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What information do new homeowners really get?

When a home is completely trashed, like the one being rented on Schumate Chapel Drive in Cole County, does the new owner or renter have the right to know?

Aspen Heights robber sentenced to 8 years in prison

A Columbia man was sentenced to 8 years in prison following two robbery charges at Aspen Heights student apartments.

Columbia city councilwoman wants tobacco products restricted for those under 21

A substance that kills on average 7,000 people in Columbia could soon be restricted to those 21 and under.   

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CDC

Severe respiratory illness confirmed in 12 states

NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials say 12 states now have respiratory illnesses caused by an uncommon virus — enterovirus 68.

Missouri unemployment rate drops slightly

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new report shows Missouri's unemployment rate dipped slightly last month while the state lost 3,100 nonfarm jobs.

Water patrol preparing for busy summer

Missouri panel to review highway, water merger

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers plan to review the effects of a 2011 merger of the state Highway and Water patrols after a man drowned this year while in trooper custody.

Jefferson City man charged after stabbing

A Jefferson City man is charged after allegedly stabbing his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend, and damaging his car early Tuesday morning.

Columbia city council approves 2015 budget

The Columbia city council approved the $428 million budget for fiscal year 2015 Monday night.

Doctors try new business model for improved care

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Doctors try new business models to improve care

Dr. Myriam Ensling made the old dentist's office she moved to in 2012 her new place of business, even with the dental lamps hanging from the ceiling.

Community helps family after tragedy

Just days after a Russellville family suffers a dual tragedy, their community is coming together to help them.

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Obama: US ready to take lead in Ebola fight

After an in-person briefing from the staff at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced a "major increase" in the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

The United States will ...

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