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Jazz concert series at Stephens Lake set to continue in August

Jazz concert series at Stephens Lake set to continue in August

Posted 9:03 AM 7/19/2018 by Parker Rehm, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

COLUMBIA - The United States Air Force (USAF) Band of Mid-America  is partnering with Columbia Parks and Recreation to present a jazz concert in August at Stephens Lake. 

According to the press release, the USAF Jazz Ensemble will perform at 6 PM CT on Monday, August 27th.

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Yesterday

Columbia leaders to present plans for Business Loop 70 renovations

Columbia leaders to present plans for Business Loop 70 renovations

Posted 6:49 AM 7/19/2018 by Mercedes Mackay, KOMU 8 News Reporter

COLUMBIA - Run-down buildings, scuffed up sidewalks and empty lots are what people first see when they exit off I-70 into Columbia. City leaders hope to change that.

The Loop Corridor Plan will be presented to the (More)

7/17/2018

UPDATE: 74-year-old Jerry Kinman's body found

UPDATE: 74-year-old Jerry Kinman's body found

Posted 6:19 AM 7/18/2018 by Eric Graves, KOMU 8 Reporter and Siena DeBolt and Naomi Klinge, KOMU 8 Digital Producers

CALLAWAY COUNTY - After four days of searching, Jerry Kinman has been found dead near Little Dixie Lake.

Kinman, 74, of Millersburg was last seen Friday night before going on a walk near Little Dixie Lake.

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Yesterday

MGM Resorts denies liability for Las Vegas shooting, sues victims to block lawsuits

MGM Resorts denies liability for Las Vegas shooting, sues victims to block lawsuits

Posted 5:38 AM 7/18/2018 by Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN

(CNN) -- The owner of the Mandalay Bay hotel says it bears no liability in last year's Las Vegas concert massacre and is asking the courts to extend it federal protections that shield companies who provide anti-terrorism products and services to civilians.

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7/17/2018

UPDATE: Boone County Fair carnival rides back on after passing inspection

UPDATE: Boone County Fair carnival rides back on after passing inspection

Posted 7:26 PM 7/18/2018 by Emma Claybrook, KOMU 8 Reporter

STURGEON - The carnival rides at the Boone County Fair are back up and running after closing unexpectedly just hours after the fair opened because they failed safety inspections.

The State Fire Marshal did a second round of inspections Wednesday and all of the rides passed. 

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