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An overview of Aug. 3 primary results

For the Aug. 3 primary, Boone County voters turned out in higher numbers than County Clerk Wendy Noren had expected, with almost 24 percent showing up at the polls.

COLUMN: Wikileaks should practice responsible journalism

WikiLeaks might have crossed a painfully thin line in publishing sensitive military documents. The organizations, though it does not identify iteslf as a journalistic outlet, should have practiced responsible journalism.

Citizens Police Review Board: Police acted appropriately in raid

Residents expressed frustration with the Citizens Police Review Board's limit to public comment Wednesday night after the board found the Columbia SWAT team's actions appropriate by a 4 to 3 vote.

Columbia Little League baseball team enters regional play

The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Stars are headed to a regional baseball tournament in Indianapolis, where they could play on national television and qualify for the Little League World Series.

 

CoMoCitizens, Keep Columbia Free gather after Citizens Police Review Board decision

Public safety activists and Citizens Police Review Board members shared their opinions on the board's ruling on the Feb. 11 SWAT raid.

Conference highlights need for international cooperation in solving world hunger

The International Food Aid and Development Conference outlined problems with providing food to extremely poor people, including food rotting before it reaches its destination.

Many roundup bikers choose camping experience

Bikers settled into their campsites on the second day of the National Bikers Roundup at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Camping is part of the roundup experience for many of the bikers, largely because it puts them near the heart of events.

MU lab finds bisphenol-A in store receipts

BPA, an industrial chemical that could have negative health effects, has been found in thermal paper receipts.

From Vox: Biker Roundup restaurant and bar deals

This week 35,000 bikers are expected to descend on Columbia. With the hype over how much money these out-of-towners are expected to spend while they're here ($6 million!?!), our friends at Vox figured there were probably some deals to be had.

TODAY'S QUESTION: How should lawmakers address immigration challenges?

If Congress fails to pass comprehensive immigration reform this year, there are a number of alternatives Obama could use to bypass Congress.

SLIDESHOW: Neighbors get together for National Night Out

As part of the annual National Night Out event, police and firefighters visited multiple block parties around the city to talk about crime prevention and neighborhood safety.

Charges may be tied to St. Louis armored car heist

The FBI would not elaborate on how much money was stolen, but hope a reward helps generate new leads in the case.

UPDATE: Primary picks winners in many Missouri legislature races

Missouri's primary results seem to be indicative of what November could look like. Most candidates dealt with members of their own party, ran unopposed or against Libertarian or Constitution party members.

Branson gets solar stop signs at 2 intersections

The city chose the locations because signs there are hard to see.

Columbia softball team ends season at regional tournament

The Daniel Boone Little League All-Stars competed in the Little League Softball Central Regional Softball Tournament in Carthage, Mo. They were the first team from Daniel Boone Little League to compete in the 11- to 12-year-old age division of the tournament.

PHOTO GALLERY: Second day of National Bikers Roundup

Many bikers braved the heat to get out and explore Boone County. Some camped at the Boone County Fairgrounds.

Live stream from Citizens Review Board

Live coverage of the Citizens Review Board begins at 7 p.m.

Missouri Prop C vote puts health care back in crosshairs

While the vote might not set a legally binding precedent, it will help mobilize foes of President Barack Obama's agenda in the fall midterm eletions.

UPDATE: Federal judge overturns gay marriage ban in California

A federal judge has overturned California's same-sex marriage ban in a landmark case that could eventually land before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Monaco's Prince Albert II visits Hannibal

Monaco's Prince Albert II paid a visit to Mark Twain's hometown in northeast Missouri. The 52-year-old prince was in town to visit a friend.

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