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Missouri prescription drug database earns initial approval2015-03-30 23:43:00 BND.com
Missouri senators have given initial approval to a proposed prescription drug database, despite concerns that it could jeopardize personal information.Read Full Story ...
Bradley University officials report malware computers breach2015-03-30 23:03:00 BND.com
Bradley University officials say the security of the school's computers have been breached, possibly compromising social security and other identity information of employees, former employees and retirees.Read Full Story ...
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Girl allegedly abducted in Missouri found safe in New Mexico2015-03-30 22:58:00 BND.com
Authorities say a 13-year-old Missouri girl who was allegedly abducted has been found safe in New Mexico and a man is in custody.Read Full Story ...
Missouri House panel questions privacy in body camera bill2015-03-30 22:53:00 BND.com
A Democratic proposal made in response to the fatal police shooting in Ferguson that would require mandatory body cameras for Missouri police is facing a Republican roadblock.Read Full Story ...
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9 pm news
Maroons bust out in 7-1 victory over Gibault2015-03-30 21:54:00 BND.com
Belleville West?s girls soccer team got goals from seven different players in a one-sided victory over Gibault on Monday.Read Full Story ...
Missouri House endorses limits on state spending increases2015-03-30 21:38:00 BND.com
The Missouri House is moving forward with a measure that would limit growth in the state's spending based on increases in population and inflation.Read Full Story ...
Man killed during chase by DeKalb sheriff's deputies2015-03-30 21:38:00 BND.com
A reported domestic dispute that was responded to by DeKalb County sheriff's deputies ended when a man fleeing the scene was killed when he crashed the vehicle he was driving.Read Full Story ...
Kansas man who stole wedding ring off dying woman’s finger sentenced to 11 years2015-03-30 21:21:00 BND.com
A Wichita, Kan., man will spend more than 11 years in prison for stealing a wedding ring and other items from a woman who was dying from a brain aneurysm…Read Full Story ...
Blues lose at home again, 4-12015-03-30 21:19:00 STLToday.com
Man is shot at University City school2015-03-30 21:00:00 STLToday.com
8 pm news
Three in custody in attack on MetroLink rider2015-03-30 20:45:00 STLToday.com
Lincoln funeral car set to appear in Springfield2015-03-30 20:38:00 BND.com
Organizers behind efforts to recreate the train car that carried the body of assassinated President Abraham Lincoln back to Illinois say it is nearly complete.Read Full Story ...
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Police investigate shooting that left 2 dead south of downtown St. Louis2015-03-30 20:00:00 STLToday.com
Four weeks after Schweich, Spence Jackson suicide again jolts Missouri GOP2015-03-30 20:00:00 STLToday.com
7 pm news
Keen, Bertelsman pitch Althoff past Marissa2015-03-30 19:59:00 BND.com
Althoff earned a short-game win over Marissa in high school baseball with solid pitching and opportunistic offense…Read Full Story ...
Illinois governor to push for federal spy agency relocation2015-03-30 19:28:00 BND.com
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has joined the effort to persuade a little-known federal spy agency to move its regional headquarters out of St. Louis.Read Full Story ...
Police investigate shooting south of downtown St. Louis2015-03-30 19:05:00 STLToday.com
Brooklyn police chief leaves after raid by Illinois troopers2015-03-30 19:00:00 STLToday.com
6 pm news
Hermann, Mo., sues power commissions over Prairie State coal plant2015-03-30 18:45:00 STLToday.com
5 of 6 people killed in fiery Interstate 26 crash identified2015-03-30 18:38:00 BND.com
The coroner has identified five of the six people who died in a fiery wreck earlier this month on Interstate 26 in Spartanburg County.Read Full Story ...
List of people being honored as Carnegie Heroes2015-03-30 18:38:00 BND.com
Winners of Carnegie Hero medals to be formally announced Tuesday:Read Full Story ...
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Three suspects arrested in attack on MetroLink rider2015-03-30 18:30:00 STLToday.com
After shots fired downtown, police chase on I-70 leads to five arrests2015-03-30 18:30:00 STLToday.com
Cook County, Chicago officials oppose 'right to work' zones2015-03-30 18:13:00 BND.com
Chicago and Cook County officials are opposing Gov. Bruce Rauner's plan to let local governments and voters decide whether workers should be required to join a union.Read Full Story ...
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Gov. Rauner pushes for spy agency move to Illinois site near Scott Air Force Base2015-03-30 17:50:00 STLToday.com
Bustos says she won't run for Senate, praises Duckworth2015-03-30 17:28:00 BND.com
U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos says she's decided not to challenge Republican Mark Kirk for his U.S. Senate seat.Read Full Story ...
