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Missouri farmers shut out of federal flooding aid

Many farmers in northwest Missouri, whose land was drowned in massive flooding in June, missed a deadline that would have given them access to some of the $215 million allotted for damages from one federal disaster program.

GOP insiders rise up to cut Gingrich down to size

Gingrich, who won the South Carolina Presidential Primary on Jan. 21, hopes the criticisms will not damage his results in Florida's primary on Tuesday.

Police release video of initial response to missing Kansas City baby

The Kansas City Police Department agreed to release parts of the dashcam video, and said additional information would be withheld.

Obama 'putting colleges on notice' on high tuition

President Barack Obama threatened to take away federal aid from colleges and universities that "jack up tuition" and instead give it to those that show restraint.

State accepting applications for poet laureate position

The position includes the responsibilities of presenting poetry and giving lectures across Missouri.

Missouri University of Science and Technology chosen for international competition

A student team will compete to build the most energy-efficient, solar-powered home.

Deer, turkey numbers increase from last archery season

The Missouri Department of Conservation has released the state's bow-hunting statistics.

Panel to address boundary changes in Missouri House

A new chairman is committed to the reorganization of Missouri's judicial circuits.

Missouri woman accused of abandoning newborn in woods

A Missouri woman was arrested on first-degree murder charges for deserting her infant daughter in Minnesota woods.

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