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St. Louis sees fifth emergency worker gunned down this year

Leonard Riggins, a 52-year-old St. Louis firefighter, was shot and killed after stopping to help at a crash scene in St. Louis County on Wednesday. He's the fifth emergency worker killed in the St. Louis area this year.

MU soccer team faces rival

The Missouri women's soccer team plays Kansas in the semifinals of the Big 12 Championship tournament. A week ago the Tigers handed the Jayhawks an embarrassing 6-0 loss at Walton Stadium.

Missouri state officials meet amid spirit of bipartisanship

Just two days after the November election and after months of campaign stump speeches and rhetoric, a theme of bipartisan cooperation emerged in Jefferson City.

Winningest class in MU football history makes its exit

Saturday's game against Kansas State is Senior Day and the final home game for graduating Tigers.

Shoe company will hold charitable event at MU on Friday

A California company that donates one pair of shoes to a needy child for every pair it sells will bring shoes to purchase and decorate.

Lawmaker returns to state Capitol after bribery scheme

Democrat John Bowman was introduced Thursday as the chief of staff for Senator-elect Robin Wright-Jones, of St. Louis.

Carnahan to push for early voting

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan said she will ask the legislature next year to adopt early voting. Nationwide, an estimated one-third of voters cast ballots before Tuesday, which proponents said led to reduced lines and quicker vote counts.

A fresh perspective on faith

Kristine Key, who said she is a devout Seventh-day Adventist who is active in her church, received an invitation to teach at the Islamic School and couldn't say no. She teaches kindergarten homeroom, fifth-grade science and communication arts at the school.

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