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This is the first bear hunt in state history. Hunters received permits in a lottery, with a quota of 40 bears for the season.
A local judge's order halting evictions expired a month ago. Tenants are feeling the impact.
Annexation of 15 acres on East Log Providence Road adjacent to the Lakeside Ashland developmnet was denied in September.
The FDA approved the interchangeability of vaccine boosters in an announcement Wednesday.
A freshman from the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity was taken to the hospital, and the incident is under investigation.
3M, a federal contractor, will require employees to be vaccinated by Dec. 8, in accordance with federal mandates.
MU Health Care has four sexual assault nurse examiners who work with pediatric cases, and 15 that work with adults and teens.
Linda Godwin spoke about how her career in NASA gave her life changing experiences.
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