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Missouri AG announces charges in 2004 cold case killing

A woman is charged with killing her live-in boyfriend 17 years ago, the second murder charge handled through a new unit of the Missouri Attorney General's Office that investigates cold cases.

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OxyContin maker Purdue goes to judge to confirm settlement

Purdue Pharma's quest to settle thousands of lawsuits over the toll of OxyContin and its other prescription opioid painkillers entered its final phase Thursday with the grudging support of many of those who have claims against the company.

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New census data expected to reveal a more diverse America

New data from the Census Bureau due to be released Thursday are expected to show dozens of counties across 18 states, largely in the South and Southwest, that no longer have a majority racial or ethnic group. The non-Hispanic white population is expected to shrink for the first census on record.

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Legal group backs U.S. review of Indigenous boarding schools

The American Bar Association’s policymaking body has voted in favor of a resolution supporting the U.S. Interior Department as it works to uncover the troubled legacy of federal boarding schools that sought to assimilate Indigenous youth into white society.

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Missouri marks 200th birthday with new citizens and treats

Missouri turned 200 years old Tuesday, commemorating its birthday with art, music, speeches, free ice cream and — fittingly — the recognition of new citizens in a state that once served as the gateway for westward expansion in the United ...

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375,000 Missourians enter vaccine lottery; drawing Friday

More than 375,000 Missourians have entered the state’s COVID-19 vaccine lottery program, but vaccinations continue to lag, especially in rural areas of the state. State officials said the first of five drawings will be Friday. All told, 800 adults will ...

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Missouri judge says Medicaid expansion must be allowed

A Missouri judge on Tuesday ruled that Republican Gov. Mike Parson no longer can deny Medicaid health care to thousands more newly eligible adults. Cole County Judge Jon Beetem in his order said Parson’s administration must give Medicaid coverage to ...

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