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Senator McCaskill Introduces Automotive & Highway Safety Bill

WASHINGTON – New highway safety legislation introduced by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, is aimed at keeping American travelers safe on the road and holding accountable companies who ignore or violate safety laws.
 
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Jessica Pyle
Jessica Pyle named interim executive director of Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri

Jessica Pyle Named Interim Executive Director of Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri

The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Board of Directors has announced Club Comptroller Jessica Pyle will act as interim executive director until a new director is hired.

Pyle replaces Harper Mruk, who offered her resignation at the beginning of July due to family circumstances. Co

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Jason Kander
Missouri Secretary of State,Jason Kander, has been popping in at local libraries to read to children as part of the "Racing to Read" program, made possible through grants from his office. Photo courtesy of L. Swinford

Missouri Secretary of State, Jason Kander, Reads At Summer Programs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Thousands of Missouri children and their caregivers are kicking their reading skills into high gear this summer, with grants from the state to enrich early literacy programs at local libraries

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UCM Athletic Auction (Photo Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

UCM Prepares For 14th Annual Celebrating Central Missouri Athletic Auction

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- For the 14th consecutive year, University of Central Missouri Athletics will host "Celebrating Central Missouri Athletics", a combination auction/dinner to kick off a new season and raise funds in support of UCM's 17 intercollegiate athletic programs. The event will

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Do You Know Your Sodium Levels?

ST. LOUIS - Even if you've put down the saltshaker, there's a good chance you're still getting too much sodium in your diet, which could be putting you at risk for serious health issues.

Registered dietician Lori Jones says many Missourians have done a good job cutting back on salt in foods they prepare at home

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State Fair Equine Competitions start this Thursday

(SEDALIA, Mo.) – The Missouri State Fair 4-H and FFA Horse Show begins this Thursday, July 24, followed by the prestigious Society Horse Show Tuesday, July 29. Both events are part of the 2014 State Fair competition schedule and are open to the public at no charge.

"Horse shows are an impressiv

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Former St. Clair Sheriff Indicted For Stealing Recovered Property

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that the former sheriff of St. Clair County, Mo., was indicted by a federal grand jury today for stealing property recovered in criminal cases and for selling a stolen firearm

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Flooding
AmeriCorps volunteers helped construct a sandbag wall to protect Clarksville's historic downtown, but they say more needs to be done to find a long-term solution to flooding in this Mississippi River community. Photo credit: Clare Holdinghaus.

Volunteerism Up, Flood Waters Down

CLARKSVILLE, Mo. - A municipal decision put one historic Missouri city in danger as the Mississippi River began to rise. While volunteers stepped in to save the town, they say a permanent solution is needed to keep Clarksville's history from washing away

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Tree Damage
"Courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation"

Missouri Department of Conservation Advises You To Prune Storm Damaged Trees

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The recent storm that swept through Columbia and the surrounding area left many trees in need of a little after-storm care. Trees that lost limbs may threaten the safety of homeowners, are at risk for decline, or even death.

The Missouri

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon (courtesy of governor.mo.gov)

Governor Jay Nixon Signs Legislation To Protect Children

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Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Greene County to sign legislation to help protect the health and safety of Missouri’s children, including strengthening child care in the state by implementing a new set of quality indicators for child care providers. T

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