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2 hrs ago | Trenton Republican-Times

Art Fest Draws Crowd

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.


6 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

Missouri education commissioner to resign

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.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Jay Nixon, US Governors

6 hrs ago | KMOV-TV Saint Louis

4 accused in fatal Franklin Co. wreck had been drinking, speeding, police say

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.


8 hrs ago | The Smoking Gun

Another F*&k*%g Classy Bunch Of Mug Shots

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.


Related Topix: Weird

12 hrs ago | KMIZ

Repair work delayed by a day on St. Louis bridge

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.


Related Topix: Missouri Government, Illinois, Illinois Government

13 hrs ago | River Front Times

The Best (and Worst) High School Mascots in Missouri

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.


Related Topix: Bolivar, MO

15 hrs ago | Business Journal

Sinquefield donates another $2.5 million to Grow Missouri

Retired financier Rex Sinquefield has contributed $2.5 million to the Grow Missouri organization.


18 hrs ago | KMIZ

Three Boone County businesses cited for selling alcohol to a minor

The Boone County Sheriff's Department sent an undercover minor to 10 businesses in Boone County for alcohol compliance checks Saturday night.


Related Topix: Missouri Government

Sun Sep 14, 2014


Missouri trooper worried about mistakes after drowning

KANSAS CITY a A Missouri Highway Patrol trooper expressed concerns in a call to a supervisor that he might have made mistakes after a handcuffed Iowa man drowned while in custody, according to newly released records.


KRCG-TV Jefferson City

What to expect for fall apple picking season

Apple orchards across central Missouri are packed full of fruit ripe for the picking, due mostly to favorable weather conditions. At Binder's Hilltop Apple and Berry Farm near Mexico, Kathy and Terry Robinson said they are excited to pick their own apples and turn them into delicious food.


Related Topix: Life, Fruits, Food, Agriculture, Science

The Miami Herald

Detroit cop faces 2nd trial in 7-year-old's death

In this May 18, 2010 file photo, Dominika Stanley, left, the mother of 7-year-old Aiyana Jones sits next to Aiyana's father Charles Jones in attorney Geoffrey Fieger's office in Southfield, Mich. A judge won't delay the trial of a Detroit police officer who accidentally killed 7-year-old Aiyana Jones during a raid, despite his attorney's concerns that a "media frenzy" following a police shooting in Missouri could harm his client's right to an impartial jury.


Related Topix: Violent Crime

News Tribune

Public defenders praise override of veto

The Missouri Public Defenders office is praising lawmakers after this week's vote to restore funding to the defender system. The General Assembly overrode Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of $3.47 million intended to pay private attorneys to handle cases where the public defender has a conflict.


Related Topix: Jay Nixon, US Governors

Sat Sep 13, 2014

Daily Mail

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Related Topix: Natalie Dormer, Watches, Travel

ABC News

New Focus on Minority Voting After Brown's Death

In this March 6, 2007 file photo, pennies rest on top of the headstone marking Dred Scott's grave on the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to deny Scott his freedom, at Calvary Cemetery in St. Louis. Pennies are placed on top of the marker to honor Lincoln's role in freeing the slaves.


Related Topix: University of Wisconsin Green Bay


Solar Storm Nearing Peak Could Cause Vivid Northern Lights Display

Thanks to two solar flares that occurred in rapid succession late this week, a widespread and potentially vivid display of the Northern Lights is possible for many parts of the U.S. and Canada. This could include parts of the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and Pacific Northwest, including cities such as Washington, D.C., St. Louis, Missouri, and Portland, Oregon.



Missouri lawmakers push electronic privacy, again

A new Missouri law banning schools from electronically tracking students is part of a recent national push among states to increase privacy protections, experts say. The bill will take effect in October after lawmakers overrode Gov. Jay Nixon 's veto of the bill this past week, just barely getting the required two-thirds majority in both chambers.


Related Topix: Jay Nixon, US Governors, Privacy, Education Etc.

KSDK-TV Saint Louis

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A Missouri man who robbed a Chili's restaurant with a BB gun has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison. Christopher Ford, 29, was sentenced Thursday to four years Missouri man sentenced in Chili's robbery EAST ST.


Related Topix: Federal Prisons, Prison

The Daily Caller

Missouri: Gun Owners Prevail In Veto Override Session

This week, Senate Bill 656 received final approval from the Missouri House of Representatives, and the veto by Governor Jay Nixon was overridden. Things started late Wednesday when the state Senate took up SB 656 during the veto override session and approved it by a 23 to 8 vote.


Related Topix: Guns, Missouri Government, Jay Nixon, US Governors, Education Etc., US News, Conservative Political News

Fri Sep 12, 2014


Inmate convicted of killing grandmother dies

The state Corrections Department says 31-year-old Troy Ford, of Springfield, was pronounced dead just before noon Friday at a northwest Missouri hospital. The agency says an autopsy will be performed.


WXOW-TV La Crosse

Solar storm arrives at Earth, but not a problem

A U.S. appeals court was set to hear arguments Friday on whether a Wisconsin law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls should be reactivated in time for the November elections following a... In a stunningly fast decision, a federal appeals court in Chicago reinstated Wisconsin's voter photo identification law on Friday - just hours after three Republican-appointed judges heard arguments on reactivating the... The state says three Ohio inmates who escaped from prison, including a convicted school shooter, have been transferred to a higher-security facility. The medical director of the facility where Joan Rivers went into cardiac arrest during a routine procedure is no longer at the clinic.


Related Topix: US Military, US Navy


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