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Farms can now be within two miles of Arrow Rock

The judge had previously ruled that concentrated animal feeding sites couldn't breach a two-mile perimeter around Arrow Rock; the new perimeter is 15 feet.

UPDATE: Some Missouri casinos see revenue decline

Five Missouri casinos took in less money in November than they did a year earlier, according to figures released by the Gaming Commission. But five others had higher revenue.

St. Louis gets ready for Phase 2 of I-64 project

The Missouri Department of Transportation is rebuilding an 8-mile stretch of I-64 over the next two years, which will cost about $535 million.

Two burglary suspects escape on foot in northeast Columbia

Two male suspects escaped a police search on foot early Thursday morning near the 1600 block of Fox Run Drive.

MU will ban smoking in some areas effective Jan. 20

 The policy will prohibit smoking within 20 feet of any entrance, exit, window or air intake system of any building on MU owned or leased property.

Gov.-elect Nixon making 600 state employees re-apply for their jobs

A spokesman for the Governor-elect said Nixon is looking for ways to consolidate and make the state more efficient.

City adopts voucher system for trash and recycling bags

The 20-year old system of delivering tash and recycling bas is being revised to cut down on costs and clutter.

Arrests made in connection to Rangeline robbery

According to a news release from the Columbia Police Department, three men were arrested in connection with a robbery that took place in a home on the 1100 block of Rangeline Street on Wednesday evening.

Some Missouri casinos see revenue decline

The Gaming Commission said revenue is down at some Missouri casinos, but that the industry is still doing well.

12 Days of Christmas

Forget the turtledoves and French hens, Missourian reporters set out to find more practical holiday events and gift possibilities for the days leading up to Christmas.

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