2 decades after crash, Willis family gets new TV show2015-03-30 17:23:00 BND.com
A new TV show is set to focus on the grandchildren of a couple who lost six kids in a 1994 van crash that was linked to the investigation and…Read Full Story ...
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Don't bring that selfie stick to Coachella or Lollapalooza festivals2015-03-30 16:45:00 STLToday.com
Suspect in Connecticut prom day stabbing to use insanity defense2015-03-30 16:30:00 STLToday.com
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Lawyer who represented Bin Laden's driver now helping defendant in St. Louis terrorism case2015-03-30 16:15:00 STLToday.com
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3 pm news
Mayor Slay's education liaison to lead state charter school commission2015-03-30 15:39:00 STLToday.com
Cards name Martinez their fifth starter2015-03-30 15:32:00 STLToday.com
Four journalists sue police over arrests during Ferguson protests2015-03-30 15:20:00 STLToday.com
NBC's next live musical is 'The Wiz'2015-03-30 15:20:00 STLToday.com
Dog found tied tightly at the waist was abused, says St. Louis advocacy group2015-03-30 15:15:00 STLToday.com
A look at widely criticized Indiana law on religious freedom2015-03-30 15:14:00 STLToday.com
McCaskill, Blunt write letter in support of proposed National Geospatial-Intelligence locations in Missouri2015-03-30 15:12:00 STLToday.com
Waple to be SIUE?s Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs2015-03-30 15:05:00 SIUE.edu
Jeffrey Waple, PhD, has been recommended as the new vice chancellor for Student Affairs at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Pending approval by the SIU Board of Trustees at its regularly scheduled May 14 meeting, Waple’s projected start date is Wednesday, July 1.
Waple has over 20 years of professional service in student affairs and currently is the assistant vice president for Student Engagement and dean of students at Northern Kentucky University.
“I am deeply humbled and excited to be joining the SIUE community,” Waple said. “From my first interaction with the search committee and throughout my visit, I felt a strong sense of community and connection. I was impressed with the level of engagement and care displayed by the students, faculty and staff.
“I want to personally thank Kevin Thomas for his leadership in chairing the search for the new vice chancellor, and I am thrilled to start this next chapter of my career at SIUE and to become a Cougar.”
Waple previously served as director of Campus Life at Clarion University from 2002-08, associate director of Residence Life at Bowling Green State University from 2000-02, assistant to the vice president of Student Affairs and assistant director of Student Life at Illinois State University from 1998-2000. In 2013, he was promoted to the assistant vice president for Student Engagement at NKU.
In his current role, Waple provides leadership and supervision for The Dean of Students Office (student conduct, ombuds services, Title IX coordination, student fee allocation board), African American programs and services, Latino student programs and services, LGBTQ programs and services, campus recreation, Student Union and programming, conference services, student engagement, student leadership development, fraternity and sorority affairs, new student orientation, parent and family programs, and University Housing. He also serves as the primary advisor to the Student Government Association.
In 2010, Waple received certificates for completing the NaBITA (National Behavioral Intervention Team Association) Threat Assessment Institute and the Campus Aggression Prevention Systems Institute. In response to the Dear Colleague Letter from the Department of Education and the Office of Civil Rights in 2011, he championed the cause to bring NKU into compliance with Title IX regulations and the Campus Save Act.
Waple earned a doctorate in educational administration in 2000 from Illinois State University, a master’s in guidance and counseling in 1995 from Eastern Michigan University and a bachelor’s in biology from Heidelberg University in 1991.
Waple succeeds Narbeth Emmanuel, who is retiring at the end of the current academic year.Read Full Story ...
2 pm news
Alton pitcher Bryan Hudson becoming a top attraction for major-league scouts2015-03-30 14:08:00 BND.com
Alton High left-hander Bryan Hudson is a University of Missouri baseball recruit who has the Redbirds off to a 6-0 start while attracting the attention of numerous Major League Baseball…Read Full Story ...
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Religious act has Chicago mayor wooing Indiana businesses2015-03-30 14:03:00 BND.com
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has asked Indiana businesses to consider moving to Chicago after Indiana's governor signed legislation that's been criticized over concerns it could foster discrimination against gays and lesbians.Read Full Story ...
