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Millennials have jobs, but still live with parents

It might seem shameful to previous generations, but Millennials are in no rush to move out of mom and dad's -- even after they've landed jobs.

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List of top 10 consumer complaints released

Shady car dealers, shoddy home-repair jobs and credit card fees top the list of complaints people have about their interactions with businesses in 2014.

Food Bank summer feeding program reaches 600 plus kids

Hundreds of kids are flocking to mid-Missouri parks for a free lunch provided by the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.

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America still leaves disabled behind

Jordan Gallacher hasn't had a job in three years. Many employers reject him with a form letter or email, but one said outright: "We don't hire blind people."

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The science of cell phones and brain tumors

The city of Berkeley, California, passed a law that goes into effect next month requiring cell phone stores to inform customers about safety recommendations. The move reopened a decades-old debate about whether mobile phones cause brain tumors.

Stoned App

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How stoned are you? This app has the answer

You smoked and you're stoned. But how high are you? Now there's an app for that.

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Study: Fatherhood can make you fat

A new study by Northwestern Medicine released in the American Journal of Men's Health suggests that becoming a father can make you fatter.

USDA: Bird flu vaccine works in chickens, tested on turkeys

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Scientists have developed a vaccine strain that is 100 percent effective in protecting chickens from bird flu and testing is underway to see if it protects turkeys.

Hundreds to gather for boy with inoperable tumor

Fundraisers still planned for boy who died of inoperable tumor

ABC 17 News has confirmed a young boy with an inoperable brain tumor has passed away.

MoDOT, city engineers discuss pedestrian safety with task force

With nearly 20 binders filled with thick planning documents and federal rules sitting in the back of the room, engineers with MoDOT and the City of Columbia explained in one hour their guidelines for construction of pedestrian facilities.

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