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Gov. Nixon denied state sent concealed weapons info to feds; Highway Patrol head admitted it soon firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The head of the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Thursday admitted something that Gov. Jay Nixon has denied multiple times. Col. Ron Replogle told a Senate committee that a list of Missourians who have conceal-and-carry weapon (CCW)...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon says he is changing the way he campaigns for Medicaid expansion. "In January and February, I spent the majority of my time on this issue," Nixon said at a news conference on Monday at Burrell Behavioral Health Center,...
Tags: Medicaid, Politics, Rick Scott, Rick Snyder, Executive Branch
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- One in ten people in the Ozarks suffer from depression, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For many, treating the illness requires medication. But now a breakthrough treatment is providing a new option....
Thank you, President Pro Tem Dempsey, Speaker Jones, judges of the Missouri Supreme Court, Lieutenant Governor Kinder, state officials, members of the legislature, members of my cabinet, and my fellow Missourians. This evening it is my pleasure to be...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The boards of directors for Forest Institute and Burrell Behavioral Health approved this week a decision to merge the two Springfield-based organizations. Founded in 1977, Burrell is a non-profit behavioral health care organization...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- With the support of her daughter by her side, Tricia Lammers opened up about her son, Blaec Lammers, whom she has not seen since he was arrested last week in Bolivar. "First and foremost, I am a mother. I love my son very, very much....
Tags: Heroism, Mental Illness, Justice System, Shootings, Judges
firstname.lastname@example.orgMedical professionals call it a national epidemic: normal children who are delayed in accomplishing basic skills like holding a pencil or catching a ball. At least one expert calls them "bucket babies." They're kids who spend too much time in containers...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Sports, Politics, Taekwon-Do, Jaw
email@example.comROGERSVILLE, Mo -- The Logan-Rogersville 7th grade boys basketball team has a secret weapon this year. He isn't the top scorer but he brings an energy to the team that is unmatched anywhere else. Scott Townlian has a passion for basketball that is hard...
Tags: Human Interest, High School Sports, Autism, Health
The Sun, Yuma, Ariz.One man wakes in the dead of night, when the bugs are most active, to round them up by hand. Another spends hours on the phone every week, calling inspectors and lawyers and regulators and advocates. And yet another sprays insecticide directly onto his...
Re "Felons allowed to help addicts, a report finds," May 14 The fact that addiction counselors in California who are sex offenders and other types of felons are allowed to provide addiction treatment is just the tip of the iceberg in a fundamentally...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Addiction
The Honolulu Star-AdvertiserStaff Sgt. Billy Caviness is on patrol -- not in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan, where he was wounded in battle, but in his tree-lined neighborhood in Schofield Barracks. The fight that he waged outside is now inside, in his head, on a...
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