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A coach was killed and four track girls injured in a Boone County crash

| September 29, 2017

A Harrisburg coach was killed when a bus was hit head on by a pickup in Boone County yesterday.

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Missouri Medicaid programs to receive fraud settlement from Mylan

| September 28, 2017

Mylan was found to have incorrectly classified the EpiPen which resulted in underpayment in its rebates to State Medicaid programs.

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Missouri lawmakers reviewing ways to pay for road maintenance

| September 28, 2017

Legislators are currently receiving feedback from constituents as they consider the pro’s and con’s of each option.

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Man allegedly committed securities fraud against Missouri investors

| September 22, 2017

According to Secretary of State, Jay Ashcroft’s office, Chadwick Brooks sold unregistered , and non-exempt securities to Missouri investors.

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NEWSMAKER — The Capitol Conversation: Rep. Rusty Black remembers Rep. Mike Lair, grapples with HCB-3

| September 20, 2017

HCB-3, also known as the senior social services law, would provide benefits for 8,000 Missourians. Lawmakers struggled with the bill all year and following a veto by Governor Greitens this summer, were unable to override that veto last week in Jefferson City.

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Missouri Lt. Governor says bad day for Missouri

| September 13, 2017

Lt. Governor cites senator’s continued service, and failure to find alternate funding for spending cuts.

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NEWSMAKER — Last MU hop field day to focus on first-year research

| September 6, 2017

Visitors will get to see and smell hops from different cultivators that Quinn harvested by hand and dried.

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MoDOT Highway Commission to meet Wednesday in Excelsior Springs

| September 5, 2017

The gathering will be held at the Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs.

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MoDOT Monday – September 4, 2017

| September 4, 2017

Summer travel wraps up, but crews continue to plow through scheduled maintenance, and a few major projects scattered across the state.

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