Monday Apr 14
The Kansas City Star
Thought police killing debate on key concerns
Two months ago, a petition with more than 110,000 signatures was delivered to The Washington Post, demanding a ban on any article questioning global warming.
The lethal injection debate: How much should death row inmates know?
This week, the Supreme Court denied appeals by Louisiana and Missouri death row inmates who argued that they were entitled to know the source of the drugs with which they are to be executed, and that denial of that information compromises their right to due process.
Area flood warnings issued; water covering roadways
Much of Mid-Missouri is being warned that flash flooding is occurring this morning with heavy rainfall hammering the area.
Wall Street Journal
California Flies the Constitutional Coop
Six states-Missouri, Alabama, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Nebraska-sued California in federal court last month.
Reporter's Notebook: You can always talk about weather
I drove to Columbia on March 15. After buying a bicycle -- Surly Long Haul Trucker, for any aficionados -- I rode about 40 miles on the Katy Trail, going shirtless during the peak of the afternoon sunshine.
California, Missouri bowlers named Youth Ambassadors
He was elected as a youth director to the St. Louis USBC Board for the 2013-2014 season and also was appointed to the Missouri State USBC Youth Committee.
Hawk eyed: how to write about birds of prey
Anyone who has ever stopped to watch a hawk in flight will know that this is one of the natural world's most elegant phenomena.