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Senate Bill Intends To Fix Issues With Missouri’s Student Transfer Law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Senate bill intended to fix issues with Missouri's student transfer law could cost more than $200 million to implement next fiscal year. The bill would give students in struggling schools more options to transfer to better-performing ones within their home district

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Missouri Woman Pleads Guilty To Her Role In A 2001 Fire

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri woman has pleaded guilty to her role in a 2001 blaze that killed the couple's teen-age son. Sandra Kay Bryant of St. Louis County entered the plea yesterday in St. Louis federal court to one felony count of aiding and abetting the use of fire to commit mail fraud

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More Details On Tom Schweich’s Death Released

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — An aide to former U.S. Senator John Danforth says she was on the phone with Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich  discussing his religion just moments before he killed himself

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Pine Lawn Protests After Federal Report About Ferguson

PINE LAWN, Mo. (AP) — A day after a federal report demanded changes in policing and courts in Ferguson, a group of protesters pressed for similar reforms in a nearby St. Louis suburb. Keying on a Justice Department report Wednesday that found Ferguson's justice system unfairly treated backs, 19 protesters insisted the same was true in largely black, 3,200-resident Pine Lawn

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Former St. Clair County Sheriff Pleads Guilty To Stealing Property

ST. CLAIR, Mo. (AP) — A former Missouri county sheriff pleaded guilty to stealing property that had been recovered in criminal cases. Federal prosecutors say 47-year-old Ronald Snodgrass of El Dorado, Missouri, pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to theft from programs receiving federal funds

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Jefferson County Man Awarded $900,000 From Medical Lawsuit

CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — A Jefferson County man has been awarded nearly $900,000 after developing a bedsore while being treated at St. Anthony's Medical Center in St. Louis County. A judge awarded $883,000 to 65-year-old William Dieser of Hillsboro

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Kansas Man Faces Voluntary Manslaughter Charges For A Death In St. Joseph

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — A northeastern Kansas man is charged in Missouri in the beating death of a man whose body was found below a cliff. Fifty-year-old Timothy Osborne of Atchison, Kansas, faces voluntary manslaughter in the April 2014 death of William Howard Paige Jr

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