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New crosswalk designed to boost safety in Jefferson City

Councilman in Jefferson City are set to decide who the bid will go to for the Dunklin crosswalk project at tonight's meeting. Although public works officials say it's one of the small projects they are working on, they say it's extremely important because it invovles the safety of pedestrians.

Three Boone County businesses cited for selling alcohol to a minor

The Boone County Sheriff's Department sent an undercover minor to 10 businesses in Boone County for alcohol compliance checks Saturday night.

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How to find your type of lover

What kind of font are you? Which do you find most attractive? And how can this help with your love life?

Police increase security at Blue Note due to group known for excessive partying

Columbia police beefed up security at the Blue Note Friday after learning a group known for excessive partying, "I'm Schmacked," would be in town.

Car runs into retaining wall in Columbia

A man is recovering after the car he was driving ran into a retaining wall in Columbia.

Yorktown Drive and Rolling Hills Drive

Jefferson City neighborhood concerned about new St. Mary's Hospital traffic

That's why Royal Speidel, who lives on Yorktown Drive, decided to bring neighbors together to meet with city and hospital leaders. Speidel fears his neighbors will move away if the traffic becomes a problem.

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Big solar storm hitting Earth

Youvathana Sok looked up and saw more than just stars in the crisp, clear Maine night sky.

A colorful, spectacular showing of the aurora borealis greeted Sok, a CNN iReporter, and others at Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National park on Friday.

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Cure burnout, lose 25 lbs: The perks of taking a sabbatical

It can be just what's needed when you're burnt out, disenchanted with work or have just been laid off.

MusiCorps for Wounded Warriors


Healing power of music helps wounded warriors

When Capt. Greg Galeazzi joined the Army seven years ago, he was well aware of the risks he would face.

Thousands head to Lake Of The Ozarks for annual bike festival

Thousands pack their saddle bags, don their leather apparel, and head down for the weekend's festivities. Lake Ozark resident and biker Patty Forsythe said, "we look forward to it every year, every year they've got great vendors and music and food and just the camaraderie of it".

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