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Missouri Lawmakers Consider Virtual School Options

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers this week are expected to consider a measure to give students more options to attend virtual schools for free. A Senate panel last week approved a bill that would allow students in failing districts and surrounding schools to attend online schools

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Lawmakers Pushing Ahead With Sales Tax Exemptions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Republican lawmakers are pushing ahead with sales tax exemptions and a requirement that businesses be notified when the application of the tax code changes. Democratic Governor Jay Nixon vetoed several tax-related bills last year and the Legislature did not override them

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Woman Pleads Guilty To Operating Brothel and Strip Club In Home

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A woman who pleaded guilty to operating an underground brothel and strip club in her home has been sentenced to four years in prison. Police say Carmen Fluker used her one-story brick home to host nude dancers and sell liquor

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Southeast Missouri State University Narrows Search For Next College President

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Officials at Southeast Missouri State University have narrowed the search for the school's next president to four names. President Kenneth Dobbins' last day will be June 30th

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Senate Approves Bill To Allow Venues To Stock Allergic Reaction Medication

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Senate has approved a bill to allow restaurants, sports arenas and other organizations to stock medication for allergic reactions. Senators unanimously voted in favor of the measure yesterday

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St. Louis Ranks In Top Best Places For Singles

ST. LOUIS (AP) — With Valentine's Day approaching, St. Louis is on the short list of best places for singles, according to one new survey. The Post-Dispatch reports that the online real estate database Zillow ranked St

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