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Ann Street to close for a week for construction

Ann Street is set to close Monday for stormwater improvements.

Wabash Station celebrates its 100th anniversary

Wabash Station celebrated its 100th anniversary on Friday with a formal ceremony in the afternoon and a jubilee that evening. The jubilee featured memorabilia from the Wabash line, railroad displays, ice cream, an antique fire truck and a train for kids to ride.

Special Olympics Missouri sendoff honors athletes

A ceremony honored 19 central Missouri Special Olympians Friday afternoon in front of the Mizzou Athletic Training Complex. Next week, the athletes will compete alongside 3,000 others in the national games in Lincoln, Neb.

Missouri federal lawmakers keep fundraising advantage

Three Missouri members of Congress facing election challenges have outraised their opponents.

Documents show abductor took Missouri girl to cabin

Paul Smith introduced 4-year-old Alisa Maier to a neighbor as his nephew.

Missouri Supreme Court upholds death sentences

Brian Dorsey was sentenced to death in 2008 for the murders of Sarah and Ben Bonnie at their home in New Bloomfield. The state Supreme Court has upheld two death sentences given to him.

Property Assessed Clean Energy funding workshop attracts statewide attendance

Community leaders from around Missouri discussed opportunities to pay for improvements in their communities with Property Assessed Clean Energy funding.

 

 

VIDEO: Archery a BrandKamp family tradition

Sixteen-year-old Kelsey Brandkamp has been shooting arrows for most of her life, often alongside her father, Lee Brandkamp. Both will be competing in the archery events in this weekend's Show-Me State Games.

 

 

Ex-H&R Block CEO blasts company; will leave board

Thomas Bloch was president and CEO of the company for 15 years, and he said he will not stand for re-election to the board on Sept. 30. He criticized the company's management for focusing on short-term issues.

Backers of Missouri health care measure raise $23,000

A group backing a Missouri ballot measure on health care raised nearly $23,000 in less than two weeks.

Minor earthquake rattles the DC area

A minor earthquake shook residents awake in the DC area at 5:04 a.m. Friday.

Herculaneum chief pushes for I-55 speed camera

Days after the St. Louis suburb Charlack placed a speed camera on Interstate 170, the police chief in another town in the region wants one on Interstate 55.

Missouri taking applications for insurance pool

Missouri is accepting applications for its insurance pool for uninsured people with pre-existing medical conditions.

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