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Jefferson City hires 93 new teachers

Missouri teacher initiative survives challenge

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge has rejected a legal challenge to a November ballot proposal that asks voters whether to link teachers' jobs to the performance of their students.

I-70 open again following large wreck

A wreck involving several semi trucks closed westbound I-70 west of Columbia for more than two hours overnight.

Doctors say there is little chance of Ebola coming to Mid-Missouri

Doctor Stevan Whitt with the University Hospital said there should be no concern regarding the daily flights out of the Columbia Regional Airport to and from Dallas.

Some roads flooded in Mid-Missouri

Emergency officials warn drivers to watch out for water on the roadways

Missouri Realtors urge members to use caution

The Missouri Realtors president said precautions need to be put in place to ensure the safety of the state's realtors.  This comes after an Arkansas realtor disappeared while on the job.  Officials later found her body buried behind a concrete mixing plant.  

Highway Patrol leaders voice concerns about lack of training

During more than five hours of hearings Wednesday, a bipartisan group of state representatives discussed the effectiveness of the 2011 water patrol merger into the Highway Patrol.

Severe storms leave damage over Mid-Missouri

Severe thunderstorms plowed through Mid-Missouri Wednesday afternoon, leaving damage in the western part of the viewing area, in Cooper, Morgan, and Pettis counties.

Ameren plans to reduce coal-fired power plants

Ameren Missouri say it plans to reduce its reliance on coal-fired power plants over the next two decades.

One person injured in Jefferson City shooti

One person injured in Jefferson City shooting

Police say injuries are non-life threatening

School testing, SAT

Review of Missouri education standards divisive

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Parents and teachers are hoping for the best but bracing for what could be months of fighting over education standards for Missouri schoolchildren.

Texas Health Presbyterian, Ebola

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US Ebola case: Searching for contacts

Health officials are reaching out to as many as 100 people who may have had contact with the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., a spokeswoman with the Texas Department of State Health Services said Thursday.

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