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Living his dream: Local artist brings on a renaissance in printmaking in Missouri

Jeffery Moore keeps the art of lithography alive in his studio on Orr Street.

Artist Jeffery Moore started a new life in Columbia after struggling in St. Louis and found a way to connect Columbia with his art and printmaking.

Guide to key events for MU's 103rd Homecoming celebration

In addition to the annual Campus Decorations and parade, the new amphitheater, Traditions Plaza, will be dedicated on Friday.

UPDATE: 2 dead in shooting attack at Canada's Parliament

One gunman was killed, and police were hunting for as many as two others in the incident that involved three different locations.

Ferguson protester squabbles linger, meeting with St. Louis County police chief cut short

Protests have regularly taken place at county council meetings since the Aug. 9 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

U.S. to track everyone coming from Ebola nations

The program will start Monday in six states that represent 70 percent of people arriving from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Experts: Autopsy shows close-range wound for Brown

St. Louis medical examiner Michael Graham said the autopsy report "does support that there was a significant altercation at the car."

St. Louis County Council wants expedited cleanup of creek

Mallinckrodt refined uranium for 15 years at a site in downtown St. Louis, and tons of the waste were trucked to sites near the headwaters of Coldwater Creek.

Body in Mississippi River identified as barge worker

Coroner Jim Keller says the body is 20-year-old Jacob Climer of Henderson, Tennessee.

Kansas City airport overhaul base gets Southwest Airlines contract

The repair base reopened at KCI earlier this year. It also has contracts with Hawaiian Airlines, Air Canada and UTair Aviation, one of Russia's largest airlines.

Missouri hosts competition for script writers

The competition is part of an effort to promote Missouri as a place to shoot movies and TV shows.

MU student who died Sunday remembered at candlelight vigil

Friends who spoke at the vigil described Chris Nicklow as a nature lover who was goofy and carefree.

Candidates field questions from Columbia Chamber of Commerce, League of Women Voters

State candidates discussed highways, Medicaid and MU buildings, while county commissioner candidates talked about the fairgrounds and city-county relations.

With a Dunkin' Donuts on the way, Columbia will have 3 new doughnut shops by 2015

The Dunkin' Donuts will join Harold's Doughnuts and Strange Donuts, both of which are expected to open later this fall.

MISSOURIAN MINUTE: Guided walks offered in Hinkson Creek valley

According to guide, Sutu Forte, few people know about the valley area and she wants to share the secret that she discovered as a Stephens College student in the 70s.

First Ward councilwoman's vote against marijuana decriminalization spurs recall effort

Eapen Thampy announces petition drive on Facebook page. A successful recall petition needs 249 signatures of people who voted in the last election.

Student beats Columbia College president in 'Madden 15' to win free pizza, textbooks

Nursing student Eric Dailey will receive free textbooks on the president and a year's worth of pizza.

2014 MU Homecoming blood drive collects 5,738 pints of blood

Multiple locations around the Missouri-Illinois region held blood drives in support of the 2014 MU Homecoming blood drive. Counting satellite locations, more than 6,000 pints of blood were estimated to have been collected.

 

Columbia at 'very low' risk of Ebola outbreak, health officials say

Although the risk of outbreak is low, public health officials say they are ready for a quick response.

New regulations being drafted for ride-sharing service Uber

 The city is looking to create a level playing field.

Columbia-based Purple Bird Project raises epilepsy awareness

Chris Heuer and his wife, Amy Lake, make purple porcelain bird pendants in their Columbia home and sell them to help pay expenses for their 10-year-old daughter, Helen, who has epilepsy.

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