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JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation re-writing Missouri's payday loan laws Thursday, describing the newly proposed limits as an industry-backed "sham" that fell short of "true reform."The Democratic governor said it was better to leave the law as it is, with the hopes of pushing for more stringent regulations in future years, than to enact a modest revision passed by the Republican-led Legislature."Missourians want meaningful...

Updated at 12:40 AM

Attorneys for the two sides in the dispute over noise complaints at the Valley Speedway presented starkly different facts and interpretations of those facts at a packed hearing Thursday night.The Grain Valley Board of Aldermen was...

Updated at 12:38 AM

JEFFERSON CITY – Republican state Sen. Will Kraus touted his support for a voter photo identification requirement Thursday while announcing his candidacy for Missouri secretary of state in 2016.Kraus, of Lee's Summit, is the...

Updated at 12:31 AM

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Updated at 12:30 AM

A collective change in plate approach almost pushed the Lee’s Summit Outlaws to a comeback win Thursday morning at Hidden Valley Park.Trailing Bellevue (Neb.) Post 339 West DJ’s Dugout 2-1 with two outs in the top of the...

Updated at 12:29 AM

Perhaps the Kansas City Royals should lobby to play all their games against Detroit on the road.For the fourth straight time, the Detroit Tigers waltzed into Kauffman Stadium and made themselves feel right at home. They piled up 19 hits,...

Updated at 12:28 AM

By Dave SkrettaAssociated PressAlex Gordon will have to be content with watching All-Star teammates Salvador Perez and Greg Holland when the Kansas City Royals triumvirate heads to Target Field in Minneapolis next week.The...

Posted at 10:00 PM

ST. LOUIS – The Missouri football team's early-season visit to Arkansas State in 2015 could become a much shorter trip to a far friendlier and more familiar stadium.The Columbia Daily Tribune reported the St. Louis Sports Commission...

Updated at 8:51 PM

JEFFERSON CITY – In the nation's agricultural heartland, farming is more than a multibillion-dollar industry that feeds the world. It could be on track to become a right, written into law alongside the freedom of speech and...

Updated at 8:27 PM

Narragansett Beer has announced the release of its latest beer in the Private Stock series – the Town Beach Imperial IPA.

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