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2014/10/22 10:02
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Columbia City Council narrowly defeated a local attorney’s proposal to remove penalties for growing marijuana plants within city limits. On Monday, the City Council voted 4-3...
2014/10/22 10:02
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2014/10/21 01:32
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An advocacy group is asking the Missouri Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court ruling that course outlines used by University of Missouri faculty are not public records. An advocacy group is...
2014/10/17 23:43
2014/10/17 23:43
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FULTON, Mo. (AP) - A hiker who was found dead several hours after calling 911 saying he was injured has been identified as a 53-year-old Columbia man. The search for Randall Fennewald ended just...
2014/10/16 14:49
2014/10/16 14:49
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COLUMBIA (AP) -- An advocacy group is asking the Missouri Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that course outlines used by University of Missouri teachers are not public records. The National Council...
2014/10/13 16:43
2014/10/13 16:43
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - A bill that would decriminalize cultivation of small amounts of marijuana in Columbia has been endorsed by one city commission. The Columbia Disabilities Commission voted...
2014/10/08 14:43
2014/10/08 14:43
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri is warning colleges and universities against hiring expensive consultants to revamp sexual discrimination policies. The Democratic senator...
2014/10/06 16:23
2014/10/06 16:23
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COLUMBIA (AP) - A Columbia City Council member wants the council to table an ordinance which would relax the city's marijuana laws after she pared back the number of plants seriously ill residents...
2014/10/06 14:57
2014/10/06 14:57
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Enrollment at the four-campus University of Missouri system is on the rise. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that a record 35,441 students are taking on-campus or online...
2014/10/05 09:02
2014/10/05 09:02
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Missouri $1 million in two grants to install a supercomputer for data-intensive research and fund a...
2014/10/05 00:02
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Hundreds of college students are depriving themselves of sleep for 48 hours this weekend in a computer hacking marathon at the University of Missouri that has tripled in size...
2014/10/04 01:32
2014/10/04 01:32
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The University of Missouri Board of Curators has ratified changes to how sexual misconduct and discrimination allegations will be handled on the university system's four campuses. The University of...
2014/10/03 16:29
2014/10/03 16:29
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COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri's point man for men's college basketball has been suspended indefinitely after he was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Dave Reiter, an assistant athletic...
2014/10/02 19:33
2014/10/02 19:33
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Missouri Reinstates Freshmen Suspended After Arrests02-10-2014 Missouri Freshmen Jakeenan Gant and D’Angelo Allen have been allowed to resume full basketball activities after their arrests in...
2014/10/02 17:32
2014/10/02 17:32
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A conservative political action group is severing ties with a content marketing firm after some Missouri reporters were offered $250 per article to write for a "Grow Missouri" blog. A conservative...
2014/10/01 23:10
2014/10/01 23:10
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It hasn't been a day of good news for Missouri. And this afternoon, Steve Walentik of The Columbia Daily Tribune reported that returning forward Johnathan Williams would miss time with a knee...
2014/09/30 18:23
2014/09/30 18:23
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COLUMBIA (AP) - Boone County officials and some vendors said they are concerned the closing of the Central Missouri Events Center could hurt the region's economy. The center, formerly known as the...
2014/09/30 15:49
2014/09/30 15:49
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COLUMBIA (AP) -- The University of Missouri has been awarded two federal grants worth more than $830,000 to implement programs on family farms. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Monday that the U.S....
2014/09/28 22:08
2014/09/28 22:08
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Oh, how the mighty have fallen in college football. After spending the first five weeks of the season at No. 1 in the Amway Poll, Florida State dropped to No. 2 behind Alabama. The Crimson Tide had...
2014/09/28 13:20
2014/09/28 13:20
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MOBERLY, MO. (AP) -- The city of Moberly is working to repair its credit rating after plans for an artificial sweetener factory collapsed. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports the city council passed...
2014/09/28 03:38
2014/09/28 03:38
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In an SEC matchup that featured little in the way of cohesive offensive play, the Missouri Tigers upset the No. 13 South Carolina Gamecocks by a final score of 21-20. Tigers running back Russell...
2014/10/22 10:02
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