Newly Formed Group Protests Handling of West Lake Landfill"StL Toxic Aware" calls for emergency declaration, buyout of those who live within a mile of landfill.
Slay to NFL: 'I'm Moving On'Shows no interest in talking to NFL Commissioner about league's possible future in St. Louis.
Governor Nixon: St. Louis is the Best Town in America without a MLS Team"I clearly think St. Louis is a great soccer town, it's easily the best town in America without a MLS team," Missouri Governor Jay Nixon said
Nixon Calls in National Guard; West Alton Residents Told To EvacuateResidents in West Alton are being told to evacuate immediately at this hour, due to the overtopping of the Consolidated North County Levee on the Mississippi River.
Governor: Missouri's Storm-Related Death Toll Rises to 10Missouri's death toll from floodwaters fueled by days of downpours has climbed to 10 and appeared likely to grow, Gov. Jay Nixon warned Monday as some communities braced for expected record river crests in coming days.
Groundbreaking Held for New World Wide Technology HQ$95 million project will house 1,000 employees right away.
Gov. Nixon: Religious Exemptions for Immigrants Contrary to American Values"That's not what America is," Nixon said. "We're a diverse country. We're a diverse state. That's how this country was formed, and how it's going to grow."
Gov. Nixon Calls for Safeguards after Paris AttacksMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon says it's up to the federal government to screen refugees and is calling for safeguards following deadly terror attacks in Paris.
Group to Governor: Declare State of Emergency At LandfillJust STL Moms will present petitions calling for a state of emergency to be declared.
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.
Nixon Commutes Kimber Edwards' Sentence to Life Without ParoleNixon would not give details as to why he has commuted Edwards' sentence to life without parole.
Unemployment Bill Could End in Legal Battle Between Nixon, The SenateNixon believed his veto of a bill to cut employment benefits passed last spring because the Senate did not vote.

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