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Bass Pro CEO challenges ex-Cabela's execs: Help the workers

Published Jan. 11 2018

SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — Bass Pro Shops' chief executive said he will match donations by former Cabela's executives and owners...

Man charged in fatal shooting of his toddler's mother

Published Jan. 11 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — A Kansas City man has been charged with fatally shooting the mother of his 2-year-old son,...

MSHSAA: Schools being more proactive about head injuries

Published Jan. 11 2018

The Missouri State High School Activities Association's most recent report on head injuries suggests high schools' sports and activities communities...

Governor extols less government, doesn't mention state pay

Published Jan. 11 2018

Gov. Eric Greitens on Wednesday night praised efforts to "continue to shrink the size of government," but said nothing in...

Greitens pledges bold tax reform

Published Jan. 11 2018

Gov. Eric Greitens on Wednesday promised the "boldest state tax reform in America" even as new federal and state tax...

Coalition pushes for more restriction on tanning bed use

Published Jan. 11 2018

Tears began to stream down her cheeks as Emily Messerli told listeners how skin cancer took her husband's life.

New power line for northeastern Missouri approved

Published Jan. 10 2018

A Missouri utility regulator has given approval for an Ameren Corp. subsidiary to build a high-voltage power line in northeast...

Missouri Gov. Greitens to give second State of the State

Published Jan. 10 2018

Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is set to give his second State of the State speech.

Missouri House advances bill on lobbyist gifts

Published Jan. 10 2018

The Missouri House is again advancing a proposal that would ban lobbyist gifts to lawmakers, with some exceptions.

McCaskill bill addresses northern Missouri mailing quirk

Published Jan. 10 2018

Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill has introduced a bill that would put an end to a Postal Service quirk requiring some...

Southeast Missouri State cutting 35-40 jobs

Published Jan. 10 2018

Southeast Missouri State University will cut 35 to 40 jobs over the next five months, a move that the school's...

Leader recommends head of St. Louis Veterans Home be fired

Published Jan. 10 2018

Missouri Veterans Commission Interim Executive Director Grace Link on Tuesday said she wants to fire the leader of St.

MERS Goodwill establishing four adult high schools in Missouri

Published Jan. 10 2018

MERS Goodwill announced Tuesday it has received the contract to establish four adult high schools in Missouri over the next...

Kansas City airport gets first nonstop transatlantic flight

Published Jan. 9 2018

Kansas City's airport is getting its first regularly scheduled nonstop transatlantic flight.

Guard told police he felt threatened before deadly shooting

Published Jan. 9 2018

Court records say a security guard felt threatened before fatally shooting one person around 2 a.m. on New Year's Day...

Greitens touts Missouri's own plan to keep lakes clean

Published Jan. 9 2018

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is urging the Environmental Protection Agency to let the state take care of its own lakes...

Woman pleads guilty to shooting at officers during I-70 pursuit

Published Jan. 9 2018

A Missouri woman who fired at officers and other motorists during a police chase is facing up to 35 years...

Missouri revenue growth lags behind expectations

Published Jan. 9 2018

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and state legislative budget leaders are projecting that the state will bring in roughly $200 million...

University of Missouri officials still push for diversity

Published Jan. 9 2018

University of Missouri officials say the Columbia campus still has a ways to go in hiring diverse faculty despite recent...

National headquarters reviewing MU fraternity

Published Jan. 9 2018

The national headquarters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon has told its chapter at the University of Missouri to stop all chapter...

Judge keeps state education 'Sunshine' lawsuit going

Published Jan. 9 2018

A Springfield teacher's lawsuit accusing the State Board of Education of violating Missouri's "Sunshine" law is moving forward.

St. Louis prosecutors seize assets in Venezuela money scheme

Published Jan. 9 2018

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Federal prosecutors in St. Louis have seized a plane, two multimillion dollar yachts and more than...

Chamber of Commerce and Industry launches GovWatch

Published Jan. 9 2018

The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry spun off its Jefferson City-based legislative tracking service at the end of December...