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Topic - Columbia Daily Tribune
A Missouri man has drowned after helping rescue a friend who fell overboard at the Lake of the Ozarks this weekend.
The city of Columbia has filed a petition for eminent domain to acquire about 5 acres of farmland it needs to extend the main runway at the Columbia Regional Airport.
A group that fought to save an unused central Missouri railroad bridge from demolition is now raising money to repair the span with hopes of adding it to the 225-mile Katy Trail for hikers and bikers.
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds are returning to a Columbia air show after a 12 year hiatus.
University of Missouri police say a man believed to be a suspect who led police on a chase has committed suicide.
An Oregon company has announced plans to build a radioisotope production facility at the University of Missouri's research park in Columbia.
Six of 13 defendants want some counts dismissed in a civil lawsuit filed by a Missouri man whose murder conviction was vacated after he served nearly a decade behind bars.
A mid-Missouri alligator handler has pleaded guilty to seven counts of keeping dangerous animals without proper registration.
A former Callaway County clerk has pleaded guilty to felony forgery for stealing about $11,000 from the court in central Missouri.
The University of Missouri has brought a class on using aerial drones indoors after a federal government agency told the journalism school last summer to stop flying them outdoors.
Columbia police are investigating the death of a man in an apartment building as a homicide.
The criminal trial of former Mamtek CEO Bruce Cole has been delayed until December by a St. Charles County judge presiding over the case.
Ameren Missouri says construction is underway on an 11-mile natural gas pipeline from Columbia to Ashland, which currently does not have natural gas service.
Just eight days after the city of Columbia was dismissed from a lawsuit filed by a man whose murder conviction was vacated, the city is once again a defendant.
An associate professor at the University of Missouri School of Law is involved in a case that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court this week.