medicine and internal medicine doctors liked the model he presented, but weren’t interested. So the Wheelers ended up opening Big Tree Medical.
Columbia man accused of fatally shooting two women earlier this month scheduled for June jury trial
A Columbia man accused of murdering two women earlier this month is scheduled for a jury trial. Cadilac Derrick, 36, is charged with two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of armed criminal action for allegedly shooting the women November 5. Columbia Police say they were called to the...
Columbia teen last seen Friday now reported missing
A Columbia teen is reported missing. The Columbia Police Department says 15-year-old Tashayla Williams was reported missing on Monday. She was last seen Friday, November 24 in the 200 block of South Providence. Police say when last seen, Williams was wearing a Raising Cane’s uniform with her hair in a ponytail.
Judy Hubbard and Glenn Cobbins spread hope across Columbia
Judy Hubbard and Glenn Cobbins Sr. met by chance at the Bear Creek Community Center in 1998. This chance encounter during a community workshop would lead to 25 years of partnership, friendship and change in the Columbia community. Hubbard and Cobbins make an unlikely pair. Hubbard is a mother of...
These columbia, MO based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around columbia..
Sean East II Leads Missouri Basketball to Resilient Victory in Pittsburgh
After back-and-forth play for most of the game, the Tigers narrowly closed out the Panthers in the ACC/SEC Challenge.
The Best College Town in Missouri is NOT Columbia…
According to the experts, the best college town in Missouri is not Columbia, so which city in the Show-Me State is the best place to go to college?. The experts at WalletHub released a ranking of the Best College Towns and Cities in America in 2024, and the highest-ranking city in Missouri is...St. Louis! St. Louis ranked highest in Missouri and 97th overall in the country, and Columbia ranked 196th overall, putting it behind St. Charles, and Kansas City. The top-rated college city in America in 2024 is Austin (Texas), followed by Ann Arbor (Michigan), Orlando, Tampa, and Scottsdale.
Daniel Thompson, an entrepreneur taking the extra step to help the community
Daniel Thompson and his team at Limitless Decks stay busy in their daily construction business. But Daniel, who started the company in 2019, has found ways to give back to his community through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity and Blitz Build. Thompson and Limitless Decks volunteered for two major...
Where Missouri Lands in Fifth College Football Playoff Rankings
Did the Tigers slide up or remain in the same spot after dominating Arkansas?
Ashland claims just cause to fire suspended police chief in notice of hearing
ASHLAND, Mo. (KMIZ) The City of Ashland has laid out its reasons why it wants to fire its suspended police chief, Gabe Edwards, in a notice of hearing. The City’s Board of Aldermen previously announced that it will hold a public hearing at 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7, to determine if it will fire Edwards. Edwards The post Ashland claims just cause to fire suspended police chief in notice of hearing appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Tracking warm air and meaningful rain on the way
TODAY: We're mostly sunny today, with some high clouds moving in this afternoon. Winds from the south will have us warm today, as temperatures reach into the 50s for highs. TONIGHT: Clouds fill in overnight, and winds remain southerly. This keeps lows in the 30s and 40s early Thursday. EXTENDED:...
Columbia's Culinary Morning Delights: 4 Breakfast & Brunch Places You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore four delightful breakfast and brunch spots in Columbia. Have you had the opportunity to experience any of these yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Moser’s Foods announces plans for new ownership
In a news release Pro Food Systems, Inc. announced it is buying the Mid-Missouri grocery store chain. The company said Moser's will remain under local ownership. The post Moser’s Foods announces plans for new ownership appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do you think the Tigers will be invited to a New Year’s Six Bowl?
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The 10-2 Missouri Tigers were ranked at No. 9 once again on Tuesday in the College Football Playoff rankings, days after blowing out Arkansas on the road. There’s only a few spots available for a coveted New Year’s Six Bowl, which this year will include the Cotton Bowl, Orange Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, The post QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do you think the Tigers will be invited to a New Year’s Six Bowl? appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Area union reports progress in Columbia Water Workers’ salary negotiations with city
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The City of Columbia and LiUNA Local 955 continued negotiations over the city's water distribution workers' salaries on Tuesday with the union saying that progress was made. The two sides met at the Columbia Convention and Visitors Center at 1:30 p.m. with negotiations lasting over an hour. According to the union, the The post Area union reports progress in Columbia Water Workers’ salary negotiations with city appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Does following Tigers or Chiefs football make you a healthier person? Science offers answers
Being a serious football fan can be quite involved. It is not just the 3-hour game. The entire fan process often involves much discussion, planning, and hype well before — and then well after — the game. Is all of this healthy? ...
Local Lake Ozark Resident Arrested on Thanksgiving Day for Drug Possession and Delivery
Trisha R Ashford, a 36-year-old resident of Columbia and Lake Ozark, was arrested on Thanksgiving Day during a traffic stop in Camdenton, MO. The deputy found narcotics and drug paraphernalia in her vehicle.