Missouri Government Newswire (Page 8)

Missouri Government Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. Transportation, safety experts evaluate Missouri BoulevardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 26 | KMIZ

    Officials from several federal, state and local agencies on Thursday conducted a safety study of Missouri Boulevard in Jefferson City. Representatives from the Federal Highway Administration, the Federal Transit Administration, the Missouri Department of Transportation, Jefferson City Public Works and interested private parties walked the length of the street, also known as Business 50, to identify safety problems.

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  2. Action Alert from the National Anti-Vivisection SocietyRead the original story

    Thursday May 26 | Encyclopaedia Britannica

    NAVS is a national, not-for-profit educational organization incorporated in the State of Illinois. NAVS promotes greater compassion, respect, and justice for animals through educational programs based on respected ethical and scientific theory and supported by extensive documentation of the cruelty and waste of vivisection.

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  3. Our Opinion: Sensible approach urged for holiday travelersRead the original story

    Thursday May 26 | News Tribune

    First is increased traffic volume. During the extended holiday weekend, AAA expects more than 38 million travelers, which translates into the second-highest Memorial Day volume on record and the most since 2005.

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  4. Missouri needs $30M more to finish bypassRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 26 | NWAonline

    Missouri highway officials said they budgeted some of the money needed to meet up with Arkansas' portion of the Bella Vista Bypass but not enough to finish the job right now. Darin Hamelink, area engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation, said $20 million is budgeted in 2020 for construction of the 4.81-mile project, but another $30 million is needed to finish the road.

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  5. Sedalia native heads up public worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | Sedalia Democrat

    Sedalia Public Works Director Brenda Ardrey answers a question from the Sedalia City Council during her sanitation and recycling presentation during Monday's council work session in the Mayor's Conference Room in the Municipal Building. Ardrey, a Sedalia native, was hired about two months ago.

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  6. Demun Walker, Appellant, v. State of Missouri, Respondent.Read the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | FindLaw

    Demun Walker was convicted following a jury trial of violence against a Department of Corrections employee. a Walker appeals from the denial of his motion for post-conviction relief under Supreme Court Rule 29.15 following an evidentiary hearing.

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  7. State of Missouri, ex rel., Chris Koster, Attorney General,...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | FindLaw

    The State of Missouri appeals the circuit court's judgment in its lawsuit against Mark Bailey, a Missouri prison inmate, seeking reimbursement for the cost of Bailey's incarceration. a Bailey cross-appeals.

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  8. Was Prince a Dad? The Secret Kids of Some Prominent PeopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | ABC News

    This combination of file photos shows Prince, left, in 2007 and an undated booking photo released by Missouri Department of Corrections of Carlin Q. Williams. Williams is seeking DNA testing to confirm whether he's the pop superstar's child.

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  9. Champ Clark bridge closing for inspectionRead the original story

    Wednesday May 25 | Pike Press

    The Champ Clark bridge at Louisiana will be closed from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. June 13-17 and again June 20-June 24. The closure will allow a thorough inspection of the bridge. At least one overnight closure is anticipated as MoDot maintenance crews plan to repair some joints and will stripe the bridge.

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  10. Federal Funding Helps MoDOT Maintain SystemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | KIXQ-FM Joplin

    While the Missouri Department of Transportation is disappointed that the state legislature didn't pass a transportation funding measure this session, a Federal plan was passed in Congress. MoDOT Chief Financial Officer Roberta Broeker tells News Talk KZRG what that means.

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  11. Was Prince a dad? A look at the secret kids of famous peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | GlobalNews

    This combination of file photos shows Prince, left, in 2007 and an undated booking photo released by Missouri Department of Corrections of Carlin Q. Williams. A 39-year-old man currently imprisoned in Colorado for unlawfully transporting a gun claims he is Prince's son.

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  12. Safety improvements in Largo no accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | Tampa Bay Newspapers

    A pedestrian hasn't been killed in a Largo car crash since December, and if you ask members of the Largo Police Department, they'll tell you it's no accident. That's because a state grant has helped the LPD increase its efforts the past several months to keep pedestrians and bicyclists safe at some of the city's most dangerous roadways.

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  13. Hemorrhaging Students, Mizzou Pledges to Up InclusivityRead the original story

    Wednesday May 25 | The Weekly Standard

    On May 23, the University of Missouri posted a video vaguely affirming intentions to be more welcoming after a destructive year of identity politics took its toll on the Columbia campus. The academic year's highlights included football players boycotting their own team in solidarity with protester; a since-fired communications professor threatening a photojournalist; and administrators-including the president of the university system-resigning, per students' demands.

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  14. Claim Prince as father? Be ready to give some bloodRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | Post-Bulletin

    In this undated booking photo released by Missouri Department of Corrections, Carlin Q. Williams is seen. Williams, of Kansas City, Missouri, is seeking DNA testing to determine if Prince is his biological father, according to papers filed in Carver County District Court in the Minneapolis suburb of Chaska that were released Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

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  15. Stakes high in case weighing what constitutes endorsement of religionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Three years ago, Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia sued the director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources after the department denied its application for a grant to resurface its daycare playground. That might sound like a minor dispute.

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  16. Claim Prince as father? Be ready to give some bloodRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | NewsOK.com

    In this undated booking photo released by Missouri Department of Corrections, Carlin Q. Williams is seen. Williams, of Kansas City, Missouri, is seeking DNA testing to determine if Prince is his biological father, according to papers filed in Carver County District Court in the Minneapolis suburb of Chaska that were released Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

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  17. Tennis complex project ralliesRead the original story

    May 17, 2016 | News Tribune

    Community leaders are moving forward with plans for a tennis complex near Lincoln University and the Jefferson Parks and Recreation Commission likely will approve a memorandum of understanding on the project by the end of the month. At the commission meeting Tuesday, Todd Spalding, director of Parks, Recreation and Forestry, presented a draft memorandum of understanding, or MOU, between the commission and Lincoln for construction and maintenance of a new tennis court complex near the campus.

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  18. Kansas won't cut off funds for Planned Parenthood until JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | Kansas City Nursing News

    Kansas will not cut off Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood until July 7 in what marks the third delay in two weeks as the state works to prepare for a lawsuit over its action against the abortion provider. Planned Parenthood sued Kansas earlier this month over the state's decision to end Medicaid funding starting on May 10 - a cutoff date that the state has repeatedly moved back so that attorneys and the judge could prepare for the first hearing in the federal lawsuit.

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  19. Senate set to approve $1.1 billion in Zika virus fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | WHTC

    The U.S. Senate on Tuesday cleared the way for approval of $1.1 billion in immediate funds to battle the Zika virus that is linked to birth defects, well above what is in legislation pending in the House of Representatives. By a vote of 68-29, senators limited debate on the measure, paving the way for likely Senate approval this week.

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  20. Columbia puts temporary freeze on some multifamily housingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | Education Week

    The Columbia Missourian reports that the city council voted 5-2 on Monday night to approve the freeze, which lasts through Dec. 1. The ordinance applies to an area near the University of Missouri campus. The proposal cites "unprecedented growth in the construction of off-campus student housing complexes" and the university's significant enrollment decline for fall 2016 as reasons for the freeze.

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