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Intense allergy season expected after wet winter

Last spring's allergy season was the worst in 37 years, and this season could be worse yet. Extra moisture in the soil is sending allergen-producing plants into overdrive.

First group of elk due soon in Missouri

The Missouri Department of Conservation says 34 elk are expected to arrive by April 30 after completing a three-month quarantine and health tests in Kentucky.

ROSE NOLEN: Moving from house to apartment has advantages

Living in an apartment offers a freer lifestyle and less responsibility than owning property.

Senate panel backs Missouri railroad projects

The decision to fund 11 projects with federal stimulus money came after some Republican senators had vowed to block such spending on high-speed rail projects.

Aurdrain County teen pleads guilty in Ohio drifter's death

Jordan Harvey, 16, helped his family kill a man when he was 14. Though he was facing an adult charge, his plea deal means he'll be sentenced as a juvenile for second-degree murder.

School of Metaphysics collects rings to raise funds for headquarters

The new facility would be ring-shaped as a symbol of "the commitment to each other and to the self."

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