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Teacher raises more than $150,000 to feed Ferguson students

Ferguson - The turmoil in Ferguson has forced schools in the local school district to stay closed until August 25, and this means that low-income students who rely on reduced-price or free lunches may not be getting the food that they need.

St. Louis police allegedly shoot another African American suspect

St Louis - A cell phone video has emerged showing St. Louis police allegedly shooting an African American male in broad daylight after he stole two sodas from a local store.

Missouri governor summons National Guard to Ferguson

Ferguson - Missouri National Guard officers were called in Monday to help the state highway patrol restore order in Ferguson, the St. Louis suburb wracked by nightly protests since an unarmed black teen was killed by police more than a week ago.

Livestream video captured Sunday's Ferguson protests

Ferguson - On Sunday night, Vice journalist Tim Pool is livestreamed video of the chaos in Ferguson, MO, minutes before the curfew descends on the embattled neighbourhood. Seven people have been arrested and one man has been reportedly shot.

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey marches in Ferguson protests

Ferguson - Jack Dorsey, the co-founder and the first person to send out a tweet from Twitter, has been using Twitter to provide updates live from the ground at the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

Cops say slain Missouri teen robbed convenience store

Ferguson - Police in Ferguson, Mo., now allege that an African American teen shot and killed by an officer on Aug. 9, sparking days of civil unrest, was involved in a robbery of a convenience store 15 minutes earlier.

Missouri man executed for murder, rape of college student in 1995

Bonne Terre - A 43-year-old Missouri man convicted of raping and strangling a college student in 1995 was executed August 6 as his family members and those of his victim watched.

Missouri Governor doesn't want teachers packing heat

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon recently vetoed legislation that would have allowed teachers and other school staff members to carry firearms on campus.

Congressmen who voted for NDAA detention face voters on Aug. 5th

A round of primary elections is scheduled to take place on August 5th in the states of Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, and Washington.

Bride-to-be killed on her way to her bachelorette party

Kansas City - Revelers became mourners when a woman’s life was cut tragically short in a vehicle en route to her own bachelorette party.

Op-Ed: Same-sex marriage spreading like wildfire

Boulder - A leftist Colorado county this week began issuing same-sex marriage licenses. They don’t call it the People’s Republic of Boulder for nothing.

Kenny Rogers to visit Children's Center and host benefit concert

Sikeston - Country Music Hall of Famer Kenny Rogers is a man with a big heart. He will be visiting the Kenny Rogers Children's Center on June 1 and he will be hosting a benefit concert.

Missouri shop offers free fudge to 300+ lb people on Fat Tuesday

A recently-opened candy shop in Missouri is taking the concept of Fat Tuesday to a whole new level by offering free fudge to anyone over 300 pounds today only.

Family discovers woman's death on Facebook after tragic fire Special

When 45-year-old Leah Tarkington passed away on Jan. 16, there was confusion about her death. Tarkington's body had been found inside a shed in the yard of her father’s home after firefighters extinguished a large fire late that afternoon.

Some U.S. states may return to firing squad for executions

With European manufacturers boycotting the sale of the drugs normally used to painlessly execute prisoners in the United States, some politicians are panicking. Now they are looking for alternative methods to kill.

Missouri congress fails to override gun veto

The attempt to override the Governor’s veto in Missouri fell one vote short on Wednesday. Had it passed, it would have nullified several federal gun control measures.

5 videos of the Oklahoma tornado you need to see now

Spreading fast across the Web are these five videos showing stunning footage of the deadly Oklahoma tornado, which has killed nine and injured at least 75 people. In one video, a meteorologist's car is flung 200 yards by a surging tornado.

Missouri overpass collapses after freight train collision

Chaffee - A section of a highway overpass collapsed before dawn Saturday in rural southeastern Missouri near Chaffee, 15 miles southwest of Cape Girardeau, after about a dozen rail cars derailed and struck the support pillar.

Police respond to movie theater 'active shooter' publicity stunt

Jefferson City - During the opening weekend of "Iron Man 3", Goodrich Capital 8 Theaters held a publicity stunt, with a man in full tactical gear, carrying a fake gun, entering the cinema. Police and several customers were not amused.

New oil spill from ExxonMobil Pegasus pipeline despite shut down

Doniphan - While very much smaller than the recent Mayflower, Arkansas spill, this new rupture causes even more concern over the aging Pegasus pipeline. (Video update).

Photo Essay: Kansas City is full of fountains and history Special

Kansas City - There are many reasons to visit Kansas City including its beautiful fountains and fascinating history. Tourists will make unexpected discoveries and wonderful memories in this heartland city.

Pit bull puppy dragged behind truck survives and is recuperating

A puppy that survived being dragged down a Missouri interstate two weeks ago has undergone surgery and is recuperating. Medical staff overseeing the puppy are cautiously optimistic.

Preacher's speech against gay rights comes to stunning conclusion

Springfield - This past summer, a bill that would have added sexual orientation and gender identity to the Springfield Missouri's non-discrimination statutes was introduced by two members of the city's council.

