Statewide Earthquake Drill Prepares MissouriansThe Great Central U.S. Shakeout is coming up and Missourians are reminded of what to do in an earthquake.
New Proposed Missouri Math, English Standards Up For ReviewThe concern is that, despite legislative efforts, the recommended replacement goals might not be much different.
Homeless Advocate Accused in Lawsuit over Springfield FireThe lawsuit accuses the Rev. Larry Rice of the New Life Evangelistic Center of arranging for Moore to live in a home that lacked fire alarms.
13-Year-Old Boy Accused in Fatal Shooting of Girl, 12A 13-year-old boy deliberately shot and killed a 12-year-old girl outside a foster home in rural southwest Missouri where they both lived using a gun he had taken from the house, the local sheriff said Friday.
Graffiti a Growing Problem Along Downtown St. Louis InterstatesPeople are encouraged to report vandalism to police.
Petitions Filed to Allow Medical Marijuana Use in MissouriThe two petitions would ask voters whether to amend the state constitution to allow physicians to recommend the drug to patients with certain illnesses, such as cancer, epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Arnold Residents Fight For 'Ugly Green' Water Tower Color to StayA post on Change.org calls the water tower a "beacon of comfort" for college kids returning home.
Missouri Pastor Pleas Guilty to Fraud, Wants to Take it BackA Missouri pastor was sentenced to seven years in federal prison after admitting he bilked $3.3 million from at least 18 mostly elderly investors.
Oregon Shooting Puts Pressure on Missouri's Mental Health CoalitionThe CEO of Missouri's mental health coalition says the program plans to improve the speed in which it refer clients to professional care, before they get too deep into mental illness.
Disaster Plan Developed in Case Fire Reaches Nuclear WasteBeneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of nuclear waste, separated by no more than 1,200 feet.
Missouri Man Twice Protected by Castle Doctrine in KillingsA 55-year-old eastern Missouri man who killed two intruders at a home this year has been protected by the state's castle doctrine in both cases.
Missouri Student Removed from Campus Over Racial SlurUniversity of Missouri authorities say a student has been removed from campus during an investigation into reports of racial slurs being directed at black students rehearsing for homecoming.

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