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TODAY'S QUESTION: Do you think the city and MoDOT were thorough in responding to Monday night's snowstorm?

The National Weather Service reports that six inches of snow fell on Columbia. How have the roads been for you?

ROSE NOLEN: Martin Luther King proves that justice can prevail

King's legacy is a reminder that even when justice is delayed, it wins in the end.

COLUMN: Future depends on ability to have difficult dialogues with civility

Regardless of whether the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is related to the increasingly heated political discourse of the past few years, the United States needs to address some serious problems.

Snow breaks record; 6 inches total reported in city

The date's record of 3.2 inches, set in 1905, was outdone by the 3.8 inches that were measured at Columbia Regional Airport. Meanwhile, the National Weather Service reported a total of 6 inches in Columbia.

Missouri House urges lawsuit against federal health care overhaul

A House resolution calls on Gov. Jay Nixon and Attorney General Chris Koster to join 20 other states in challenging the federal health care reform law passed last year.

Schools to wait until morning to decide if classes are canceled

Columbia Public Schools will decide whether school is canceled tomorrow morning at the earliest.

Armed robber still at large

The man who robbed a 52-year-old woman Monday night at Parkade Plaza was still at large Tuesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: A day of snow in Columbia

Residents were slipping, sliding, working and playing in the inches of snow.

Verizon to start selling iPhone in early February

This will give U.S. iPhone buyers a choice of carriers for the first time.

Residents express views on downtown Columbia development plans

The public was invited to take a look at the finished plan for the development of downtown Columbia on Tuesday afternoon.

Darrell Foster files candidacy for First Ward City Council position

Foster said he wants to increase transparency and address crime, unemployment, poverty, polarization and discrimination in the First Ward.

Burton dismisses complaints regarding November Taser incident

Eight residents complained last month that police used excessive force when they used a Taser on a man during a November disturbance at Subway downtown.

Columbia City Council races take shape

The deadline for filing for two open seats on the City Council was 5 p.m. Monday. In the end, six candidates submitted petitions to get their names on the ballot.

Missouri senators look at potential education savings

One senator outlined several measures that would eliminate exceptions for school districts that allow them to collect more state funding than they'd normally be entitled to.

Lawmakers to head off picketing at Tucson funerals

The Westboro Baptist Church had plans to picket the funeral of a 9-year-old girl who was among those killed in a shooting Saturday.

Four finalists in Academy Awards competition are MU students

Two teams, each composed of two MU journalism students, are among 10 competing to interview celebrities attending the 83rd Academy Awards.

Tips to keep pipes from freezing

One local plumber offers up helpful hints to prevent pipes from stopping up with ice.

Eric Jamison gets continuance for murder hearing

A preliminary hearing in the case involving the September murder of a 21 year-old Columbia man has been delayed.

Sleds fly at Stephens Lake Park

Parents and their children made the most of the snow day by sledding.

GRAPHIC: Credit cards everywhere

With so many different options and lifestyles, there’s a difference between how people are using their cards and the type of card they use.

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