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McCaskill, Blunt take opposing stances on taxes

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — Missouri’s two U.S. senators are taking opposite positions on whether to raise taxes on the wealthy as part of a solution to the so-called fiscal…

Cassel to start at QB for Chiefs vs Bengals

By DAVE SKRETTA (KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — Matt Cassel is getting another start at quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. Brady Quinn still has not been cleared to participate…

Change of venue sought in Whitworth case

By ANDY LYONS (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) – The two defendants in the case of a local bar owner who was shot and killed in his driveway will have a new…

Missouri youth museum wins national medal

Missouri youth museum wins national medal

(WASHINGTON, AP) — Ten libraries and museums across the country are being honored at the White House for contributions they have made to their communities. They will receive the 2012…

Foreign students at Mo. colleges top 16,000

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — The number of foreign students enrolled at Missouri colleges and universities has topped 16,000. An annual report by the Institution of International Education says Missouri’s…

More than 10,000 visit new casino in first 2 days

(CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., AP) — A new casino in southeast Missouri appears to be a good bet early in its operation. The Missouri Gaming Commission said Tuesday that 10,700 people…

Report: Science reduced in Kan. elementary schools

(TOPEKA, Kan., AP) — A new report says elementary schools in Kansas and surrounding states have reduced, or even eliminated, science education in recent years to emphasize reading and math.…

Deer crashes through 2 windows at medical building

(HANNIBAL, Mo., AP) — A medical building at Hannibal Regional Hospital in northeast Missouri is fully operational even after a deer slammed through two windows. The Hannibal Courier-Post (http://bit.ly/RXnTn5 )…

Conviction tossed, 30-year inmate nears freedom

By ALAN SCHER ZAGIER (JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — A 56-year-old, partially blind schizophrenic man who has been imprisoned for three decades could be freed in a hearing Wednesday, after…

Governors call for renewing wind energy tax credit

By JEFF BARNARD and NICHOLAS RICCARDI The fate of a tax credit that advocates say is needed to maintain tens of thousands of wind energy jobs will be decided during…

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