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Police seek second man in fatal shooting

Police are searching for Clyde Hyler III, 22, in the shooting Thursday night that killed  Antonio Flores-Ramirez and critically injured Javier Perdoza.

Police investigate whether Helen Sanders drowned

According to court documents, the deputy medical examiner found fluid on Sanders' lungs and she had broken ribs and a broken sternum. Now police are trying to find out whether she drowned in her bathtub.

Old Wade School closed in 1968 but still evokes memories

Now privately owned, the Wade School in northern Columbia was once used by 100 pupils. The building has deteriorated since closing in 1968, but memories of the lifestyle shared there are still strong.

Remnants of the time remain: chalkboards, book shelves, window blinds, bathroom doors labeled "Boys" and "Girls," a water fountain and hooks where little coats likely hung. The school has slowly become an accidental monument, important more in memory than in reality.

Proposal for Citizens Police Review Board completed

The Citizen Oversight Committee worked late into the night, working out the final details of the report that will be a blueprint for the board.

School board sets tax levy

Property owners in the Columbia school district will pay 2 cents more on their tax levy this year.

Police arrest juvenile on suspicion of brandishing gun at Hickman football jamboree

Columbia Police arrested a juvenile after witnesses saw him brandish a handgun during a fight near Hickman High School at the conclusion of a football jamboree on Friday night, a Columbia Police Department news release said.

UPDATE: Hulshof, Nixon disagree on economy

But they agreed that better training for the state's work force will be a big part of their plans to expand the economy.

Embarq to drop 500 to 700 jobs

The nation's fourth-largest traditional telephone company said it was making those cuts and more to cope with the loss of business as more people drop landline phones for wireless and Internet phone services.

3 more in SW Missouri charged with child endangerment

Officials say the adults lived with their children in filthy conditions among more than 300 ill-kept animals on a Polk County property.

Fiber plant all but ruled out in tumor probe

Soil samples showed elevated levels of arsenic and lead, but not at hazardous levels, officials told residents of Cameron.

KC man gets 12 life terms for rape

The rapes took place in the Westport area in the 1980s.

Jimmy Faulkner, philanthropist, journalist, dies at 91

A graduate of the MU School of Journalism, he owned a chain of south Alabama newspapers for 42 years, was president of Faulkner Radio and founded Loyal American Life Insurance. He encouraged Gov. George Wallace to develop Alabama's two-year college system.

InBev CEO says he expects Anheuser-Busch deal to go through

Horse at Missouri State Fair tested positive for rabies

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