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Defective airbag inflators spur Honda to recall vehicles

This marks the company's largest recall in the past two years. The recall affects six  models of vehicles.

Columbia Police enact warrant round-up

The goal is to serve the warrants for serious offenses.

MoDOT plan would eliminate staff, close facilities

The Missouri Department of Transportation Director proposes to close 135 facilities and cut 1,200 staff positions.

DAVID ROSMAN: A video resume could hurt your job chances

The resume video is a mostly a gimmick that fails to impress employers and could open the door to discrimination.

Missouri House, Senate reach budget agreement

Among the biggest sticking points had been funding for colleges and universities, aid for public school busing, in-home care services for low-income disabled residents and prescription drug coverage.

TODAY'S QUESTION: With gas and food prices rising, what are you doing to make ends meet?

Gas and food prices are creeping higher. What will you do to make ends meet?

Columbia man arrested on multiple warrants

The man had four outstanding warrants.

Flood unease builds south along Mississippi River

More Mississippi River spillways may be breached to ease flooding concerns. In Cairo, Ill., the Ohio had dropped to 60 feet, about a foot and a half lower than it was at the time of the breach.

J. KARL MILLER: Bikers and dog owners should leave Bonnie View trails alone

Columbia has 65 parks where dog owners can walk their dogs and 125 miles of bikeways where cyclists can bike. Bonnie View trails should stay as pristine and as unspoiled as possible.

Columbia Imagined forum to be held Wednesday night

The forum will discuss the first of six phases in planning the city's new comprehensive plan.

Missouri Senate ends filibuster, passes stimulus money

The vote Thursday morning came after senators agreed to trim $14 million from a bill reauthorizing the expenditure of about $450 million in federal stimulus money.

UPDATE: MoDOT proposes to cut staff, close facilities

MoDOT director said the plan is designed to help put as much funding as possible into the state's roads and bridges.

Emergency response trailer stolen in southwest Missouri

The trailer and its supplies were purchased through Homeland Security grants.

Budget stalemate between Missouri House and Senate continues

The Missouri House and Senate cannot agree on how higher education funding, school district transportation and a senior prescription drug program fit into the state budget.

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