Newspaper editorial prior to King's death 'added fuel to the fire'
The incidents are more than 46 years apart, but they began in similar fashion.
The St. Louis County medical examiner, whose office performed the first autopsy on Michael Brown, is a Jefferson City native and Jefferson City High School graduate.
Since the Missouri Highway Patrol began tracking traffic fatalities, the most in a single year were 1,521 reported in 1969, with the least fatalities being the 757 deaths reported last year.
Ameren Missouri says it soon will pay out all the solar rebates it’s required to pay, under a stipulated agreement reached last November with the Public Service Commission and other parties.
Missouri’s Supreme Court this week declined to hear Cole County Assessor Chris Estes’ appeal in his legal battle with the County Commission over its use of the “assessment fund.”
Noranda Aluminum won’t get reduced rates, the Public Service Commission said today.
Lincoln University Curators voted Tuesday to move forward with plans to build a new “Wellness Center” on the campus’ southeast corner.
From grade-point average statistics to enrollment figures, Kevin Rome threw out a lot of numbers last week, during Lincoln University’s Faculty/Staff Fall Institute.
“Change” always is going to happen, Lincoln University President Keven D. Rome told faculty and staff Thursday morning at the school’s annual Fall Institute that helps get ready for the start of classes later this month.
For manslaughter and assault following fatal accident
Judge Dan Green said he’ll make a decision as soon as he can on a request to modify Larry Gene Welch’s sentences for manslaughter and assault following a fatal accident in 2007.