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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Waterloo man sentenced for fraud

A Waterloo man was sentenced to prison on Thursday on a federal fraud charge. Timothy P. Mayer, 42, of Waterloo, was ordered to serve 18...

CPD welcomes new K9

Raz, a dual-purpose K9, will soon join furry co-workers Daggo and Blu at the Columbia Police Department.  “They’re an invaluable resource,” Raz’s handler Kyle Hannon...

Fatal crash involving vehicle, pedestrian in Prairie du Rocher

Emergency personnel responded shortly after 10 p.m. Thursday to a crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian on Bluff Road about one mile east...

Roider found not guilty

After a week of trial proceedings and approximately 2.5 years in jail, Kyle M. Roider walked out of the Monroe County Courthouse early Friday...

Columbia liquor store burglarized

Police are investigating a burglary early Sunday morning at Red Roof Liquor & Lottery, 301 Southport Drive in Columbia. At about 4 a.m., the front...

Crash early Sunday morning in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded about 3:30 a.m. Sunday to a vehicle rollover crash on Valmeyer Road near West Park Bowl in Columbia. The vehicle, a...

Wrongful death filing in Lake of the Ozarks drowning

In early August, 21-year-old Sean P. Jouglard of Waterloo was found deceased in deep Lake of the Ozarks waters. Now, his mother has filed...

Tense situation Tuesday evening in Hecker

A man who fired a gun in his garage in Hecker following an argument with his spouse was detained by police during a tense...

WPD getting new police dog

In a few short weeks, Waterloo residents will notice a new member of the police department: a fun-loving, hard-working German shepherd named Tobi.  Tobi will...

Saturday crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded shortly before 12:10 p.m. Saturday to a two-vehicle crash on Route 3 at North Main Street in Columbia. There was lane...

Classic car goes up in flames

The Waterloo Fire Department responded shortly after 11:45 a.m. Thursday to a fully involved vehicle fire on Route 3 southbound just south of Hanover...

Court sides with Sheri Coleman family in lawsuit against ministry

An appeals court on Tuesday sided with attorneys for the family of slain Columbia mother Sheri Coleman in remanding to Monroe County Circuit Court...
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