Osage County Resident "Happy" to Win $1 Million Powerball Prize

Interested in the large jackpot, an Osage County lottery player decided to buy five different Quick Pick tickets for the…

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Jefferson City Hy-vee Sells $50,000 Scratchers Ticket

A Cole County resident uncovered a $50,000 Scratchers prize on a “$300 Million Cash Explosion” ticket purchased at Hy-Vee, 3723…

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Lottery Winner: 'i Just Won $50,000!'

A Cape Girardeau woman was shocked to uncover one of 10 $50,000 top prizes on a $3 Missouri Lottery “Gold…

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Time until dementia symptoms appear can be estimated via brain scan

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed an approach to estimating when a person who…

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Mustakeem joins historian lectureship program

Sowande’ Mustakeem, associate professor of history and of African and African American studies, both in Arts & Sciences at Washington…

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Scrubs recycling drive on Medical Campus

Many Washington University School of Medicine employees are now required to wear red, black and gray scrubs. But don’t just…

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Fiesta de Quince a Quince opens UMSL Hispanic Heritage Month festivities

UMSL psychology student Alondra Ramirez (center) and Mike “Baba” Nelson (left) performed at Fiesta de Quince a Quince, the kickoff…

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COVID-19 protocols: An update with experts Lawrence and LeBlanc

Washington University in St. Louis decided early to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for its students, staff and faculty. That policy,…

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Sen. Mike Bernskoetter’s Legislative Column for Sept. 16, 2021

Recapping the 2021 Veto Session State lawmakers returned to the State Capitol on Wednesday, Sept. 15, for our annual veto…

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic Slowdowns/Stops on I-49 Near Pineville Sept. 20-22 to Install Overhead Signs

TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic Slowdowns/Stops on I-49 Near Pineville Sept. 20-22 to Install Overhead Signs Visitor (not verified) Thu, 09/16/2021 –…

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Senator Tony Luetkemeyer receives A+ Rating From Americans For Prosperity

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, has received an A+ rating from the conservative watchdog group Americans for…

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Pavement Repairs to Impact One Lane of Route 19

Pavement Repairs to Impact One Lane of Route 19 Visitor (not verified) Thu, 09/16/2021 – 16:00 GASCONADE COUNTY – Missouri…

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Senator Holly Thompson Rehder to Host “Mobile Office Day” Events

Jefferson City — State Sen. Holly Thompson Rehder invites residents of the 27th Senatorial District to attend a series of…

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Sen. Bill Eigel Encourages Constituents to Celebrate Constitution Week

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Bill Eigel, R-Weldon Spring, would like to encourage his constituents to participate in Constitution Week,…

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Behold the humble water flea, locked in a battle of mythological proportions

In Greek mythology, Hydra was a monstrous water serpent that lived in a swamp and terrorized nearby residents. When intrepid…

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Extended closure scheduled for eastbound U.S. Route 36 ramp to Route 759

Extended closure scheduled for eastbound U.S. Route 36 ramp to Route 759 Visitor (not verified) Thu, 09/16/2021 – 14:35 ST….

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[Competitive Cheer] Garland Named Competitive Cheer Coach

University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis welcomes Sean Garland as the head coach for competitive cheer. Garland…

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Senator Elaine Gannon’s Capitol Report for Sept. 16, 2021

Senator Elaine Gannon’s Capitol Report for Sept. 16, 2021 Annual Veto Session Convenes This week, I returned to my home…

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Traffic Alert: Pavement work will cause lane closure on I-35 in Clay Co

Traffic Alert: Pavement work will cause lane closure on I-35 in Clay Co Visitor (not verified) Thu, 09/16/2021 – 13:05…

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Traffic Alert: Pavement repair work will cause ramp closure on I-35 in Clay County

Traffic Alert: Pavement repair work will cause ramp closure on I-35 in Clay County Visitor (not verified) Thu, 09/16/2021 –…

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Service-oriented individuals needed to plow snow

Service-oriented individuals needed to plow snow Visitor (not verified) Thu, 09/16/2021 – 11:10 Full time and seasonal positions available at…

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