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Columbia Woman Wins $3M on Scratch-Off Ticket

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A 49-year-old Columbia woman has won a $3 million prize in a Missouri Lottery game.

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Columbia Police Take New Look at Editor’s Slaying

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A Columbia police detective is taking a fresh look at a journalist's 2001 slaying after one of two men originally convicted of murder was freed after his case was overturned.

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Columbia Police Search for Suspect in Crime Spree

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia police say one person might be responsible for up to nine crimes including break-ins and one rape.

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Columbia’s True/False Film Festival Wins Grant from Oscars Group

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A Columbia documentary film festival has won financial support from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to continue exploring the boundaries between truth and fiction on the silver screen.

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“It Is Over”: Ryan Ferguson Released from Prison [PHOTOS]

"It Is Over."  Those are the words lawyer, Kathleen Zellner had written on a sky blue booklet and placed on the windows at the prison on Tuesday to let Ryan Ferguson know he was being released today. (Nov. 12).

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Columbia Conference Examines Health Reform

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Health policy experts from across the state were gathering Friday in Columbia to discuss the future of national health care reform.

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of October 4

Here's a look at all the events going on in our area this weekend. 

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Columbia City Council Nixes Game Day Street Closures

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia's City Council has rejected a request by eight downtown bars to close adjacent streets for outdoor revelry during a University of Missouri football game in late October.

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The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival Draws Closer, Check Out Their Mobile App [INTERVIEW]

The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is coming up in Sept. 20-22. It's going to be a huge event with lots of music and food down in Columbia at Stephens Lake Park. They're going to have all sorts of huge performances from names you know including The Black Crowes, Blues Traveler, Steve Earle, Mavis Staples, Johnny Winter, Bela Fleck, Samantha Fish and more.

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of September 13

Here's a look at all of our local events going on this weekend - there are quite a few! 

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