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The fracture is of a non-weight bearing nature, and Lawrence could return in as soon as four weeks.
Three residents of Columbia found themselves connected to the Libyan revolution in various ways. Ahmed El-Tayash toured the country during the uprising. Ty Cacek documented the uprising through his photos and Rashid Kikhia continues to work with the National Transitional Council to set up a new government.
A man was convicted of five counts of sexual assault against at least two of his children Tuesday. Evidence in the trail demonstrated that the man had sexually abused his oldest daughter for 10 years.
During the special session, senators are discussing creating a tax break incentive for international cargo shippers at the St. Louis airport, among others. Eliminating tax breaks for low-income disabled and elderly residents would help fund the new tax breaks.
Kendial Lawrence was the starter at running back for the Tigers in their season-opening win Saturday against Miami (Ohio). On Tuesday, it was announced that Lawrence has a broken fibula and will be sidelined for at least four weeks.
Joplin could benefit from legislation unveiled Tuesday that seeks to provide $6 billion in new disaster aid.
Unlike other parts of eastern Missouri, St. Louis County doesn't require prescription for pseudoephedrine, which is used to make methamphetamine.
The deaths occurred on the Osage River, in the Lake of the Ozarks and at Smithville Lake.
The former Missouri receiver totaled seven catches for 109 yards in the preseason.
Twenty-two people spoke at Tuesday's City Council meeting on issues involving the bus system.
The Pooch Plunge took place at the Albert-Oakland Family Aquatic Center on Tuesday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars released quarterback David Garrard on Tuesday and now turns to new starting QB Luke McCown. Blaine Gabbert will back up McCown.
City Council will hold the public hearing and vote on the rezoning of the southeast corner of Bethel Street and Nifong Boulevard on October 3.
Jeff Gordon beat Jimmie Johnson at the wire to win the AdvoCare 500 outside of Atlanta. The race was delayed two days because of rain. Carl Edwards finished fifth and led 14 of 325 laps.
National Honor Society members from Columbia Independent School raised money to properly remember the victims of 9/11.
The Army's Corps of Engineers predicts the Missouri River flooding will end in October; they have already cut the amount of water released from a dam in South Dakota.
The Norm Ruebling Band will play a free concert at Stephens Lake Park at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
The Children's Trust Fund will award $5,000 to the Public Health and Human Services Department's Healthy Babies program for buying health and safety items.
Business owners want to make Alley A more pedestrian friendly after recent renovations. Columbia City Council gave the go-ahead for drafting legislation that would make the alley pedestrian only.