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UCM Mules Fall In Overtime

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The 17th-ranked Mules led by as many as 16, but couldn't hold off an Emporia State rally and ultimately fell in overtime, 84-78, on Saturday afternoon at the UCM Multipurpose Building. The Mules led b

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Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander Announces Ethics, Lobbying and Campaign Finance Reform Legislation

Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander today announced legislation to overhaul Missouri’s worst-in-the-nation ethics, lobbying and campaign finance laws. The comprehensive approach is contained in a series of bills filed on Kander’s behalf by Representatives Kevin McManus (D-Kansas City), Randy Dunn (D-Kansas City), Tracy McCreery (D-Olivette) and Jon Carpenter (D-Gladstone).

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January is National Radon Action Month

 

National Radon Action Month is Janruary, occuring every year.  Radon gas is becoming more of a widespread problem in the United States. In the U.S., one in fifteen homes are affected by elevated radon levels. Radon cannot be seen, it has no scent, and is colorless. Radon invades homes and buildings through fo

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Alternative Methods Portion of Deer Hunting Season Results Released

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports that hunters harvested 11,025 deer during the Alternative Methods portion of the 2014 deer hunting season, which ran Dec. 20-30. Top harv

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MU Pettis County Extension Council Voting Is Open Until January 15

The MU Pettis County Extension Council election will run from January 2 until January 15.  The Pettis County Extension Council is comprised of elected and appointed citizens of Pettis County who guide local MU Extension educational programming

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DWI Goggles
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High student Annie Guiertries to find her way across the room while wearing goggles that simulate vision impairment caused by alcohol or drug use Dec. 18 in Amy Miller's health class. The exercise provided students with a safe way to see how drugs and alcohol cause disorientation.

Smith-Cotton High School Students See DWI Program

With the help of some specially-made goggles, students in teacher Amy Miller’s health classes at Smith-Cotton High School got to see how alcohol or drugs can leave a person disoriented. The goggles simulate the vision and orientation impairments caused by differing levels of drugs and alcohol

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Team SCREAM
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Team SCREAM members, from left, Drew Patrick, Luis Vasquez, Austin Wood, David Wester and Zach Sutherland examine a diagram of the playing field for the 2015 FIRST Robotics competition, "Recycle Rush," Saturday morning at Smith-Cotton High School. Saturday kicked off the six-week build season for the annual international high school robotics competition.

Team SCREAM Prepares For Robotics Competition Season

A different year, a different game, different strategy – about the only thing that will be the same for Team SCREAM as it heads into the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition season is its quest to return to the world championships for a third consecutive year

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Mizzou Wins Citrus Bowl
Mizzou head coach Gary Pinkel gets a Gatorade bath after winning his third consecutive post-season bowl game. Photo by Shane Epping of Mizzou News.

Mizzou Tigers Win Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl

ORLANDO - Markus Golden earned MVP honors, and the tandem of Marcus Murphy and Russell Hansbroughhelped the Tigers to an impressive 337 on the ground, as No. 16 Missouri won its second-straight January bowl with a 33-17 win over No. 20

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Governor Jay Nixon Pardons Nine Non-Violent Offenders

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he has granted pardons to eight men and one woman convicted of non-violent offenses. Each of the individuals has completed his or her sentence and has become a law-abiding citizen.

“The execu

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Missouri Parks Prepare For Guided Hikes On January 1, 2015

More than 40 free, guided hikes will take place on trails in Missouri state parks and historic sites throughout the state on Jan. 1.  The effort is a part of America’s State Parks First Day Hikes, which gives guests the opportunity to start the year of right with a healthy hike

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