Continuous News

Today

Ashland police officer recognized after December shooting

Ashland police officer recognized after December shooting

Posted 1:05 PM 1/22/2020 by KOMU 8 News Staff

ASHLAND - Ashland Police Officer George Roberson was recognized at last night's Ashland Board of Alderman meeting for his actions after being shot at while on duty late on December 17, 2019.

(More)...

Yesterday

Lucky's Market in Columbia to stay open as other locations close

Lucky's Market in Columbia to stay open as other locations close

Posted 8:07 PM 1/21/2020 by Evan Musil, Columbia Missourian

COLUMBIA—Lucky's Market in Columbia will remain open, while the two other Missouri stores, and others across the country will close.

Lucky's Market will be shutting down "as many as 32 of its 39 stores" nationwide,  (More)

Today

STORM MODE: Winter Mix Begins with Winter Weather Possible Through Friday

STORM MODE: Winter Mix Begins with Winter Weather Possible Through Friday

Posted 12:23 PM 1/22/2020 by Kenton Gewecke, KOMU 8 Chief Meteorologist, Matt Beckwith & Tim Schmidt, KOMU 8 Meteorologists

MID-MISSOURI - A multi-day storm system is on its way to Missouri and could lead to icy roads and snow accumulations from Wednesday through Friday. We now have decent confidence in a slightly warmer temperature for Wednesday and better confidence on temperatures through Friday. This has given us (More)

Yesterday

Man who opened fire at KC club had past weapon charge dropped

Man who opened fire at KC club had past weapon charge dropped

Posted 1:05 PM 1/21/2020 by The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A gunman who opened fire outside of a Kansas City nightclub, killing a woman and injuring at least 15 other people before a guard killed him, had a past weapons charge dropped after lawmakers loosened the state’s gun laws.

Jahron Swift, 29, had been in (More)

1/20/2020

Former KBIA, KOMU News Director Rod Gelatt Dies

Former KBIA, KOMU News Director Rod Gelatt Dies

Posted 5:22 PM 1/20/2020 by KBIA Staff

COLUMBIA - Missouri School of Journalism Professor Emeritus Rod Gelatt died Sunday January 19, at his home in Arizona. He was 93.

Gelatt joined the MU faculty in 1963, and during his more than 45-year tenure served as News Director of both KBIA and KOMU-TV. According to Journalism (More)

Columbia, MO
Broken Clouds 32°
3pm 35°
4pm 33°
5pm 35°
6pm 34°