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MU estimates floodway crop loss at $85 million

The economic loss could reach $156.7 million when other economic changes besides the crop values are factored in. The estimate is based on U.S. Department of Agriculture records.

Danforth, Blunt to make announcement in Joplin

Sen. Blunt and former Sen. Danforth will address the tornado recovery efforts Monday.

Citizens Police Review Board to assemble police-citizen mediation program

Columbia board looks to Kansas City, Denver, San Francisco and more to form a program meant to build community trust with police officers.

VIDEO: A re-enactor shares his Boonville experience

New nonprofit will aid Joplin businesses

Former Missouri Sen. John Danforth and Sen. Roy Blunt were joined by members of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce in making the announcement about the Joplin Tomorrow Foundation.

Soldier based in Missouri base dies in Afghanistan

Sgt. Edward Dixon III of Whiteman Air Force Base died in a rollover accident Saturday in Uruzgan province.

PHOTO GALLERY: Reporter's view from the Battle of Boonville

Missourian reporter Waqas Naeem shared images from the Battle of Boonville re-enactment.

Crews stabilize levee in Andrew County

Over the weekend, crews re-enforced a couple of soft spots or "boils" on the major levee in Andrew County.

Ozark Center for Autism aims to rebuild after Joplin tornado

The prominent autism treatment center, which was destroyed in the Joplin tornado and temporarily relocated to an indoor skate park, is attempting to provide the same amount of services.

Tetanus shots common after Joplin tornado

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is administering thousands of tetanus shots, toothbrushes, repellant wipes and various other supplies.

Film community to attempt prevention of texting during films

Movie theaters worldwide are taking their own unique measures in an attempt to prevent texting during the showing of films.

Study affirms concussion dangers to young athletes

The study, based on data from the National Registry of Sudden Death in Young Athletes, broke away from previous studies focused around deaths from cardiovascular problems.

LETTER: Columbia steps up to help Letter Carriers Food Drive

Ray Janicek, food drive coordinator for the National Association of Letter Carriers, thanks Columbians for their contributions to the organization's May 14 food drive to benefit The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.

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