Powerball Winner Buys a Fire Station For His TownThe building is energy efficient and has living quarters so it can be manned 24 hours a day.
Man Sentenced For Role in Multi-State Meth Trafficking RingA Kansas man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole for participating in a four-state methamphetamine trafficking operation.
Team Chosen to Review University of Missouri After TurmoilA former system president and a wealthy university donor will help review the University of Missouri following last year's turmoil.
Auditor: Pine Lawn Pocketed Money From Traffic Fines Last YearWhen you drive through Pine Lawn on I-70 you usually see a police car taking radar or pulling someone over.
Man Who Robbed Bank for Health Care Gets Lenient SentenceA 77-year-old man who said he robbed a Branson bank to get access to health care has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.
Nixon Backs Missouri Power Line for Wind EnergyNixon on Wednesday announced Clean Line Energy Partners has promised to adopt what he described as landowner protections.
Missouri Governor Says He Doesn't Want to be UM PresidentMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he doesn't want to be president of the University of Missouri System.
Nixon Vetoes Missouri Tax Break, Litigation BillsMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon went on a vetoing spree Tuesday, knocking down legislation that he described as giving ``special interest tax breaks'' and ones that would change the state's litigation policies.
Creve Coeur Approves Ban on Outdoor Smoking, E-CigsThe ordinance bans smoking in outdoor dining areas, outdoor seating and service areas open to the public.
Nixon Vows to Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights BillNixon had received more than 4,000 emails, faxes, letters, mail-ins and electronic petitions concerning the bill.
Click Appeals Denial of Missouri Unemployment BenefitsMizzou spokesman says the university is protected by Missouri statutes in revoking the former professors claim.
Judge: Lawyers Can Have Michael Brown Juvenile RecordsThe city's lawyers argued that the information could ``lead to the discovery of admissible evidence'' in the lawsuit against Ferguson and the officer who shot Brown.

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