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Feminine products stolen in Conway, Arkansas are found

Two containers of feminine hygiene products stolen from a distribution center in Arkansas have been found in Florida and Mississippi, police say.

City Council announces Citizens Police Review Board members

The appointed members were selected from 49 applicants early Tuesday morning.

Survivors of breast cancer move on 'one day at a time'

As breast cancer remains a disease affecting hundreds of thousands of people every year, three women in Columbia tell their tales of battling and overcoming the disease and what they do today to stay active.

Missouri Department of Corrections calls prison population boom no problem

An all-time high of inmates in September has one legislator concerned about future prison growth.

Failing septic systems contribute to high E. coli levels at the Lake of the Ozarks

Residents of Lake of the Ozarks said faulty septic tanks may be to blame for the Lake's high E. coli levels.

Concerns over Columbia's water quality postpone well placement

The Columbia City Council voted Monday to allow more time to study well placement because of evidence that treated wastewater is cycling back into the supply.

Missourians could see energy bill rise under cap-and-trade

The Joint Committee on Missouri's Energy Future met Monday in Columbia to discuss the potential effects of federal cap-and-trade legislation on Missouri energy producers and consumers.

Coal profits mask lack of U.S. economic activity

Coals mines in the U.S. are seeing a rising demand for coal from other countries, but the bulk of U.S. coal goes to electric power plants, and they're not interested in buying.

St. Louis school fight broken up with tear gas

At least seven students were treated for exposure to the gas after security guards used it to break up a fight.

Former grain dealer pleads not guilty in fraud case

Cathy Gieseker faces 12 state charges and three federal charges in the case.

Mueller family baseball: Like great-grandfather, like grandfather, like father, like son

The Mueller family boasts four generations of baseball players.

Changing positions helps Missouri defense get quicker

The Missouri football team recruited Zaviar Gooden and Donovan Bonner as safeties, but Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said moving them to linebacker gives his defense more speed.

Columbia College freshman looking forward to basketball season

Kaleb Turner, the only freshman on the Columbia College men's basketball team, says that he chose the school because of the coaches' attitude and style. He says he is working to fit in with the team and learn from the older players.

MU golfer matures after missing last year's Big 12 Tournament

Hannah Lovelock came to Columbia from Surrey, England, last year a talented golfer needing to mature. This season, Lovelock has evolved into one of the top golfers on the team.

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