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56 min ago | The Washington Post
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the National Guard to withdraw from Ferguson beginning Friday as tensions cooled.
1 hr ago | Missourian
More than three years after Missouri passed a law to crack down on the state's worst puppy mills, officials have seen a threefold increase in prosecutions.
5 hrs ago | Scanews.com
A motion for judgment has been filed in a lawsuit accusing the state of violating Sunshine Laws for refusing to provide information related to Missouri executions.
The silence I'm referring to is from our so-called state leaders in Tallahassee.
The Missouri Public Service Commission denied Noranda Aluminum Inc.'s request for a lower electricity rate from Ameren Missouri.
Dignitaries cut a carbon ribbon to kick off the project. Applicants have until the end of the year to apply for the awards for their use of green energy.
Today, Dr. Miller-Meeks is proud to announce that Representatives Diane Black, R-Tennessee & Ann Wagner, R-Missouri will be joining her on the campaign trail this Wednesday and Thursday for stops across Iowa's Second Congressional District.
At last week's Neighborhoods, Housing and Healthy Communities meeting, Scott Overbay, project manager for the Parks and Recreation Department, gave a short update on where the project stands.
Authorities charged the clergy members with obstructing Government operations and first degree trespassing.
Back early from vacation on Martha's Vineyard, President Obama delivered a statement this afternoon on the situation in Ferguson, reiterating his careful balancing act from last week.
Though he was a long-shot for the presidential nomination in 2016, the governor was seen as a potential Democratic vice presidential contender, because of his red-state roots and ability to appeal to populist and conservative Democrats.
St. Louis, MO, United States - Health insurance carriers all across the country are disclosing what they plan to charge customers for coverage in 2015 almost everywhere, that is, except Missouri.
The announcement came overnight Monday to help restore order to the St. Louis suburb after a week of sometimes-violent protests over the fatal police shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager, Michael Brown.
Governor Jay Nixon signed an executive order directing the Missouri National Guard to Ferguson to restore order and to protect the citizens.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 06:10 am
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