But Thursday’s landmark Supreme Court ruling did not address how the state will pay for adding people to the state’s Medicaid program.
People from all over Boone County attended the fair Friday in Columbia. Fairgoers of all ages had the chance to ride rides, eat fair food and play games, the main attraction for some families.
Kalesha Marie Peterson, 40, was sentenced to eight years in prison for involuntary manslaughter.
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Members also want faculty to be involved in any policy decisions governing salary adjustments and contract length.
Students gathered to show over 100 birds and rabbits in the livestock show.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt said the settlement would bring needed relief to communities devastated by the opioid crisis.
The Health Department announced Wednesday that it would take applications for people to become "Vaccine Ambassadors."
People on I-70 will be detoured around the Stadium Boulevard ramp closures via the West Boulevard interchange.
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Missourian photographers have captured scenes of the ham judging, carnival and livestock judging.
The halfway stop at Cooper's Landing is 197.5 miles from Kansas City, where boats started the Missouri River race Tuesday morning.
She asked for $3,850 on her GoFundMe page. On Tuesday, she had raised over $39,000 from more than 1,000 donors.
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