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PlayStation scare incites task force to warn parents and children

The Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force concluded an investigation into a man posing as a police officer while chatting on a Sony PlayStation 3 with a 15-year-old boy from Moberly.

High-tension cables projected to provide more safety for U.S. 63 drivers

Commuters on U.S. 63 are enjoying advantages of the Missouri Department of Transportation's installation of a high-tension cable barrier, completed on on Aug. 1st.

Rolla man charged with enticement of a child

The man tried to solicit sex from a detective posing as a 14-year-old girl.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the fifth-down game's outcome be reversed?

The Colorado Buffaloes went on to win the national championship after their controversial victory in 1990, while the Missouri Tigers finished 4-7.

Rummage sale raises money for Columbia youth theater company

The sale featured costumes, hats and props from past theatrical productions, and it will help the organization downsize for its new location.

Newly renovated Boys & Girls Town campus to host open house

Columbia's Boys & Girls Town will show off a newly renovated campus to the public at an open house on Wednesday.  

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Do growing economies promote or threaten media?

What is the relationship among economic progress, stable government and press freedom? Journalists from Turkey and South Africa and an MU emeritus professor examine restrictions and freedoms the media in growing countries face.

PHOTO GALLERY: Russell Elementary Fall Festival

Judge rules in favor of Vanderveen preschool

A judge has ruled against the Vanderveen Homeowner's Association in favor of a preschool in the neighborhood. The ruling marked the end to a yearlong court battle.

Warner Bros.: New 'Harry Potter' flick will not be 3-D

Although "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" will not be in 3-D, the second part of the film is still slated to be released in both 2-D and 3-D.

PHOTO GALLERY: Scott Boulevard construction continues

The construction project on Scott Boulevard that will add sidewalks and bicycle lanes to the road began this past year.

Guided tours bring ghost hunters to Missouri

American Hauntings offers ghost tours across the nation, including tours of sites in Missouri.

At 90, Missouri shopkeeper still makes music his business

The life-long musician opened the store with his wife so they could interact with others. Al Haug has run the store by himself since his wife's 2008 death.

Missouri teen isn't deterred by early health obstacles

Diagnosed with Klippel-Feil, Duane and Möbius syndromes, Katelyn Lang still manages to live a mostly normal life.

Gay rights activists to hand-deliver pleas for Mormon apology

The Human Rights campaign is going to Salt Lake City to ask Boyd K. Packer, next in line for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' presidency, to recant his anti-gay statements delivered during a broadcast on Sunday.

Search may shed light on Civil War battle site near Marshall

Although only a handful of Confederate soldiers died in the skirmish, it was a significant battle that resulted in Confederates retreating to Arkansas.

Filipino WWII veterans sue government over benefits

One-time payments of either $9,000 or $15,000 were given to Filipino soldiers or their survivors, but veterans said those payments are inadequate compared with what other veterans receive.

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