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.
New Program to Provide Shelter for Pets After Residential FiresAssistant Fire Chief Steve Brown says for 20 years,his district has worked with hotels to provide people with free shelter, now it's happening for pets.
E Citations Increase Efficiency, Safety In Madison CountyIncreases officer safety by speeding up the ticket writing process, authorities say.
Feds Reaching out to Former Missouri Nuclear Weapons WorkersDepartment representatives will staff the event slated for March 29 and 30 at the International Union of Operating Engineers Hall in Bridgeton
Tornado-Related Housing Fund in Joplin Winding DownThe program received $12.75 million of the city's $158 million in the federal Community Development Block Grant disaster recovery funding when it started in August 2013.
Report: Police Program Helped Man who Prostituted Teen A newspaper report says a man who's serving 15 years in prison for running an underage prostitution operation did so out of an apartment that police helped him get through an anti-violence program.
New Chess Program Begins in Ferguson-Florissant DistrictHundreds of kids in Ferguson are learning to play chess.
McCaskill says Missouri Needs Tighter Drug MonitoringMissouri is the only state without a prescription drug monitoring program.
STL Alderwoman Wants People to Mow Vacant Lots - Then Keep ThemSome St. Louis residents might be able to get free land, just by firing up their lawn mowers.
Independence, Mo. Selected for Part of $42M Public Data ProgramThe Missouri town is one of eight cities selected by former New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg to make better use of data.
Federal Agency to Study Contamination at Coldwater Creek"I have seven brothers and sisters, and I think there's five of us that have had cancer, and both of my parents have had cancer," Kolkmeyer says.
College Kids Program Offers $50 to Every St. Louis Kindergarten StudentSt. Louis Treasurer Tishaura Jones' office pays for donations through "residual parking revenues."

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