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ACLU Questions Suspension of High School Trump SupporterDid the student have a Constitutional right to hold up a Trump sign in a pep assembly?
Allegations of Voter Fraud in St. Louis Aired in CourtVoter fraud in St. Louis? Circuit Judge Rex Burlison on Wednesday refused to dismiss a case that could result in a whole new election for State Representative.
$12M Fed. Contract to MU to Establish Education Program for NGAThe University of Missouri College of Engineering has been awarded a five-year, $12 million contract to deliver a data science education program that will provide analytical training for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency workforce.
Reporter Sues Over Missouri's Picks of Execution WitnessesAn online reporter whose stories have been critical of Missouri's death penalty procedures alleges in a federal lawsuit that he's wrongly been excluded from being an execution witness.
Kansas Orchard Awaits Word of Possible World Record PeachA peach weighing 763.39 grams -- about 2 pounds -- was picked Aug. 24 at Tubby Fruits Peach Orchard in Bucyrus. The current world record of 725 grams was set in 2002.
Man Sentenced for Killing His Grandparents in 2014Logan Ellison was sentenced Tuesday in Vernon County for two second-degree murder counts and one robbery count.
Big Shark Bicycle Company Grows Since Move from Delmar LoopIs the trolley construction really giving businesses a punch in the pocketbook?
Stenger Wants Study of MetroLink Route Through FergusonSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger wants a study to consider a light rail route that would run through Ferguson.
Webster University Expanding Cybersecurity Programs to Combat Brain DrainWebster University is expanding its cybersecurity degree programs to help battle military brain drain.
Addiction Services Featured in Illinois Medicaid ProposalAddiction treatment and support for long-term recovery are included in a restructured proposal of Illinois' Medicaid program.
Researchers Assess How Autism Traits Could Be Passed GeneticallyWashington University School of Medicine researchers are recruiting 500 grandmothers to assess how autism traits may pass through their genes.
Hearing Begins for Absentee Voter Fraud AllegationThe hearing before Judge Rex Burlison is scheduled to start at 9 a.m.

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