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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Heine finds balance

Columbia Police Department Deputy Chief Karla Heine knew she was going to be a police officer as early as sixth grade.  “I was always interested...

Man in custody after fleeing I-255 traffic stop

A man was apprehended in Dupo late Monday morning after the vehicle he was driving fled from a traffic stop attempt on I-255 northbound...

Unlocked vehicles entered in Columbia

Police are investigating after three vehicles were unlawfully entered in the 1300 block of North Glenwood Drive in Columbia early Sunday morning. All of...

Millstadt woman killed in St. Louis hit and run

A Millstadt woman was killed and a man was seriously injured when they were struck by a vehicle while walking in south St. Louis...

New deaths reported as COVID cases keep falling

The death toll from the novel coronavirus is now at 93 in Monroe County after two more deaths were reported Sunday. The details of those...

Guilty plea in Hopkins death

One of two men charged in the 2019 fatal shooting of Illinois State Police Trooper Nicholas Hopkins of Waterloo changed his plea from not...

DUI arrest near Red Bud

Emergency personnel responded to what was called in as a single-vehicle crash on LL Road at Route 159 near Red Bud shortly after 10:45...

Death investigation near Columbia

The death of a 65-year-old man found deceased in his residence on Tuesday is under investigation. Monroe County Coroner Bob Hill said his office...

End of snow days in Columbia?

The Columbia School District may no longer have snow days after this year, depending on what Superintendent Chris Grode recommends after examining the issue...

Criminal justice reform becomes law

A few weeks after it passed the Illinois Legislature, Gov. JB Pritzker signed House Bill 3653, now called the Safe-T Act, into law on...

Waterloo School Board OKs in-person; turf work

The Waterloo School Board approved a plan at its meeting Monday night to bring the most students physically back to school since the pandemic began...

Scrutinizing vaccine claims

(This is the second part of an ongoing series focused on examining misconceptions, concerns and myths about the COVID-19 vaccine).   As more people continue to...
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