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Man arrested following elder exploitation investigation
Kelly Gooldy, 40, was arrested on four warrants from three counties, including a Callaway County warrant for felony financial explitation of an elderly person. That last charge was filed June 4 following an extensive investigation by the sheriff's office and the Missouri Department of Health and Sen
Holts Summit man guilty of animal neglect
Antonio Hickmon, 32, of Holts Summit, was found guilty of the misdemeanor of animal neglect following a one-day jury trial in Judge Sue Crane's Circuit Court. Hickmon was originally charged with the class A misdemeanor of animal abuse for failing to provide adequate care that resulted in substantial
New owners take over IHOP
Annie Khmous and her husband, Mohanad, bought the restaurant at 2011 Missouri Blvd. about a month ago. Since buying the restaurant, Khmous and her husband emphasized to their staff that they want personable customer service.
Media-loving newlyweds settle in Ashland as seen on a 'House Hunters' episode
Currently employed as a digital media marketing consultant for Venta Marketing in Columbia, Kyle has modeled, produced films, TV pilots and web videos, and worked in front and behind the camera at some of Los Angeles' biggest studios such as MTV, HBO and FOX.
BizBeat: First Blu Taco to open at Capital Mall
John Fernandes, who owns the High Voltage Arcade, Pretzelmaker franchise and Marble Slab Creamery at the Capital Mall, will become the first franchisee for fledgling Holts Summit taco restaurant Blu Taco.
Fulton kicks off annual street festival
FULTON - The city of Fulton kicked off their annual Street Festival in style Friday with live music, a carnival, vendors, food trucks and a hot air balloon glow.
Judicial candidate cites experience in courtroom
Walker, who faces Republican Tim Anderson in the Aug. 7 Republican primary for the post, has a long history in municipal courtrooms.
Winning numbers drawn in 'Show Me Cash' game
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Large police presence in northeast Columbia
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Right now there is a large police presence on Hickam Drive and Olympic Boulevard in northeast Columbia after reports of a person with a gun.ABC 17 News saw officers with guns drawn walking throughout the area.There were more than a dozen patrol cars and parts of Hickam Drive are curr
Fulton man convicted of a dozen sex crimes
A Callaway County jury convicted George Edward Martin, 58, guilty of the offenses of sodomy, statutory sodomy, sexual misconduct involving a child by inducement, enticement of a child, child molestation and sexual exploitation of a minor.
ATV crash puts two in university hospital
According to the report, Angel Castillo, 17, hit Hunter Henderson, 16, head-on after traveling near Skywater Road.
Crews respond to crash on 63 in Columbia
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Emergency crews responded to a crash on Highway 63 in Columbia Friday night.It happened near Grindstone Creek in the northbound lanes. Boone County Joint Communications urged drivers to avoid the area.As of 7 p.m., one northbound lane was still closed. All southbound lanes were open.
Madison street's collapsed wall withstands concert, still awaits fate
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The concert stage for Thursday Night Live relocated to its original location at the corner of Madison and E. High streets Thursday, which sits a few feet from the site of the crumbling wall that partially collapsed two weeks ago.
Gov. Parson signs first bills into law as governor
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Governor Parson signed his first bills as the Governor of Missouri on Friday, according to an official press release.
New Bloomfield responds to public criticism
The meeting was Shaw's first after being appointed in the position vacated by Greg Rehagen who cited health reasons when he resigned May 16. Shaw said the new interim clerk, from temp agency C&S Business Services, had been working before the appointment as a trial period. The clerk had signed the ag
Mokane rocked by resignations, again
There is no city official who was elected currently serving the city of Mokane following the resignation of the mayor and three aldermen. The only remaining alderwoman, Jo Belmont, was appointed earlier this year; she held a special meeting Friday appointing Tonya Clarke, Tyler Priess and Tyson Bish
Photo Gallery: Riding for Our Veterans Pro Bull Riding
Mark Wilson/News Tribune Carter Orscheln, 6, competes in mutton busting during Riding for Our Veterans - Pro Bull Riding at the Jefferson City Jaycees Fairgrounds Friday evening. He took first place. The event continues Saturday night.
Area woman killed in Wednesday accident
Jessi Wells, 35, went off the right side of the road and struck a tree. She was not wearing a seat belt and was pronounced dead after being taken to Lake Regional Hospital.
Jefferson City pastor's book connects God, nature
Taggart, director of education at Concord Baptist Church, who also happens to be an outdoorsman and avid fly fisherman, understands — to a degree. However, he wondered how deep that worship goes.
Historic display captures life in three rural towns
A small group of about a dozen Lohman-area residents have dedicated hundreds of hours to historical research — digging through old newspapers, tracking down leads and speaking with scattered relatives — to encapsulate centuries of Mid-Missouri life into the Lohman Historical Display, a countless col