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Damage from 2011 floods could mean worse in 2012

As repairs continue, the Army Corps of Engineers is assessing damage to levees along the Mississippi River after last year's floods.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Proposed governor pairing won't benefit Missourians

Proposed constitutional amendments would require a party's governor and lieutenant governor candidates to run on same ticket, but would not benefit voters.

About $57 million raised for Gateway Arch project

The revitalization of the Gateway Arch grounds and St. Louis riverfront is expected to cost $553 million.

Southeast Missouri State named Missouri's safest four-year public university

StateUniversity.com released the ratings, which are based on incidents of reported campus crime, Wednesday.

Columbia College women's basketball earns road win

The Columbia College women's basketball team beat Williams Baptist College 68-62 on Thursday in Walnut Ridge, Ark.

Missouri coalition in favor of state tax reform nets second hefty donation

Let Voters Decide, a group pushing to replace Missouri's income tax, says it has recently received a million-dollar contribution from state businessman.

Missouri Senate passes highway safety bill to avoid funding loss

The bill now goes to the House, but cannot pass before Monday's deadline to comply with a federal mandate on interstate truck drivers.

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