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2012 Safety Stories
Radio Story - Nixon meets with Mo. troops in Kuwait, Afghanistan on third Mideast tour
Radio Story - MO National Guard Captain speaks out about her role in preventing suicide amongst members.
Radio Story - Transportation committee members say raising taxes may be only way to fix Missouri's crumbling road system
Radio Story - Utility companies meet with Missouri Public Service Commissioners to discuss safety of electric grid from hackers
Radio Story - Missouri Task Force One arrived in New York and is commencing search and rescue operations in Long Beach
Radio Story - Missouri groups respond to Hurricane Sandy disaster
Radio Story - Missouri Department of Transportation runs snow plows on state roads to test snow removal...without the snow.
Radio Story - Governor Jay Nixon awarded eight public safety officers with medals of valor.
Radio Story - FEMA trailer rent could be too high for some Joplin tornado victims
Newspaper Story - St. Louis police force is looking to gain local control on the November ballot.
Radio Story - St Louis police are looking to gain local control of the police force for the first time in over 100 years.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's National Guard schedules a special suicide-prevention day.
Radio Story - Newly appointed chairman Stephen Danner hopes to protect the jobs and families of National Guardsmen.
Radio Story - Lawmakers override governor's veto of contraception legislation
Newspaper Story - Missouri will continue to be one of five states without mandatory rabies vaccination
Radio Story - Lawmakers decide not to pursue passing rabies vaccination legislation
Radio Story - Supporters say new state law puts brakes on red light camera tickets, but could slow down city revenue.
Radio Story - Mo. officials urge residents to prepare for severe storms in the wake of Hurricane Isaac.
Newspaper Story - Mo. officials say to 'be prepared' for storms in the wake of Hurricane Isaac
Radio Story - Habilitation centers alternatives: the third in a five-part series on developmental disabilities.
Radio Story - A bill calls for a smooth transition plan to transfer people with disabilities to communities died.
Radio Story - Several bondsmen testified in favor of unrelated component of Sam Pratt's Law.
Newspaper Story - News summary for May 8
Radio Story - A new bill would allow people to anonymously report acts of bullying in schools.
Radio Story - Missouri House passed a bill that would prevent traffic violations.
Radio Story - A Missouri Senate Committee heard a bill keeping animals from gaining rights equal or greater than human rights.
Radio Story - Senate committee hears emotional testimony on CPR bill.
Radio Story - Families at the Capitol remembered loved ones who died while on the job.
Newspaper Story - House and Senate perfect and debate similar bills to crack down on unlicensed child care providers.
Radio Story - The fight between free speech and religion continued at the state Capitol.
Radio Story - The futures of Fort Leonard Wood and Whiteman AFB at stake over Base Realignment.
Newspaper Story - A bill raising the bar for wrongful death in inmate suicides stirs emotions in the Missouri House
Newspaper Story - House committee discusses bills to crack down on metal theft, eliminate phone usage while driving
Radio Story - More calls for full ban on texting while driving in Missouri
Radio Story - The bill would exempt business owners from restricting the lawful carrying of firearms in a vehicle.
Newspaper Story - Missouri would implement a targeted testing program to test individuals at high risk for tuberculosis.
Radio Story - Sen. Robin Wright-Jone's bill that would heighten Capital security debated in Senate Tuesday.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Gov. Nixon requests disaster declaration from SBA
Radio Story - Missouri conducted a statewide tornado drill Tuesday afternoon.
Radio Story - A Senate bill will restrict Missouri public contracts with companies who invest with energy sections of Iran.
Newspaper Story - Crackdown on unlicensed child care providers evokes emotional testimony at hearing
Radio Story - The mother of a dead child testified in favor of a bill that cracks down on unlicensed day care providers.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Senate has voted to back off on laws that send parole and probation violators back to prison
Radio Story - Proposed workers' comp legislation would limit Missouri employees' right to sue employers.
Radio Story - Representatives heard testimony from teachers requesting that CPR training be mandatory for high school students.
Newspaper Story - One Missouri legislator suggests making CPR training a high school graduation requirement.
Radio Story - Senators receive threatening email, 24 hours before hearing on a bill to heighten security in the statehouse,
Radio Story - Missouri joins other states in the proposal of Caylee's Law.
Newspaper Story - Representatives propose law that would require the guardian to report the death or disappearance of a child
Radio Story - Legislators heard the dangers of children using tanning devices and restrictions needed for facilities.
Radio Story - The House debated a bill that would require all drivers tests to be in English.
Newspaper Story - A bill in the Missouri House could crack down on unlicensed child care providers.
Radio Story - Tina Meier testifies in front of the House Children and Families Committee in support of an anti-bullying bill.
Radio Story - A House Committee discussed a bill that would crack down on unlicensed child care providers.
Radio Story - The house passed through a bill providing children easier access to their mothers in prison.
Radio Story - Representatives hear opposition from Planned Parenthood on new abortion bill
Newspaper Story - Army Corps of Engineers hears criticism for 2011 handling of Missouri river flood from lawmakers.
Radio Story - Senate Committee hears public testimony regarding the impact of the 2011 flooding.
Newspaper Story - The Capitol heightened its security after six legislators found crosshair stickers outside their offices Tuesday.
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers consider altering law on reporting sexual abuse of children.
Radio Story - MoDOT says making I-70 a toll road would be a solution to the infrastructure problem on the 60 year old highway.
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