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1 pm news
Woman's appeal for kidney donor on car window in Maine pays off2015-03-30 13:53:00 STLToday.com
St. Louis business, political leaders criticize EPA carbon regs2015-03-30 13:45:00 STLToday.com
Spineless Obama and the Middle EastDarylCagle@cagleblog.com (Daryl Cagle)
Arab ArmyBobEnglehart@cagleblog.com (Bob Englehart)
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Pitts seeks return to board2015-03-30 13:00:00 theintelligencer.com
12 pm news
“We’ve got to become a growth state”: Rauner talks about Illinois’ budget problems during O’Fallon visit2015-03-30 12:54:00 BND.com
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner and other state department heads were in O?Fallon Monday for a business summit with local business leaders.Read Full Story ...
National parks call on Americans to 'Find Your Park'2015-03-30 12:43:00 STLToday.com
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Young Scientists Descend Upon SIUE Campus with Science Projects2015-03-30 12:35:00 SIUE.edu
More than 250 students, grades 5-12, attended the 31st Science and Engineering Research Challenge (SERC) regional competition Saturday on the campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
The students displayed 205 projects in the Morris University Center Meridian Ballroom. They were joined by more than 600 people, which included parents, teachers and volunteer judges.
One of the exhibits was presented by Jeremiah Krebs, a seventh grader from Shiloh Middle School. Jeremiah provided information about his AIRMAZING seat, which assists elderly and disabled people in getting up from a chair. Jeremiah was inspired to help others because of his experiences with his deceased grandfather who had Alzheimer's and dementia.
Some of the top winners included:
Jeremiah Krebs, a seventh grader from Shiloh Middle School, explains his AIRMAZING seat exhibit to judges: Ed Choklek, of the Society of American Military Engineers at Scott Air Force Base, and Dawn Waller, of the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
Jenae Wright, a student at Good Shepherd Lutheran in Collinsville, presents the effect that temperature has on the electrical potential of solar power. Judging her exhibit was Jerry Weinberg, associate provost in Graduate Studies and Research; and Anne Werner, assistant professor in the Department of Construction.Read Full Story ...
Duckworth challenge of Kirk begins a battle over biographies, definition2015-03-30 12:30:00 STLToday.com
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SIUE East St. Louis Center Announces its 2015 Summer Food Program2015-03-30 12:09:00 SIUE.edu
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is participating in the Summer Food Service Program.
Meals will be provided to all SIUE East St. Louis Center Summer Program enrolled children free of charge. Acceptance and participation requirements for the program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.
Any person who believes that he or she has been discriminated against in any USDA-related activity should write to: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY).
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Meals will be provided at the site(s) listed below beginning June 8, 2015 and ending July 24, 2015. For further information contact DaWanda Gresham at (618) 482-6909.
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SIUE East St. Louis Center
601 James R. Thompson Blvd.
East St. Louis, Il 62201Read Full Story ...
Post secondary education needs common sense2015-03-30 12:05:00 theintelligencer.com
7 shows for your radar this week (March 30-April 5)2015-03-30 12:00:00 STLToday.com
11 am news
Schlafly wins Beer Madness; library to get check, special brew2015-03-30 11:58:00 STLToday.com
U.S. soybean plantings seen up in 2015 despite falling prices, corn lower2015-03-30 11:50:00 STLToday.com
Man cleared in 2014 jogger attack near Washington U.2015-03-30 11:45:00 STLToday.com
Video, DNA tests clear man in attack on jogger near Washington University2015-03-30 11:45:00 STLToday.com
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Top performers: The best high school sports performances from the week of March 23-292015-03-30 11:22:00 BND.com
Here are the best high school sports performances from the week of March 23-29…Read Full Story ...
Lawsuit seeking millions for former Jackson County workers2015-03-30 11:13:00 BND.com
Lawyers are seeking what could be millions of dollars in damages for people who worked at the Jackson County Courthouse during an asbestos removal project in the early 1980s.Read Full Story ...
US official: 1 dead after car tries to ram Fort Meade gate2015-03-30 11:00:00 STLToday.com
10 am news
SNP the Backbone of the Labour PartyBrianAdcock@cagleblog.com (Brian Adcock)
4 injured in 3 overnight St. Louis shootings2015-03-30 10:57:00 STLToday.com
Village police chief leaves after raid by Illinois troopers2015-03-30 10:38:00 BND.com
A southwestern Illinois village police chief is gone from the job after a recent raid by state and county officers.Read Full Story ...
Surplus symbols: How many state bugs and beans do we need?2015-03-30 10:33:00 BND.com
Whoopie pies, the K4s steam locomotive, the Carolina Shag and Harney silt loam share a common bond: Each is a treasured member of the eclectic and, some say, out-of-control state…Read Full Story ...
