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NFL adds new post-career training programs

(NEW YORK, AP) — NFL players can attend training sessions on culinary management, restaurant franchising, social entrepreneurship and sports communications this offseason. The league is adding four programs to its…

Sporting KC adds Argentine forward Bieler

(KANSAS CITY, Kan., AP) — Sporting Kansas City has introduced Argentine forward Claudio Bieler as a designated player, adding a talented goal-scorer from Ecuador’s Serie A to its roster. The…

OSHA cites postal service in Mo. carrier’s death

(INDEPENDENCE, Mo., AP) — Federal regulators have proposed a $70,000 fine against the U.S. Postal Service in the death of a mail carrier who had complained about feeling ill from…

Autopsy doesn’t reveal cause of death of Mo. teen

(BUFFALO, Mo., AP) — The cause of death for a southwest Missouri teenager whose body was found weighted down in a lake is still a mystery. Benton County Coroner Jim…

Mo. professor pleads not guilty to casino cheating

(CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., AP) — A Southeast Missouri State University professor pleaded not guilty to charges that he cheated at Cape Girardeau’s casino. Sixty-six-year-old Roger C. Arpin, a longtime literature…

Releases into Missouri River will be increased

(OMAHA, Neb., AP) — The amount of water flowing into the lower Missouri River will be increased this week because of concerns about colder temperatures, but the increase isn’t likely…

Continued growth forecast for Missouri revenues

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — A Missouri lawmaker says budget officials are forecasting continued growth in state revenues for the next fiscal year. State Rep. Tom Flanigan said Tuesday that…

Too big to jail? Execs avoid laundering charges

By CHRISTINA REXRODE and LARRY NEUMEISTER (NEW YORK, AP) — When the Justice Department announced its record $1.9 billion settlement against British bank HSBC last week, prosecutors called it a…

Missouri monks’ fruitcakes support solitary living

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Missouri monks’ fruitcakes support solitary living

(AVA, Mo., AP) — Once the bane of pot-luck parties, the fruitcake has been turned into a sought-after treat by Trappist monks secluded in the Missouri Ozarks who some say…

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