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Y107 Is Stealing Back Christmas

Someone has tried to steal Christmas from area kids and families. We’re asking you to help us make things right, as Y107 is “Stealing Back Christmas”. Our hearts are broken upon hearing the news that not one, but two different storage units belonging to local community serving organizations were broken into. Both were in Fulton, Mo. One belonged to Toys …

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Justin Timberlake Reschedules December Missouri Stops

Justin Timberlake tour poster with postponed label

We saw this coming, and last night, the reality hit: there will be no Justin Timberlake for Christmas in Missouri this year. But thankfully, there’s some good news. In a major announcement last night via Instagram, Justin Timberlake announced all shows through the end of the year are postponed, including December 10th at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, and …

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Hyvee on W. Broadway Evacuated; Area Schools on Lockdown

UPDATE: (2:20p) After a reported small controlled explosion, police have issued an all clear at the West Broadway Hy-Vee. They are removing caution tape. Employees are being allowed back inside, reportedly with a cheer.   ——— UPDATE: (1:05p) – A suspect is reportedly in custody.  Update at 1:03 p.m. – A person of interest is now in custody. CITIZEN ALERT: …

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Best of Columbia Party 2018

Best of Columbia 2018

Come celebrate the best food and drink that Columbia, MO has to offer on May 3rd at the Parkade Plaza with Inside Columbia Magazine! Kudos and congratulations to the Best of Columbia 2018 winners!

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MIZZOU Sports Properties Extends Radio Deal With Zimmer Radio Group

Zimmer Radio Groups KCMQ-FM, KTGR-AM/FM, KWOS-AM/FM  to Carry Games, Coaches’ Shows, Other Mizzou Content for Five More Years COLUMBIA, Mo. (April 04, 2018) – Learfield’s Mizzou Sports Properties, exclusive athletics multimedia rights holder for the University of Missouri, announced today a five-year radio agreement extension with Mid-Missouri based Zimmer Radio Group and its KCMQ-FM, KTGR-AM, KTGR-FM and KWOS-AM stations.       …

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How Much Will Your Missouri Wedding Cost?

Missouri Wedding Bride with piggy bank in front of Missouri flag raining money

You’ve found the love of your life, and recently got engaged. Now the gut drops, as you look at the expense of planning a wedding. What will your Missouri Wedding cost? How much should you budget saving? What’s the average cost for a dress or the venue?  TheKnot.com just released their 2017 Real Weddings Survey, where they talked to roughly …

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Snowmageddon Again? Not So Fast. However…

It started last night, and trickled into this morning. Another winter blast was on its way, and panic started to set in. So how much is coming and how concerned due we need to be? Here’s the latest. TONIGHT Tonight, a system the wreaked havoc across Iowa will impact the North eastern part of the state, but should leave a …

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Get Your Freeze On: Polar Plunge Coming March 3

Every year, for some crazy reason, a bunch of wild, costumed individuals decide to walk, run, or crawl into frigid winter waters with excitement. Have you experienced the joys of the Annual Polar Plunge? So it’s not for a “crazy reason”. Instead, it serves as a major fundraiser for Special Olympics Athletes* across the country. Y107 is proud to partner with …

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Eat and Celebrate the Best of Columbia

You voted, and waited, and the results have come in.  Now it’s time to celebrate the best food and drink that Columbia, MO has to offer!  Every year, Inside Columbia Magazine puts together their “Best of Columbia” list. This year, they did things a little differently. Instead of doing every single category all in one shot, they broke it up …

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Columbia Ranks As One Of Top College Towns in America

No argument here! Each year, the American Institute for Economic Research does a survey using nine economic, demographic, and quality-of-life factors, like rent, diversity, and bars and restaurants.  The town also has be less than 250,000 people. And once again, Columbia has made the list!

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Columbia Police Need Your Help

Around 1:40p Monday, 2 armed men robbed the Breaktime Convenience store on Nebraska Ave. near N. Providence and Interstate 70.  Today, photos of the suspects (pictured above) have been released, and the Columbia police are asking your help identifying the suspects. Thankfully, there were no injuries or property damage reported. However, the suspects reportedly took an undisclosed amount of cash before fleeing …

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Columbia’s Own Carl Edwards Retiring?

Say it ain’t so! Columbia’s own NASCAR hero, Carl Edwards, is apparently calling it quits. Reports: Carl Edwards exits No. 19; Suárez moves up with @JoeGibbsRacing. ➡️ https://t.co/l6xCvgIgOh pic.twitter.com/YZnjCusJfN — NASCAR (@NASCAR) January 10, 2017 There’s not a whole lot of information at this point, but we will certainly know more tomorrow morning during a press conference with Joe Gibbs …

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