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Columbia woman hopes to draw tourists, locals with food tours

Columbia woman hopes to draw tourists, locals with food tours

Posted 1:44 PM 12/28/2014 by Tatiana Darie, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - Kerri Linder, from Columbia, has two passions: food and history. While on a trip to South Carolina, she found the perfect idea to combine the two and decided to launch her new project, Columbia Culinary Tours.

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Ferguson police spokesman suspended after 'trash' remark

5 people, including 4 youths, die in KC crash

Missouri lawmakers uncertain about budget powers

Yesterday

Lawmakers: Student transfer issue unresolved

Lawmakers: Student transfer issue unresolved

Posted 8:04 PM 12/27/2014 by The Associated Press

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - Missouri lawmakers and the governor are in talks to tackle issues with students transferring out of failing schools.

Legislative leaders said student transfer policy is a main priority for next session, and they've already discussed potential solutions with Gov. Jay (More)...

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New administrator will live at Stephens College

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12/26/2014

Makeshift memorial to Michael Brown has been restored

Makeshift memorial to Michael Brown has been restored

Posted 5:21 PM 12/26/2014 by The Associated Press

FERGUSON (AP) - A makeshift memorial to Michael Brown has been restored by his supporters, after it was apparently hit by a car.

Social media reports about damage to the memorial started early Friday. Supporters were out before dawn rebuilding the memorial.

It is not known who (More)...

Columbia man hit and killed by car on Highway 63

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12/25/2014

Holiday sales, not over yet

Posted 4:24 PM 12/25/2014 by Angela Pearson, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - With Christmas in the past, the holiday sales are not.

The National Retail Federation reports that the holiday season sales accounts for 30 percent of most store's annual sales.

A local store manager shared how this statistic applies to her.

"Our holiday Black (More)...

12/26/2014

Concerns raised about homeless near parks, schools

Concerns raised about homeless near parks, schools

Posted 12:38 PM 12/26/2014 by The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Charitable groups in Kansas City, Missouri, are being asked not to feed the homeless near parks or schools, over concerns that doing so could violate a state law restricting where sex offenders are allowed to be.

The Kansas City Star reports that police discovered a (More)...

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