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Hickman girls basketball advances to tournament title game

The Hickman girls basketball advanced to the championship game of the McDonald's Tournament with a 51-37 victory over Liberty on Wednesday night.

Research reveals bedbugs can thrive despite inbreeding

Bedbugs' ability to efficiently breed with close relatives allows them to repopulate quickly and makes it more difficult to get rid of the in-home pests.

Missouri's utility regulators start speaker's bureau

The bureau was started to help consumers better understand the state commission responsible for regulating utilities.

Blagojevich gets 14 years in prison for corruption

Rod Blagojevich, the ousted Illinois governor whose three-year battle against criminal charges became a national spectacle, was sentenced to 14 years in prison Wednesday, one of the stiffest penalties imposed for corruption.

Audit: Duplicate voters declining in St. Louis

About 2,400 registered voters in St. Louis are also registered to vote somewhere else in the state.

Annual Christmas tree debate continues: Is natural or artificial better?

With one side devoted to natural, farm-grown trees and the other drawn to their artificial counterparts, misinformation can be the biggest driver of competition. And of course, both sides think their trees are the best.

Stephens basketball team falls at home

The Stars lost 60-53 to Lindenwood on Wednesday night.

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