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A fierce storm hugged the eastern portion of the nation in an icy, wet grip Thursday, spawning strong winds, tornadoes and the possibility of floods through the region where just days ago spring was beginning to bloom. At least one death related to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The healthcare debate continued in Missouri on Wednesday with the state's governor again calling for an expansion of Medicaid during a stop in Springfield. It is something he said would boost the economy, but some leading...
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A man convicted of killing a sports editor in Columbia in 2001 is asking Gov. Jay Nixon for a pardon. Ryan Ferguson is serving a 40-year prison sentence for murder and robbery for the death in November 2001 of Kent Heitholt, a sports...
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Treasurer Clint Zweifel is ruling out a run for governor in 2016. Zweifel, a Democrat, is prohibited by term limits from seeking a third term as treasurer. He had been mentioned along with Democratic Attorney General...
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon on Monday appointed Ronda Cortesini of Waynesville, as Pulaski County associate circuit judge. The position became available upon the appointment by Gov. Nixon of Associate Circuit Judge Greg Warren as circuit judge...
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- In a letter signed by the top seven Republicans in the Missouri Senate, Governor Jay Nixon's proposal to expand the number of Missourians eligible for Medicaid was called, "an irresponsible, comprehensive adoption of failed federal...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon says he is changing the way he campaigns for Medicaid expansion. "In January and February, I spent the majority of my time on this issue," Nixon said at a news conference on Monday at Burrell Behavioral Health Center,...
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Powdery snow bombarded much of the nation's midsection Thursday, leaving as much as 17 inches in some places, shutting down airports, schools and state legislatures. The storm system swirled to the north and east Thursday night,...
A winter storm that buried the Great Plains in more than a foot of snow lost some of its punch as it blew through Chicago overnight, but it still managed to slow the morning commute with slick roads and dozens of spinouts on expressways. Snow began...
The winter storm that walloped the Great Plains today entered the Chicago area late Thursday and will linger through the morning commute on Friday, possibly dumping up to half a foot of snow here. As of 9 p.m. a winter weather advisory is in effect for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSpringfield, Mo. -- A group of undercover agents, tasked with waging a war on drugs, could cease to exist. The Springfield Police Chief said Monday regional task forces around the state have undergone drastic cuts in funding over the last few years...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's a drop in the bucket, but educators say they would take it. Gov. Jay Nixon unveiled his plan to fund higher education at a news conference at Missouri State University on Wednesday morning. Nixon's proposal calls for an...
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