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Mandatory civics test to graduate high school?

(Missourinet) A bipartisan group has launched an effort to make sure Missouri’s high school graduates know as much about their country and its system of government as immigrants know when they become citizens. (more…)

Missouri unemployment rate drops slightly

(AP) – A new report shows Missouri’s unemployment rate dipped slightly last month while the state lost 3,100 non-farm jobs. (more…)

Columbia children’s hospital gets kid-friendly MRI

(AP) – Young patients in need of an MRI at a Columbia children’s hospital can now pretend to take beach vacations while they undergo magnetic resonance imaging. (more…)

St. Mary’s neighbors have traffic concerns

Residents of a Jefferson City neighborhood are less than thrilled with the opening of the new St. Mary’s Hospital. (more…)

Afternoon Pedestrian Fatality

Thursday at approximately 3:28 pm, Officers, Osage Beach Ambulance and Osage Beach Fire Department personnel responded to an accident involving a pedestrian on westbound Hwy 54. (more…)

Transit funds and time off in new JC budget

You may see an extended bus line running in Jefferson City if the council backs Mayor Eric Struemph’s budget for 2015. (more…)

Missouri poised to vote on 72-hour abortion wait

(AP) – Missouri lawmakers are poised to vote this week to enact one of the nation’s longest abortion waiting periods. (more…)

Controversial lake drowning death ruled accidental

It was an accident. That’s the ruling from the death of a man who fell off a Highway Patrol boat at The Lake of the Ozarks and drowned while handcuffed. (more…)

State of Emergency lifted in Ferguson

(AP) – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has lifted the state of emergency that he declared Aug. 16 in response to looting and violent protesting in Ferguson. (more…)

Schofield named new Jefferson City Fire Chief

Jefferson City has a new Fire Chief. (more…)