Medical Group Requires Up-Front Fees From Illinois WorkersIn addition to OCI's requirement for half the bill up front, the medical group's form adds that the surgery will be canceled should the patient not pay the amount.
MHTC Debates Reviving Cost-Share Program for Roads, BridgesThat cost-share program was suspended in January 2014 amid declining revenues.
Dispute Settled Over Degree Offerings From Missouri SchoolsThe report says research and professional degrees are exclusively the role of the four University of Missouri schools and that 12 community colleges should stick to granting associate degrees and certificates.
Former Mentor Arrested, Charged With First-Degree SodomyPolice say 24-year-old Quentin Doss's victim was younger than 14-years-old.
Program to Launch in STL to Help People Facing HungerThrough the program, someone can text a code as well as the words, "hungry" or "meal."
City Prosecutor Touts Program Causing Jump in Murder ChargesMore people are getting charged with murder in the city of St. Louis, thanks to a new program that sends prosecutors to the scene of fresh killings to establish rapport with witnesses.
'Bigs in Blue' Program Soon to Become NationwideThe program has already been in place in St. Louis for eight years and pairs police officers with young mentees of the organization.
Drunken Driving Education Program Reinstated in SpringfieldThe Think First program ended in February after political bickering over the state budget cut off the program's grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Illinois Wants Waiver to Improve Mental Health ServicesIt would give the state access to $2.7 billion in Medicaid funds to restructure how the program handles mentally ill patients.
Illinois Medical Marijuana Sales Climb as Program GrowsGov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation last month extending the pilot program until July 2020 and adding two qualifying health conditions post-traumatic stress disorder and terminal illnesses.
NCAA Accepts Missouri's Sanctions, Adds Year of ProbationThe NCAA infractions committee panel's findings over what it said were roughly $11,400 in improper inducements and benefits given to players and a recruit by two boosters were released Tuesday.
Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.

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