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Missouri Public Employees Now Safe from Pension Advances
Retired public employees who are drawn into these misleading agreements can now take legal action against the businesses offering them.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
PHOTOS: MU celebrates National Bow Tie Day
The Missouri Student Unions helped MU students, faculty and staff celebrate National Bow Tie Day on Thursday.
Richmond Daily News
Elections: 'Right to Farm' vote will be recounted
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander announced Tuesday that a statewide recount of Constitutional Amendment 1, which appeared on the Aug. 5 primary ballot has been requested.
Interest strong in city workshops on historic preservation
How to paint, repair and restore wood floors and window restoration were the top challenges facing owners of historic properties in Columbia.
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
MoDOT warns of 'pavement blowups'MoDOT warns of 'pavement...
MoDOT warns of 'pavement blowups' There's a new warning from the Missouri Department of Transportation to drivers everywhere.
Treasurer Zweifel Announces Winners of MOST 529 State Fair Giveaway...
This year, Treasurer Zweifel and MOST 529 sponsored a giveaway to encourage participation in the college savings program.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
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Kander Issues Investor Alert For Missourians
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander has issued an investor alert due to questionable ads regarding investments in variable annuities.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Looking for information, photos about Vietnam casualties
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation has launched an initiative - "Faces Never Forgotten" - to obtain photographs of every U.S. service member killed in action in Vietnam.
Sedalia News Journal
Kander announces recount on statewide ballot measure
Secretary of State Jason Kander today announced a statewide recount of Constitutional Amendment 1, which appeared on Missouri's August 5th primary election ballot, has been requested.
Dear Reader: 'Dog days of summer' arrive, but the fault is in the stars
Without fail, this summer's greetings included remarks about how wonderful the weather was.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Extreme temperatures causing pavement blow-ups
Monday, Missouri Department of Transportation road crews fixed a pavement blow-up, or road buckle, on Highway 63 just north of Jefferson City.
Scholarship to Make 'Back-to-School' a Reality for More Working Adults
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As children and young adults head back to school, thousands of working Missourians who desire a bachelor's or master's degree find college out of reach.
The Daily Caller
Another State Adds 'Don't Tread on Me' Flag To License Tags
Drivers in another state will soon be able to obtain official license tags featuring the "Don't Tread on Me" flag that has been adopted by the tea party movement.
Prosecutions, fines increase in puppy mill cases
State officials say prosecutions and fines have increased in the three years since a law was passed to crack down on Missouri's worst puppy mills.
UUA balances budget with cuts, $400K loan from endowment
Christopher L. Walton Missouri UUs hold vigils, collect food for Ferguson UUA president decries 'profoundly unsettling' images of police action after killing of Michael Brown.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Our Opinion: Transparency needed in contaminated power plant water issue
We don't anticipate three-eyed fish in Stinson Creek or glasses of water in our homes that can double as nightlights.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
In Missouri... 'Show Me' Something To Believe In
The state at the center of recent controversy regarding race and the militarization of the nation's police departments has political shortcomings that extend far beyond those issues.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Interstate 44 resurfacing project begins Monday
Drivers can expect nighttime lane closures and some traffic delays on Interstate 44 in Newton County for a resurfacing project that begins Monday, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
Sedalia News Journal
High traffic volumes expected for Labor Day weekend, MoDOT says
Missourians are preparing to celebrate the last holiday of summer, Labor Day. Typically, this weekend sees heavy volumes on Missouri's roads as many people will be taking one last summer trip.
The Washington Post
Read in: Uneasy Calm Edition
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the National Guard to withdraw from Ferguson beginning Friday as tensions cooled.