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October 2012 Stories
Radio Story - With less than one week until the election, Missouri's candidates for governor spar over failed Mamtek factory.
Newspaper Story - Spence: Nixon 'nowhere to be found' on Mamtek failure
Radio Story - Missouri Department of Transportation runs snow plows on state roads to test snow removal...without the snow.
Radio Story - Missouri running out of time to decide whether or not to expand Medicaid for 452,000 people
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmaker's have to decide to expand Medicaid by the 2013 budget or leave many uninsured.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 22, 2012
Radio Story - An MU Athletic Department employee initially tried to dispute $6400 spent at a Las Vegas Strip Club
Newspaper Story - A few Missouri lawmakers are working on bonding bills to make capital improvements
Radio Story - The Joint Education Committee heard testimony Tuesday about its new higher education funding formula
Radio Story - MU Athletics tightening rules on department credit cards after one staffer's $7,600 strip club escapade last year
Radio Story - Water lines have been shut off while workers repair a mainline break
Radio Story - Jefferson City Public Schools close after water main breaks
Radio Story - Wednesday auction in Moberly will pay off former Mamtek CEO's debt.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 15, 2012
Newspaper Story - Missouri legislators discussed a tax plan Thursday to generate $750 million for the state's highways.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Republican Party demands Lt. Gov. candidate Susan Montee's tax returns
Newspaper Story - @EdMartin4MO camp counters P-D column, says it IS talking to newspaper ed boards
Newspaper Story - Mo. Department of Social Services: no TANF applicants or recipients have been drug-tested under 2011 law
Radio Story - DSS: No TANF drug tests have been administered under 2011 law
Newspaper Story - Claire McCaskill spends an afternoon waiting tables and looks to hold onto her slight lead over Todd Akin
Radio Story - St. Louis Public Schools gains provisional accreditation, state appointed board still in power
Radio Story - Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill serves tables in Columbia's Flat Branch restaurant.
Radio Story - The state Board of Education president questions granting provisional accreditation to St. Louis city schools.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 8, 2012
Newspaper Story - Trailer rent for Joplin tornado victims could be too high for low-income families when FEMA starts charging rent
Newspaper Story - St. Louis Public Schools see a turnaround, but it still might not be enough
Radio Story - Silver Haired Legislature approves senior-related issues to bring before state lawmakers
Radio Story - Two Missouri policymakers want to pass a bonding bill in the next legislative session.
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
Radio Story - Panel set to announce state Supreme Court nominees
Radio Story - October 10 marks the last day to register to vote in Missouri
Radio Story - Controversial Senatorial candidate Todd Akin reaches $1 million in online donations
Radio Story - Missouri has less representation in Washington D.C. because of illegal immigration.
Radio Story - State funding for Nixon's
Radio Story - The University of Missouri system is one of nearly 500 public universities to join Project Degree Completion
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 1, 2012
Newspaper Story - Rep. Chris Kelly, Missouri convenience store group bring their arguments to Columbia on cigarette tax
Radio Story - Opponents clash on cigarette tax on November ballot
Newspaper Story - A proposal to raise Missouri's cigarette tax will be put before voters in November.
Newspaper Story - Voters will get to weigh in on selection of Missouri judges in November.
Radio Story - Glitches incur with non-traditional source of funding for Nixon's business and education revitalization program.
Radio Story - Proposal to increase tobacco tax on November's ballot
Radio Story - The EPA has awarded Joplin with $2.4 million in federal funding for testing and cleanup of contaminated soil.
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon challenges hunters to donate 10,000 deer this season to help feed the hungry.
Radio Story - The NRA has endorsed its only Democrat this election season in Attorney General Chris Koster
Newspaper Story - St. Louis police force is looking to gain local control on the November ballot.
Radio Story - Despite price increases, Missourians won't see a bacon shortage
Radio Story - Amendment 3 causes controversy for the Missouri Non-partisan Court Plan
Radio Story - One Missouri House representative and State Senate candidate calls for ban on gifts to legislators.
Radio Story - St Louis police are looking to gain local control of the police force for the first time in over 100 years.
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