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Council members question license plate readers, fear invasion of privacy

Columbia City Council members have expressed some reservations about a device that can scan the license plate of a car traveling in the opposite direction at 70 mph. The license plate reader was recently tested by Columbia and Boone County law enforcement and is now on both agencies' wish lists. 

SLU's Doisy Research Center tests H1N1 vaccine

The Edward A. Doisy Research Center in St. Louis held a press conference, gave a tour and answered questions about the development of the H1N1 vaccine. The vaccine should be available to high risk individuals in mid-October

Columbia College to offer grant to Coast Guard spouses

Columbia College now offers a 50 percent reduction in tuition for spouses of Coast Guard service members.

Prosecutors name witnesses in Brown murder

On Monday, prosecutors named Clyde Hyler III, 23, and Nikolaus Wadlow, 16, as potential trial witnesses against Ashton Weger, 19, who is one of six men facing charges related to the February slaying of Corey Brown.

Defending champs handle Rock Bridge volleyball team

Defending Class 2A state champions Hermann beat the Bruins in two games.

Lawsuits challenge changes to Missouri's judicial selection process

A proposal to change the way the governor appoints judges to state courts has been challenged by legislators, who are filing suits to stop putting the idea to the voters.

Missouri lawmakers list construction needs but don't recommend doing projects

Legislators prioritized state projects for federal stimulus funding, but say their list is not an endorsement of construction plans.

Missouri unemployment rate climbs to 9.5 percent

Manufacturers, constuction and support services continue to cut jobs, according to a report by the Missouri Department of Economic Development.

Kansas City worker accused of stealing mail

Latrice-Antionette Murray, 38, is charged with stealing mail that was mistakenly delivered to the Internal Revenue Service.

Fighting scars linger for dogs seized in raids throughout Midwest

Their previous owners having pled guilty to various charges, dogs who lived only until they died in a fight or of their wounds, are now in the care of the Missouri Humane Society.

Questions remain for Missouri football team

After two contrasting performances, and plenty of back and forth, the toughest question to answer about the Missouri football team may be, "Just how good is this team?" The truth is, not even they know.

Big 12 football: Cowboys, Wildcats looking to rebound

Oklahoma State and Kansas State embrace challenges that come from upset losses.

Freshman golfer makes immediate impact at Missouri

Missouri men's golfer William Harrold is confident the Tigers will improve this season. Freshman Stuart Ballingall, who Harrold helped recruit from England, is a big reason why.

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