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5/9/2015

Police board stands firm on disciplinary appeal hearing

Police board stands firm on disciplinary appeal hearing

Posted 4:35 PM 5/9/2015 by The Associated Press

CLAYTON (AP) - The appeal of a St. Louis County police commander who was fired over accusations that he ordered officers to target black people will be closed to the public.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the attorney for the (More)...

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Columbia College hosts graduation ceremonies

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5/8/2015

Truman Day gives state employees the day off

Posted 9:10 PM 5/8/2015 by Michael Doudna, KOMU 8 Reporter

JEFFERSON CITY - Many state employees were off Friday because of Truman Day, a holiday only Missouri celebrates to honor its only president. 

Truman day is a state holiday, which means a paid day off for most state employees. This meant many state offices were closed Friday, leaving (More)...

Governor signs state budget with record funding for education

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CPD introduces chaplains to help officers

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