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Missouri engineering professors to work in Iraq

The school's College of Engineering has received a U.S. State Department grant to work with professors at Iraq's University of Technology while it seeks accreditation.

In southwest Missouri, man fights to restore rural cemetery

A Duenweg man has volunteered countless hours to cleaning up Miller Cemetery in honor of those buried there.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Missouri National Guard commended for revealing investigation

Secrecy in government may prompt the public to assume the worst. The public imagination often conjures a more atrocious scenario than that revealed by the facts.

Missouri Republicans to select presidential delegates

The agenda includes the selection of 25 delegates to the Republican National Convention who will be bound to support a particular presidential candidate.

Widow files suit over fatal tent collapse near Busch Stadium

The third lawsuit concerning the accident, in which about 100 people were injured, was filed Thursday.

On the anniversary of Jacque Waller's disappearance, family struggles with loss

Ruby Rawson, Jacque Waller's mother, said watching the children grow up without their mother is difficult.

Nixon names former lawmaker to Missouri Public Service Commission

A former Democratic lawmaker has been appointed to the state utility regulation commission.

SEC supports playoff that includes best 4 teams

Members of the Southeastern Conference also voted to keep its current football scheduling format, known as 6-1-1. Teams will play six division teams annually, have one permanent crossover rival and one game that rotates among the other six teams.

Kansas City's Union Station planning teleconferencing center

Rather than fix the station's Extreme Screen, Union Station will transform the area into a high-tech teleconferencing center that could become an anchor for businesses and education.

UPDATE: Missouri mother enters Alford plea in death of son

Christina L. White entered the plea Thursday to second-degree murder, first-degree arson and endangering the welfare of a child.

Three Missouri baby sitters accused of sexual abuse

Several sex crime charges were filed Thursday against 30-year-old Rebecca Sue Russell, 27-year-old John Scott Thomas III and 25-year-old Billy Joe Bunch Jr.

Survey: Economy slows in 9 Midwest, Plains states

The report's overall economic index declined to 57.6 in May from April's 60, but remained well above the neutral score of 50.

Cardinals no-hit by Mets' Johan Santana, lose 8-0

Johan Santana pitched the first no-hitter in New York Mets' 51-season history

Police investigate death at The Greens apartment complex

Police are investigating a death at The Greens apartment complex in northeast Columbia.

Two MU School of Medicine doctors resign after investigation cites billing fraud

The investigation by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Kansas City alleges that the Radiology Department violated billing rules of both Medicaid and Medicare and possibly other insurance providers.

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