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Galloway and Parson file for governor's race, disagree on Medicaid
JEFFERSON CITY - Governor Mike Parson and Auditor Nicole Galloway filed to run for governor on Tuesday. It was the first day ...
Bill requires parents be notified about sexual orientation discussion in schools
JEFFERSON CITY— Tuesday at the Missouri State Capitol, representatives heard testimony from people in regards to a house bill ...
From law to leadership: Mike Middleton's legacy in Columbia's Black history
Columbia College lays off 49 employees nationwide, 25 in Columbia ...
Columbia College lays off 49 employees nationwide, 25 in Columbia
COLUMBIA - Columbia College announced Tuesday it is laying off 49 employees across the nation, including 25 at its Columbia ...
Student athletes would see compensation under new bill
JEFFERSON CITY - A new Missouri House bill would prohibit organizations like the NCAA from preventing student-athletes from ...
COU airport plans flights to Charlotte after receiving grant
COLUMBIA – The city's big plans for Columbia Regional Airport (COU) got a shot in the arm Friday with the announcement of a ...
Lawmakers try again to pass prescription drug monitoring program
JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri lawmakers will once again try to pass a bill to create a statewide prescription drug monitoring ...
Prosecutor deems December police shooting justified under Missouri law
Law students say they don't get mental health treatment for fear it will keep them from becoming lawyers ...
Law students say they don't get mental health treatment for fear it will keep them from becoming lawyers
(CNN) -- Before classes had even begun, a judge stood in front of Justin's law school class to tell them about the parts of ...
Donors relieve Tolton debt
COLUMBIA- An announcement from Bishop Shawn McKnight at Father Tolton today revealed the school's $6.2 million-dollar debt will be completely paid off by private donors over a three-year period. Most ...
EmVP: Volunteers help clear a path to independent living
COLUMBIA - When snow falls in mid-Missouri, the sounds of shovels scraping across the driveway mean freedom to Larry Shinn.
Bills would give voting rights back to former prisoners
JEFFERSON CITY - In the state of Missouri, incarcerated or formerly incarcerated residents are unable to vote. There is a ...