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Posted on 9.2.14 at 3 PM
Handcuffed student's drowning reveals problems with Missouri Water Patrol
Kansas City Star
As retired Water Patrol officers have told The Star, policing Missouri's waterways is not the same as patrolling its highways. It ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 3 PM
Missouri punter Christian Brinser's patience pays off
Kansas City Star
Missouri senior punter Christian Brinser called home in May with big news. "I'm your favorite child now," he jokingly told his ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 3 PM
Ministers ask Nixon to stop Missouri executions
KMBC Kansas City
Missouri is scheduled to execute another death row inmate in September, but a group of Kansas City ministers has asked Gov. ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 2 PM
Severe storms overturn two campers; other damages reported
There's plenty of cleanup from last night's severe thunderstorms. Emergency managers say most of the damages are located in Newton County, ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 1 PM
Alagasco acquired by Missouri-based company: What customers need to know
Laclede currently provides gas services for over 90% of all gas customers in Missouri, and with the acquisition of Alagasco will ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 11 AM
Our View: Challenge to class of 2015
Joplin Globe
What makes the Joplin High School class of 2015 so different? For one thing, these students have never known what it ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 11 AM
Missouri, K-State football teams rise in coaches poll, stay put in AP rankings
Kansas City Star
No. 20 Kansas State and No. 24 Missouri stayed put in the new Associated Press Top 25 but both rose in ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 10 AM
21 Groups Unite to Override Missouri Gov's Vetoes of Farm Bills
Twenty-one organizations representing tens of thousands of farmers, ranchers and small businesses unite in an effort to override Governor Jay Nixon's ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 9 AM
Expect a 15-cent increase in Missouri's minimum wage
The Missouri wage floor rose from $7.35 an hour last year to $7.50 this year and another 15-cent increase, to $7.65, ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 9 AM
Missouri regulators approve change in air pollution fees
The Missouri Air Conservation Commission voted Tuesday to proceed with the new fees after Missouri Department of Natural Resources staff spent ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 7 AM
Joplin High School opens; traffic poses problems
Joplin Globe
Joplin High School principal Kerry Sachetta greets students as they arrive for their first day of school at the new Joplin ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 5 AM
Overnight storms cause power outages in Joplin, Galena
Joplin Globe
A series of thunderstorms late Monday and early Tuesday have caused damage and knocked out power in several areas of Joplin ...

Posted on 9.2.14 at 3 AM
Missouri seeks to get more local food into schools
Belleville News Democrat
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri is offering grants to help get more locally produced food into school meals and snacks. The ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 10 PM
Carl Junction beats East Newton in Big 8 Conference opener
Joplin Globe
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. -- The pitching of Sydni Beck and home runs from Arista Pattyson and Skylar Sadler lifted Carl Junction ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 10 PM
Spotlight on Missouri Lottery reveals far-flung travel by employees
JEFFERSON CITY • Nine Missouri Lottery employees took a state-paid trip to Orlando, Fla., in July 2012 to attend a "professional ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 10 PM
Currency manipulation must end to create jobs in Missouri
American businesses could be hiring more workers today if we ended unfair trade practices used by some of our trading partners. ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 9 PM
OCC volleyball takes third at Iowa Spikefest
Joplin Globe
Ozark Christian College finished third in the Faith Baptist Bible Spikefest at Ankeny (Iowa) on Friday and Saturday. The Ambassadors take ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 9 PM
Joplin City Council to act on CVB grant requests
Joplin Globe
The Joplin City Council will be asked Monday night to approve nine special events grants recommended by the Joplin Convention and ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 8 PM
Missouri governor names Isom new public safety director
New Pittsburgh Courier
Former St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom, left, speaks after he is named director of the Missouri Department of Public Safety ...

Posted on 9.1.14 at 7 PM
After a Father's Plea, Few in Missouri Try to Disrupt Traffic
New York Times
Motorists in Missouri stopped their vehicles at 4:30 p.m. in a an effort to hold a four-and-a-half minute blockade in a ...

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