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Sentencing Friday for parents who caged autistic son

Sentencing Friday for parents who caged autistic son

Posted 9:43 AM 5/29/2015 by The Associated Press

ST. CHARLES (AP) - A couple from the St. Louis suburb of O'Fallon was scheduled to be sentenced Friday for keeping their autistic son inside a makeshift cage.

In April, a jury recommended seven years in prison for 45-year-old Terry Smith and his 44-year-old wife, Victoria. Both were found (More)...

Hannibal landmark to house vintage car museum

Craft breweries get OK in Kansas City, Missouri strip malls

Police: Man left at hospital with gunshot wound to the face

Missouri lawmaker on probation for pharmacy violations

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Sedalia police release photos of crate where woman was held

Sedalia police release photos of crate where woman was held

Posted 7:24 PM 5/28/2015 by The Associated Press

SEDALIA - Police have released photos of the crate where they say a Missouri man held a woman captive before she escaped and was later shot to death.

James Barton Horn, of Sedalia, was accused of holding Sandra Sutton captive off-and-on for months before she escaped last month. Sutton and (More)...

Man falls overboard and dies in Osage River

Columbia official breaks down how and why city uses parking meters

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ VIP event announces more 2015 artists

New Columbia school will help mid-Missourians with special needs

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Teachers prepare for next school year

Posted 2:38 PM 5/28/2015 by Alyssa Casares, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - Missouri's Department of Conservation will host a workshop in Columbia to train teachers how to bring nature into the classroom Monday.

Kim Cole is the conservation education consultant for the Missouri Department of Conservation and said the "Nature Unfolds" workshop is a part (More)...


Lawmakers to review conduct guidelines for internship program

Posted 1:30 PM 5/28/2015 by Andria Kirkland, KOMU 8 Reporter

JEFFERSON CITY - Although the legislative session ended May 15, lawmakers will come together to review the Missouri House's internship policy. This action follows the controversy surrounding former House Speaker John Diehl and sexually suggestive texts he exchanged with a college freshman (More)...

Man arrested in Jefferson City Subway robbery

Kaldi's coffee sleeves recalled

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