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Artists mix music, politics in concert for Obama

The Show-Me Change: A Concert for Obama will kick off Wednesday night at the Missouri Theatre. The musicians say that politics and music have been historically intertwined.

Jury enters deliberations in bicycle crash lawsuit

The personal injury lawsuit was filed by the parents of the bicyclist, whose left leg had to be amputated above the knee as a result of the crash, against City of Columbia and the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission.  

UPDATE: Brokovich asks residents of Cameron to unite in brain tumor investigation

Brockovich, a Kansas native, became famous after a 2000 movie about her efforts in a 1996 water pollution case. She told area residents Tuesday that she was prompted to start her investigation after receiving several e-mails from people about brain tumor problems.

Obama, McCain focus on get-out-the-vote campaigns for Mo. voters

The sales pitch has been made. Now it's time to close the deal for thousands of presidential campaign volunteers who have been contacting Missourians on behalf of Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain.

Erin Brockovich talks to Cameron crowd about probing cause for tumors

Brockovich said she received a string of e-mails from patients, not only from the Cameron area but also from people living in other states who had prior local ties.

Columbia College to enter AMC volleyball conference with top ranking

The Cougars have won the AMC tournament every season but twice since 1987.

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