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Jobless New York woman sues college for $70,000 in tuition

Trina Thompson of New York City is suing Monroe College, where she earned her bachelor's degree, because she says she cannot find a job. Thompson is seeking $70,000 in reimbursed tuition after receiving an information technology degree in April.

Hall of Fame opens Michael Jordan exhibit

The exhibit is possible through a $250,000 donation from Nike and features several pairs of Jordan's Air Jordan shoes, display feature items from his NBA career, and a batting glove from his brief baseball go.

Underdog team wins dodgeball tournament

A team of Columbia sixth and seventh graders, only intent on having fun, used its size and savvy in the Show-Me State Game's dodgeball competition.

Age doesn't hinder golfer in Par-3 scramble

An 84-year-old from St. Peters takes to the golf course with her daughter.

Health care’s better Down Under

For an example of universal health care that works, Americans need only look to Australia.

Kreklow makes commitment to hometown Tigers

The Rock Bridge standout will stay in Columbia to play basketball with Missouri.

Chiefs adjust to life after Gonzalez

Kansas City knows its offense will look different than it did with the tight end in the picture.

Cards' spending fuels spark

St. Louis went on an out-of-character splurge around the trade deadline.

Police identify suspect in Friday shooting of Columbia teen

Police identified William Darnell McNeary, 24, as a suspect in the Friday afternoon shooting of a 15-year-old Columbia male, whose identity and condition are still unknown.

Tribe buys American Indian mound in St. Louis

The Oklahoma-based Osage Nation plans to develop the mound into an interpretive historical site and ban any further archeological digs on the site.

KOPN's gospel DJ marks 25th anniversary

Elder  J. Wilson got his start listening to gospel music with his grandfather and is now celebrating his 25th year as KOPN’s gospel broadcaster. The D.J.-entrepreneur's time at KOPN has been marked by strong outreach efforts and a personal commitment to sharing his favorite gospel music with Columbia listeners.

Columbia police plan safety summit to address downtown crime

On the heels of the creation of a downtown patrol unit, the Columbia Police Department announced this week plans to form a downtown safety committee to address concerns of businesses and residents.

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