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  • Orlando First Academy ATH Kwadarrius Smith commits to Mizzou for track, football

    Orlando First Academy ATH Kwadarrius Smith commits to Mizzou for track, football
    Orlando First Academy athlete Kwadarrius 'Kwad' Smith, the Florida Class 1A 100-meter state champion and a member of TFA's 2012 state semifinal football squad, has committed to the University of Missouri on a track scholarship. He said he will also be a...
  • 2 allegedly planned to bomb Gateway Arch, kill local prosecutor and police chief

    ST. LOUIS Two men indicted last week on federal weapons charges allegedly had plans to bomb the Gateway Arch and to kill St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch and Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson. Sources close to the investigation said...
  • Ferguson library receiving outpouring of support, money

    FERGUSON, Mo. The Ferguson Municipal Public Library, which has acted as an "ad-hoc school" when classrooms closed, has drawn donations of more than $175,000 in less than two days after famous authors such as Neil Gaiman tweeted their support. "It doesn't...
  • Two men indicted on weapons charges allegedly planned to bomb Gateway Arch

    ST. LOUIS Two men indicted last week on federal weapons charges allegedly had plans to bomb the Gateway Arch and to kill St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch and Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has learned....
  • Brown family attorney decries process as cleanup begins in Ferguson

    FERGUSON, Mo. An attorney for Michael Brown's family said Tuesday morning that the grand jury process to determine justice in the shooting of the unarmed "should be indicted." The comments from Benjamin Crump came during a news conference at Greater St....
  • 4 Kansas laboratories work on ending famine

    MANHATTAN, Kan. Can a wasp feed the world? It can help. If its larvae are nurtured near millet fields where a devastating moth steals harvests from the field, they can grow to become predators that destroy the pests and save a crop. And that might put...
  • Diane Stafford: Workplace bullying: A scourge that's hard to define, harder to root out

    Ever since the National Football League acknowledged that a 312-pound offensive lineman could be emotionally upended by teammate harassment, workplace bullying has been getting a slo-mo review. A national suvey says 1 in 4 workers have been bullied at...
  • A Chinese Watches Democracy In Action

    A Chinese Watches Democracy In Action
    I lived in mainland China until I was 24 and never got the chance to vote for our government leaders or even meet my provincial governors. Average people in China don't vote for their political leaders. This week, after living in this country for the...
  • Monsanto has eye on Election Day battles over GMO labeling, cultivation

    The folks at Monsanto will be eagerly watching election results in several states Tuesday as the battle rages on over how we treat genetically modified foods. The Creve Coeur, Mo.-based agriculture giant, along with several other high-profile leaders...
  • U. of I. revamping admissions date after record deferrals

    U. of I. revamping admissions date after record deferrals
    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has changed its admissions system with the hope that no more students will feel like B-list applicants, invited to join the class only after getting a second look. In an effort to make students from...
  • Corporate boards look to high-profile directors

    Corporate boards look to high-profile directors
    When T. Rowe Price Group looked to add a director to its board last month, the Baltimore money manager chose someone with widespread name recognition: former Sen. Olympia J. Snowe of Maine. Earlier this year, Price added another notable figure to its...