Missouri Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Attorney General sues Missouri meat-processing facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Greenwich Citizen

    Attorney General Chris Koster has filed a lawsuit accusing a small southeast Missouri meat-processing plant of polluting a steam with slaughterhouse waste. The suit filed Friday in Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court charges Fruitland American Meat in Jackson with water pollution, illegal discharge and reporting failures.


  2. Dear Reader: Neighbors heard, not saw, police shoot a suspect at an Mu parking garageRead the original story

    Yesterday | Missourian

    ... when she heard gunshots. Tom Warhover is the executive editor of the Missourian. Contact him by e-mail at warhovert@missouri.edu or by phone at (573) 882-5734. Her first reaction was to hit the floor. Her second reaction, after figuring the shooting ...


  3. Jefferson City firefighters complete building collapse trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KRCG-TV Jefferson City

    31 members attended the 80-hour structural collapse training sessions, hosted by the University of Missouri Fire Rescue Training Institute. Crews learned how to handle a variety of rescue situations, including rope, trench, and confined rescues, ...


  4. Tide Travels To Play MissouriRead the original story

    Friday | Roll Bama Roll

    The Crimson Tide will travel to Columbia Missouri this weekend to take on the 14th ranked Missouri Tigers in a key SEC series. Alabama got a much-needed series win last weekend, defeating the Georgia Bulldogs two games-to-one.


  5. Akers promoted at S-C Jrotc Awards NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sedalia Democrat

    ... national championships in June. Three cadets received Army ROTC scholarships to attend the University of Central Missouri: Cristina Tejeda, Connor Greene and Matthew Binney. In addition, Joshua Lewis was named Cadet of the Year. Other key promotions ...


  6. Dog tied to tree and left for weeks without food and waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    In St. Francois County, Missouri, one dog managed to break free from his chain to try to scrounge scraps from garbage bins. His buddy was not as lucky. 1 comment

  7. Leftists Seem Bent on Denying Objective RealitiesRead the original story

    Friday | NewsBusters.org

    ... halls of Congress? The lie was that Michael Brown had held his hands up to surrender to a white racist Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, Darren Wilson, who then shot him in cold blood. Even after it was proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that the ...


  8. Mo. guardsmen: Ferguson protesters the 'enemy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City

    As the Missouri National Guard prepared to deploy to help quell riots in Ferguson, Missouri, that raged sporadically last year, the guard used highly militarized words such as "enemy forces" and "adversaries" to refer to protesters, according to documents obtained by CNN. The guard came to Ferguson to support law enforcement officers, whom many community leaders and civil rights activists accused of using excessive force and inflaming an already tense situation in protests that flared sporadically from August through the end of the year.


  9. Minnesota Gun Laws: Can Visitors Carry Their Firearm?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Max

    ... concealed handgun for the following 15 reciprocal states: Alaska, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. The Minnesota resident permit, however, is ...


  10. St. Louis Marathon strips winner's title, says she cheatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Organizers of the St. Louis marathon stripped the winner of her title this week, saying she had crept onto the course late in the race for the second consecutive year to make it appear she had run all 26.2 miles. GO! St. Louis Marathon officials said 26-year-old Kendall Schler of Columbia, Missouri, slipped into the race Sunday after the final checkpoint and appeared to be the first of 582 female finishers.


  11. Missouri Guard on Ferguson protesters: 'Enemy forces'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CNN

    Ferguson activists march through downtown St. Louis during a protest on Saturday, March 14. The Ferguson Police Department has been under fire since one of its officers, Darren Wilson, shot and killed African-American teen Michael Brown in August, and more recently since a scathing U.S. Department of Justice report documented a pattern of racial discrimination. Ferguson, Missouri, Mayor James Knowles joins business owners to speak to the press outside a restaurant on March 14 in Ferguson, Missouri.


  12. Missouri parents guilty of caging autistic sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    A St. Louis-area husband and wife have been found guilty of child endangerment for putting their autistic son in a makeshift cage. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a jury reached the guilty verdict Friday for 45-year-old Terry Smith and his 44-year-old wife, Victoria.


  13. Accessible playground gets big grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Home

    The "NEMO Playground" project in Kirksville was awarded a $28,090 grant last week by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The funding was awarded through the Northeast Missouri Solid Waste Management District in Memphis, Mo.


  14. RR bridge construction will close Missouri 125 for 5 monthsRead the original story

    Friday | Joplin

    The Missouri Department of Transportation is getting ready to build a bridge over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks on Missouri 125 at Oak Grove Heights, between Strafford and Rogersville.


  15. Local Podiatrist Charged Taxpayers $999,170 for Toenail ClippingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | River Front Times

    Toenail clippings earned a Chesterfield podiatrist nearly $1 million -- but he won't be laughing all the way to the bank. As far as white-collar crime goes, this is pretty icky stuff: Prosecutors say a St. Louis-area podiatrist charged the state and federal government nearly $1 million merely for clipping the toenails of Missouri's elderly residents.


  16. Missouri woman shares amazing story of surviving a heart attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | KCTV5

    Jenna Tischer had just given birth to her second child. She was a healthy, 30-year-old wife and mother.


  17. Roof to roadRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2009 | Examiner.com

    ... North 63rd Street in Boulder. This first project will contain approximately 7% recycled shingles. According to the Missouri Department of Transportation this mix of recycled asphalt shingles could result in savings of between $3.00 and $5.00 per ton ...


  18. LoginRead the original story

    Friday | Trenton Republican-Times

    GPCink.com combines NorthwestMissouri.com and ShoMeMore.com for Real Estate, Auction and Vehicle listings from leading professionals in North Missouri and South Iowa. Over 1,000 photos along with nearly 500 archived articles reveal much of our history -- from pioneer tales and trails to Frank & Jesse James, from Civil War to WWII veterans, from "Amish Ways" to Jerry Litton ...and more.


  19. Princeton, Trenton FFA Teams Do WellRead the original story

    Friday | Trenton Republican-Times

    FFA meats judging teams from Princeton and Trenton finished among the top four teams in the state at the Missouri FFA Convention CDE competition in Columbia on Friday. Princeton took second place and received Group I honors while Trenton finished fourth and also received a Group I rating.


  20. Spring has Sprung Mixed Success for VolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily News

    ... his team. So did UT fans. The Vols fell to 15-16, 5-10 in the SEC with last Saturday's 10-1 loss to No. 23-ranked Missouri, which won the last two games of the three-game series at UT's Lindsey Nelson Stadium. UT has won one of five SEC series going ...