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Columbia police arrest man accused of hitting member of security team with car
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Columbia police arrested Joshua Knowles early Saturday morning after officers were dispatched to Club Vogue in the 900 block of Business Loop 70 East for a report of a vehicle collision and disturbance. Police said when they arrived on scene, Knowles was being detained by security.
Emergency crews respond to weather related crash
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Emergency crews responded to a weather related crash on Tuesday morning in the 900 block of Gray Oak Drive. According to public dispatch, more than 6 units were called to the scene. Police said the crash happened when the vehicle hit a patch of ice, went off the road and hit a tree
Couple accused of armed robbery at Hyvee also arrested on suspicion of stealing from Walmart
COLUMBIA, Mo. - A couple accused of armed robbery at a Hyvee parking lot is also accused of stealing from the Walmart Supercenter in the 3000 block of West Broadway. Police said Robert Crowley and Lesa Perryman entered Walmart on Wednesday and selected multiple items. Crowley handed the items to Pe
Boonville man accused of hitting two police officers
BOONVILLE, Mo. - A Boonville man has been charged with assault after officers were dispatched to Lakeview Health Care in reference to a resident assaulting another man. According to the probable cause statement, Elroy Hunter hit a victim in the head approximately five or six times. Hunter told offi
Court documents reveal more details about police chase with accused shooter
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Court documents reveal new details about a police chase with accused shooter, Lorenzo Shephard. ABC17 previously reported that Columbia police arrested Lorenzo Shephard, 22, in reference to an October shooting that happened near the Ruckus Bar and Grill. Police previously reported t
Law enforcement officers say victims have two responsibilities during an armed robbery
COLUMBIA, Mo. - UPDATE 1/15, 7:00 p.m.: Law enforcement officers said Monday that anyone involved in a robbery with an armed suspect has two responsibilities. First, doing what the suspect asks you to do could save your life. "No life or limb is worth whatever someone's going to get out of that ca
Schools cancel classes for Wednesday as frigid temperatures continue
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Some Mid-Missouri schools are canceling classes for Wednesday as frigid temperatures continue. While snow is not predicted, the extremely cold temperatures and wind chills are what school officials are worried about. For school closings, click here.
Car catches fire after driver tries to warm it up, Columbia firefighters say
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Columbia firefighters said they responded to reports of a vehicle fire around 7 a.m. in the 2300 block of Windmill Court. Firefighters said when they arrived at the scene a car was fully engulfed in flames. Firefighters said it took them about 10 minutes to extinguish the fire. Firef
I-81 southbound closes near Marathon
MARATHON, N.Y. -- Interstate 81 southbound has closed between exits 8 and 9, near Marathon because of a crash, according to 511 New York. Both lanes are blocked and southbound traffic is being diverted at exit 9 to Route 11, according to the site, which is managed by the New York Department of Tran
Could Syracuse remove snow from sidewalks like Rochester does?
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- With a new mayor and new Common Council, Syracuse policy talk has once again turned to the perennial issue of clearing snow from sidewalks. Last week, Mayor Ben Walsh said Syracuse will explore a snow removal program similar to one in Rochester. There, taxpayers fund a multi-milli
Fire damaged Rochester two-family home
Crews were able to bring the fire under control within 20 minutes. Everyone inside the home got out safely, and no one was hurt. Firefighters report there were smoke detectors in other parts of the home, but not in the attic. The Red Cross is helping one adult after the fire. Firefighters say the ca
What would you do with $1.5M? CNY man buys waterfalls, donates them to be parks
MANLIUS, NY - For years, Manlius resident Harold Jones admired the staggering beauty of the two-tiered waterfalls at Delphi Falls in Madison County. When Jones saw the 60-acre property off Cardner Road - which includes the waterfalls, land and a home on the property - were for sale, he was instantly
CNY Inspirations: The "Kings"
This feature is coordinated by The Post-Standard/Syracuse.com and InterFaith Works of CNY. Follow this theme and author posted Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The Rev. Kate Lufkin DayInterFaith Works of Central New York So about those three kings who saw a star and came from afar, they weren't kings.
Police: Rochester woman attempted to smuggle drugs into prison with baby
Greene's child was turned over to immediate family members. Greene is facing charges for felony first-degree promoting prison contraband, criminal possession of a controlled substance, promoting prison contraband, and endangering the welfare of a child, and criminal possession of marijuana. She was
IN FOCUS: A chance to lay out a plan
The first few weeks of January are often some of the most interesting of the entire year. Gov. Andrew Cuomo gives his State of the State address and prepares to unveil a budget proposal, the state legislative season kicks off, and on the local stage, governing bodies of all shapes and sizes reorgani
Spike: SAFE Act deadline approaching
PENN YAN - Yates County Sheriff Ron Spike said there are still some unknowns when it comes to the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013. What he does know, however, is that a deadline for complying with what is commonly known as the SAFE Act is fast approaching - and he is
Two arrested for DUI this weekend
Local law enforcement authorities arrest four people over the weekend, including two for driving under the influence. Clay Center Police arrested Jordan Clare Pendergast, 24, on Sunday, Jan. 14 for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. She bonded Sunday on a $500 cash or surety bond. Clay
Tomorrow's mobile food pantry at Shopko lot cancelled
The Mobile Food pantry held on the third Wednesday of the month has been cancelled for tomorrow due to the extreme cold and slick conditions. Schools also cancelled class today due to the extreme cold and wind chill, and there was no mini-bus service in Clay Center today. The Mobile Food pantry held
10 YEARS AGO ON JANUARY 16: Purse, CD player stolen at residences
The Clay Center Police Department investigated a burglary-theft incident reported last Wednesday at the Velma Lang residence, 410 W. Court Apt. 20. Police said someone stole Lang's purse containing $150. Police also investigated a burglary-theft incident reported this morning at the Benjamin Davis r
Taco John's gives back: Nacho sales fill the shelves at food pantry
For the past few years, the Beatrice Community Food Pantry's shelves have stayed stocked, thanks in part to Christmassy nachos. Taco John's owners Dave and Sheila Rosno donated a check for $3,095.27 to the Beatrice Community Food Pantry on Monday as something that's become an annual tradition. Throu