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An attorney who successfully challenged Missouri's photo ID law for voters in 2006 plans a new legal argument if the requirement is revived.
Natural gas customers of Ameren Missouri soon will see their rates go up, but not by much.
The monthly bill for a typical residential customer is projected to rise by about $3.30 under a plan approved by state regulators.
The increase will take effect Feb. 1.
The Missouri Public Service Commission said Thursday the rate agreement will generate about $5.6 million annually for Ameren Missouri. The company had requested an $11.9 million rate increase.
A St. Louis teenager has been certified to stand trial as an adult for allegedly driving a van at officers, then pointing a gun at them.
The officers responded by shooting the suspect, 16-year-old Terance Cornell Irons. He is recovering from his wounds and now faces two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer.
Irons does not yet have an attorney.
Springfield Mayor Timothy Davlin's death has been ruled a suicide.
A Sangamon County inquest Thursday determined the 53-year-old Democrat died of a close-contact bullet wound to the heart in a vehicle parked at his home Dec. 14.
Investigators say they found no note from Davlin. They say there were no signs of foul play and no drugs or alcohol in his body.
Davlin apparently called 911 from a cordless landline phone in his car but hung up.
Yesterday, we told you that a $19 billion deal with China landed Boeing an order for production of 200 airplanes. Well, today's news about the company is more about cuts than gains.
Boeing Co. says it's cutting 1,100 jobs from its U.S. plants, most of them in Southern California, as it scales back production of its C-17 cargo planes.
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