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More than 80 arrests made in St. Louis area

(AP) – Authorities say that more than 80 people were arrested as chaos enveloped sections of the St. Louis area overnight. (more…)

Pay raises could be coming to elected officials

(AP) – A state commission is recommending pay raises for Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon, state lawmakers and other statewide officials. (more…)

Good opening weekend for deer hunters

(AP) – Hunters have killed more than 91,000 deer in Missouri so far this firearms season. (more…)

St. Mary’s gets ready for moving day

The equipment is in place, the final touches are complete, and now it’s time for the big move. (more…)

Search continues for Lincoln gunmen

Waving a gun in front of a dorm sends a local school into lockdown. (more…)

Hearings start on controversial wind power project

(AP) – Missouri regulators are to hear evidence on whether a high-voltage power line should be built across the northern part of the state. (more…)

Open enrollment is a dangerous time for insurance scams

Open enrollment can mean a lot of confusing forms, especially for people enrolled in Medicare. (more…)

Nixon releases more than $5.6M in frozen funds

(AP) – Gov. Jay Nixon has released more than $5.6 million in state funds he had frozen earlier, saying the move was possible because Missouri gained jobs in September. (more…)

Bond issue to build new JC high school could come up soon

Would you support a bond issue to build a second Jefferson City high school and renovate JCHS? (more…)

Opponents of Amend. 3 want local control of schools

A coalition of teachers and administrators is hoping you vote against Amendment 3 on Tuesday. (more…)