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Nixon to Address Missouri Lawmakers in Final State of StateNixon's is scheduled to give his last State of the State speech on Wednesday night.
Most of Missouri National Guard to Return Home After Flood FightGov. Jay Nixon called on the Guard to help last month with flood-fighting efforts as rivers and streams rose to record levels.
19 Levees in Illinois, Missouri Monitored For FloodingAt least 18 deaths over several days in Missouri and Illinois were blamed on flooding.
Greitens Speaks Out on Recorded Phone CallGreitens admits he could have handled it differently.
Sen. Dixon Ends Campaign for Mo. GovernorDixon will not be endorsing a candidate.
University of Missouri Says Hanaway Can't Use Tiger LogoUniversity spokeswoman Mary Jo Banken says the university doesn't approve of political candidates using the logo and will ask Hanaway to stop using the logo.
Landfill Neighbors to Deliver Signatures to Governor's OfficeMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon will get a visit Wednesday from some Bridgeton Landfill neighbors asking him to declare a state of emergency.
Illinois Tenants Can No Longer be Evicted For Calling the PoliceIn many Illinois cities a property owner can evict if a person calls for police too often, that will change on November 19.
21 Missouri Senators Oppose Nixon's Stadium BondsThey say without a public vote they won't support the bonds, KMOX's correspondent isn't confident the bonds will sell.
Missouri Asks Judge to Toss Satanic Group's Abortion SuitThe religious group disagrees with the state providing information and a 72-hour wait period between the first appointment the procedure.
Legislatures Confident in Stopping State Bonds for NFL StadiumNixon's Administration Commissioner says he doesn't know if the state can be sued for not funding the bond payments.
Missouri Candidates for Governor Gather at State FairMost of Missouri's potential Republican candidates for governor expressed opposition Thursday to raising taxes for transportation funding, as they gathered under the same tent with other politicians to shake hands with voters at the Missouri State Fair.

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