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Missouri tennis loses on road to Ole Miss

The Tigers (9-11, 2-10 SEC) close the regular season Sunday at Mississippi State.

MU chair to lead national doctor's organization

The university said in a release that David Fleming will be named president-elect of the American College of Physicians.

Missouri sheriffs willing to issue concealed gun cards

The Missouri Sheriffs' Association said Friday that it's willing to work with legislators on efforts to shift the responsibility of producing the cards from the state Department of Revenue to the local sheriffs who already handle applications.

Drought eases in farm belt but is not over yet

Above-average snow cover and a chilly, wet spring have helped restore moisture to many states burdened by last year's drought.

Claire McCaskill urges businesses to maximize online opportunities

The Senator was in St. Louis Friday, teaming with Google for a small business workshop at Third Degree Glass Factory.

Gay-Straight Alliance working for equality at Southeast Missouri State University

The group would like a nondiscrimination amendment on sexual orientation added to Southeast Missouri State University's student constitution.

Family farm reaches fourth generation in SW Missouri

Today, Brad Groves and his brother, Todd, are the fourth generation on this Christian County farm. Their wives and kids, along with their grandma and parents, call the dairy farm home.

2 bald eagles shot to death in NW Missouri

The department says a reward is being offered for information leading to a conviction in the case. It's a state and federal offense to shoot a bald eagle.

Missouri Senate passes protections for nursing mothers

The measure approved Thursday would require nursing mothers to submit a written note from a doctor to be excused from jury duty.

Missouri officials take aim at feral hogs

A feral hog is any hog that is roaming on public or private land and lacks conspicuous ear tags or notches.

Second man arrested in probe of prison chief's death

Colorado Springs, Colo., authorities arrested Thomas Guolee, 31, at about 5:30 p.m. Thursday in Colorado Springs, according to El Paso County sheriff's officials.

Missouri military officer pleads guilty in homicide

As part of a plea deal Phillip C. Parish will be sentenced to life in prison — which amounts to 30 years — plus another 20 years in prison. He was originally charged with first-degree murder.

Elephant shot in Mississippi returns to Missouri

The 39-year-old Asian elephant, named Carol, was shot Thursday in Tupelo, Miss. She was part of a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus show.

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