Federal officials have taken to the skies to combat a wild animal problem. KZIM KSIM’s Brandon Dickson reports.
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The University of Missouri and a Kansas City-based non-profit have announced a $40 million scholarship program.
Missouri’s governor has signed an executive order, closing most state offices on Christmas Eve. Brian Hauswirth has the story:
Missouri voters approved Amendment 1 last month which is meant to increase transparency in state government. Republican State Representative Mike Henderson of Bonne Terre is warning his constituents about a portion of the new law that could impact the confidentiality of residents when they reach out to him. Henderson mostly supports most of […]
Twenty-seven new troopers will be graduating from the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy. Among them are local graduates, including Perryville’s Dylon Wyatt, Scott City’s David Beck, Poplar Bluff’s Garrett Hendrix, Dexter’s Dillan Vadeven, and Piedmont’s Caleb Morgan. The 106th Recruit Class started at the Academy in July. They’ll graduate on the 21st of […]
The University of Missouri and a Kansas City-based non-profit have announced a $40 million scholarship program. Jason Taylor reports.
A St. Louis attorney appointed to a class action lawsuit against ag chemical company Syngenta in the well-known “Corn to China” case says a 1.5 billion dollar final settlement is fair. Don Downing with Gray, Ritter & Graham law firm says about 650-thousand farmers, including some from Missouri, are represented in the case. The settlement […]
Sentencings being handed out in one of Missouri’s largest-ever poaching investigations. KZIM KSIM’s Brandon Dickson reports.