RoundUp: security cameras, cost of living and horses recovered

      Vandalism brings new security cameras Two acts of vandalism resulting in thousands of dollars in property damage have prompted the Warsaw School Board to install security cameras at the district's schools. __________________________________________ City, railroad closer to agreeing on letdown structure Letdown structure needed to carry excess storm water below BNSF tracks into Mississippi River__________________________________________ Report: The cost to live in Iowa depends on where you liveThe first sentence of The Iowa Policy Project report, "The Cost of Living in Iowa; 2011 Edition," is, "Iowans pay differing amounts for the basic living essentials depending on where they live."___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ Moberly embezzlement suspect to appear in court A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Monday for a former employee at Sam's Health Mart in Moberly accused of embezzling more than $59,000. ___________________________________________ Mare and colt recovered despite intentionally cut fence A Quincy family got wonderful news Friday night after their mare and colt had been missing for more than 24 hours. ___________________________________________ Five injured at State Fair Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers said the two women from California, Mo. who were hurt in Sunday night's crash at the state fair are expected to be released from the hospital Monday afternoon. ___________________________________________

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