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Stoplight timeline

In August 2005, Krysten Chambrot was struck by two vehicles at the intersection of College and Rollins avenues.

Finding campus decorations

WATER BOND ISSUE EFFECT ON RATES

Columbia voters will decide on a $38.9 million bond measure on Nov. 4.

Water Bond Issue Effect on Rates

Columbia voters will decide on bond measure that would allow Columbia Water and Light to repair or replace water mains and flow systems across the city.

MISSOURI'S 9TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Police chief qualities

Opinions on police chief

Impaired streams

News release on Hickman High School apology

CITY CONSIDERS BUILDING NEW TRAIL

The city of Columbia is looking to buy the Anderson family's land in order to build a Perche Creek trail.

CONCERN FOR FUNDS AS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE RISES

Missouri's unemployment insurance funds are expected to remain viable for five more months.

Restoring canine knees

MU's veterinary school developed a new surgery to maintain a dog's knee function.

How to apply old-age makeup

Students in MU's stage makeup class learned how to age their faces by using highlights, shadows and wrinkles.

08 Presidential Platfoms with Translations

Click here for an analysis of the campaign promises made by Barack Obama and John McCain.

Using radioactivity to save lives

Child abuse drops statewide

Predicting warmer winter weather

Warmer temperatures might lead to less snowfall this winter.

BILL TO FUND KCOU FAILS TO PASS, DISCUSSIONS CONTINUE

KCOU bill voted down in MSA senate on Wednesday.

Shoe Factory District kicks off in Columbia

SHOE FACTORY DISTRICT KICKS OFF IN COLUMBIA

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