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‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Suspect Booked into Florida Jail

The surviving suspect in a multistate crime spree has been booked into a Florida jail.

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Search For Missouri Suspects Ends in Shootout

A sheriff's sergeant in the Florida Panhandle says the search for a Missouri couple suspected in a series of robberies and abductions in Alabama and Georgia ended in a shootout that killed the man and left the woman wounded.

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Missouri Senate Committee Considers Deadly Force Bills to Update Law

A state Senate committee is considering three bills that would update Missouri's deadly force laws.

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Missouri Representative Proposes Birth Control From Pharmacists

A Republican lawmaker wants to make it easier for Missouri women to get birth control.

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Missouri Lawmakers Debate Restricting Abortion Methods

Missouri lawmakers are debating whether to criminalize a common second-trimester abortion method.

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Captured Hotel Clerk Shares Glimpse of Captors’ Life on Run

An Alabama hotel clerk abducted at gunpoint says his captors shared glimpses of their life on the run, telling him they hope to make it to Florida to get married and start a new life together.

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Police: Cape Girardeau Man Imprisons, Beats Woman for Six Days

Police say a homeless Cape Girardeau man held his girlfriend in a house for six days and assaulted her.

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University of Missouri U. Missouri Campus Back To Work One Day After President And Chancellor Resign Resigns As Protests Grow over Racism
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Missouri Bill Would Block Censorship of Student Reporters

A lawmaker says his bill to limit censorship was spurred by a confrontation in November between a University of Missouri staffer and a student videographer during campus protests.

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Welfare Verification Requirement Gains Momentum in Missouri

Missouri lawmakers who want a private firm to scrutinize the state's welfare rolls say it could save money by ending benefits for people who aren't actually eligible.

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Defense Set to Begin Arguments In Sandusky Trial
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Missouri Hearing in Double Killing to Get Underway

A man already serving life sentences for six killings in Illinois is set to make his case for moving his Missouri double slaying trial.

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