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Crews start installation of parking garage art

The glass panels illustrating the sky during 2010's summer solstice could take anywhere from three days to two weeks to install, depending on the weather.

Man pleads guilty to six charges in Anita Court shooting

Eric Dawon Jamison was sentenced for each of the six charges, including second-degree murder.

Sheriff's Department to conduct driver's license checkpoint this week

Motorists who cooperate during the check should not experience much delay.

COLUMN: Young women should take advice from Tina Fey and avoid Tucker Max

Fans of Tucker Max may  be condoning chauvinistic behavior and unrealistic expectations of women, while Tina Fey sets the record straight on the female ideal. Both beg the question: when will we stop letting jerks be jerks?

Suspect in Hobson shooting pleads not guilty

A date for Darris Arlando Peal's trial could be set in the next 10 days.

Student who brought handgun to school pleads not guilty

Alonzo Stevens, a 17-year-old, has been charged with three felonies related to January shootings.

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Boone County

Boone County is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 6 p.m. Monday. Rainfall is expected through Wednesday.

Joplin native describes living through tornado

MU senior Katy Berryman tells her account of the being in Joplin when the tornado hit Sunday evening.

Columbia police face difficulties in identifying and defining gangs

There are gangs in Columbia, but within the Columbia Police Department, opinions vary on what a gang is and whether local gang activity is on the rise.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Financial records for "Three Cups of Tea" author's group

Author and philanthropist Greg Mortenson was said to use a disproportionate amount of funds to market his book. You can see the financial statements for the related organization he co-founded, Central Asia Institute.

Attorney general sends examiners to Joplin to check price-gouging

The examiners are there to make sure prices are not being artificially raised for such necessities as food, water and diapers.

PHOTO GALLERY: Aim4Peace tries to prevent violence

Aim4Peace works to end violence, especially retaliatory shootings and homicides. Along with working with gang members, Aim4Peace also works with gang members’ friends and relatives to change their positions on violence.

Open house set for Stadium, I-70 project

Plans for a $20 million reconstruction of the Stadium Boulevard corridor from Broadway to Interstate 70 are the subject of an open house on Tuesday afternoon.

DAVID ROSMAN: Falsely identifying the voter ID bill

Rumors about Missouri's pending voter identification bill have portrayed it as discriminatory and disenfranchising, wrapping more red tape around an already sticky system for exercising our constitutional right to vote. It is — but first, let's get our facts straight.

MORE COVERAGE: More resources for coverage of the Joplin tornado

Here is a roundup of links providing information about the tornado that hit Joplin.

At least 89 dead in Joplin tornado, officials say

Storm damage reports from Boone County

Hail and wind gusts were seen across central Missouri on Sunday night and Monday morning.

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