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Missouri State budget means tuition hikes, layoffs, no staff raises

Missouri State anticipates receiving approximately $8 million less in state funding than last year from the Legislature and governor.


The storms Friday around midday knocked out power to homes, snapped trees into pieces.


Cooler drier weather is moving in for the weekend


The storms Friday packed winds of up to nearly 60 miles per hour.



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Scout's memorial garden dedicated to sheriff's deputies


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Hearing about homeless camp cleanup will be rescheduled


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She said 'yes,' see a construction worker's proposal on I-44


Veterans take ride in 1944 World War II training plane


Trump signs 'historic' bill to transform VA


Ferguson attorney: Brown family settlement $1.5 million


Springfield School District will review security after shooting in parking lot


Thousands lost power in strong thunderstorm in Springfield


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White House calls Johnny Depp's remark about assassination 'sad'


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The State Champion Monett Cubs Have Turned Their Eyes To 2017


'Smoke alarms in all homes' moves to Grant Beach in Springfield


SLIDESHOW: KY3's Futurecast Radar maps hour-by-hour storms for Friday


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