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State auditor pension survey raises concerns

The numbers are in and state officials said they're concerning.  Missouri's state auditor released survey results highlighting the financial condition of public employee pension plans.   State officials said more than a dozen of Missouri's pension plans are highly problematic.  

MU gives grants for biomedical researc

MU gives grants for biomedical research

Tuesday, the University of Missouri gave six grants to help forward biomedical research projects.

Trial begins for accused Columbia shooting suspect

The trial for a man accused of shooting his girlfriend began Tuesday in Columbia. 

Director of Social Services grilled by lawmakers

Monday, State Representatives on the Appropriations Committee asked Department of Social Services Director Brian Kinkade along with three other members of Social Services what the "glitch" actually is.

Columbia police investigate MU stue

Columbia police investigate death of MU student

Tuesday, Columbia police are investigating a death at the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity house near the University of Missouri campus.

Fire damages 4 businesses, closes road in Osage Beach

Six businesses were affected by a fire in Osage Beach Tuesday afternoon.

Mexico woman charged for selling meth after attempting to shoplift

A Mexico woman was arrested for drugs Tuesday morning after allegedly attempting to shoplift at Family Dollar in Fulton.

University of Missouri gets $830,00 federal grants

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri has been awarded two federal grants worth more than $830,000 to implement programs on family farms.

Ferguson officer shot

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Officer had no time to turn on body camera

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Ferguson police say an officer shot in the arm was wearing a body camera, but that he didn't have time to turn it on.

Impact of events center closing causing concern

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Boone County officials and some vendors say they are concerned the closing of the Central Missouri Events Center could hurt the region's economy.

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CDC: First diagnosed case of Ebola in the US

A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, health officials announced Tuesday.

The man, whose identity was not released, left Liberia on September 19 and arrived in the United States on ...

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