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UPDATE: Judge extends Kelsi Poe's restraining order against Quinton's, Harpo's

Ron Netemeyer, Poe's attorney, said the restraining order prohibits bars from destroying visual or audio evidence.

 

Columbia Health Department to offer flu vaccines

Flu vaccines will be offered this week at the Columbia Health Department. The cost is $25 for adults and free for people 18 and under.

Missouri-Colorado football game set for 6 p.m. start

The Oct. 9 game will be the second cable telecast for Missouri this season. The season opener against Illinois, which was also on Fox Sports Net.

The flu: Is it worth a shot?

As the flu season rears its ugly head again, learn a little more about the warning signs of the flu and how to avoid getting it this year. 

Basketball, golf events kick off Celebrate Ability Week at MU

Speakers, sports, films and forums highlight the week, which will run through Friday. Judge Richard B. Teitelman, the first legally blind judge to serve on the Missouri Supreme Court, will speak on Thursday.

Old 63 sobriety checkpoint nets seven arrests

Three arrests were for driving while intoxicated, four were for license offenses.

Missouri's Munir Prince decides to end football career

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel announced during Monday's Big 12 coaches’ teleconference that senior cornerback Munir Prince has decided not to return to the football field. On Aug. 26, Prince temporarily lost feeling in his arms and legs after an unusually hard hit during the Missouri football team’s final preseason scrimmage.

 

Missouri commemorates 20 years of federal ADA law

Events and lectures are planned this week to pay tribute to the 1990 passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Obama: Money alone cannot solve public school predicament

The president sought in a nationally broadcast interview to reinvigorate his education agenda. He also separately announced a goal of recruiting 10,000 teachers who work in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math — over the next two years.

Tonyan's no-hitter carries Hickman softball team past Pilot Grove

Junior pitcher Allison Tonyan was nearly perfect in the 10-0 win.

Big 12 South football will be center stage this weekend

All three of the North's unbeaten teams — Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas State — have bye weeks, leaving the attention to focus on a couple of important Big 12 South games.

MU football team suspends safety

The Missouri football team indefinitely suspended free safety Jasper Simmons on Monday.

Death sentence upheld in 2000 murder of jail guards

The final disposition of Tisius' sentencing was held on Monday. He was convicted of first-degree murder in the shootings of the guards while trying to help a former cellmate escape. No execution date has been set.

Missouri Tax Credit Review to hold public meeting

The commission's meeting will be held on Tuesday at Stephens College.

Urban ecology project ties into MKT trail

3M and the city of Columbia are working together to resurrect the MKT Trail.

Missouri State Highway Patrol receives national law enforcement award

Mothers Against Drunk Driving presented the award on Saturday.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the university raise tuition next year?

A tuition increase looks certain for MU students because of an expected state legislature cut of higher education funding. Should the university increase tuition for students next year?

Public hearings slated for proposed Missouri casinos

The Missouri Gaming Commission is considering applications from four groups seeking the state's one available casino license.

GENE ROBERTSON: Instill caring in youth through public service

I propose a mandatory, two-year service requirement for all youths after graduating high school to address the employment crisis for our youth while instilling some values of caring.

Boone County foreclosures might reach record number in 2010

There have been 28 percent more foreclosures in 2010 compared to 2009, and that number will continue to rise, experts say.

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