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KRMS-AM Osage Beach
Food Banks See Increase In Clients
As Lake area food pantries continue to face mounting challenges, a new study shows just how significant the issue is, not only at the local level but across the State.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
KRMS-AM Osage Beach
23 Ministers Charged For Disruption
Authorities charged the clergy members with obstructing Government operations and first degree trespassing.
New York Magazine
Obama Treads Lightly, Again, on Ferguson: 'Listen and Heal,' Don't 'Holler and Shout'
Back early from vacation on Martha's Vineyard, President Obama delivered a statement this afternoon on the situation in Ferguson, reiterating his careful balancing act from last week.
Campaign Overnight: Nixon hopes derailed by Ferguson
Though he was a long-shot for the presidential nomination in 2016, the governor was seen as a potential Democratic vice presidential contender, because of his red-state roots and ability to appeal to populist and conservative Democrats.
Missouri Lags Behind In Insurance Pricing Transparency
St. Louis, MO, United States - Health insurance carriers all across the country are disclosing what they plan to charge customers for coverage in 2015 almost everywhere, that is, except Missouri.
Credit: Charlie Redel/AP Photo
The announcement came overnight Monday to help restore order to the St. Louis suburb after a week of sometimes-violent protests over the fatal police shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager, Michael Brown.
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
Gov. Nixon orders Missouri National Guard to Ferguson
Governor Jay Nixon signed an executive order directing the Missouri National Guard to Ferguson to restore order and to protect the citizens.
Missouri governor orders National Guard to city hit by racial unrest
The governor of the central US state of Missouri early Monday ordered National Guard soldiers to deploy to a St Louis suburb that has seen a week of racial unrest.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
It's time to go big - it's time to rebuild Missouri
There is a path forward for those gloomy contractors and union workers who saw their dream of a statewide tax to fund new roads collapse on primary election night like a shard of broken concrete falling on a school bus.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
First Drip (8/15/14): DENR secretly rewrites rules governing streams, ...
The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources secretly rewrote rules protecting streams that the N.C. Environmental Management Commission had written last year.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Baltimore joins Missouri in shooting protest
Baltimore residents have joined hundreds in Missourians in nonviolent demonstrations; according to an August 14 article in CBS News Baltimore.
The Missouri Legislature Should Override Governor Nixon's E-cigarette Veto
Now that the comment period for the Food and Drug Administration's proposed "deeming regulations" has closed, attention is shifting back to state and local legislative approaches to e-cigarettes.
The Michael Brown shooting: St Louis blues
MICHAEL BROWN was to start college this week. Instead, his parents are planning his funeral.
Horner & Shifrin develops repair plans for Maritz Overpass
St. Louis - Horner & Shifrin developed plans for repairing the Maritz Overpass on Interstate 44 for the Missouri Department of Transportation .
Wed Aug 13, 2014
KZIM-AM Cape Girardeau
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
Driving under the influence is illegal and officers from around Southeast Missouri will be out over the next few weeks.
This is why your local police agency owns military-grade assault equipment
One of the striking scenes from this week has been the sight of police in Ferguson, Missouri using very sophisticated military gear to assist in crowd control.
Bluegrass musicians pickin' and grinin' Wednesday
DemocratThe Show-Me Bluegrass Festival was one of the highlights at the Missouri State Fair on Wednesday.
Health Highlights: Aug. 13, 2014
The infections were caused by HPeV3, a virus that can cause meningitis and other inflammation.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Providence Outer Road intersection to be reconfigured
The intersection connecting Buttonwood Drive and Providence Outer Road will be reconfigured in an effort to reduce left-turn crashes, according to a Missouri Department of Transportation news release.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
State highlights: Mo. drops many from Medicaid; Mich. Medicaid shift savings
The Associated Press : Texas Sees Little Change Despite Insurance Gains Harris Health System -- like other programs across the state -- hasn't enjoyed the expected savings from the Affordable Care Act because most of its 48,000 patients eligible for subsidized insurance instead chose to remain enrolled in the county's cheaper taxpayer-funded ... (more)