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Kansas City residents fight for more ADA compliance

Among the complaints is an apparent absence of a "transition plan" that the city is required to have to address accessibility to public facilities and infrastructure.

BLOG: East Campus group experiments with acoustic music

The Nacho Brothers can often be heard playing on a porch in Columbia's East Campus neighborhood. They also have regular performances at Bambino's and were featured on KOPN in April.

St. Louis Boeing union authorizes strike

A news release from the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 837 said the strike authorization vote was supported by 99 percent of the workers who attended a meeting on Sunday. District 837 president seniority, pension, health care and job protection are the key issues.

Autopsy: officer's shot killed Springfield man

Greene County Deputy Medical Examiner Tom Van De Berg said Sunday that 22-year-old Dumone Starks died from a gunshot to the chest. He was stopped because police thought he might be intoxicated.

Missouri to celebrate Older Americans Month

More than 50 experts are traveling throughout Missouri this month to offer tips on important health and financial issues for seniors. The speakers plan to discuss home improvement, Medicare, treatment of Alzheimer's disease and how to make nursing homes feel more like home.

Motorcycle deaths drop in Missouri, nationally

Both in Missouri and nationally the number of motorcycle related deaths had increased for eleven years before 2009.

After their garden was destroyed, Daisy Scouts learn of random acts of kindness

After a garden 21 Daisy Scouts in Springfield planted themselves was torn apart by vandals, someone surprised them with an act of good: replanting their garden.

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