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A lawsuit challenging federal rules entitling workers to time off and other accommodations for abortions lacks standing, a federal judge in Arkansas ruled on Friday. Republican attorneys general from … more
An Arkansas prosecutors says an Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent was justified when he fatally shot the Little Rock airport's director during a raid in March. Pulaski County … more
The Supreme Court has decided to uphold federal approval of the abortion pill mifepristone, for now. But this week's unanimous ruling isn't the final word. The justices denied the challenge for … 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
The Boys & Girls Club of the Greater West Plains Area (BGCWP) officials have given an update on services provided, a new fundraising drive and announcements about its Meet Up & Eat Up program, available to all youth from infants through age 18. more
As all government offices and buildings at all levels will be closed Wednesday for the Juneteenth federal holiday, there will be no mail delivery. The Quill will still publish a Wednesday paper, which will be available online, but will not arrive in mailboxes until Thursday. more
Election 2024 Trump Biden CEOs (COPY:V5201) <<CAT:Government and Politics>> Election 2024 Trump Biden CEOs-Intro Voicer apa378185-Voicer--WASHINGTON-(Norman Hall, AP … more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — The June meeting of the Mtn. View City Council was held Tuesday, with Mayor Charry McCann, Alderman David Bauer, Alderwoman Judi Colter and Alderman Calvin Perry present. Alderman Ed Martin was absent. more
Gov. Mike Parson has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency to approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri to provide federal assistance to a total of 15 counties in response to multiple incidences of severe weather impacting the state between May 19 and 27. more
A third suspect has been charged in the late-December murder of William Stucker, 70, Eminence, and court records show additional felony charges have been filed against two of the suspects in counties across the northwest corner of the state for other crimes allegedly committed both before and after the murder. more
State Sen. Bill Eigel, a Republican from St. Charles County representing the 23rd District and running for governor, will host a public meet-and-greet at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Walnut Room of the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. more
AP SportsMinute intro voicer (COPY:sptsp05500) <<CAT:Sports>> AP SportsMinute intro voicer-Reeves apa378068-Voicer--ST. LOUIS-(Mike Reeves, correspondent)-“Reeves, AP … more
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Editor’s note: The following article describes an investigation into the reported rape of a teen. While care has been taken to report on charges with sensitivity to survivors and readers, it may still be disturbing to read. If you are experiencing domestic or sexual violence, or if you’re a survivor of the same and in need of support, call Christos House’s hotline, 800-611-5853.
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A West Plains man with several felony convictions and a history of failure to appear has now been charged with four additional felonies related to two alleged incidents, including an attempt to run over a woman during a domestic assault and damage to city property. more
West Plains city council members will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. Monday at city hall, 1910 Holiday Lane. more
Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston has received a $50,000 federal grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation as part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). more
A Birch Tree resident has been charged with two felony counts of second-degree child molestation after allegedly masturbating in the presence of a child and touching the child in a sexual manner. more
Starting this week, more than 300 high school students from across the state will spend three weeks on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia this summer participating in the Missouri Scholars Academy. more
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