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ANALYSIS: Missouri limits life span of state programs

At least five Missouri programs are set to expire next year based on a 2003 state law that gives government programs and tax credits a maximum six-year life span.

Child, 4, injured in Kansas City dog attack

Missouri woman crowned Miss Wheelchair USA

Talent show closes out 18th Black and White Ball

The talent show closed out the 18th annual Black and White Ball at Douglass Park Sunday afternoon. Performances varied and drew a large standing crowd.

D & D Farm and Animal Sanctuary opens its gates for biannual open house

Endangered species, like Siberian tigers, share a farm with barnyard animals. The open house is one of the few times they also share it with the public.

Columbia Daily Tribune editor dies at age 56

George Mazurak of Columbia died July 31, 2010. He was 56.

TODAY'S QUESTION: How should Columbia increase revenue?

The 2010 fiscal year saw Boone County spending more than $6 million over revenue. With decreasing revenue from sales tax over the last two years, the County looks for new ways to solve the budget crisis.

PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia School District alumni reunite at Black and White Ball

This weekend marks the 18th Black and White Ball, a series of events that reunites black alumni from Columbia Public School District.

PHOTO GALLERY: D&D Animal Sanctuary's open house shows off animals

Fencing club aims to preserve traditional side of sport

Columbia's Patrick Morgan started a fencing club to preserve the classical style of the sport, which he says is being overshadowed by the more popular Olympic version.

New president of Missouri State takes over

Miller County standoff ends in man's death

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