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Ten Missouri law enforcement officers receive the Medal of Valor
Governor Jay Nixon awarded the Medal of Valor to ten law enforcement officers at a ceremony in his office at the State Capitol.  The medal is presented for extraordinary acts of bravery and heroism.  The recipients received the medal for their efforts to save lives and protect the public in 2013. Department of Public Safety […]
Tables turn on Blues as Kings rally to take back end of home and home
Jeff Carter, Jake Muzzin and Dwight King each scored in the third period, as the Los Angeles Kings rallied to beat the St. Louis Blues 6-4 on Thursday night. The Kings surrendered four goals in the third period of Tuesday’s 5-2 loss at St. Louis, but earned a split in the home-and-home set with their […]
Royals adding pitching agreeing to contracts with Medlen and Volquez
The Kansas City Royals have signed pitcher Kris Medlen to a two-year contract with a mutual option for the 2017 season, with the hope that the Tommy John surgery recipient will be able to contribute during the second half of the upcoming year. Medlen put together a strong 2013 campaign for the Atlanta Braves, winning […]
Missouri governor, legislators agree on revenue projection
Governor Jay Nixon and legislative budget leaders have agreed on the estimates of state revenue they will use in proposing the state budget for the next fiscal year. They are predicting Missouri revenues of $8.372-billion for the fiscal year that ends in June. That’s a reduction from what both the governor and the legislature originally […]
Missouri’s Senator McCaskill part of Stephen Colbert sendoff
Missouri’s senior U.S. Senator, Claire McCaskill, was among the dozens of other elected officials, comedians, singers, actors, and a couple of Muppets on the finale of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” last night. The show, centered on a fictional conservative anchorman played by Stephen Colbert, is ending its 9-year run. Colbert is about to become the […]