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Memorial Day at Jefferson Barracks

Monday, 27 May 2013 09:55 Published in Local News

On this Memorial Day, we are reminded that St. Louis County is running out of room for grave sites at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Officials say the nation's fifth largest cemetery will run out of space for veterans and their spouses by 2025. St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley has expressed support for handing over Sylvan Springs Park to the federal government as part of an expansion. The addition would add about 70 acres to the existing cemetery.  

Analysis: Mo. lawmakers giving up some authority

Monday, 27 May 2013 06:45 Published in Local News

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Lawmakers criticized Democratic Governor Jay Nixon's administration this year for not keeping them in the loop when it came to buying a new airplane and setting new policies for drivers' licenses. But that didn't stop the Republican-led Legislature from passing measures that would give the other branches of government power that it once held.

 

   One change would allow Missouri judges to redraw the state's trial court boundaries. Another would let a commission whose members are appointed by the governor change fees paid by businesses to discharge wastewater into rivers and streams.

 

   But the Senate's top Republican says nothing is wrong with giving state departments some flexibility because the Legislature only meets for five months every year.

 

School bus overturns on I-55

Friday, 24 May 2013 09:31 Published in Local News

Six people are hurt after an accident involving a school bus on I-55. It happened in the southbound lanes of I-55 just past 7th Street shortly before 9 am. The school bus was turned on its side and another vehicle was flipped upside-down. Three children and two adults on the bus sustained non life-threatening injuries. One adult in the other vehicle was also hurt. Traffic was backed up for more than a mile on I-55.  

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