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St. Louis billboard seeks warning labels for hot dogs

A new billboard is going up along 1-70 in St. Louis, in time for the All-Star Game later this month in Busch Stadium. The billboard suggests a link between processed meats and colorectal cancer.

Pennsylvania law firm to pay penalty for Gephardt campaign donations

The firm will pay $155,000 to settle allegations that it illegally funneled money to former Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt, who is not accused of any wrongdoing.

Sikeston reaches agreement with black community

The city is apologizing for an Election Day incident in which police held training exercises in front of a polling place.

Missouri governor sign license office measure

The legislation would require the state to award contracts for vehicle and driver's license offices through competitive bids.

Missouri man paroled after decades in prison on murder conviction

Michael Wayne Ford Sr., who was convicted of murdering hitchhiker Larry Sansoucie in 1977, was released Wednesday after being granted clemency more than four years ago.

Tiger rescued from puppy mill recovering

The tiger, Sheena, has adjusted to living near other tigers for the first time in her life after being found at a Seneca puppy mill in February.

Missouri State receiving routine audit

Missouri State University's audit is part of a series of regular inspections. The university was last audited in 1992 and 1995.

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