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Ain't It Cool News
Mr. Beaks Ponders Brad Pitt in the Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Through skill, grit and no shortage of luck, the outlaw Jesse James had somehow made it into his thirties, living just long enough to not only become the printed legend, but to be regaled with the dime-novel exaggerations of his exploits by a curious young man named Robert Ford.
5 hrs ago
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
With snow approaching, MoDOT issues winter weather warning
With the forecast calling for widespread snowfall and ice accumulation for much of the state on Thursday and Friday, the Missouri Department of Transportation is reminding commuters ahead of time to drive safe in winter weather.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Boeing Tantalizes Governors Bidding for 777X Production
Governors of more than a dozen states are rushing to offer incentives such as subsidized training and infrastructure to convince Boeing Co.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Obama Offers Second Chance For Missouri Court Nominee
President Obama has made it a priority to choose federal judges who are diverse in terms of race or gender.
State Senator wants background checks for health navigators
A bill filed by a Missouri state Senator would add another hurdle for those seeking to become a certified health care navigator in the state.
Former state tourism director drives on all of Missouri back roads
John Robinson has marked in black all the roads he has traveled on his highway map.
Missouri lawmaker resigns after accusations of stealing
Missouri state Rep. Steve Webb has resigned following charges of campaign finance violations.
Woman who lost her daughter in car accident promotes seat belt use
Mindy Johnson can only guess why her daughter wasn't wearing a seat belt as she drove to work Aug. 29. Kendra Meacham, 21, was thrown from the car as it overturned.
Probation for man convicted in fatal crash
A judge has granted probation to a man convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the 2011 vehicle crash that killed two Missouri Southern State University football players.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Saint Louis Front Page
Airports Contribute $11 Billion to Missouri Economy, MoDOT Study Finds
As the Arctic air sweeps in it will replace temperatures in the 50s, 60s and 70s with temperatures in the teens, 20s and 30s, in portions of the Plains and Midwest.
Study: Airports contribute $11B to Mo. economy
A recent Missouri Department of Transportation study estimates that the annual economic output of the state's airport system is $11.1 billion.
State wants renewable-energy lawsuit thrown out
Months after an environmental group sued state officials alleging Missouri is not fully implementing a renewable energy law passed by voters, the state is trying to get the lawsuit thrown out.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Tony's Kansas City
TKC Exclusive Question: is Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar...
Recently, we discovered that the LAWSUIT AGAINST THE KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR IS STILL GOING STRONG .
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Missouri governor calls special session in bid for Boeing 777x
Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri has called a special session of his state's legislature to help Missouri win production of Boeing's next-generation commercial aircraft, the 777X.
Nixon calls special session to pass Boeing incentives
Gov. Jay Nixon today called a special session of the General Assembly to begin Monday, in an effort to pass an incentive package to lure production of Boeing's newest jetliner to Missouri.
Missouri State Parks encourages families to enjoy 'Black Friday' hikes
Missouri State Parks encourages Missourians to get outdoors on Nov. 29 to enjoy an adventure on a trail in Missouri State Parks.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
MODOT prepares to keep the roadways safe this winter season
The Missouri Department of Transportation held its winter operations drill earlier this month to prepare employees statewide for monitoring our roadways.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Mo. National Guard Handling IDs For Gay Spouses
The Missouri National Guard is processing requests from same-sex partners for military ID cards that are the gateway to accessing benefits.
Courthouse News Service
Conviction Stands in Horrific Elder Abuse Case
A woman whose mother's rotting flesh led to a fatal staph infection cannot overturn her first-degree elder abuse conviction, a Missouri appeals court ruled.
County Commission Meeting Tuesday
The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse, with numerous items on the agenda.