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A wrongful termination lawsuit filed against the Cordish Companies and other companies alleges that downtown Kansas City's Power & Light entertainment district deliberately created disturbances to eject black patrons.
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The bill, proposed by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., had the support of 55 of the chamber's 100 members, including 10 Republicans.
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Missouri cancer patients who rely on oral chemotherapy pills could see lower costs under legislation sent to the governor's desk Thursday.
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STATE OF NEBRASKA JOINS MISSOURI IN CALIFORNIA LAWSUIT Mar. 6, 2014 BrownfieldAgNews reports: The state of Nebraska is joining Missouri's lawsuit challenging California's egg production standards.
Cassandra Foster of Olathe knows how a simple screening test - not required in Kansas - can save a newborn baby's life.
A new budget plan in the Missouri House revealed today would increase core funding for public higher education in Missouri by 2 percent -- instead of the 5 percent touted by the governor -- a decrease that could force the four-campus University of Missouri System to reluctantly raise tuition in the spring of 2015 or cap enrollment.
College might not be for everybody, says Timothy M. Wolfe, president of the four-campus University of Missouri System.
The legislation attempts to re-impose a $350,000 cap on noneconomic damages for issues such as pain and suffering that was struck down by the Missouri Supreme Court in 2012.
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As this hellish winter slowly comes to an end, you may start to notice something strange in Missouri's lakes and ponds: Apparently, Missourians are braving the slowly climbing temperatures only to find their nearby body of water full of dead fish.
In a new partnership, Secretary of State Jason Kander announced Tuesday that his office and the Missouri Press Association have teamed up to print the 2013-14 Official Manual, commonly known as the "Blue Book," as a hard copy.
Police are investigating the discovery of an infant's body in a recreation area near the University of Central Missouri campus in Warrensburg.
Missouri's six wealthiest residents, as ranked by Forbes last fall, appear on the publication's new list of the world's billionaires, including the family that owns St. Louis' largest privately held company.
A Missouri man who lost a memorial bracelet honoring his brother who died in Iraq has learned that it turned up on a Florida beach, roughly 250 miles from where he lost it two years ago.
An offer by the Route 66 Candy Shoppe to hand out free fudge to anyone tipping the scales at more than 300 pounds has become a weighty issue in the Ozark town of Waynesville.
Moving Missouri's primary election date from August to June would give candidates more time to campaign against their rival party's counterparts, but it would shorten the time they have to distinguish themselves from rivals within their own party before nominees are picked.