Missouri taxpayers to pay extra $55 million into state pensions

Kansas City - Critics argue that the Missouri state pension plans have been underfunded for quite some time and have been overly optimistic in their projections. This is part of the reason why taxpayers will pay an additional $55 million next year into these plans.

Akin posts video apology as damage control after rape gaffe

Instead of dropping out, embattled U.S. politician Todd Akin withstood pressure to withdraw as a Republican Senatorial candidate from Missouri by releasing an apology.

Mitt Romney calls on Republican Rep. Todd Akin to quit race

Washington - Tuesday, Mitt Romney called on embattled Republican Rep. Todd Akin to drop out of the Missouri Senate race over Akin’s controversial and offensive remarks on rape and abortion.

Legitimate rape comment draws ire of Democrats and Republicans

Saint Louis - Missouri Republican Rep. Todd Akin, appearing Sunday on The Jaco Report on FOX 2, responded to a question regarding abortion in the case of rape by saying "If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down."

Missouri man finds pre-Prohibition whiskey hidden in his attic

Saint Joseph - A Missouri man was doing some repair work in his home when he stumbled upon a stash of pre-Prohibition whiskey underneath the floorboards in his attic.

Op-Ed: Japan/Missouri face clean-up of thousands of dead sardines & fish

Around the world, the number of dead zones, some of which are naturally occurring, increased from 149 in 2003 to more than 200 in 2006, according to a 2008 report by the United Nations Environmental Program.

UFO: Missouri residents report hovering orbs in night sky

Blue Springs - Residents of Blue Springs, Missouri, say that in the the past two weeks they have seen lights appearing as light orbs hovering in the night sky. The Missouri UFO Network is investigating, and government agencies say they have not identified the objects.
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Fountain with National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial in background.  Kansas City  MO
Fountain with National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial in background. Kansas City, MO
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Protesters against the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson  Mo.  gather in front of St. Louis Coun...
Protesters against the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., gather in front of St. Louis County police headquarters in nearby Clayton.
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A woman holds a protest sign as demonstrators gather outside St. Louis County police headquarters in...
A woman holds a protest sign as demonstrators gather outside St. Louis County police headquarters in Clayton, Mo., a few days after the police shooting of an armed black teen in nearby Ferguson.
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Home Depot.  Joplin  MO  May 22  2012
Home Depot. Joplin, MO May 22, 2012
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Site of Jim Bob s Steaks & Ribs on S. Range Line.  Joplin  MO  May 22  2012
Site of Jim Bob's Steaks & Ribs on S. Range Line. Joplin, MO May 22, 2012
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Jim Bob s Steaks & Ribs.  Joplin  MO
Jim Bob's Steaks & Ribs. Joplin, MO
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Image on Route 66 T-shirt for sale at St. James Winery off I-44.  St. James  MO
Image on Route 66 T-shirt for sale at St. James Winery off I-44. St. James, MO
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Academy and Goodyear stores open.  Joplin  MO  May 22  2012
Academy and Goodyear stores open. Joplin, MO May 22, 2012
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IHOP  seen on left  is under construction.  Joplin  MO  May 22  2012.
IHOP, seen on left, is under construction. Joplin, MO May 22, 2012.
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Alligator gar at Bass Pro Shops.  Springfield  MO  April 2012
Alligator gar at Bass Pro Shops. Springfield, MO April 2012
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Harvey s at Union Station.  Kansas City  MO
Harvey's at Union Station. Kansas City, MO
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Alligator snapping turtle at Bass Pro Shops.  Springfield  MO  April 2012
Alligator snapping turtle at Bass Pro Shops. Springfield, MO April 2012
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 America s Great Hunting Hall.   Bass Pro Shops.  Springfield  MO  April 2012.
"America's Great Hunting Hall." Bass Pro Shops. Springfield, MO April 2012.
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MISSOURI EXECUTION: Photo provided by the Missouri Department of Corrections shows Michael Worthingt...
MISSOURI EXECUTION: Photo provided by the Missouri Department of Corrections shows Michael Worthington, who was executed Wednesday for killing a female college student in 1995.
Missouri Dept. of Corrections
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Dinner time for the feral cats who live in my Mom s backyard & environs  Arrow Rock  Missouri.
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Dinner time for the feral cats who live in my Mom's backyard & environs, Arrow Rock, Missouri. Photo taken: July 3, 2005
Scott Granneman from St. Louis, MO
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Site of Jim Bob s Steaks & Ribs on S. Range Line.  Joplin  MO  May 22  2012
Site of Jim Bob's Steaks & Ribs on S. Range Line. Joplin, MO May 22, 2012
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IHOP on S. Range Line currently under construction.  Joplin  MO  May 22  2012
IHOP on S. Range Line currently under construction. Joplin, MO May 22, 2012
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A winter s view of  theSt. Louis Arch
A winter's view of theSt. Louis Arch
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Pastor Sean Harris  Fred Phelps Protests  LGBT Protests
Pastor Sean Harris, Fred Phelps Protests, LGBT Protests
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View of downtown skyline.  Kansas City  MO
View of downtown skyline. Kansas City, MO
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