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Appropriation of cable fees still undecided

City Council voted to add an estimated $250,000 that will be generated from increased cable franchise fees to the general budget on Monday night. Appropriation for the funds, however, is up in the air.

Only 2 people attend Clinton support meeting

Only two people showed up to a meeting in support of presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday night after an afternoon of severe thunderstorms.

Burned SUV found in Rock Bridge State Park

An investigation has been launched after the discovery of a charred and abandoned sports utility vehicle in the parking lot at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.

Affirmative action ballot language unfair, judge rules

A judge on Monday rewrote the ballot language for a proposal banning most government affirmative action programs in Missouri, striking down a version originally crafted by Secretary of State Robin Carnahan as unfair.

More wild weather; 2 tornadoes reported in Moniteau County

The recent stint of unseasonable, and somewhat odd, weather continued Monday with temperatures in the 70s, heavy rain, hail and severe storms that produced reports of tornadoes in Moniteau County.

Police find suspect hiding in vehicle

With two outstanding warrants and 15 arrests in the last four years, wanted suspect Koda Coats was found Saturday evening hiding on the floorboard of a vehicle that was stopped

Mo. Democrats urge increase in student aid

House Democrats in Missouri propose spending more money on universities and expanding scholarships for community college students.

Blunt backs tax break for military retirees

Military retirees in Missouri might have a state tax cut coming, if lawmakers go along with a proposal by Gov. Matt Blunt.

Nixon plugs property tax cut plan for senior citizens

Attorney General Jay Nixon detailed a plan Monday to provide property tax relief to thousands of Missouri senior citizens, as he downplayed Republican efforts to address the issue.

Neighborhood Watch newsletter no longer mailed to residents, only available online

Police will try to help make sure people without Internet access receive a printed copy.

Country now sorely in need of entrepreneurs with vision

The big corporations have a private club where CEOs and CFOs and other big bosses are the only ones who are allowed to prosper at the expense of the working and middle classes.

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