News for Saturday, May 23, 2015
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In Class 2 girls long jump
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Capital Region Medical Center expects its 115,000-square-foot expansion to the Madison Street hospital to be substantially completed by July 28 and operational by early September.
A Holts Summit woman is wanted by authorities on a charge of child abduction.
Do you feel the city provides the services it should? Are there places where the city should improve or expand service? Or are there places where the city could cut back on services offered?
The new Missouri State Penitentiary (MSP) Database is available online at MissouriDigitalHeritage.com/MSP.
In response to an accidental donation of $1,900 at the Jefferson City Goodwill in April, the 9-year-old girl who found the money was rewarded for her efforts on Friday.
A Fulton man was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 3:36 a.m. Friday on Route C at County Road 408 in Callaway County.
In Class 2 girls long jump
You had to see this one coming — it ended the only way a Cinderella story could.
On first day of Class 1-2 state track and field championships
There were a lot of familiar faces atop the awards stand Friday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
In Class 1 track
For the second straight state championship, Autumn Baker spent a portion of the 3,200-meter run in first. Her next goal is to finish it there.
In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Senate passed bipartisan legislation Friday night to strengthen the administration's hand in global trade talks, clearing the way for a highly unpredictable summer showdown in the House.
A circus violated an animal welfare law by allowing three elephants to briefly get loose in Missouri and watering them too close to a Pennsylvania show’s public area where a child managed to pose for a photo behind one of them, a federal agency alleges in a complaint.
A woman appeared in court Friday on multiple charges after authorities allege she crashed into the median of an interstate highway in St. Louis with a syringe of heroin still in her arm and her 3-year-old child in the back seat.
The caretaker of stuffed animals and other mementoes from a former mid-street Ferguson memorial to Michael Brown denies discarding many of the items from the makeshift shrine after they were removed this week.
Here are the results for statewide competitors in Friday’s action at the Class 1-2 Missouri State High School Activities Association Track and Field Championships.
From Friday's competitions
Here are the results for area competitors in Friday’s action at the Class 1-2 Missouri State High School Activities Association Track and Field Championships.
More than 30 American paintings collected by a Kansas City couple was sold this week for more than $2 million at an auction in Chicago.
Here is the list of area finalists today at the Class 1-2 Missouri State High School Activities Association Track and Field Championships at Dwight T. Reed Stadium on the Lincoln University campus in Jefferson City.
Five years ago, I was approached by a constituent in my Washington, Mo., office wanting to tell her father’s story about his time defending our great nation in World War I.
MONTREAL — Michael Sam has found a pro football job. In Canada.
BRANSON — A big sinkhole discovered Friday near the driving range of a southwest Missouri golf course is attracting the attention of geological experts.
NCAA Super Regional
The Missouri softball team begins a best-of-three super regional against UCLA today in Los Angeles.
The oil pipeline leak that fouled a stretch of California coastline this week reflects a troubling trend in the nation’s infrastructure: As U.S. oil production has soared, so has the number of pipeline accidents.
California regulators Friday accepted a historic offer from a group of farmers holding some of the state’s strongest water rights to voluntarily reduce their water use by one-quarter to stave off deeper, mandatory cutbacks amid one of the worst droughts on record.
Butler University in Indianapolis has named Learfield Sports to represent Bulldog Athletics’ multimedia rights through the 2024-25 collegiate athletic season, according to a Learfield news release.
A $19 million deal between Target and MasterCard to settle lawsuits stemming from the retailer’s massive pre-Christmas 2013 data breach has been scrapped, because it failed to get enough support from the affected banks and credit unions.
Wal-Mart’s push to get its suppliers to give farm animals fewer antibiotics and more room to roam is expected to have a big impact on the food industry, experts say.
Real men — and women — could wear pink in Wisconsin’s woods if a group of lawmakers get their way.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell has vetoed a bill that would have expanded the city’s ban on sitting and lying down on sidewalks.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received information on her private email account about the deadly attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that was later classified “secret” at the request of the FBI, according to documents released Friday, underscoring lingering questions about how responsibly she handled sensitive information on a home server.
A man paralyzed by a gunshot more than a decade ago can shake hands, drink beer and play “rock, paper, scissors” by controlling a robotic arm with his thoughts, researchers reported.
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — There’s no bank of TV cameras surrounding Kurt Busch’s hauler, no one monitoring his fluid intake to prevent dehydration, no golf cart waiting to whisk him away from NASCAR practice and off to Indianapolis.
A suicide bomber unleashed a blast in a Shiite mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia as worshippers commemorated the birth of a revered saint, killing at least 21 people and wounding dozens more in the deadliest attack seen in the kingdom in more than a decade.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Will Power ended the final practice session for the Indianapolis 500 up front — exactly where he doesn’t want to be for most of Sunday’s race.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Carlos Huertas was ruled out of the Indianapolis 500 on Friday after failing a routine medical exam, and veteran driver Tristan Vautier was chosen to replace him in the No. 18 car for Dale Coyne Racing for Sunday’s 99th running of the race.
Islamic State group militants hunted down Syrian government troops and loyalists in the newly captured town of Palmyra, shooting or beheading them in public as a warning, and imposing their strict interpretation of Islam, activists said Friday.