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Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson addresses reporters during a news conference on Aug. 13, 2014. (Allison Blood/KMOX)

Police Say Name Released By ‘Anonymous’ Is Not Officer In Controversial Shooting

Anonymous has released on Twitter the name of the Ferguson police officer they say fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown last weekend.


Community members met in Florissant at Christ the King Church to get answers from local leaders on August 12. Photo: KMOX/Allison Blood

Gov. Nixon: ‘This Tragedy is a Challenge to All of Us’

Last night, Gov. Jay Nixon spoke to a community meeting of civic and faith leaders at Christ the King United Church of Christ in North St. Louis County.


Just hours before more protests and tear gas, a peaceful forum in North County, provided a chance for some answers from police. Photo: KMOX/Allison Blood

Community Members, Local Leaders Meet for Forum on Michael Brown Shooting

Just hours before more protests were met with tear gas in Ferguson, community members met in Florissant at Christ the King Church to get answers from local leaders.


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WGU Online University to Graduate First Class This Weekend

A local college will hand out diplomas this weekend—even though none of the graduates has spent a single day in a classroom.


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Gov. Nixon: Illegal Immigrant Children Don’t Strain State Resources

Gov. Jay Nixon says children who ended up in Missouri after the recent immigrant surge have not been putting a strain on state resources.


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Nixon: Arming Teachers is Not Guarantee of Safer Schools

Nixon says he KO’d the Republican-backed measure because it was seeking to nullify federal gun control laws.


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Express Scripts Expansion Could Mean 1,500 Jobs

One of the nation’s leading companies that manage pharmacy benefits is opening a new office building in St. Louis County.


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Missouri Lottery Says Game Choices Affect Funding

A decline in the amount of Missouri Lottery proceeds provided to education is due partly to the types of Lottery games people chose to play during the past year, a Lottery official said.


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Sheriff Resigns After Accusations of Taking Inmates to Bars

Schuyler County Sheriff Josh Dole has submitted a resignation letter to Gov. Jay Nixon.


File photo of students doing Jumping Jacks. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images for Laureus)

Jumping Jack To Become Official Missouri Exercise

The jumping jack is about to become Missouri’s official state exercise.





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