One person has been arrested in relation to a domestic incident in which shots were fired on Forest Avenue in Columbia on June 30th.
Columbia Police confirm investigation led to the arrest of 39 year old Douglas Antonio Lee in the 6100 block of Wagon Trail Road.
Detectives observed Lee sitting in a vehicle in the area. When they approached, Lee fled the scene dropping a baggie containing more than 4 grams of meth, and another that contained a powdery substance.
He was taken to the Boone County Jail.
Paris Teen With Serious Injuries in Monroe County Accident Two Separate accidents in Monroe County yesterday (Tuesday) have left a 17-year-old and 18-year-old with injuries. One accident happened just before 9pm last night on Route A, 4.5 miles north of Holliday. A 17-year-old male juvenile of Paris was traveling south on Route A, hit a…Continue Reading
KWWR Sports Report 6/29/22 Missouri and Kansas will meet in men’s basketball on Saturday, December 10th. The match-up was revealed by KU’s non-conference schedule release yesterday (Tuesday) on social media. Mizzou and Kansas will play for a second straight season after series resumed in 2021 following a nine year hiatus. The game’s tip-off time and…Continue Reading
Mexico and Vandalia YMCA Offering a Kids Eat Free Program This Summer A kids eat free program is underway at the YMCA in Mexico and Vandalia. Debbie Hopke the executive director of the Vandalia YMCA says the program is for all children 18 and under. No income guidelines, registration, or enrollment is required. The program…Continue Reading
City of Mexico May Rename Garfield Park After Hometown Hero Tyronn Lue Soon The City of Mexico may soon change the name of Garfield Park and rename it after hometown hero and head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers Tyronn Lue. Mexico City Councilwoman Dr. Ayanna Shivers says the name change was proposed by Mexico…Continue Reading