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Keith Schafer
Keith Schafer (Courtesy of Missouri Department of Mental Health)

Missouri Department of Mental Health Director Set To Retire

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Department of Mental Health Director Keith Schafer is retiring after nearly three decades in the field. Schafer announced his retirement yesterday, effective near the end of June

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St. Louis Family Prepares For Funeral For Six-Year-Old Son That Was Shot

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Six-year-old Marcus Johnson Jr.'s family will bury him Thursday in St. Louis after he was killed last week in an attack his parents say stemmed from a traffic dispute. The kindergartner visited O'Fallon Park with his parents, four siblings, and other friends and family members while recovering from heart surgery one week earlier and after a doctor's visit that same day

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Tax Aide
Missourians looking for a way to help out this tax season can volunteer their time and services as greeters, tax preparers, or translators for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. Photo credit: R. Benter.

Missouri Senate Sign-Off On Amnesty Bill For Delinquent Taxpayers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Members of a Missouri Senate panel have signed-off on a bill granting amnesty to some delinquent taxpayers. But there's a catch. The bill approved by the Appropriations Committee on Wednesday was amended to allow that money only to be used for adult dental care for Medicaid recipients and to increase the reimbursement rate for Medicaid providers next fiscal year

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City
Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Senate Committee Votes On Student Transfer Law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A House bill aimed at addressing issues with Missouri's student transfer law is moving forward. The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday voted 7-0 to support the measure, with one senator voting as present

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Liberty Middle School Principal Resigns After Bullying Incident

LIBERTY, Mo. (AP) — The principal of a Kansas City-area middle school has resigned nearly a month after a student with Asperger's syndrome was seriously hurt in a bullying incident. The Liberty Board of Education this week accepted Liberty Middle School Principal Dan Weakley's resignation

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Jackson County Man Accused Of Pointing Gun At Officer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Jackson County prosecutor says a 28-year-old man pointed a gun at a Kansas City police officer before the officer shot him earlier this week. Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced yesterday that Darnell Walker is charged with assault of a law enforcement officer and armed criminal action

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Brian Jackson

Government Employee Suspended From Job For Ferguson Remarks

UPLANDS PARK, Mo. (AP) — A local government employee who blamed police for the shooting of two officers in Ferguson has been suspended from his job and could face further punishment. The village of Uplands Park suspended clerk John Muhammad after he said in a TV interview that the March 12 shooting was a "setup between members of the police fraternity

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Eric Greitens
Eric Greitens (Courtesy of Navyseals.com)

Possible Missouri Governor Candidate Making Tour of State

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A potential Republican candidate for governor in 2016 is making the rounds in Missouri. Eric Greitens shook hands and visited state lawmakers in the Capitol before meeting with the Missouri Farm Bureau later that day

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Cecil Clayton
(Courtesy of Missouri Department of Corrections)

Missouri’s Oldest Death Row Inmate Put To Death

BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's oldest death row inmate has been put to death for the 1996 killing of a sheriff's deputy. Cecil Clayton's execution Tuesday came after the U.S. Supreme Court and the governor declined to spare the 74-year-old, who was missing part of his brain from a 1970s sawmill accident

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