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Cole Co. drunk driving crash sends five children to the hospital

Cole Co. drunk driving crash sends five children to the hospital

Posted 9:18 AM 9/2/2014 by Drew Whiteman, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

COLE COUNTY - Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers arrested a Creve Coeur man Monday for suspicion of driving while intoxicated after a car accident in Cole County sent five children to the hospital.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol report said 59-year-old James V. O'Brien was (More)...

Labor Day weekend reports show fewer deaths, DWIs than 2013

Police say Pine Lawn teen threatened officer with a gun, ran away

Missouri firefighter injured battling house fire

Former Mamtek CEO set to make plea in fraud case

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Flash floods block Columbia roads

Flash floods block Columbia roads

Posted 9:01 PM 9/1/2014 by Taylor Mitchell, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

BOONE COUNTY - Boone County Public Safety officials released roads that have been affected by the flash flooding Monday night.

As a reminder, please avoid driving through the water and also try to avoid the areas as much as possible. Stay tuned to (More)...

Missouri native represents Kansas in 2014 Miss America Pageant

Future of Columbia's trash bag program in question

Mizzou ROTC to name new cannon

Tokyo man runs 155th marathon in Columbia

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KOMU 8 News survey asks you about bullying

KOMU 8 News survey asks you about bullying

Posted 3:24 PM 8/31/2014 by Annie Hammock, KOMU 8 Interactive Director

COLUMBIA - KOMU 8 News is preparing a special program on the problem of bullying among children and teens and you can help by taking our survey.

More than 27 percent of young people (More)...

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Breaks sought for proposed biotech office park

Breaks sought for proposed biotech office park

Posted 10:40 AM 9/1/2014 by The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY (AP) - Backers of a proposed biotech office park in south Kansas City are preparing to seek tax breaks for the 350-acre project.

Called Oxford on the Blue, the office park would be bigger than Sprint's headquarters or Corporate Woods in Overland Park, Kansas.

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