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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
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One of the most striking stars in the entire night sky, visible to unaided eyes, has to be fiery red Betelgeuse.This beacon of the constellation Orion gives any stargazer pause to stop and admire, fitting for a star with a traffic light color.

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March is National Nutrition Month, and it’s a great time to examine your eating habits and make sure your eating habits are keeping you healthy and happy. Enlist some help from some handy apps that can help you track what you’re putting into your...

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For its first 20 minutes or so, it looks like “Chappie” is paying an awful lot of homage to “Robocop” (the original, not the remake). There’s havoc in the city streets, there are robotic cops trying to control it, there are point-of-view shots from...

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TIP OF THE WEEK

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Ingress agents love road trips! And Pulaski County is road trip country! Gather up your fellow agents and experience a day, or weekend, exploring legendary trails and roads, multiple eras of rich military history, and railroad boom...

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"At what point do women decide to cut their locks in their forties, fifties, or sixties? I tell you, I've been resisting the urge to cut a few inches off for way to long."

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So, did it work?When we left off with Grey's Anatomy

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The House passed legislation this week to make Missouri friendlier to businesses of all sizes. The legislation (HB 513) would reduce the filing fees for businesses throughout Missouri, and make Missouri the state with the lowest business fees in the...

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Remember when we said that you'd learn more about Mellie's background on

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Two Missouri state senators are calling for the Ferguson Police Department to be dissolved following a scathing federal report that found widespread racial bias among officers.

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The Missouri House gave initial approval Wednesday to a bill, HB 118, to reinstate limits on how much juries can award in noneconomic damages in medical malpractice cases against health care providers.

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