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Missouri’s State Treasurer to discuss process of safe deposit boxes

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) On Thursday morning, Missouri’s State Treasurer plans to discuss the open and inventory process of safe deposit boxes. In Missouri, there’s a virtual lost and found people can visit for any unclaimed property. How to access unclaimed property: Search the treasurer database for unclaimed propertyPut in first, and last name and cityA list of unclaimed properties

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Bond hearing scheduled for Columbia man charged with murder in weekend shooting

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ.) 33-year-old suspect, Kimo Spivey is expected to make an appearance in court Thursday afternoon for a bond hearing.  According to online court records, Spivey is facing several charges for the shooting death of Melvin Hooker III. The 33-year-old is charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action, and weapons charges. Police responded to reports of multiple

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Citizens Police Review Board hears from public after incident involving two officers

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Several members of the public spoke to the Columbia Citizens Police Review Board about the police department’s use-of-force policy during a meeting Wednesday night. The board was scheduled to have an official discussion about the Columbia Police Department’s use-of-force policy. The board voted unanimously to table a couple of items on the

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What’s next for Columbia Board of Education following sudden resignation of board member

COLUMBIA Mo. (KMIZ.) There are several next steps for the Columbia Board of Education after one of its board members suddenly announced her resignation. Board member Katherine Sasser made her announcement at Monday night’s meeting. She voiced her concern citing state legislation targeting LGBTQ families and students. Sasser says her family no longer feels safe

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Columbia Commission to discuss survey results on proposed changes to short-term rentals

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ.) On Thursday, Columbia’s Planning and Zoning Commission is set to discuss survey results on proposed changes to short-term rentals. This issue has been up for debate between city leaders since 2018 and commissioners have been working to prepare a final draft of proposed regulations since September.  In Columbia, there are currently about 370 active short-term

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