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Missouri Supreme Court Upholds HIV-Risk Law

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a woman who did not tell her sexual partner that she was HIV-positive.

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Kurt Parsons

Missouri Democrats Continue Stalling Senate

Missouri Democrats are continuing to slow down the Senate after Republicans passed a measure creating protections for some people who have religious objections to gay marriage.

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Gov. Jay Nixon

Missouri Governor Announces Trade Trip to Israel

Gov. Jay Nixon says he will lead a trade delegation to Israel next week.

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WireCo Closing Most of its Operations in St. Joseph

A company that was once one of St. Joseph's largest employers is closing most of its manufacturing operations and will eliminate all but 14 jobs.

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Police: Suspect Blames ‘Bad Dope’ for Fatal Shooting

Poplar Bluff police say a man accused in a fatal shooting blames what he calls "bad dope" for the crime.

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Kurt Parsons

Missouri Lawmakers Consider Police Bias, Body Camera Bills

Missouri lawmakers are grappling with how to address questions of racial bias in policing and how to manage body camera footage.

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Former Christian County Sheriff Sentenced to Federal Prison

A former southwest Missouri sheriff has been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison for embezzling public funds and participating in a money laundering scheme involving a political supporter.

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Funny News Headlines From Across Missouri

We all love weird, funny and bizarre news stories, don't we? For many of us, those are the stories that make the news worth reading! Here are some crazy headlines from around Missouri.

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The Oldest Restaurants by State

Here's something I've never really thought about, but it's pretty neat. ThrillList.com has done a bunch of research and tracked down the oldest continuously operating restaurants for each state, and Washington D.C. 

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Missouri House Votes Unanimously to New Tuition Cap for Vets

House members have voted unanimously to make changes to the Missouri Returning Heroes' Education Act to cap tuition for veterans who enlisted after Sept. 11, 2001, at $50 per credit hour.

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