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Man pleads guilty for role in large cocaine, prostitute ring

Officials say Wright set up an agreement with another well-known criminal from Columbia, Malcolm Redmon. They claim Wright agreed to teach Redmon how to establish a prostitute ring, and in exchange, Redmon would help Wright deal cocaine.

Family, friends, and leaders gather to remember late Missouri Auditor

Several state leaders gathered Tuesday in Clayton to remember late Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich.

New sirens tested in Boone Co., Columbia during state tornado drill

Boone County's new outdoor warning sirens were tested as part of a statewide tornado drill Tuesday afternoon. 

Missouri unemployment rate increases slightly in January

Missouri unemployment rate increased slightly in January to 5.5 percent while the state's nonfarm employment went up 14,300 jobs.

Ferguson panel challenges St. Louis to "face its reality"

On Tuesday the city confirmed it's received a copy of the Justice Department report showing patterns of racial bias. A law enforcement official told The Associated Press the investigation found officers disproportionately used excessive force against blacks and too often charged them with petty offenses.

Columbia leaders continue to discuss trash service

Columbia city leaders met with residents several times last month to discuss how the city operates its trash service. 

Police looking for more vandals in downtown Columbia

Police looking for more vandals in downtown Columbia

Police are searching for more suspects responsible for a string of vandalism in downtown Columbia.

Danforth cites political bullying in Schweich eulogy

Former U.S. Sen. John Danforth has suggested that political bullying led Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich to fatally shoot himself.

All sirens in Jefferson City sound properly for state drill

All 30 sirens in Jefferson City sounded properly Tuesday along with the 14 sirens in Cole County.

Lincoln University to host Jefferson City mayor candidate forum

Candidates for Jefferson City mayor are coming together for the first time Tuesday night at a forum hosted by Lincoln University.

Netanyahu addresses Congress

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Relationship gets worse for Obama, Netanyahu

U.S. presidents and Israeli prime ministers, however sharply they disagree, simply do not take public pot shots at one another for the world to see. Until now.

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