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A man who sped through a red light in Kansas City and crashed into a patrol car has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of an officer and a bystander. … more
The Missouri House has passed legislation that could protect chemical manufacturer Bayer from some lawsuits alleging a popular weedkiller causes cancer. The legislation comes as Bayer faces tens of … more
The FBI has determined that a young Black man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside a rural Missouri home, not at the hands of the white homeowner who had a history of racist social media … more
Missouri’s Republican-led Legislature has passed a bill to ban Medicaid funding from going to Planned Parenthood. The GOP-controlled House on Wednesday voted 106-48 to send the proposal to … more
Kansas City Star. April 22, 2024. Editorial: These Missouri and Kansas Republicans in Congress finally did right by Ukraine We don’t get that many chances to say, “Well done, House … more
Lawmakers are poised to take another shot at defunding Planned Parenthood in Missouri. Republicans have tried for years to block Medicaid funding from going to Planned Parenthood clinics in Missouri. … more
A company that operates fiber lines says the loss of 911 service in many places was due to installation of a light pole. Outages were reported Wednesday night in Nebraska, Nevada, South Dakota and … more
In a move indicative of proactive legislative response to economic crises, the Missouri House of Representatives recently passed the "Protecting Missouri's Small Businesses Act" (HB 2874). This legislation comes as a beacon of hope for small businesses across Missouri, offering a substantial package aimed at mitigating the adverse effects caused by emergency shutdown orders, particularly those enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, we provide an in-depth analysis of HB 2874, its implications, key provisions, and the broader context of its development and anticipated impact. more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. April 12, 2024. Editorial: Having won on abortion, Missouri GOP just can’t stop attacking women’s health care Not content with having already imposed the first … more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Missouri stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Missouri and the rest of the world, visit … more
Across the country, book bans and attempted bans have soared to the highest levels in decades. Public and school-based libraries have been inundated with complaints from community members and … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. April 5, 2024. Editorial: Missouri extended oversight to religious schools for a reason. Don’t undo it. Three years ago, Missouri legislators finally confronted an … more
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People impacted by nuclear contamination in the St. Louis region are urging federal lawmakers to approve a plan to spend billions of dollars to compensate Americans exposed to radiation by the … more
What would an all-female government look like in the U.S.? Or even a majority female government? It’s something that remains a fantasy. But for the ambitious high school students in the Girls State … more
EDITORS/NEWS DIRECTORS: Allergy season is earlier and stronger than expected. More than 80 million Americans deal with itchy eyes, runny nose and other symptoms of seasonal allergies, … more
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