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Fulton man arrested on drug charge

A 26-year-old Fulton man was arrested on a drug charge after his home was searched Monday night by authorities.

School board to discuss evaluation format

Fulton Public School District 58 on Thursday will be holding an open public session of the Board of Education Superintendent Evaluation Committee.

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Air Force attorney to speak on lessons of 9/11

The former top ranking attorney for the U.S. Air Force will speak on national security issues at noon today in the Hermann Lounge on the Fulton campus of Westminster College.

Sinquefields give $2M to University of Missouri music effort

Conservative donor Rex Sinquefield and his wife have donated $2 million to the University of Missouri to support a music initiative.

Missouri lawmakers debate restricting abortion methods

Missouri lawmakers are debating whether to criminalize a common second-trimester abortion method.

Missouri official signs $750M export agreement with Colombia

Missouri's economic development director has signed a $750 million export agreement with the country of Colombia.

Williamsburg man sentenced for illegal firearm

A Williamsburg man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for illegally possessing a firearm.

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Work with smaller counties sets her apart from challengers, Hensley says

Teresa Hensley, Democratic candidate for Missouri attorney general, spoke Monday night to the Callaway Democratic Club at the Callaway Electric Cooperative.

Missouri bill aims to block censorship of student journalists

Student reporters in Missouri are treated as second-class journalists, according to some who offered testimony Monday to a House committee about a bill that would prevent schools from censoring student-produced media.

Columbia lawmaker’s bill seeks student debt relief

State Rep. Kip Kendrick, D-Columbia, is on a mission: to shatter student debt.

Photo voter ID arguments renewed

In August 2010, current Missouri House Majority Whip John J. Rizzo, D-Kansas City, won his primary election by one vote.

University of Missouri System's credit outlook is lowered

A leading bond-rating company is downgrading the outlook of the University of Missouri System's credit rating.

Missouri lawmakers eye universities' living requirements

Missouri lawmakers have turned their scrutiny of public universities toward mandatory student fees and services.

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Midwest March for Life draws hundreds

Knights of Columbus share in pro-life cause

Leading a procession more than three blocks long through Jefferson City’s downtown sidewalks Saturday morning were the uniformed Knights of Columbus.

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Panelists: Human error is cause of public’s nuclear energy fear

New regulations to require backup safety measures at U.S. nuclear reactors

Panelists argued human error is the reason behind the public’s fear of nuclear energy Friday during the Promise and Perils of Nuclear Energy workshop at the Callaway Energy Center.