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Centene Hires Former MO Attorney General Chris Koster

St. Louis, MO (KTRS) – Former Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has a new job at Centene Corp. On Monday, the Clayton-based company announc...
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UPS Drivers In Missouri Honored For Safe Driving

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  More than two dozen UPS drivers in Missouri are being recognized for safe driving. On Monday, UPS announced that 35 elite dr...
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Permit interest drops after passage of Missouri gun law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Applications for concealed carry permits in Missouri are dropping after passage last year of a law making them unnece...
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SIU-Carbondale narrows chancellor search to 7 semifinalists

CARBONDALE, Ill. (AP) – Seven semifinalists are in the running to be the next chancellor of Southern Illinois University’s Carbondale camp...
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New Missouri Gov. Eric Grietens grants few interviews

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri (AP) – Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has started complaining about the coverage his administration receives, but the Repu...
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GOP rips Illinois comptroller for buying used $32K SUV

CHICAGO (AP) – Illinois Republicans are criticizing Democratic Comptroller Susana Mendoza for spending $32,000 on a used SUV for her office when...
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Missing Baby Found, Search Continues For Father

( KTRS )  A missing 9 month old baby boy has been returned safely, but police are still looking for the father. An Amber Alert for Brian Scott Pullen...
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Former House Republican Leader Bob Michel Passes Away At The Age Of 93

WASHINGTON (AP) – Former House Republican leader Bob Michel has died. A former aide reports that Michel passed away Friday morning at the age of...
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Fire Destroys Main Building Of Bogey Hills Country Club

St. Charles County, MO  (KTRS)   A three-alarm fire is to blame for destroying the main building of the Bogey Hills Country Club in St. Charles Coun...
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Missouri lawmakers push public construction restrictions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri lawmakers are moving forward with proposals to end union-only contracts in public construction. Both the Hou...