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MU men's golfers lead at blustery Mizzou Intercollegiate

The Missouri men’s golf team claimed the lead at the Mizzou Intercollegiate after the first two rounds Monday in brisk conditions at the Club at Old Hawthorne.

Missouri Senate OKs shrinking number of House members

The proposed constitutional amendment, which would cut 60 House representatives, needs another vote before it's moved to the House for a statewide vote. Proponents estimate the cut could save Missouri about $4.7 million per year. 

Rock Bridge boys golf team wins Columbia Classic

Rock Bridge won the 12-team Columbia Classic on Monday at A.L. Gustin Golf Course, while Hickman placed fourth.

Missouri sheriff accused of distributing meth

Carter County Sheriff Tommy Adams was charged Monday after being arrested Saturday on suspicion of distributing meth. A county deputy was also arrested, but no charges were filed.

UPDATE: Boy Scouts help in search for victims of Missouri plane crash

After hearing a low-flying plane pass by while camping in Fredericktown, a Boy Scout troop helped investigators pinpoint the crash site of a downed plane Friday.

Breach in e-mail security leads to possible scams

Phishing scams use stolen e-mail addresses to trick users into divulging important personal information.

Missouri lawmaker seeks changes in debt company laws

Proposed legislation in the Senate would require debt companies to tell customers how long it will take to pare down their balance.

Senate proceeds with local control of St. Louis Police Department

A Senate Financial Committee approved the bill that would allow the City of St. Louis to take control of its police department over from the state.

Missouri House committee asks Nixon to protest federal health care

The house rules committee passed a resolution to call on Gov. Jay Nixon and Attorney General Chris Koster to write a letter opposing federal health care with a vote of 7-4. Some say that the resolution doesn't reflect the opinion of the Missouri General Assembly.

LETTER: Dogs suffer while politicians debate changes to Proposition B

Missouri Senate Bill 113 and House Bill 131 would strip Proposition B of the protections it offers to dogs in breeding facilities.

Obama launches re-election bid via e-mail, website

The president said he is filing paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to start a campaign some say could lead to more than $1 billion in fundraising.

Victims of Missouri plane crash identified

Three people were found dead after a plane crashed in Missouri.

MoDOT trying new coating to combat graffiti

The coating, to be used on a wall along a lane of northbound Interstate 35 near Kansas City, should make it easier to wash paint off in the future.

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