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13 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Safety mandate raises passenger rail concerns in Missouri

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1vlsAix ) reports that the issue is a dispute over who should bear the cost of installing train collision avoidance technology. Michelle Teel, of the Missouri Department of Transportation, testified before a U.S. Senate committee last week that Amtrak has notified the Kansas City Terminal Railroad that it may discontinue passenger service into Kansas City beginning ...

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16 HOURS AGO - New York Times

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Historians Sift the Ruins for Ferguson’s Legacy

Business owners are determined to move forward after protests destroyed storefronts, and the Missouri History Museum wants to keep reminders of what happened.

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JAN 30, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Correction: Building Repairs-Bonding story

(AP) — In a story Jan. 29 about the Missouri Senate approving proposals to repair public facilities, The Associated Press erroneously reported the amount that would go toward repairing and renovating the state Capitol. (AP) — State senators on Thursday approved a plan to use about $400 million in bonds to repair college campuses, the Capitol and other state buildings ...

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JAN 30, 2015 - New York Times

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As Ferguson Looks to Rebuild, Archivists Move to Preserve What Was Lost

Business owners are determined to move forward after protests destroyed storefronts, and the Missouri History Museum wants to keep reminders of what happened.

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JAN 30, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Springfield man convicted of lesser crime after law change

Darrell Smith was convicted Thursday of second-degree involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action for shooting his girlfriend, Kimberly Walker, in the head in December 2012. Smith had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder this summer but withdrew his plea after Missouri voters in August approved an amendment that allows nonviolent felons to possess guns.

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