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A Missouri inmate convicted in a 1998 double homicide was executed by lethal injection after the U.S. Supreme Court and Gov. Jay Nixon denied pleas for clemency, according to a Sept. 9 news release from Nixon's office.
The Missouri Students Association released a video Tuesday that features MU students and an administrator speaking out against sexual violence and assault in the MU community. The video was shared through a letter emailed to MU students on behalf of Kelsey Haberberger, MSA president.
CIO President Richard Trumka has been particularly passionate about fighting racism, and speaking to the Missouri AFL-CIO, he addressed the killing of Michael Brown: Now, some people might ask me why our labor movement should be involved in all that has happened since the tragic death of Michael Brown in Ferguson. And I want to answer that question directly.
LHS named one of the best, again Lindbergh High School has been named by Newsweek as one of the best high schools in the United States. Check out this story on KSDK.com: http://on.ksdk.com/1u20O4o ST.
By the time Donnie Missouri met Rosaleita Fulford, the soft-spoken 44-year-old woman had funded a drug habit with prostitution and theft. "I was off the chain," she says.
Missouri Representative Paul Weiland doesn't want his daughters taking birth control, and he's taking the Obama administration to court to stop the Affordable Care Act from giving it to them for free.
If same-sex marriage became legal in Missouri tomorrow, gay couples marrying in the state would bring in more than $36.6 million in three years, including $23 million in the first year alone, according to a new study .
On September 10, the Missouri General Assembly voted to override Governor Jay Nixon's veto of SB 866 , which defines traditional installment loans as "fixed rate, fully amortized, closed-end extensions of direct consumer loans" and preempts certain local government actions that would affect lenders who only make such installment loans and who operate under a consumer installment loan license or a consumer credit loan license. The preemption provisions do not apply to ordinances in a home rule city with more than four hundred thousand residents and located in more than one county, i.e., Kansas City, or to a charter provision or valid ordinance as of August 28, 2014, that expressly applies to traditional installment loan lenders.
Augusta, who was the Tigers' most improved defensive lineman last spring, picked Missouri over offers from Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame and Oklahoma among others, according to Rivals.com.
T Photo/Seth Herrold Area residents got a chance to bid on various items donated for auction at the 2014 Art Fest fundraiser for the North 65 Center on Saturday night. Around 100 persons attended the event, which included both a silent and live auction as well as live music and wine tasting.
Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro announced Monday that she will resign at the end of this year, concluding a five-year tenure marked by repeated criticism as the state adopted new school accreditation standards and dealt with struggling districts. In a written statement announcing Nicastro's departure, the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education noted her tenure has included the implementation of new standards for student achievement, school district classification, teacher preparation and early childhood education.
Four drivers were arrested following Friday's accident that killed 15-year-old Donnie Tipton as he waited for his school bus. The Missouri Highway Patrol says 23-year-old Ethan Humphries was driving one of four cars traveling too fast on Missouri 30, one mile east of the Meramec River.
SEPTEMBER 15--The Missouri woman who leads off this week's mug shot roundup was busted Tuesday on a vehicular charge. Which allowed her to show off that "Fuckin' Classy" chest tattoo during the booking process.
The Missouri Department of Transportation was supposed to start work Monday to repair pavement on the busy bridge that spans the Mississippi River between Missouri and Illinois. KSDK-TV reports that the work will now start Tuesday evening.
We've had enough with the prototypical St. Louis question, "Where'd you go to high school?" After looking at the Missouri State High School Activities Association's list of every school mascot in the state, we think a much more entertaining question would be, "What was your high school mascot?" Missouri has some doozies.
Retired financier Rex Sinquefield has contributed $2.5 million to the Grow Missouri organization.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 02:59 am
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