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State Auditor Galloway names two senior staff members

State Auditor Galloway names two senior staff members

Posted 10:54 AM 4/28/2015 by Tiege Dooley-Panko, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced Tuesday the addition of two senior staff members following her introduction to the position Monday.

John Luetkeymeyer, a certified public accountant, will serve as the deputy state auditor. Michael Moorefield will serve as (More)...

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No. 15 Mizzou drops series finale to No. 3 LSU

No. 15 Mizzou drops series finale to No. 3 LSU

Posted 7:35 AM 4/28/2015 by KOMU 8 Sports Digital Staff

COLUMBIA - The No. 15 Mizzou softball squad fell to the No. 3 LSU Tigers in the series finale on Monday night, 9-0. LSU got the run-rule victory, using five runs in the third inning and three runs in the fifth inning to a Mizzou sweep. The loss drops MU to 35-11 on the season and 13-8 in the (More)...

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Ferguson Commission endorses police training reforms

Ferguson Commission endorses police training reforms

Posted 7:07 AM 4/28/2015 by The Associated Press

ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Ferguson Commission has endorsed reforms for training police officers that seek to reduce racial bias and the use of force while enhancing what commissioners call a "climate of care and accountability."

The training reforms were endorsed during a meeting Monday. The (More)...

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Groundbreaking ceremony to beautify Katy Trail State Park

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Jefferson City discusses adding city jobs

Posted 7:56 PM 4/27/2015 by Nick Komisar, KOMU 8 Reporter

JEFFERSON CITY - Jefferson City staff gave a presentation to the city council Monday evening, and part of that presentation included informing the council about high-priority openings that staff said a budget surplus could be used for. That surplus is over $200,000. 

City (More)...

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Nicole Galloway sworn in as Missouri State Auditor

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