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Sedalia teen charged with making terrorist threat at school

Perry L. Crabb, 17, was charged as an adult with making a terrorist threat after allegedly saying he was going to bring a gun to his Sedalia high school and kill others and then himself. If convicted, Crabb could face up to four years in prison.

Raytown police to discuss quadruple slaying

A news conference will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday about the deaths of Andre Jones Sr., his girlfriend Precious Triplett and her nephews Amir Clemons and Gerard Clemons.

Biden to make three stops on Missouri visit

The vice president will speak about the military, alternative energy and affordable higher education.

Missouri House advances proposal to replace income tax with higher sales tax

The Missouri House gave preliminary approval to a constitutional amendment to replace the state's income tax with a higher sales tax. The proposal would increase the current sales tax to 5.11 percent and would expand the kinds of goods and services that are taxed.

Missouri senators propose to spend $943M from stimulus

The federal stimulus money would be put into next year's budget for services including schools, sex crime detectives and passenger trains.

Some Missouri universities struggle with setting tuition

Gov. Nixon has promised not to cut university funding for the 2009-2010 budget if they do not raise tuition, but the Legislature has not approved this yet. Some students are struggling to make decisions without knowing what tuition will cost for next year.

Nixon calls on Senate to pass jobs bill

After Missouri lost a potential new battery plant to Michigan, Gov. Nixon called on the Senate to pass a bill that will increase funding for tech companies.

St. Louis shelter breaks ties with Zootoo

Stray Rescue of St. Louis won the Zootoo.com $1 million shelter makeover a year ago, but received less than half of the money. The shelter still plans to build a new facility downtown, but will need to reassess how much more money it will need to raise.

Tax protesters rally at Missouri Capitol

The "tea party" is one of dozens across the country scheduled to occur around Wednesday's income tax deadline. They are modeled after the Boston Tea Party staged by American colonists against British taxes in 1773.

Columbia Tomorrow program to hold town hall event Thursday

The Columbia Tomorrow project aims to provide a resource for Columbia residents to become informed about the city's future growth and changes.

Missouri Supreme Court rules against sex offender

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled against a sex offender's challenge of his psychological evaluation lablling him as a "sexually violent predator."

FAA told to ground plane made from Missouri company's kits

The National Transportation Safety Board requested the Federal Aviation Administration ban a type of light sport plane it said has broken apart mid-flight six times since 2006.

Missouri judge temporarily stops funeral protest law

A funeral protest law has been temporarily barred in a Kansasy City suburb.

Kansas City police: Suspects in attempted theft foiled by mud

Three suspects were arrested after an attempt to steal a backhoe from a Kansas City construction site went awry.

Hallmark cutting up to 8 percent of U.S. work force

The Kansas City-based company will cut between 550 and 750 jobs over the next six months, as it struggles with falling sales.

Friends split lotto prize in Kansas City

The men are opting for the lump sum payment of $850,000, giving them each a check for more than $300,000 after taxes.

'Fulton Flash' nominated for commemorative stamp

Helen Stephens was a two-time gold medal winner who set records in the 100-meter dash and 400-meter relay in the 1936 Olympic games. 

Alderwoman wants St. Louis smoke-free

Lyda Krewson says she hopes the bill she plans to introduce will at least get dialogue started in the city about banning smoking in restaurants and businesses.

Biden to speak at University of Missouri-St. Louis

He plans to address the progress of the Economic Recovery Act and making college accessible.

Sturgeon documents to join Missouri State Archive

Recently recovered court documents from Sturgeon will join the Missouri State Archives after they are organized and put onto microfilm. The archives are available in online databases and have tens of thousands of records, some dating back to 1770.

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