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Mizzou frat houses may go ‘on notice’

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – Fraternity chapters at the University of Missouri say they’re still studying a consultant’s October report warning the school to change the culture of Greek life on campus. University Dean of Students Jeff Zeilenga told the Columbia Daily Tribune on Friday that the school is still looking …

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Governor Greitens wants his criminal trial moved up

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is expected to ask a judge to move up his criminal trial to start in two weeks, more than a month earlier than scheduled. Attorneys for the Republican governor at a St. Louis Circuit Court hearing Monday also said they anticipate asking …

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Mokane man faces charges after assault

Prosecutors are now charging a Mokane man with several felonies after what he may have done at a local home. Deputies say Austin Hubbard forced his way into a home in Mokane and assaulted someone on Friday night. He also allegedly damaged several cars at the victim’s place. Hubbard was …

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Shots fired in Apache Flats bar — four hurt

An Apache Flats bar west of Jefferson City is the scene of a shots fired call in which 4 – people were hurt. Sheriff’s deputies say they were called out to F and J Sports Bar on Business 50 West around 2-am Sunday. Someone fired off a gun during a …

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Holts Summit fire – smoke detector to the rescue

A Holts Summit homeowner is okay .. thanks to a smoke detector. Firefighters were called out early Saturday morning to the home on Callaway County Road 40-36. The house was on fire when they got there. The smoke detector awakened the one person inside and he got out safely.  

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Are lawmakers ready to cut more college funding?


 JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri House budget leaders have approved a spending plan that would cut higher education funding next fiscal year, but by less than what the governor wants. The House Budget Committee passed a budget proposal Wednesday that includes about $30 million less for public colleges and universities …

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Two Mid-Mo officials resign

Callaway County Collector Pam Oestreich, stepped down yesterday (Thursday) after questions about missing county tax dollars. The Callaway County Prosecutor says auditors at Central Bank first noticed the missing funds. An audit is underway and the Callaway Collector’s office is closed temporarily. The FBI is assisting the Sheriff’s office in the …

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Rep. Jay Barnes won’t show his hand in Greitens investigation

(Associated Press) – The chairman of a House panel investigating allegations against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says it has used subpoenas in its probe, but he’s declining to say who has testified or about what. Committee Chairman Jay Barnes said Wednesday that the panel is on track to submit a …

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