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Proposed initiative petitions would up Missouri minimum wage

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Three initiative petitions to increase Missouri's minimum wage have been approved for circulation.

Man charged with hate crime at University of Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — An 18-year-old man faces a preliminary hearing this month on a hate crime charge after a University of Missouri residence hall was vandalized.

Groups seek meeting with Missouri AG over profiling report

ST. LOUIS (AP) — At least eight civil rights advocacy groups want to meet with Missouri's top law enforcer to discuss his office's latest findings that black drivers are 75 percent more likely to be stopped in the state than white drivers.

Columbia woman on trial for last year's Super Bowl shooting

Day two of a trial is underway in a Columbia double shooting during last year's Super Bowl. Eugenia Dyer, 37, of Columbia, is accused of shooting her brother and cousin near Rice Road in Columbia on February 2, 2014. Dyer's case originally ended in a mistrial back in March.

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Commission looks to add East Campus to brick street rules

The Historic Preservation Commission wants to add streets in the East Campus neighborhood to a proposed policy on brick streets.

A look at Boone Co. response for crashes, changes made on Creasy Springs Road

The debate over the safety of a Columbia road continues the night after the issue was discussed at a city council meeting.

Mexico man sentenced to 15 years for rape, assault

A Mexico man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for rape and domestic assault charges he was convicted of in April.

TSA investigation sparks concern

TSA investigation sparks concern at Columbia Regional Airport

The results of an internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration, TSA, has many people concerned about the safety of U.S. airports.

JC Mayor stands behind Missouri pot laws

The mayor of Jefferson City has taken a stance to keep marijuana away from children.

Columbia Public Works crews out on Mills Drive putting in a speed hump

Speed humps helping to slow traffic

Road work to cut down on speeders in a Columbia neighborhood wrapped up Monday evening.

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McLennan County Sheriff's Office

Texas biker shootout: Suspect sues city, cops

Matt Clendennen is grateful to be out of jail, but struggling to hold his life together.

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