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St. Louis, a large city in Missouri is known as the "Gateway to the West" because it served as a departure point for settlers heading to the west as well as the starting point and the return destination of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It is a state with both Midwestern and Southern cultural influences, reflecting its history as a border state between the two regions. The state is named after the Missouri Siouan Indian tribe.

 

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All the speakers at "And Justice For All's" Martin Luther King Jr. Day program Monday in Sikeston, Missouri, talked about continuing King's mission of equality and trying to bring more peopl...

 

As many as 1,000 retired teachers won't be visiting the Missouri Capitol because of the installation of metal detectors, according to the group's executive director. Local lawmakers insist it is...

 

A Fruitland meat-processing plant faces a $70,000 penalty to the state of Missouri if it does not correct problems related to wastewater management, a judge ruled last month. Fruitland American Meats....

 

For the first time, Cape Girardeau County residential taxpayers will have an online option to file personal property assessment forms, according to Assessor Bob Adams. Adams said personal property...

 

Missouri state government must cut spending to balance the budget, area lawmakers say. The state is on pace to spend $456 million more than it receives in the fiscal year that begins July 1,...

 

The Missouri Public Service Commission will hold public hearings Tuesday in Cape Girardeau and Charleston about an electric rate increase requested by Ameren Missouri. Hearings are scheduled for noon....

 

Disgust precedes change, a pastor said Sunday at an event honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "Get disgusted," the Rev. Christopher Swims told the crowd of about 200 people at Great...

 
 

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Live updates from the final day of Cardinals Winter Warm-Up, brought to you by Post-Dispatch writers.

 

Police found the 12-year-old girl Friday in a vacant building blocks from her home.

 

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Matthew Gilbert praises commercials for comic timing, and charm

 

Gov. Eric Greitens cut millions from the state budget Monday in response to a lingering slowdown in state revenue.

 

Workers chase, catch man who grabbed tips from Fuzzy's Tacos

 

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Owners of restaurants that used GrubGo are still waiting on payments for completed orders.

 

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