AP Sources: Duckworth to challenge Kirk for Illinois Senate2015-03-30 10:25:00 STLToday.com
EasterJoeHeller@cagleblog.com (Joe Heller)
US official: Reports say 1 dead at Fort Meade gate crashing2015-03-30 10:17:00 STLToday.com
LOCAL NC Sales tax planJohnCole@cagleblog.com (John Cole)
Heinz Kraft mergerJohnCole@cagleblog.com (John Cole)
Lincoln Continental, the car of presidents, is returning2015-03-30 10:09:00 STLToday.com
Man accused of prostituting teens on Backpage2015-03-30 10:05:00 STLToday.com
9 am news
Police: Missouri auditor spokesman dead in apparent suicide2015-03-30 09:48:00 BND.com
The spokesman for the Missouri auditor's has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in what police described Monday as an apparent suicide. The death comes about a month after the…Read Full Story ...
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Villanueva makes team, reveals Cards' opening night bullpen2015-03-30 09:14:00 STLToday.com
Villanueva makes team, hinting Martinez is the fifth starter2015-03-30 09:14:00 STLToday.com
High court to hear Kansas plea to reinstate death sentences2015-03-30 09:13:00 BND.com
The nation's highest court agreed Monday to hear Kansas' appeal seeking to reinstate death sentences for two brothers convicted of robbing and forcing four people engage in sex acts before…Read Full Story ...
SIUE Joins U.S. Engineering Schools to Meet Grand Challenges2015-03-30 09:05:00 SIUE.edu
In a letter of commitment presented to President Barack Obama at the White House Science Fair Monday, March 23, the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Engineering was among more than 120 U.S. engineering schools announcing plans to educate a new generation of engineers expressly equipped to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing society in the 21st century.
The “Grand Challenges,” identified through initiatives such as the White House Strategy for American Innovation, the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenges for Engineering, and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, include complex yet critical goals such as engineering better medicines, making solar energy cost-competitive with coal, securing cyberspace and advancing personalized learning tools to deliver better education to more individuals.
Each of the 122 signing schools has pledged to graduate a minimum of 20 students per year who have been specially prepared to lead the way in solving such large-scale problems, with the goal of training more than 20,000 formally recognized “Grand Challenge Engineers” over the next decade.
“Through our initiatives in these areas, we are attracting highly prepared students who are poised to make significant contributions as part of the nationwide effort to address the Grand Challenges,” said Chris Gordon, PhD, associate professor, chair of the Department of Construction and interim associate dean in the SIUE School of Engineering.
Grand Challenge Engineers will be trained through special programs at each institution that integrate five educational elements: 1) a hands-on research or design project connected to the Grand Challenges; 2) real-world, interdisciplinary experiential learning with clients and mentors; 3) entrepreneurship and innovation experience; 4) global and cross-cultural perspectives; and 5) service-learning.
The training model was inspired by the National Academy of Engineering-endorsed Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP), established in 2009 by Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering, Olin College, and the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering in response to the NAE’s 14 Grand Challenges for Engineering in the 21st century. There are currently 20 active GCSPs and more than 160 NAE-designated Grand Challenge Scholars have graduated to date. Half of the graduates are women—compared with just 19 percent of U.S. undergraduate engineering students—demonstrating the program’s appeal to groups typically underrepresented in engineering.
“The NAE’s Grand Challenges for Engineering are already inspiring more and more of our brightest young people to pursue careers that will have direct impacts on improving the quality of life for people across the globe,” said NAE President C.D. Mote Jr. “Imagine the impact of tens of thousands of additional creative minds focused on tackling society’s most vexing challenges. ‘Changing the world’ is not hyperbole in this case. With the right encouragement, they will do it and inspire others as well.”
More information on this initiative, including a copy of the letter of commitment, is available here. The initiative grew out of a 2014 workshop organized by the American Association of Engineering Societies, Epicenter, Engineers Without Borders USA, EPICS, and the NAE Grand Challenge Scholars Program.
National Academy of Engineering
The mission of the National Academy of Engineering is to advance the well being of the nation by promoting a vibrant engineering profession and by marshaling the expertise and insights of eminent engineers to provide independent advice to the federal government on matters involving engineering and technology. The NAE, along with the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council make up the National Academies. They are private, independent nonprofit institutions established under a congressional charter granted to NAS in 1863. For more information, visit www.nae.edu.
Photo: Chris Gordon, PhD, associate professor, chair of the Department of Construction and interim associate dean in the SIUE School of Engineering.Read Full Story ...
