Discovering the historic Rivercene house built in 1869CJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
The magnificent historic Chatol House in Centralia, Missouri: home of F. Gano and Anna Lee Toalson ChanceCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Exploring the historic David Guitar House in Columbia, MissouriCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
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As 'Tranq' sweeps the nation, local officials warn of its danger
After an upsurge in Xylazine consumption, commonly known as ‘tranq,’ has swept the nation, a bipartisan group of Congressional lawmakers recently moved to further restrict the drug widely used as a sedative for animals. Xylazine is a non-opioid veterinary sedative, analgesic, and muscle relaxant commonly used in the...
New 8,000 Square Foot Golf Facility Coming to Columbia, Missouri
If you love all things golf, you might want to know about a huge golf facility that is coming to Columbia, Missouri. It spans 8,000 square feet and will feature elevated driving bays that has become so popular thanks to Top Golf. Midway Golf and Games has shared some detailed...
Hail & power outages across the state Friday, Governor Parson signs emergency order
Friday’s storms prompt Governor Mike Parson to sign an executive order, activating the Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan and Missouri National Guard. Parson says the order will ensure all necessary state resources are available, if necessary. The order expires April 30, unless otherwise terminated or extended. Although the storm...
Chase County authorities arrest Missouri man in southwest Nebraska
IMPERIAL - A Missouri man was arrested in southwest Nebraska after he led authorities on a pursuit. Tevin Thompson, 30, of Columbia, Missouri, was charged with terroristic threats, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony, operating a vehicle to avoid arrest and willful reckless driving. According to the...
Kansas beats Columbia to win WNIT Championship
The Kansas Jayhawks are champions again in 2023.
KU women’s basketball claims WNIT Championship title
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The University of Kansas women’s basketball team defeated Columbia to claim the WNIT Championship title for the first time ever. With home-court advantage Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, the Jayhawks downed the Lions 66-59. The 25-11 Jayhawks defeated Washington, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska and...
Mizzou sets program record, ends run at regional final
The Tigers log the highest program vault score (49.450) and best regional score (197.600) in school history, but their season comes to a close at the regional final.
Live Updates: No. 13 Alabama Softball at Missouri (Game 2)
The Crimson Tide and Tigers play Game 2 of the weekend series in Columbia.
Suspect in shooting outside Columbia gas station arrested in Callaway County
Callaway County deputies arrested a 19-year-old Columbia man Thursday in connection with a shooting investigation, the sheriff's office says. The post Suspect in shooting outside Columbia gas station arrested in Callaway County appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
One person taken into custody in Columbia after police warn of man with a gun
An investigation into a person with a gun in Columbia prompts warnings from the University of Missouri. MU issued an alert around 2:30 Thursday afternoon that the Columbia Police Department was investigating reports of a person with a gun near Nifong and Buttonwood Road. The individual was believed to be in his late teens or early 20s. About twenty minutes later, the alert read that a subject had been taken into custody, and the all-clear was given.
Hail seen around Mid-Missouri as storms go through the area
COLUMBIA, Mo. The ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Team forecasted possible severe storms and tornadoes for Friday. Reports of golf-ball-sized hail was seen around Mid-Missouri on Friday afternoon. Homes, cars and businesses were damaged during the hailstorm that rolled through Boone County. Roadways looked covered in snow and ice as hail broke car windows and littered The post Hail seen around Mid-Missouri as storms go through the area appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
March 31 severe weather
Photojournalist, Managing Editor, Asst. Practical Professor of Journalism, FAA Part 107 Certified Drone Pilot. Dominick Lee joined the MU Journalism School faculty July 2021. Lee is a FAA certified drone pilot and practical professor of the University of Missouri’s Drone Journalism Program.
Missouri State Highway Patrol reports arrests
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released its latest report of arrests. 35-year-old Emanuell C. Dansbury of Columbia at 3:15 p.m. March 27 in Ste. Genevieve County on a patrol charge of felony driving while revoked. He was released.
No. 13 Alabama blanks Mizzou in extras despite standout performance from Laurin Krings
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The No. 13 Alabama Crimson Tide secured the series win against Mizzou in a 4-0 win in nine innings on Saturday night in Columbia. The Tiger loss comes despite a standout performance from junior pitcher Laurin Krings. Krings held off the Alabama bats for eight innings of...
Drive-thrus, fieldhouse and electricity bills await City Council action
A potential change to zoning requirements for new drive-thrus will come back to the Columbia City Council on Monday night. After hearing concerns from the Columbia Board of Realtors — the board has opposed the amendment since the discussion started in September 2022 — the council tabled the amendment to the development code in March and asked city staff to come back with proposed amendments in response to that feedback.
Native plant sale scheduled for April 8 in Columbia
COLUMBIA - The Missouri Prairie Foundation and MU Bradford Research Center will hold a native plant sale Saturday, April 8 in Columbia. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., seven vendors will set up shop at Bradford Farm, located at 4968 S. Rangeline Rd. Forrest Keeling, Gaylena's Gardens, Hawthorn Chapter of...
Columbia Police Department host 3 day active shooter training
Columbia — The recent mass shootings at elementary schools, grocery stores, and other public places have many parents, business owners, and individuals concerned about how local law enforcement will handle such events. The Columbia Police Department has partnered with Columbia Public Schools, MU Ambulance Service, the Columbia Fire Department,...
A farewell to college basketball at Final Four for Mizzou’s Hodge, KC’s Walker
Missouri guard D’Moi Hodge and Kansas City’s Derrick Walker, who played at Nebraska, soaked up their Final Four experiences
Mid-Missouri groups gather to celebrate queer, transgender visibility
Bubbles and empowering music filled the air Saturday outside the Daniel Boone City Building as people danced and waved Pride flags in support of queer and trans youths. The dance party, hosted by CoMo for Progress Nclusion Plus and The Center Project, was originally scheduled for Friday as part of a number of nationwide events aimed at uniting transgender and queer youths and celebrating International Transgender Day of Visibility, organized by Queer Youth Assemble. The event in Columbia was pushed back to Saturday due to weather, according to the event’s Facebook page.
Larissa Preuitt Grand Slam Lifts Alabama Softball to Series-Opening Win over Missouri
Montana Fouts struck out 12 batters on the way to the shutout victory.
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