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Black LGBTQ youth, despite high levels of mental health issues, receive less professional care, study says
Black LGBTQ youth are less likely to receive mental health care than the general LGBTQ youth population despite reporting ...
Three arrested after car chase Saturday afternoon
JEFFERSON CITY — Police arrested three people after a Saturday afternoon robbery lead to a car chase, according to a news ...
Medical marijuana would lead to failed drug test under Senate proposal
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri voters legalized medical marijuana in 2018, but some lawmakers are worried about what that could ...
First Ward council candidates discuss neighborhood issues
COLUMBIA – Several First Ward neighborhood associations hosted a town hall forum Saturday with city council candidates to ...
Meth still a Missouri problem, but now it comes from Mexico
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri may have shed its unwanted image as the meth lab capital of the U.S., but the dangerous and ...
Missouri school district switches to four-day week to help students mental health
REEDS SPRING, Mo. – Students in the Reeds Spring School District will begin a four-day school week next school year. The ...
The Wellness Way hosts women's wellness summit
COLUMBIA— A Columbia chiropractic office hosted a seminar to educate and empower women Saturday afternoon. The event was part ...
Coronavirus, exam cancellations may bring obstacles for higher ed
COLUMBIA — In an effort to contain the novel coronavirus, the Chinese government has canceled a number of exams this month.
New projects ahead for Columbia city councilman after his final term
Grant allows Columbia Regional Airport to propose air service to Charlotte ...
Grant allows Columbia Regional Airport to propose air service to Charlotte
MU announces $2 million gift for the NextGen Health Institute ...
Razorbacks bury Tigers, Mizzou falls in conference
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - The Missouri Tigers fell to the Arkansas Razorbacks at Bud Walton Arena on Saturday, 78-68. The Tigers ...
Woman arrested in connection with deadly Columbia home invasion
COLUMBIA —Columbia police arrested Gracie Avery, 20, on charges of second degree murder just before 7 p.m. Friday.