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This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 11, 1887

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 11, 1887, start of the Extra Session of the…

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Ameren Announces First Quarter 2021 Results

– First Quarter Diluted Earnings Per Share were $0.91 in 2021 vs. $0.59 in 2020 Original Source

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UMSL Succeed hosts Vocational Expo with St. Louis Arc

The Succeed Program partnered with St. Louis Arc and the Special School District of St. Louis County to organize the…

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First of 3 town halls on proposed new animal ordinance May 20

Branson Mayor, Larry Milton, and the Board of Aldermen are hosting a series of town hall meetings to hear resident’s…

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Aegion Corporation Reports 2021 First Quarter Financial Results

Pending Transaction with New Mountain on Track to Close Shortly Following Anticipated Stockholder Approval at May 14 Special Meeting of…

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Eye on UMSL: Spring planting

Gregory Ward, the grounds supervisor at the University of Missouri–St. Louis, plants flowers in the Quad outside Clark Hall on…

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UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

Fifth-year senior Emma Thorngren will compete in the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championship for the fourth time after finishing…

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Sen. Hegeman’s Column for the Week of May 10: Budget Awaits Executive Action

As is said so often, the Missouri General Assembly has one constitutionally mandated job: create a balanced budget each year….

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The Missouri Senate Minute for May 10: Final Week

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators have one week left in the 2021 legislative session, which will end at 6 p.m….

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Alumnus Will Werner hired to lead UMSL’s National Security and Community Policy Collaborative

Will Werner has been hired as the new director of UMSL’s National Security and Community Policy Collaborative. Werner spent nearly…

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MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: U.S. Route 160 (West Bypass) Bridge Over U.S. Route 60 (James River Freeway)

MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: U.S. Route 160 (West Bypass) Bridge Over U.S. Route 60 (James River Freeway) regan.mitchell Mon, 05/10/2021 –…

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PLS won’t keep Dana Raker from covering her hometown

Dana Raker From Matthew Barba Missouri Press News As a profession, journalism has always attracted the passionate and tenacious, those…

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Traffic Alert: 45 Spur at Route 92 closure in Platte County updated

Traffic Alert: 45 Spur at Route 92 closure in Platte County updated Visitor (not verified) Mon, 05/10/2021 – 14:40 PLATTE…

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Sen. Karla May’s May Report for the Week of May 3, 2021

On the Floor This week, the Missouri General Assembly passed a more than $35 billion state operating budget for the…

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PreventEd Features In KSDK News Announcing Fentanyl Detection Kits

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Senator Holly Rehder’s Legislative Column for May 10, 2021

Protection Orders Bill Passes It was a crazy busy week in the Missouri Senate this week. With the deadline for…

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Sen. Sandy Crawford’s Capitol Report for the Week of May 3

I am proud to say House Bill 685 is on its way to the governor. This measure seeks to change…

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Asphalt paving on Interstate 229 to begin Friday

Asphalt paving on Interstate 229 to begin Friday Visitor (not verified) Mon, 05/10/2021 – 13:00 Two ramp closures at the…

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MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: Jackson Street (Missouri Route 14) CLOSED in Ozark

MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: Jackson Street (Missouri Route 14) CLOSED in Ozark Visitor (not verified) Mon, 05/10/2021 – 12:40 May 21-22…

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MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: U.S. Route 65 Bridge Lane Closures Over Sunshine Street

MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: U.S. Route 65 Bridge Lane Closures Over Sunshine Street Visitor (not verified) Mon, 05/10/2021 – 12:30 In…

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Route DD in Bollinger County Closed for Culvert Replacement

Route DD in Bollinger County Closed for Culvert Replacement Visitor (not verified) Mon, 05/10/2021 – 11:55 SIKESTON – Route DD…

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FBI Statement on Compromise of Colonial Pipeline Networks

The FBI confirms that the Darkside ransomware is responsible for the compromise of the Colonial Pipeline networks. We continue to…

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