Andrew Nichols

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Andrew is a student newscaster.

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  • La Russa, Torre Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame
  • Nixon outlines plan for new mental hospital
  • Springfield studying new graduation requirements
  • Fort Leonard Wood returns to core mission

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  • Columbia City Council to vote on definition of family in zoning ordinances
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  • Rural areas worry about food stamp cuts
  • Special incentive on Boeing tax incentive to convene Monday

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  • Number of international students in Missouri rises
  • Columbia film fest wins grant from Oscars group
  • Missouri gov. denies clemency for serial killer
  • Airports contribute $11 billion to Missouri's economy

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  • Missouri minimum wage to rise to $7.50 an hour
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  • Mo. workers to get extra time off at Thanksgiving
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  • Diocese seeking new parish, school in Columbia
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  • Mo. report chides indifference to privacy right
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  • University of Mo. opens new pediatric rehab center
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  • Nixon releases money to help rebuild NE Mo. school
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  • Prosecutor accepts insanity plea in VA hospital murder case
  • Gun found in bathroom at Missouri Capitol
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  • Hanaway May Run For Missouri Governor In 2016
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The man who killed a fellow patient at Columbia’s Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital in February has been found not guilty of murder.

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  • Kinder Blasts 'Obamacare' One Week Before Mo.'s Federal Health Exchange Opens
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  • Man charged in boat accident on Lake of the Ozarks
  • Judge: Linn State drug testing unconstitutional
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Members of the Columbia Mayor’s Taskforce on Community Violence have agreed on a plan to find out more about tackling violence in the city. 

The task force was created in response to a number of high-profile crimes in Columbia over the summer.  Members will ask Columbia police to come to their next meeting in two weeks to outline the number of shots fired incidents in the city over the past two years.

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  • Mo. auditor says license policy violated state law
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  • House Rep. LaFaver arrested for marijuana possession
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  • House Rep. LaFaver arrested for marijuana possession
  • Test burn on grass for fuel program raises issues
  • Mo. financial adviser gets probation in Memphis
  • Mo. House committee discusses social services department
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