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Homeless man arrested after Mace attack on baby

Mo. woman sentenced to 15 years in newborn's death

A northwest Missouri woman was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter.

Missouri to appeal ruling on deer hunting regulations

The Missouri Conservation Commission plans to appeal a court ruling that rejected regulations against the use of dogs and vehicles in hunting deer.

Former Liberty superintendent enters plea to misdemeanor

Former Liberty school superintendent William Scott Taveau entered an Alford plea to deceptive business practices.

Egg recall tied to salmonella grows to 380 million

Although no deaths have been reported, hundreds of people have been sickened in a salmonella outbreak linked to eggs.

Rust Communications executive drowns in Maine

A Missouri man died after falling off a pier in Maine while unloading a boat.

Columbia reviews city's Americans with Disabilities Act plan

The city is seeking input about the plan, which hasn't been reviewed in 18 years.

Support group for international spouses helps them connect to community

International Spouses Network began its second year at the MU International Center, serving the spouses of international students.

Storm causes power outages around Columbia

About 400 to 500 Columbia Water and Light power customers experienced power outages Friday night due to the large storm that happened in town.

 

 

St. Louis mail carrier injured by lightning

A St. Louis mail carrier was indirectly hit by lightning.

Website helps match up dorm roommates at Southeast Missouri

Southeast Missouri State University is using RoommateClick, a social networking site that helps students connect with prospective roommates.

Help Jimmy Fallon tweet a star onto the Emmy stage

Guide to staying away from salmonella

Here are some tips for avoiding salmonella from the Missouri Department of Heath and Senior Services.

 

 

Parks and Recreation Commission considers land acquisition proposal

City departments are considering land acquisition criteria that would be used if a one-eighth of 1 percent parks sales tax is extended in a Nov. 2 election. The criteria will help the city identify the best sites for acquisition.

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