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Snow removal policy differs in Columbia, Jefferson City

Snow removal policies and emergency parking regulations differ between Columbia and Jefferson City.

Missouri prepares for first execution in 2 years

Corrections Department spokesman Chris Cline says the state is adequately prepared for the execution, and has plenty of the drug sodium thiopental in stock.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Missouri's largest lost and found

Who knows? You may have money coming to you. The state treasurer has more than $600 million in property that hasn't been claimed.

Layoffs few even with high unemployment rates

The employed are enjoying more job security for the first time in 14 years, but the unemployed have never been more desperate. 

Missouri men's basketball team faces tremendous task against Kansas in Lawrence

The Missouri men's basketball team plays at its biggest rival on Monday. The Tigers have yet to win a conference game on the road, and there will be no welcome mat in Lawrence, Kan. Missouri has lost the past 11 times it's played there. 

Rock Bridge girls basketball team places second at Webster Winter Challenge

The Rock Bridge girls basketball team finished second at the Webster Winter Challenge. The team had not been able to practice for four daysbecause of last Tuesday's snowstorm.

Missouri lawmakers to consider federal budget amendment

The proposal would amend the U.S Constitution to add a balanced budget amendment.

Layoff brings low-scoring victory for Hickman girls basketball team

The Hickman girls basketball team won 37-29 Saturday at Lincoln Prep in what Hickman coach Tonya Mirts called a "sluggish affair."

Missouri Senate considers gradual abolishment of franchise tax

Some Missouri senators believe phasing out a corporate franchise tax would allow business to grow in Missouri. Others worry about the lost revenue tax cuts would cause.

Nixon budget would cut $39 million in student financial aid

Gov. Jay Nixon wants to increase funding for the A+ Scholarship program, but cuts to the Access Missouri program would more than offset that.

Snowstorm protects Missouri farmland

The recent snowstorm protected local crops from potential damage caused by freezing temperatures.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Budget cuts shouldn't overshadow investing for our future

Raising revenue for education and infrastructure will save America money in the long run.

World War I Museum receives Hindenburg jacket as donation

The Kansas City Star reported that the field marshal's coat and field cap will be permanently displayed at the museum.

Missouri men's basketball team falls at Kansas

The Missouri men's basketball team lost 103-86 to Kansas on Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas will seek death for Kahler, suspected in 4 killings

James Kraig Kahler, former director of the Water and Light Department, could face the death penalty when he goes on trial in August for the deaths of four family members.

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