May 26, 2013
Legendary Developer John Q. Hammons Dies at Age 94
The Missouri native and long-time Springfield businessman, whose greatest passions were hotel development and sports, remained active in business until the age of 91.
Republican gun policy: a study in societal decline
Yesterday, ThinkProgress reported on the arming of schoolteachers in Missouri. They pointed out how the angst and woe over police response time, a problem Missouri is solving by turning their teachers into concealed carry ninjas, has been caused by the Grover Norquist types interested in making government small enough for them to murder.
KMOV-TV Saint Louis
Southern Missouri school district arms employees
A rural school district in the south-central Missouri town of West Plains it now allows some employees to carry concealed weapons into its school.
Counselors on hand when students returned to school today in Wheaton
Counselors from surrounding school districts were brought in this morning to help students in the Wheaton District come to terms with the tragic deaths on Thanksgiving Day of two fellow students.
Boy dies after ATV rollover in Barry County on Thanksgiving
A 13-year-old boy has died of injuries suffered when an all-terrain vehicle he was riding flipped and landed on top of him in Barry County.