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  • Missouri House prepares to take on traffic fine limits (VIDEO)
    The Missouri House is preparing to begin work on a bill the state Senate passed that would tighten restrictions on how much money cities can make from traffic tickets and fines. The legislation, SB 5, would lower from 30 to 10 the percentage of a city’s total revenue that can come from those sources, and […]  Thu, 02 Apr 2015 00:49:33 +0000

  • Death sentences upheld for Laclede County, Missouri murders
    The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the death sentences of a Lebanon man convicted of the murders of a Laclede County couple in 2010. Jesse Driskill is sentenced to death for murdering 82-year-old Johnnie Wilson and his wife, 76-year-old Coleen, in their home north of Bennett Springs State Park, in July of 2010. The couple […]  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 19:46:47 +0000

  • Medical marijuana bill moves through Missouri House with more regulations
    A bill that would legalize medical marijuana is close to being debated by one chamber of the Missouri legislature. HB 800 is sponsored by State Representative Dave Hinson of St. Clair, who presented the bill before a House committee on Emerging Issues last month.  Hinson’s bill would legalize medical cannabis and create a system for […]  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 12:33:19 +0000

  • Missouri auditor’s spokesman’s note: ‘I just can’t take being unemployed again’
    The family of the state auditor’s office spokesman, Spence Jackson, wanted a note found in his apartment Sunday to be released in hopes of ending some speculation into why he apparently committed suicide. Jefferson City Police say Jackson died from a single gunshot wound to the head, and they are investigating his death as a […]  Tue, 31 Mar 2015 20:26:42 +0000

  • Police to ‘discuss’ contents of note left by late Missouri auditor’s spokesman
    The Jefferson City Police Department plans to discuss this afternoon the contents of the note left behind by Spence Jackson, the communications director for the auditor’s office, who investigators believe committed suicide over the weekend. Police say preliminary findings of the medical examiner regarding the cause of Jackson’s death will also be disclosed, and some […]  Tue, 31 Mar 2015 15:57:15 +0000


  • KOMU.com

  • MU library hopes to charge students fees
    MU library hopes to charge students fees
    MU Ellis library plans to charge students library fees.

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  • Lack of lethal drugs could alter Missouri death penalty procedure
    Lack of lethal drugs could alter Missouri death penalty procedure
    The American Pharmacists Association has made it clear that it no longer wants to supply lethal drugs for executions.

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      Wed, 1 Apr 2015 19:16:37 CST

  • Missouri transit systems oppose bill to allow guns on trains
    Missouri transit systems oppose bill to allow guns on trains
    Representatives from Missouri public transit systems say a bill to allow guns on buses and trains strips local control.

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      Wed, 1 Apr 2015 18:37:23 CST

  • Survey ranks Missouri in top 10 for mood-altering drug use
    Survey ranks Missouri in top 10 for mood-altering drug use
    Missouri ranks eighth in mood-altering drug use among all states. A local doctor said it's a fairly common occurrence to see someone on a prescription medication for mood change.

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      Wed, 1 Apr 2015 18:30:44 CST

  • Fulton Public Schools self-reports federal law violations
    Fulton Public Schools self-reports federal law violations
    Fulton Public Schools has self-reported federal law violations that administrators believe were committed when students were asked personal questions during an activity recently in a Fulton Middle School physical education class.

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      Wed, 1 Apr 2015 18:22:51 CST


  • Columbia Daily Tribune - news/local

  • Community, pizza lovers react to planned Shakespeare's changes
    // <![CDATA[ // ]]> [View the story "Shakespeare's announcement sparks skepticism, nostalgia " on Storify]  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 15:25:00 -0500

  • City closes recycling drop-off site at Patricia's Foods
    The city of Columbia announced Tuesday it has closed the recycling drop-off location at the former Patricia’s Foods.  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 14:00:00 -0500

  • Commission tables rezoning request near Battle High
    Uncertainty about compliance with a shared maintenance agreement for a private drive led the Boone County Commission on Tuesday to table a rezoning request that would increase use of the drive.  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 14:00:00 -0500

  • Public locked out of McCulloch forum at MU
    Hulston Hall’s doors were locked as St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch spoke Tuesday at the University of Missouri’s School of Law, with both the public and members of the media sh  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 14:00:00 -0500

  • Sturgeon man wins $278,000 prize
    A Sturgeon man won $278,000 from a Missouri Lottery game.  Wed, 01 Apr 2015 14:00:00 -0500


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