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SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Columbia's annual renewable energy report available

The city gives annual reports on renewable energy generated. The information is broken down into categories.

Missouri Senate backs more term limits on state offices

A new amendment would limit elected officials to eight years in office.

Hundreds attend vigil for 3-year-old Missouri boy

Blake Litton died of alleged abuse from his mother's boyfriend, though police were initially told Blake was the victim of a hit-and-run.

Missouri lawmakers seek to end economic 'border war'

Legislators in Missouri and Kansas question the benefits of allowing companies bounce between state lines to take advantage of tax benefits without increasing employment.

Storm-spotter classes stress awareness in wake of Joplin tornado

In response to the May 2011 tornado in Joplin, local weather officials are stressing awareness, escape routes and safety zones in this year's storm-spotter safety classes.

Joplin service groups still facing huge demand

Though fundraising efforts were successful, service agencies still do not have enough money to cover the costs incurred by last year's tornado.

Horse meat processing plant proposed in Ozarks

Unified Equine is considering the plant after a recent bill allowed the U.S. Department of Agriculture to start inspecting horse meat and plants. The meat would be processed for human consumption.

MU Extension offers farm classes for women

The courses, a part of Annie's Project, would help prepare women for careers in agriculture.

Farmer raises buffalo near Monroe City

Five bison graze the more than 20 acres of land the farmer has sectioned off for the animals.

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