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Armstrong team will compete in Tour of Missouri bike race

Between Sept. 7 and Sept. 13, the seven-time Tour de France champion's team will be among those racing across Missouri.

UPDATE: Man charged with fatal hit-and-run sues Tulane fraternity

Man serving five-year sentence says hazing resulted in post-traumatic stress disorder.

78-year-old Missouri woman faces meth, child endangerment charge

Items used to make meth and heroin were found in the police bust, in which two other people were arrested.

Man convicted in fatal crash says hazing affected his actions

A Kansas man serving a five-year sentence for a fatal hit-and-run says he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after fraternity hazing at a Lousiana university. He filed a federal lawsuit earlier this month against the fraternity, saying that his disorder affects his decisions.

Man charged with molesting woman in bed with her husband

A 26-year-old Joplin man has been bound over for trial in for the alleged sexual assault of a woman while she was asleep in bed with her husband.

St. Louis man committed as sexual predator

A 63-year-old St. Louis man was committed to a sex offender treatment center after a judge decided he was a sexually violent predator. The man recently completed a 20-year prison sentence for the sodomy and sexual assault of a 6-year-old boy.

Man accused of molestation in a YMCA sauna

A St. Louis county man faces four charges and is currently free on bond.

St. Louis school board votes to close 17 schools

The St. Louis appointed school board voted to close 14 schools this year and three more in the future to deal with its projected $36 million deficit for the 2008-09 budget year.

Suit seeks restitution, interest for Stifel's Missouri customers

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan filed  a lawsuit stating that investors who bought auction-rate securities through Stifel thought they were equivalent to cash.

MoDOT approves funding for Highway 63 railroad overpass

The Missouri Department of Transportation approved $9 million in federal stimulus money for a railroad overpass over Highway 63. The City Council votes on the funding Monday night. City Manager Bill Watkins expects the plan to be approved.

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