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Terry Imhoff — Engineer right at home with Mid-Missouri projects

As a high school student in California, Missouri, Terry Imhoff already had a clear idea of what he wanted from life. A quick study of the microfilm cards in the high school library revealed engineering was a good profession for math-proficient students.

Former New Madrid County teacher facing child porn charge

A former teacher has been charged with possessing child pornography.

Man sentenced to 7 years in prison for stabbing death

A Springfield man has been sentenced to seven years in prison in a December 2013 stabbing death.

Man charged in deadly St. Louis County bar shooting

A 27-year-old man has been charged in a fatal shooting at a St. Louis County bar.

Police: Officers kill man who charged at them near St. Louis

Authorities said Saturday that police officers shot and killed a suburban St. Louis man after he charged at them with a knife.

Charges dismissed against Missouri officer in shooting

Prosecutors have dismissed charges against a Missouri police officer who was indicted in the nonfatal shooting of a man during an arrest last summer, saying they wouldn't have been able to get a conviction.

Travelers diverted from Denver get stuck on plane for hours

At least eight planes were diverted from Denver to Colorado Springs on Friday because of weather, and some passengers were left sitting on the tarmac for hours.

I-70 to be a two-lane road all summer, north of Sedalia

A stretch of Interstate 70 in west-Central Missouri is about to be a one-lane-in-each-direction road, for the summer.

Public gets second chance to weigh in on education standards

Public hearing set for Monday in Jefferson City

The public is getting a second chance on Monday to weigh in on an effort to review Missouri’s educational standards at a public hearing in Jefferson City.

Organizations urge MU to protect Jewish students

Sixteen national organizations are asking the University of Missouri to ensure the safety of Jewish students after anti-Semitic messages were found last week.

Judge blocks campaign limits petition

One of the proposed state constitutional amendments to impose campaign finance limits in Missouri is unconstitutional, Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green ruled Friday.

Missouri parents guilty of caging autistic son

A St. Louis-area husband and wife have been found guilty of child endangerment for putting their autistic son in a makeshift cage.

Missouri S&T begins to use crowdfunding

The Missouri University of Science and Technology has started a crowdfunding website, and its first project is to send students to a Mars rover design competition.

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St. Louis Marathon strips winner's title, says Columbia woman cheated

Organizers of the St. Louis marathon stripped the winner of her title this week, saying she had crept onto the course late in the race for the second consecutive year to make it appear she had run all 26.2 miles.

Judge OKs bond of 2 of 6 accused of supporting Islamic State

A federal judge in St. Louis has approved the release on bail of two people who are accused of supporting Islamic State fighters overseas.

Campaign of late Missouri auditor returns $480,000 to donors

Nearly $480,000 in donations to the late Republican Auditor Tom Schweich, who fatally shot himself this year while in the early stages of a bid for governor, has been returned to donors so far, campaign finance records released this week show.

Agriculture Hall of Fame to reopen again with new hopes

Like many farmers, the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame struggles to hold on from one year to the next.

Attorney General sues Missouri meat-processing facility

Attorney General Chris Koster has filed a lawsuit accusing a small southeast Missouri meat-processing plant of polluting a steam with slaughterhouse waste.

Missouri Senate approves change to license office bidding

The Missouri Revenue Department would be blocked from considering how much a business would pay back to the state for running license offices under a proposal moving forward in the Legislature.

Missouri OKs 15-month reduction in lifetime welfare benefits

More than 3,000 low-income Missouri families could lose monthly welfare assistance under a measure heading to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon for consideration, the first such bill approved by lawmakers this year among a number aimed at trimming social services.