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Hickman and Rock Bridge volleyball teams end seasons

Hannibal defeated both Hickman and Rock Bridge at the Class 4, District 9 tournament Tuesday.

GENE ROBERTSON: List of suggested demands for Occupy Wall Street

There needs to be a specific call to regulation and accountability of manipulative financial institutions along with an increase in education and foreclosure reform, and unemployment protection and insurance.

Police seek suspect in Landmark Bank robbery

The suspect, who was not armed, gave the teller a note demanding money.

Missouri appeals court upholds red-light camera fines

The Eastern District appeals court said tickets can be given to a vehicle owner without regard to who was driving the vehicle.

Missing Kansas City baby's age a challenge for searchers

Hundreds of other babies match the description of 10-month-old Lisa Irwin — at least 200 babies have been mistaken for her since her disappearance three weeks ago. 

Mizzou Gold Team wins Fall World Series

This year, the Gold Team won the annual intrasquad series with a 4-1 record.

PHOTO GALLERY: Temperatures reach 84 degrees Tuesday

Temperatures reached 84 degrees in the early evening Tuesday in Columbia, according to the National Weather Service.

Cain, Romney file for Missouri presidential primary

Although candidates have filed for Missouri's presidential primary, the state Republican party will choose delegates to the national convention through a caucus process.

3-year-old Missouri girl dies after shooting herself

The sheriff said the girl, Maycen A. Coberly, apparently found the handgun in the room where she was supposed to be napping and shot herself.

Bayer CropScience extends $750 million settlement deadline for rice farmers

Farmers in Missouri and four other states filed a lawsuit, saying they lost money after Bayer CropScience mistakenly sold genetically modified seed in the U.S.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Business owners pad pay while cheering low wages

Fears that hiking minimum wage will decrease job creation and hiring is unfounded. The 343 percent gap between CEO and their workers' pay in the U.S. is the largest in the world.

Business bill dead as Missouri Senate ends session

The Missouri Senate officially ended their special legislative session, killing legislation that would have offered tax incentives for state businesses.

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