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  • City council votes down pot cultivation bill The Columbia City Council voted 4-3 Monday night to defeat a proposed ordinance that would have decriminalized the cultivation of up to two marijuana plants within city limits, which remains a felony ....
  • League of Women Voters hosts forums The League of Women Voters presents two election forums this week, with a candidates’ forum on tap for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. ....
  • Autopsy pending on MU student found unresponsive An autopsy is pending after a 20-year-old University of Missouri student was found unresponsive Sunday evening, but no foul play is suspected in the man’s death, Columbia police Officer Latisha Stroer ....
  • Fire damages mobile home No one was injured in a mobile home fire at 1501 Vandiver Drive on Sunday afternoon. ....
  • TIF lawsuit proceeds in circuit court Boone County Counselor C.J. Dykhouse’s lawsuit challenging the city’s authority to approve tax increment financing until 2017 is proceeding in Boone County Circuit Court after the Missouri Supreme Cou ....
  • Local health officials getting frequent Ebola updates Local public health officials are taking part in almost-daily press briefings and conference calls with federal health officials to stay informed about the Ebola virus. However, officials also caution ....
  • Landmark Bank names new president Landmark Bank announced Monday it has hired a new president for its Columbia branches and created a new position to help bolster the bank’s expansion efforts. ....

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