Missouri Legislature Passes Electricity Rate IncentivesLawmakers agreed with Gov. Eric Greitens on Friday to allow major electricity users to negotiate lower rates in an effort to lure hundreds of jobs to southeast Missouri, though some legislators worried the move could eventually mean higher utility bills for average customers.
Gov. Greitens Calls Special SessionGov. Eric Greitens is calling a special session, as many anticipated he would do, but it's only on one topic, and one topic only -- a bill to attract a steel mill and an aluminum smelter to Southeast Missouri.
Southeast Missouri Congressman Speaks at the White HouseA member of Missouri's Republican Congressional delegation gets a moment to speak at The White House.
Southeast Missouri Sheriff Charged with Assault, Forgery, RobberyA southeast Missouri sheriff was charged Wednesday with assault for allegedly handcuffing a 77-year-old woman with enough force to cause her to have a heart attack.
Accused Burglar Made Sandwich During Break-in Authorities in southeast Missouri say a burglar accused of pilfering guns, diamond rings and other items from a home also apparently raided the refrigerator.
Taylor Swift Makes Surprise Stop in Southeast MissouriBelieve it or not, pop superstar Taylor Swift made a stop in the Southeast Missouri town of New Madrid the day after Christmas to surprise one of her dedicated fans.
Enrollment Up at Other Missouri Universities as Mizzou DropsThe incoming freshman class for this academic year at the University of Missouri shrank by almost one-quarter.
Fire Damages Rural Missouri SchoolThe Missouri state fire marshal is being asked to investigate a fire that badly damaged a southeast Missouri school.
Small Quake Felt in Southeast MissouriThe U.S. Geological Survey says the 2.3 magnitude earthquake hit near Caruthersville late Saturday night.
Southeast Missouri Man Accused in Screwdriver StabbingA southeastern Missouri man is accused of stabbing an acquaintance in the face with a screwdriver.
Earthquakes Rattle Southeast Missouri A pair of earthquakes hit southeast Missouri, but there were no reports of damage or injuries.
Federal Agency Says 33 Injured in Missouri ExplosionOSHA says the preliminary cause of the explosions appears to be the result of molten aluminum contacting water.

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