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Ariana Grande heading to Scottrade Center2015-03-30 08:54:00 STLToday.com
Prosecutors: Germanwings co-pilot treated for suicidal tendencies2015-03-30 08:37:00 STLToday.com
4-year-old girl rides Philly bus searching for 3 a.m. snack2015-03-30 08:31:00 STLToday.com
Highway Patrol: 8 dead, 10 injured when Florida van crashes2015-03-30 08:05:00 STLToday.com
7 am news
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St. Joseph school administrator settles lawsuit2015-03-30 07:45:00 BND.com
The St. Joseph school district has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with its chief financial officer.Read Full Story ...
Warm weather Monday and Tuesday, then rain and cool2015-03-30 07:44:00 STLToday.com
U.S. Rep. Aaron `Downton Abbey' Schock is kind of like Abe Lincoln?2015-03-30 07:30:00 STLToday.com
Artist buries art across St. Louis for Easter hunt2015-03-30 07:25:00 BND.com
A St. Louis artist is planning an unusual Easter art project in the city.Read Full Story ...
6 am news
3 Mississippi River ports in Arkansas to be dredged2015-03-30 06:55:00 BND.com
Three Mississippi River ports in Arkansas will be dredged this year as part of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project to open channels that are often clogged by silt…Read Full Story ...
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5 am news
UnitedHealth to buy pharmacy benefits manager Catamaran2015-03-30 05:40:00 BND.com
The nation's largest health insurer, UnitedHealth, has muscled up in its fight against rising specialty drug costs, spending more than $12 billion to buy pharmacy benefits manager Catamaran Corp.Read Full Story ...
Arizona governor vetoes bill shielding names of officers2015-03-30 05:15:00 BND.com
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed legislation Monday requiring law enforcement agencies to keep the names of officers involved in shootings secret for two months, nixing a bill that was inspired…Read Full Story ...
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Police: Motorcyclist dies in Kansas City crash2015-03-30 04:05:00 BND.com
Kansas City, Kansas, police say a motorcyclist was killed in a crash with an SUV over the weekend.Read Full Story ...
EXCHANGE: Peoria museum offers look at engineering2015-03-30 04:05:00 BND.com
Staring at a dusty terrain ahead, sloping with muddy hills and peppered with trees, Brendan Patterson gripped the wheel of his dozer and prepared to charge forward.Read Full Story ...
Man caught with drugs after trying to steal from store2015-03-30 04:05:00 BND.com
Authorities say a Springfield man was caught with meth after trying to steal a cart full of merchandise from a business.Read Full Story ...
3 am news
Northern Illinois drafting policy for smoke-free campus2015-03-30 03:05:00 BND.com
Northern Illinois University has created a task force to write a draft policy for the state's Smoke-Free Campus Act, which goes into effect July 1.Read Full Story ...
Kane County Cougars get special craft beer for 25th season2015-03-30 03:05:00 BND.com
The Kane County Cougars are partnering with Two Brothers Brewing Company to have a special craft beer to mark the team's 25th season in Geneva.Read Full Story ...
Central Illinois community college to host Lincoln exhibit2015-03-30 03:05:00 BND.com
A traveling exhibit about President Abraham Lincoln will make a stop at a central Illinois community college next month.Read Full Story ...
1 killed, 1 injured in crash on Chicago's Lower West Side2015-03-30 03:05:00 BND.com
Authorities say a Chicago woman was killed and another was critically injured in a crash involving a semitrailer on city's Lower West Side.Read Full Story ...
Union soldier's letters basis of upcoming play in Illinois2015-03-30 03:05:00 BND.com
Apple River Fort State Historic Site is to host a play based on the real letters between a Union solider and his wife during the Civil War.Read Full Story ...
2 am news
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Hearing set for guardsman accused of plotting attacks2015-03-30 02:05:00 BND.com
A federal judge is scheduled to hold a detention hearing for a 22-year-old Illinois Army National Guard soldier accused of plotting a terrorist attack on a military facility with his…Read Full Story ...
12 am news
Officials: Slow justice at fault in Chicago man's long con2015-03-30 00:40:00 BND.com
Prosecutors and consumer advocates say they're frustrated by a civil justice system that moves too slowly.Read Full Story ...
Bill McClellan: For redevelopment of proposed NFL stadium site, look to past not future2015-03-30 00:15:00 STLToday.com
Ferguson-related bills slow to move through Missouri Legislature2015-03-30 00:15:00 STLToday.com
New test, technology mark start of state exams2015-03-30 00:15:00 STLToday.com
As the economy improves, more Missouri state workers are leaving2015-03-30 00:15:00 STLToday.com
Spence Jackson, spokesman for the late Tom Schweich, found dead2015-03-30 00:00:00 STLToday.com
Missouri man pleads in beating deaths of couple in 20122015-03-30 00:00:00 STLToday.com
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