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Push to name new Missouri dorm for Bluford stalls

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 05:57:09 GMT

A dormitory association at the University of Missouri is pushing that a new residence hall on campus be named after a prominent late black journalist once denied admission there. The campus Residence Halls Association has included Lucile Bluford's name among a list of potential ones for the 279-student dorm.

Top St. Louis recruits speak with Frank Cusumano about Missouri recruitment

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 01:14:15 GMT

About a month ago, we checked in on Missouri's recruitment of the top ten recruits in the state . Of that ten, seven are from the St. Louis area, only Christian Brothers' WR Kamryn Babb did not appear for this group interview.

Prospects dimming for LGBT rights in Missouri this session

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 22:48:33 GMT

It's legal now in Missouri to fire someone or evict them from an apartment if they are gay, and efforts by some state lawmakers to outlaw such discrimination are dwindling as the session nears a close. The Kansas City Star reported that the Missouri House Judiciary Committee debated adding sexual orientation and gender identity as protected statuses under the Missouri Human Rights Act.

Prospects dimming for LGBT rights in Missouri this session

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 22:48:32 GMT

It's legal now in Missouri to fire someone or evict them from an apartment if they are gay, and efforts by some state lawmakers to outlaw such discrimination are dwindling as the session nears a close. Two gay Kansas City Democrats , state Reps.

Perspective: Easter break provided time with family, constituents

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 20:31:22 GMT

The district work period has come to an end, and Easter is now behind us. I hope everyone had a safe and blessed holiday.

Catholics need not apply: Bigotry on trial

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 15:51:49 GMT

A case about a Missouri school playground could reshape education funding policy in New Hampshire, and across the country.

Why My Coal Mining Grandfather's Deathbed Advice Applies To Minority Americans

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 10:59:08 GMT

Left to right: George Fermon , Benjamin F. Fermon , Jessie Fermon , Benjamin "Bizzy" Fermon , Harold Fermon, , Jessie Amy Anderson Fermon , Frances Fermon, Gladys Fermon My grandfather worked in coal and copper mines for 26 years doing back-breaking, dirty work that allowed him to support a family of nine children, purchase several acres of land, and become a community leader. Eventually, all those years in the Union Pacific mines affected his health.

DWI checkpoints up for debate in Missouri House

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 06:11:38 GMT

St. Louis, MO. Missouri legislators are considering whether to include DWI checkpoints in the 2018 budget.

Missouri Governor participates in 5th Annual SWAT Challenge honoring fallen deputy

Sun, 23 Apr 2017 01:29:33 GMT

The SWAT Challenge is dedicated to Deputy Chris Parsons, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on December 15, 2012 as a member of the Washington County Sheriff's Department. Deputy Parsons started his career at the Fredericktown Police Department where he was hired straight out of the Police Academy.

Wonder Boys remain 2nd in Central Region Rankings

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 23:07:38 GMT

Coming off a victory at the Natural State Classic earlier this week, the Arkansas Tech men's golf team held on to the No. 2 spot in the final NCAA Division II Central Region Rankings before the Great American Conference Championships next week.

Right to work marks new Missouri governor's first 100 days

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 18:27:03 GMT

Missouri's new Republican Gov. Eric Greitens in his first 100 days in office has made good on a top campaign promise to sign a right-to-work law, although another pledge to strengthen ethics laws remains unfulfilled. Progress has been made to advance two top priorities outlined in Greitens ' campaign and State of the State address - economic development and supporting law enforcement.

DeVos Meets With A Key Union Leader; The Supreme Court Hears A Voucher-Related Case

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 13:38:58 GMT

The Supreme Court heard a case this week that could have huge implications for school voucher programs. In the case, Trinity Lutheran Church v.

Gressley Selected as Featured Artist for MMA Spring Show

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 08:56:37 GMT

Mid-Missouri Artists, Inc. 37th annual Spring Fine Arts Show will be hosted fro 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 6, and from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 7, in the Warrensburg Community Center's Gymnasium, 445 E. Gay St. Music will be provided Saturday afternoon by the Recorder Consort and Sunday afternoon by the New Century Dulcimer Ensemble. The featured artist for the 37th show is Madge Gressley, of Sedalia, a long-time MMA member and both artist and author.

Mark Ronchettia s 2017 Draft Predictions

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 04:16:48 GMT

The 2017 NFL draft will present an interesting decision for the Cowboys. They clearly need help on defense.

Missouri's Jewish Governor At Center Of High Stakes Church-State Case

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 23:29:00 GMT

A case case before the Supreme Court could mark a major milestone in defining the boundaries of church and state separation, but it also might end with a whimper - and the actions of Eric Greitens, Missouri's new Jewish Republican governor, could make the difference. The debate started with a 2012 request by the Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia for a state grant to pay for paving of its playground with a surface made of used tires.

department of health and human services

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 18:38:28 GMT

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price turned the spotlight on the opioid crisis as he announced HHS would distribute grants totaling $485 million to all 50 states to combat opioid addiction. Government agencies and public health organizations are working to develop new tools to share pertinent health care data among providers and, in some cases, to predict the path of a user about to return to a life of opioid abuse.

EPA Administrator visits mid-Missouri power plant

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 13:25:43 GMT

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt toured the Thomas Hill Energy Center in Clifton Hills, Missouri. That's west of Moberly and about an hour north of Columbia.