- Missouri Job Center
- Voluntary Action Center
- The Salvation Army Columbia Social Services
- Temporary Assistance
Columbia Police responded to a report of a stabbing Friday afternoon on Apple Tree Court, which resulted in one arrest.
The stabbing was a result of domestic disturbance in the 200 block.
Jayce Phillips, an 18-year-old female, was arrested for domestic assault. The victim was identified as a 26-year-old male with moderate injuries. The victim was transported to a local emergency room in a personal vehicle.
According to the Missouri COVID-19 dashboard, 26.6% of Randolph County residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine and 21.5% of residents are fully vaccinated.
Randolph County looks to increase these numbers by educating and encouraging residents to get vaccinated. Recently a Randolph County nurse spoke to a company about the importance of vaccination.
Vaccine registration is available on their website.
- Boone County Government Center, 801 E. Walnut St.
- Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services, 1005 W. Worley St.
- Activity and Recreation Center, 1701 W. Ash St.
An additional two cooling centers can be found at local Salvation Army locations, according to a Friday news release.
Temperatures are expected to rise to 93 degrees Monday and will range from the upper 80s to lower 90s throughout the week.
KOMU 8 First alert weather reported the best ways to handle the heat. To prevent heat related illnesses, avoid being outside for long periods of time and stay hydrated. If going outside is unavoidable, wear sunscreen, find shade and continue drinking water.
The weekend will bring some changes to this escalating heat, in that we will break the trend of warmer days.
Warmer temperatures will continue into next week. The warmest day looks to be Monday with highs near the middle-90s, however, with low humidity values this will be more of a dry heat. In fact, the humidity most of the week will remain low. Another one of these fronts will pass through on Tuesday, dipping temperatures into the upper 80s to near 90.