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Cancer, It’s Past Time [OPINION]

By Glenn Mollette

Cancer is one of the most feared words of all.

Almost every week I hear about a friend, acquaintance, old schoolmate or family member being diagnosed with cancer. I have Facebook friends who report almost daily about their routine chemotherapy treatments

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Missouri Department of Insurance Reports Drop In Auto Insurance Rates

Jefferson City, Mo. – Auto insurance premiums have declined significantly since 2000, according to figures released by the Missouri Department of Insurance. The average annual cost for full coverage peaked in 2003 at $740 it dipped to $726 in 2013. In inflation-adjusted dollars, p

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Worrisome Study Reveals Distracted Driving Is a Major Problem for Teen Motorists

If you have teenagers who drive, you'll want to watch this.

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City of Joplin Sues Its Former Master Developer

JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — The city of Joplin is suing its former master developer and two men who ran the Texas-based company. The lawsuit seeks $1.5 million from Wallace Bajjali Development Partners and accuses the company of fraud

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Columbia College Will Vote On A Proposal To Split the College

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Columbia College Board of Trustees will vote next month on a proposal to split the college into separate schools. A task force that studied the proposal for several months has endorsed the change

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St. Louis Population Base Grows

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis region grew in 2014. The region of 2.8 million residents gained about 5,000 people last year. Net migration was negative. St. Louis was 42nd in population growth of the nation's 50 largest metropolitan areas

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University of Missouri-Columbia Police Chief Set To Retire

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri-Columbia's police chief is retiring after more than four decades with the department. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Jack Watring's last official day on the job will be June 1st

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St. Louis Student Told To Take Online Classes For Suspension

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A student told to take online courses from home after being suspended from school is suing the St. Louis school district, claiming he isn't learning much because he cannot access those classes

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Kansas City Man Convicted Of Rape

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A 29-year-old Kansas City man has been convicted of raping a 70-year-old woman in her home. Jackson County jurors yesterday found Jason Berry guilty of rape, sexual abuse and burglary

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Lightning Investigated As Possible Cause To A St. Louis Fire

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Lightning is being investigated as a possible cause of a fire at a St. Louis nightclub. The blaze broke out Tuesday night at Attitudes Nightclub in the city's Grove district. No one was injured

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