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Tensions increase after St. Louis police officer shoots man near site of Brown protests

A St. Louis County police officer shot and critically wounded a man early Wednesday morning after he allegedly pulled a handgun on the...

Liberia to give two doctors experimental Ebola drug as death toll hits 1,013

Liberia said on Tuesday it would treat two infected doctors with the scarce experimental Ebola drug.

Coroner: Williams cut wrist, hanged self

Robin Williams hanged himself in his San Francisco area home, according to multiple reports.

St. Louis cops use ‘beanbag rounds’ after reports of protesters throwing rocks

Police in riot gear fired tear gas into a crowd of protesters in a St. Louis suburb where an unarmed black teenager had been fatally shot...

Gov. Nixon announces funding for early childhood education project in El Dorado Springs

Governor Jay Nixon today visited the El Dorado Springs School District to announce a new investment through Missouri Start Smart to expand...

Area Rotary Clubs to donate $140,000 to seven children’s agencies in the Ozarks

This year’s Rotary’s Rock’n Ribs BBQ Festival proceeds brings the 15-year grand total to $1,447,250.

Robin Williams remembered as a brilliant actor and comic

Robin Williams was a brilliant actor and comedian who could go from light to dark in the blink of an eye.

Comedian Robin Williams found dead at his home

The Marin County Sheriff's Office on Monday afternoon said legendary Bay Area comedian Robin Williams was found dead from a likely suicide...

Missouri Rehabilitation Center in Mt. Vernon to Close, affecting 323 employees

University of Missouri Health Care will close Missouri Rehabilitation Center in Mt. Vernon, effective Oct. 31.

Gov. Nixon requests independent investigation into St. Louis teen shooting

Governor Jay Nixon requested today that the U.S. Department of Justice conduct an independent investigation of the fatal shooting of...