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Funeral arrangements are pending at the H.T. May & Son Funeral Home in Columbia.
Barret Jackman, Patrik Berglund and Vladimir Tarasenko all scored in the first 14 minutes for the Blues, who improved to 6-1.
From mid-December through this week, Nixon received $295,000 of contributions from 16 donors who gave at least $10,000 each, according to online records of the Missouri Ethics Commission.
The Missouri Senate passed a bill Thursday that could help lure big sporting events to the state. The legislation would reimburse the sporting event's sponsors $5 for every ticket sold. An additional bill that reinstates tax credits to certain charities was also passed by the Senate.
Friday will mark the end of Fred Boeckmann's lengthy and influential run as Columbia's city attorney.
The Stephens women's basketball team recorded its second American Midwest Conference victory of the season with a 49-40 win Thursday at Hannibal-LaGrange.
Franklin County authorities determined Monday that the victim was then 61-year-old Elbert Embry of Boonville.
A Senate committee heard testimony Wednesday on a plan that would authorize up to $7.5 million of annual tax credits for air cargo exports.
Gov. Nixon has laid out his funding plans for 2013, but they are expected to be challenged by the Republican General Assembly.
The Justice Department argues the proposed $20.1 billion merger would lead to reduced market competition and higher beer prices.
Convoy of Hope expects to hand over the keys to the eighth home in the project next week, with others to follow in coming months.
The first phase of the project received $17 million in state and city incentives. The Cardinals hope to open Ballpark Village in time for Opening Day in 2014.
The move comes after a five-year effort by a developer to revive the building, which has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 2007.