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Police arrest six in connection to drug operation

The arrests are the result of a two-year-long undercover narcotics investigation in central Missouri.

Missouri Senate passes voter photo ID amendment

The amendment was passed by a 26-7 vote in the Senate, and it will now go to the House. If passed there, the measure would be put on the 2012 statewide ballot.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Do you think the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional?

President Obama and Attorney General Eric H. Holder decided Wednesday that the Defense of Marriage Act violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution. What do you think?

Columbia's slushy roads create problems for drivers

Of the 25 weather-related accidents Thursday, most have been non-injury slide-offs.

Upcoming Stephens College guest speakers announced

Four guest speakers are coming to Stephens College in the upcoming weeks to give lectures and conversations. The events are free and open to the public.

Investigators identify victim of apartment fire

A Columbia woman is being treated for significant burns after escaping a fire at Forest Village Apartments on Wednesday. Investigators said the fire began on or near a sofa.

Jefferson City advances to district finals after beating Hickman

Aqua Corpening scored 22 points, but it was not enough as Hickman lost to Jefferson City 50-43 on Wednesday. 

LETTER: Miller might have been wrong about Watkins

City Manager Bill Watkins agrees with a Citizens Police Review Board opinion, showing he may be more open-minded than J. Karl Miller might think.

Missouri lawmakers to receive Census data

The data will be important for Missouri lawmakers who must start developing new congressional districts. The state drops to eight congressional districts based on population figures.

Fisher leads Columbia College women's basketball team past Harris-Stowe

Freshman Ashley Fisher's 27 points, including 21 points from 3-point range, led the Cougars in a 72-50 victory Thursday at Harris-Stowe State.

Missouri lawmakers propose outlawing more synthetic drugs

Legislation under consideration would add more synthetic drugs to the list of outlawed substances in Missouri.

Missouri appeals court considers overturned Helmig conviction

A hearing is scheduled Thursday to consider the attorney general's appeal the November decision to overturn Dale Helmig's life sentence.

Two Columbia educators named Icons of Education

Bruce Walker, former dean of MU's Trulaske College of Business, and Columbia College President Gerald Brouder received the awards from a Kansas City-area magazine for their work in improving their universities.

Mizzou '39 award recipients and mentors recognized

The Mizzou '39 award honors 39 students selected for their leadership and achievements at MU while also recognizing their mentors at a banquet Saturday. 

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