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St. Louis Group Charged with Stealing in Wentzville, Columbia, Jefferson CityInvestigators learned that after the incident at Ross Dress For Less, they allegedly traveled west on Interstate 70, committing larcenies in Columbia, then south to Jefferson City, where they again stole from retail stores. They were caught on the return leg of their journey at Kohl’s.
Curator Joins Call for Dismissal of Melissa ClickCurator David Steelman of Rolla described Melissa Click as "an embarrassment."
Former University Student Pleads Guilty in Threat CaseThe threat was made as dissatisfaction at the larger University of Missouri campus in Columbia came to a head, leading to demonstrations and the resignation of two top administrators.
Lawmakers Push to Fire Mizzou Asst. ProfessorClick tried to intimidate a journalism student taking pictures of protests on campus in November.
Judge Stops Missouri from Revoking Abortion LicenseThe judge's ruling doesn't allow the clinic to immediately resume abortions because it still needs to find a physician who meets state requirement that a doctor must have local hospital admitting privileges to perform abortions there.
AUDIO: New Mizzou Head Football Coach Barry OdomUniversity of Missouri - Columbia's new head football coach, Barry Odom, came to the KMOX Sports studio Wednesday for a short visit and interview with Sports Director Tom Ackerman.
Students Work Toward Missouri School's First Latina SororityBanuelos' group has grown to 14 women, and they are now waiting for approval from the national board of the sorority. The board can either decide to grant them official chapter status or keep them as an interest group, which means they could reapply next fall.
Missouri Planned Parenthood Argues to Keep Abortion LicenseA Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Louis now is the only center offering abortions in Missouri.
University of Missouri's Assistant Greek Life Director BackA University of Missouri employee has resumed working after her videotaped clash with a student photographer during campus protests helped fan debate about free press.
Gary Pinkel to be Enshrined into Mo. Sports Hall of Fame in 2016 Former Mizzou Football head coach Gary Pinkel has been selected for enshrinement into the Missouri Sports Hall Of ­Fame.
FBI Alerted to Suspicious Cellphone Buys in MissouriThe purchases last weekend in Columbia, Lebanon and Macon raised red flags because such cell phones, often called ``burners,'' frequently are discarded in an effort to avoid detection. And such phones can be used as bomb detonators.
Muslim Mizzou Student Sues Professor Over Alleged RemarksThe lawsuit alleges that the professor suggested the student should pose as a suicide bomber.

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