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Beginning next summer, students living on all Missouri public university and college campuses will be legally required to be immunized against meningitis - a requirement already in place for the the University of Missouri System.
When I was growing up, we were never allowed to play with fireworks. When I was a little girl, a group of grown boys in Kansas City threw a handful of flaming firecrackers on me and I suffered some painful burns on my legs.
While you might have the "detour blues" after the latest construction on the Route B bridge over Business Loop 70, the Missouri Department of Transportation told ABC 17 there's good news.
Loyd Seabaugh drove his tank through the surf and onto the sandy beach in Normandy, France, trying in vain to dodge the bodies of soldiers littering his path.
The sheriff of a rural northeast Missouri county is jailed on charges that he illegally took inmates to bars and had them do work at his home.
A Boulder County clerk who has been issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of Colorado's gay-marriage ban can continue, a judge ruled Thursday.
Missourians living overseas - including those in the military - can now register to vote and get their absentee ballots online through a new secure website set up by the secretary of state's office.
In the nation's agricultural heartland, farming is more than a multibillion-dollar industry that feeds the world.
Kraus, who is unopposed for a second term in the Senate, plans to form an official campaign committee for statewide office immediately after the general election in November.
Four former corrections officers at an eastern Missouri prison are facing criminal charges -- three accused of abusing inmates and one for alleged sexual contact with a convicted killer.
When Bobby Leonard was questioned about shooting his wife, Carolyn, in the shoulder on Saturday, he didn't mince words.
The health care provisions are contained in a pair of wide-ranging bills, which also extend the life of a state prescription drug program for seniors.
A suburban St. Louis residential care facility has been fined $135,000 for failing to have running water for three days in 2010.
A new piece in Politico Magazine puts the spotlight on St. Louis retired financier Rex Sinquefield, claiming that he has "fundamentally transformed the state's sleepy politics in less than a decade."
AS SOME WANT TO ADD A DESCRIPTION TO THE CONSTITUTION. AMENDMENT 5 WOULD DECLARE THAT THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS IS AN INALIENABLE RIGHT.
When Ray Nagin was elected mayor in 2002, there was real hope that he was a break from the city's sleazy past.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 01:57 am
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