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Mid-Missouri Artists accept entries to Spring Fine Arts Show

The Mid-Missouri Artists group is accepting photography and other artwork for entry into the Mid-Missouri Artists 35th Spring Fine Arts Show. The show is scheduled for 1-4 p.m. Saturday, May 2,…

Liberty school principal resigns after bullying case

(LIBERTY, Mo., AP) — The principal of a suburban Kansas City middle school has resigned nearly a month after a student with Asperger’s syndrome was seriously hurt in a bullying…

Suspect killed in Joplin home invasion

(JOPLIN, Mo., AP) — Joplin police say a fatal shooting during a home invasion was self-defense. Police say 32-year-old Michael Dean, of rural Joplin, died early Monday at a house…

First direct flights between New York and Cuba taking off

(NEW YORK, AP) — The first direct charter flights between New York City and Cuba are now taking off. Cuba Travel Services has started offering a weekly Tuesday charter between…

Bridge crack closes I-70 lane in Missouri near Boonville

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — Missouri’s transportation director says a lane closure on an Interstate 70 bridge is one symptom of problems arising from a funding shortfall. One westbound lane…

Man, 2 children found dead after 24-hour Missouri standoff

(SPRINGFIELD, Mo., AP) — Officers found a man and his two young children dead in an apartment in southwestern Missouri after a standoff that had lasted nearly 24 hours, police…

Missouri Senate passes medical malpractice lawsuit limits

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — Missouri could reinstate caps overturned by the state Supreme Court three years ago after senators passed a compromise to limit non-economic damages in medical malpractice…

Missouri utility will modify policies after restaurant blast

By MARIE FRENCH (JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — Missouri Gas Energy has settled a complaint alleging it failed to take adequate measures to ensure safety in a fatal 2013 blast…

Missouri House grants initial approval to $26 billion budget

By SUMMER BALLENTINE (JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — House members on Tuesday gave initial approval to a package of bills authorizing a more than $26 billion budget for the state…

Ferguson manager is 5th out after DOJ report alleging bias

By JIM SALTER (FERGUSON, Mo., AP) — Five people in Ferguson have been fired or resigned under pressure in the week since the release of a Justice Department report alleging…