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The director of Boone County Joint Communications says the call center has seen a decline in the number of applicants. Find out the reasons why on KOMU 8 News at 5.

The House of Representatives is expected to pass the Democrats' $750 billion health care, energy and climate bill on Friday.

The price tag to fix the sidewalks in MU's Greektown is $350,000, with half of the funds coming from the city, and the other half coming from the university.

If you're in an area that lacks cloud cover tonight, look to the north and away from light pollution for your best chances at seeing the Perseid Meteor Shower. The best viewing time will be just after midnight, according to NASA.

The first change with the lighting is to fix the controls so that an individual who is playing tennis can walk over and push button to control the lighting.

Gov. Andy Beshear urged those getting turned down to take their cases directly to agency representatives in the region. Surging waters swept away homes, inundated communities and led to at least 38 deaths.

Albuquerque police this week also shared eight incident reports with CNN involving Syed dating back to 2017.


BREAKING: MU News Bureau said Professor Dale Brigham's resignation was not accepted.

BREAKING: The Missouri Senate passes House Bill 126, banning abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy.

Columbia city attorney's office confirmed MU Assistant Professor Melissa Click has been charged with assault.

BREAKING: MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin announced he will resign, effective at the end of 2015.

The Columbia Public School District is closed tomorrow, Dec. 19, due to the weather.

BREAKING: CPS has confirmed Hickman High School football coach Arnel Monroe passed away around 8:30 this morning.

In-person classes at MU will be suspended through the end of the week while all classes will go online March 16-20. Most university related travel will be halted through April 12.

Moberly Public Schools will be closed tomorrow due to weather conditions.