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TODAY'S QUESTION: Will flashing yellow left-turn signals improve traffic?

The new signals have been installed at 14 intersections, replacing the traditional green left-turn signals.

Rock Bridge High School graduates 560 students

In a graduation ceremony at Mizzou Arena, Rock Bridge High School graduated 560 students and said goodbye to retiring Principal Kathy Ritter.

Missouri softball eliminated from WCWS with loss to Florida

Missing attorney found in Tennessee

Columbia police said missing attorney Richard W. "Rick" French has been found in Tennessee. He was unharmed.

Two men arrested after robbery at Break Time

Police say two men used rifles to steal money and cartons of cigarettes from a 20-year-old female clerk working at a Break Time gas station.

Hickman class of 2010 graduates with optimism

About 600 graduates ended their three years at Hickman with high school diplomas, lasting friendships  and $8 million in financial awards.

New routes proposed for Columbia's bus system

The Public Works Department director proposed changes to Columbia's transit system. Expansion of the system would add service to the IBM site, Forum Boulevard and the Lenoir Retirement Community, among many other route changes.

Hickman choir seniors sing final song

Forty-five Hickman choir seniors graduated Saturday at Mizzou Arena. They spent three years with their director Matt Felts since they both came to Hickman in 2007.

From bulbs to balloons at Art in the Park

Artists from all over the country converge on Stephens Lake Park for the 52nd annual Art in the Park show.

Two cars roll over in Boone County; no one injured

Two drivers went off the road in separate rollover accidents. No one involved was injured. 

Big 12 changes could leave out forgotten 4

There have been almost hourly twists with all sorts of scenarios of what teams might be on the move, but one thing seems clear, nobody seems to want Kansas, Kansas State, Baylor and Iowa State.

SLIDESHOW: Second year of Boonville Jaycees Rodeo draws crowd

The rodeo, held at the Brady Showground outside of Boonville, included 285 participants Friday night.

Stolen iPhone leads to assault

After threatening a person who stole his iPhone, police said a teenager was assaulted by another man.

Knives drawn in fight, 1 arrested

After threats had been made against him, police said a 75-year-old man pulled his own knife in self-defense.

 

Domestic dispute leaves woman injured, man arrested

Police arrested a man on suspicion of having bitten and choked his girlfriend.

Space-starved UMKC library adds retrieval robots

Eventually, 80 percent of UMKC's collection will be housed either in bins placed on four-story steel shelving structures or in larger carts. The Kansas City Star reported that robotic cranes will be used to fetch materials from such storage starting this summer.

9-year-old Missouri boy dies after rope swing accident

Authorities said the boy became entangled in a rope swing while playing with his siblings at his home southeast of Sedalia. He was pronounced dead at a Kansas City hospital Saturday morning.

KC-area man dies in fishing accident

A suburban Kansas City fisherman died after the pedestal seat in his boat apparently broke, causing him to fall overboard.

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