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Webster University To Make Cuts

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Webster University plans to close three campuses this year in an effort to improve the organization's finances. Webster spokeswoman Barbara O'Malley wouldn't say which campuses will close because employees have not been notified

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Monsanto To Pay $2.4 million Settlement

 

 

St. Louis (AP)-Monsanto says it will pay $2.4 million to settle a dispute with farmers in the Pacific Northwest over genetically modified wheat. The discovery of the genetically modified wheat in Oregon in 2013 prompted Japan and South Korea to temporarily suspend some wheat orders, and the European Union called for more rigorous testing of U.S. shipme

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2014 Sedalia Veteran’s Day Parade [PHOTOS]

The 40 & 8 and Smith-Cotton JROTC program capped off Veteran's Day with a parade in Downtown Sedalia. Hundreds turned out to show support in making what may have been one of the longest parades in recent history for Veteran's Day.

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World’s Fastest Soda Machine Will Leave You Thirsty for More

It looks like this soda machine is hopped up on caffeine.

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Tom Pennington, Getty Images

Two California Women Have Already Lined Up for Best Buy’s Thanksgiving Day Sale

If you take a quick look at the calendar, you'll notice that Thanksgiving is still over two weeks away, yet that hasn't stopped two California women from lining up for Best Buy's Thanksgiving Day sale.

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Smitten Man Buys 99 iPhones to Propose, Gets Shot Down

She may be the Apple of his eye, but she thinks he's rotten to the core.

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You’ll Never Feel the Same About Staying in a Hotel After Seeing This

Remember this the next time you check in at a hotel.

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Missouri Public Service Commission Begins Hearings on High-Voltage power Lines

 

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's Public Service Commission will begin hearings

Monday on a request by Clean Line Energy Partners to build a high-voltage power line across the state from St. Jos

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Columbia Public Housing Officials Looking To Ban Smoking

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Public housing officials in Columbia are the latest in the county to announce plans to ban smoking. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that the new rule was approved last month and takes effect May 1st

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$202.6 Million Powerball Sold in St. Louis

The winning $202.6 million Powerball ticket from the Nov. 8 drawing was sold at Gateway Newstand, 1820 Market St., in St. Louis.

“This location will receive a $50,000 bonus for selling the jackpot ticket,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery

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