Missouri

TV Documentary Crew Investigates 2003 Boone County MurderA film crew is turning the 2003 killing of a Columbia man into an episode for a true-crime cable TV series.
Music, P.E. Not Going Away in Hazelwood SchoolsDwight Lindhorst, Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Facilities, says people got the idea that music and P.E. were being eliminated across the district.
Arrest Made in O'Fallon, Mo. Teen StabbingPolice in O'Fallon say an arrest has been made in the stabbing of a 13-year-old boy late Thursday.
Mo. Lawmakers Debate Proper Response to Opiate DeathsMissouri lawmakers are considering how to combat rising levels of opiate addiction and while some proposals have garnered widespread support, others face challenges over funding and privacy concerns.
Missouri Professor Calls Her Protest Actions EmbarrassingShe calls the run-in ``a hectic and flustering moment,'' and says she wasn't calling for violence.
Sewage Still Pouring from Fenton Treatment PlantMSD Spokesman Sean Hadley tells KMOX that crews are working around the clock to repair severe damage caused by the December flooding.
Missouri Senators Consider Government Role in Road SafetyOne bill reviewed in a hearing Wednesday would require everyone in a car to wear a seat belt, including adults in the backseat who are currently exempt from seat belt requirements.
Missouri Senate Backs Fees for Missed Medicaid AppointmentSenators endorsed the bill Wednesday after adding a section designed to make it easier for health care providers to advertise their cost estimates.
Missouri Ban on Felons Carrying Weapons Ruled ConstitutionalA recent amendment to the state constitution doesn't mean some felons now can carry guns, The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, affirming the status of current law.
Illinois Business Writer Says NGA Will Save Scott Air Force BaseIllinois Business Journals' Al Ortballs says there is a big division in the Metropolitan area.
St. Louis Utility Company Pushes Back Against Carbon RulesJust in case its legal strategy against the Clean Power Plan falls short, Ameren is also working to develop a plan at the state level to cut Missouri's carbon emissions.
Missouri Senate Debates Repealing Death PenaltyA bipartisan group of lawmakers to implored their colleagues Monday to end capital punishment.

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