Osage County leaders ask sheriff to resign

The Osage County Commission is now asking Sheriff Michael Dixon to step down, a day after he lost his peace officer's license. On Tuesday commissioners drafted a solution to request his resignation.

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Missouri Democratic House member switches to independent

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri lawmaker who sided with Republicans on tax cuts is leaving the Democratic Party to become an independent.

Osage County leaders ask sheriff to resign

The Osage County Commission is now asking Sheriff Michael Dixon to step down, a day after he lost his peace officer's license. On Tuesday commissioners drafted a solution to request his resignation.

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Missouri panel endorses limits to unemployment benefits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri bill to link the length of unemployment benefits to the unemployment rate has approval from a House panel.

2 more cases of deadly deer disease reported in Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two more cases of a deadly deer disease have been found in Missouri.

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Former Missouri gubernatorial hopeful turns to Ferguson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis County businessman who was the Republican nominee in a losing 2012 campaign for Missouri governor is quietly working to influence the economic recovery in Ferguson after a fatal police shooting led to burned-out storefronts and frequent protests that continue nearly six months later.

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Sturgeon City Council discusses future of city's police chief

City officials may ask the police chief of a small Boone County town to step down.

Lake area house fire under investigation

Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a Monday morning fire near the Lake of the Ozarks.

Lack of snow leads to fixed roads in Columbia

Columbia officials said the lack of snow has a big impact on what road crews can do.

CoMo Entertainment owner Ben Bradley no-shows for court

Attorney General negotiates settlement with CoMO Entertainment owner

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced Monday a settlement with CoMO Entertainment owner Ben Bradley.

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Proposal exempts banks from Missouri consumer protection law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Lobbyists for banks and credit unions say an exemption from a state consumer-protection law is needed to prevent excessive lawsuits against financial institutions.

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New apparent ISIS post threatens 2 captives

A video file posted online Tuesday purports to relay a new message from Japanese ISIS hostage Kenji Goto: He and a captive Jordanian military pilot will be killed in the next 24 hours if Jordan doesn't release a convicted would-be suicide bomber.

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