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Boone County seeks stormwater videos in contest

Boone County residents, including students, are invited to enter a video contest sponsored by the county's stormwater management staff.

Judge sets hearing date for former House speaker Rod Jetton

A preliminary hearing date may be set by the new judge assigned to former Missouri House speaker Rod Jetton. He was charged in November for assaulting a woman during rough sex.

Clean Energy Missouri campaign kicks off Thursday in Columbia

The League of Conservation Voters will hold their campaign kickoff Thursday at the Columbia Public Library.

Missouri education changes not dependent on grant

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education plans to make changes throughout the state, whether or not it recieves a $743 million federal grant. Possible changes could include expanding Internet access and implementing tougher charter school standards.

Two Columbia schools receive grants to create safe walking routes

Fairview Elementary School and Smithton Middle School have been chosen to receive $1,000 to create safe routes for students who walk to school.

Judge Gene Hamilton announces resignation

Judge Gene Hamilton has announced his resignation as presiding judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit.  He will resign as presiding judge on March 26 and retire as a circuit judge on June 30.

Tai Chi class at Columbia Armory Sports Center

Tai Chi instructor Ken Greene offers a free class at the Columbia Armory Sports Center. He has been an instructor since the '80s.

STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS: Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder's response

Prepared text of Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder's Republican response to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's State of the State address Wednesday, as provided by the Republican Party.

STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS: Full text of Gov. Jay Nixon's remarks

Prepared text of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's State of the State address Wednesday, as provided by the governor's office.

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