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Zach Boetto anchors the weekend morning and weekday 9 a.m. & noon newscasts for ABC 17. You can find up-to-the-minute information on Zach’s social media, @ABC17Zach on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Columbia commission to discuss next step in Discovery Parkway expansion.

Columbia commission approves entertainment complex off Discovery Parkway

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Columbia’s Planning & Zoning Commission approved a new addition Thursday night to a Discovery Parkway development expansion. The development called “The Kitchen” is expected to include retail, residential and outdoor recreation. The idea comes from P1316, a company owned by the Odle family, which developed the nearby Aria Apartments. The Columbia City

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Jefferson City Schools background data 2021-2022 attendance areas.

Public gives feedback on Jefferson City Schools boundary adjustments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) The Jefferson City community will gave some input Tuesday night on possible boundary changes for Jefferson City Schools. The JC Schools Boundary Line Advisory Committee is proposing four preliminary attendance area changes. JEFFERSON CITY SCHOOLS ATTENDANCE AREA PRESENTATIONDownload The meeting Tuesday night was the second for the public to give feedback

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Columbia City Hall Council Chambers.

Columbia City Council approves ‘Ward Reapportionment Committee’ and amendments to Citizens Police Review Board

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The Columbia City Council approved a resolution Monday to establish a Ward Reapportionment Committee. Establishing a Ward Reapportionment CommitteeDownload The committee is responsible for recommending to the council, to change the geography of the city’s six wards, based on the 2020 census data. Ward boundaries are reviewed roughly every 10 years to

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University of Missouri conduct history shows pattern of bad behavior among fraternities.

University of Missouri conduct history shows pattern of bad behavior among fraternities

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Dozens of fraternities at the University of Missouri over the last four years have violated the school’s standard conduct. From alcohol distribution violations to hazing violations and most recently, COVID-19 policy violations, the university has decided to sanction many of the fraternities as a consequence of violating the policies. According to the

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