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

A+ Scholarship Program Changes Heads To Governor Jay Nixon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A measure that would block immigrants who are illegally in the U.S. from receiving money under Missouri's A+ scholarship program is headed to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk. Supporters say the bill is meant to limit the number of people receiving scholarships in order to preserve them for Missouri residents

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UCM Update

The University of Central Missouri invites the campus and local community to attend the annual Pre-Memorial Day Ceremony at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 20 on the east side lawn of the Alumni Memorial Chapel

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

Student Transfer System Plan Moves To Governor Jay Nixon

UNDATED (AP) — A plan to fix Missouri's flawed student transfer system will head to Governor Jay Nixon. The current transfer law requires struggling districts to pay tuition for students to switch to better-performing schools and has caused a financial hardship for some

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‘If Waiters Were Honest’ Will Make You Wish You Stayed Home

If you've ever wondered what waiters are really thinking when they're waiting on you, wonder no more.

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St. Joseph Police Investigate Two Deaths In A Home

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — St. Joseph police are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in a home after neighbors got curious about why the couple's van hadn't moved in a while. Officers found what is believed to be the bodies of two elderly residents

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
Sedalia Police received a call from the Jackson County Children's Division on Monday (May 4)

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UCM Update

An annual celebration that is taking on a new look to accommodate growth in graduate numbers, the University of Central Missouri will conduct its 2015 Spring Commencement exercises the weekend of May 8-9 by increasing the number of ceremonies from three to five

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Missouri State Pen (Courtesy of Missouri State Pen Tours)

Missouri Advisory Council On Historic Preservation Considers Nominations For National Register of Historic Places

The Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation will consider nominations to the National Register of Historic Places during its quarterly meeting on May 15 in Joplin. The meeting, which is open to the public, will begin at 9 a

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PHOTO: The push is on to ensure that the largest buildings in the state are monitoring their energy usage, which advocates say will save money, create jobs and help clear the air by reducing coal use. Photo credit: SDRandCO/morguefile.
PHOTO: The push is on to ensure that the largest buildings in the state are monitoring their energy usage, which advocates say will save money, create jobs and help clear the air by reducing coal use. Photo credit: SDRandCO/morguefile.

Improving Energy Efficiency in MO: Benchmarking Gains Traction

by Mona Shand

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Most people wouldn't buy a car without looking at the miles-per-gallon rating and environmental advocates think it's just as important to know the energy performance of Missouri's largest buildings.

The push is

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PHOTO: Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, and preventive the disease by using sunscreen and other sun safety measures is the goal of a national campaign today. Photo courtesy of National Cancer Institute/Wikimedia Commons.

Preventing Melanoma: Sun Safety Can Be A Lifesaver

By Mona Shand: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - It's Melanoma Monday in Missouri and across the nation, a day centered on the early detection and prevention of a disease that kills thousands of Americans each year

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