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Missouri business coalition pushes for revision of workers' compensation ruling

The current law protects employers from lawsuit liability but not co-workers.

Ninth environmental summit to be held Saturday

The Ninth Annual Statewide Environmental Summit gives people a chance to help set public policy agendas for environmental and conservation leaders.

Damage from Loveall fire estimated at up to $2 million

The cause of the fire remains unknown.

Rep. Stephen Webber plans to attract biotechnology jobs

Webber, D-Columbia, will aim to bring new jobs in biotechnology and data centers to central Missouri through his new post.

City plow crews prepare to move into residential areas

The winter storm that began Wednesday dropped a little more than 8 inches of snow on Columbia, forcing snowplow drivers into action.

MU sets carbon reduction goal by 2015

Chancellor Brady Deaton was one of more than 650 college and university leaders to sign the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment two years ago.

Nixon proposes location shift for juvenile facility

Some of the youth in the Mount Vernon juvenile facility could be moved to an institution in Rich Hill. The change is part of Gov. Nixon's proposed budget.

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