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Columbia City Council Against Conversion Therapy for Minors

Columbia City Council supports legislation to ban gay conversion therapy for minors. The council members voice their support Monday for the Youth Mental Health Preservation Act, which was introduced last month in the House. More than a dozen states have already enacted laws prohibiting licensed therapists from trying to change …

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Columbia Planned Parenthood Reopens

Columbia’s Planned Parenthood clinic has re-opened. It was closed for more than a week, after a fire started there early on Sunday the 10th. No one was hurt. Local police and the FBI have called the fire suspicious, and are investigating it as a hate crime. There’s a 10-thousand dollar …

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A mixed bag of winter weather for you tonight

KMIZ – ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather — Snow is expected to move in from the south, spreading to the north from late Tuesday afternoon through the evening with snow accumulating into the overnight hours. Minor accumulation is possible by 10 PM and with temperatures below freezing, roads could become slick. …

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Missouri Credit Union Miracles For Kids Radiothon!

Join 104-5 News Radio – KWOS us for a 2-day radiothon to raise funds for lifesaving equipment and support programmatic needs at the University of Missouri Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Throughout radiothon we’ll hear inspirational stories from patients and parents, nurses and doctors about the life-saving work that’s being done here for local …

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Gary Nolan says ‘STOPP’! and one Commissioner agrees

Bet you didn’t know how well off you are! A lot of Mid-Missourians had ‘sticker shock’ when they got the personal property tax bill on their cars. Cole County Western District Commissioner Kris Scheperle says a potential ballot issue designed to eliminate those taxes could resonate with voters … He …

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MU Health and SSM Talks Continue

The Conversations between MU and St. Mary’s continue, albeit rather slowly. MU Health CEO Johnathan Curtwright told hospital staff that while both parties remain committed to the process of MU taking control of the Mexico and Jefferson City hospitals, the complex work is taking longer than expected. He also says …

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