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Columbia police officers shut down a roundabout on Mexico Gravel Road after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning. [Read More]
We're only one week away from election day and voters have been showing up to cast their ballot. Richmond County Board of Elections has been... [Read More]
Voters in 32 U.S. states and the District of Columbia will have the opportunity on Nov. 3 to approve or reject a wide range of... [Read More]
As the investigation into an illegal casino in British Columbia continues, more details are revealed about the players. [Read More]
Louis K. Smith, 88, widower of Helen "Drue" Smith, died on Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, at Prisma Heath Richland Hospital in Columbia. Born on... [Read More]
Historian and baseball fan Anthony Guerriero will visit the Morning Show on WJOP this Thursday, Oct. 29 to discuss the mysterious life of baseball catcher... [Read More]
Joshua DeGray, 43, of Columbia, Tennessee, is facing a charge of first-degree sexual assault, a felony. He was extradited from Tennessee and taken into custody... [Read More]
BLOOD DRIVE: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Columbia Colonnade, Buckhorn. Blood Drive: 1-6 p.m., Bethany UM Church, 116 Summerhill Ave., Berwick. Blood Drive: 2:30-7 p.m., East End... [Read More]
A 19-year-old Bloomsburg man who police say fired a handgun near homes in the 1200 block of Pine Street here this month waived a preliminary... [Read More]
A Southern Columbia School District employee has tested positive for coronavirus, but school buildings will remain open and no students will be required to quarantine,... [Read More]
BERNARD PRATHER, 95, of St. Albans, WV, passed away Friday, Oct. 16, 202, at Thomas Memorial Hospital. He was a WWII veteran and retired from... [Read More]
Local News with Bill Williams... [Read More]
Millions of Americans have been infected with COVID-19 and the death toll for the novel coronavirus in the U.S. has now suprasses 250 thousand people.... [Read More]
Democratic Senate Candidate Jamie Harrison and rapper Common toured Columbia before hosting a drive-in 'Get out the Vote Concert at Benedict College. South Carolina native... [Read More]
but probably not a... [Read More]
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The City of Columbia is going to receive an additional $737,588 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the Department of... [Read More]
Look for warmer temperatures over the next few days with some showers on Wednesday and more rain on Thursday. Then the temperatures plummet into the... [Read More]
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Ice is to blame for at least one crash on Highway 63 this afternoon according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash... [Read More]
Researchers from Columbia University say some believe cannabis, or marijuana, can serve as a substitute for opioids. [Read More]
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