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2008 Crime Stories
Radio Story - A letter containing white powder is intercepted on its way to the governor's office.
Newspaper Story - FBI launches investigation into extortion threats
Radio Story - FBI launches investigation into extortion threats against a St. Louis company.
Radio Story - A Missouri County Sheriff committed suicide a few weeks before losing his election by two votes.
Radio Story - A northern Missouri murder trial is renewing debate over a recent law that legalizes the right to kill home intruders.
Newspaper Story - The GOP candidate for attorney general proposes a crackdown on cybercrime
Radio Story - Stock Market Crashing
Radio Story - 300 illegal aliens are behind bars and Governor Blunt is the reason according to his office
Radio Story - A spokesperson from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources said high gas prices in Missouri could be due to price gouging by oil companies.
Radio Story - Democratic Party Head says Scott Muschany should Immediately Resign
Newspaper Story - Summary about bills that have passed through the chamber today
Radio Story - The Speaker of the House is one of the lone supporters of a bill that was repealed by the Missouri House.
Radio Story - Senate Approves Bill Giving Identity Theft Victims right to Credit
Radio Story - The House Crime Prevention Committee heard a constitutional amendment that would allow the retrospective application of sex offender registration laws.
Radio Story - The House Crime Prevention Committee passed a measure that would consider cyber-bullying a harassment crime.
Radio Story - A bill that would create a Children's Bill of Rights in court faced controversy from the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman.
Radio Story - Governor Blunt calls on Missouri courts to issue execution dates for pending delath penalty cases
Newspaper Story - Gov. Blunt and Jay Nixon have called upon the state to resume executions after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled lethal injection constitutional.
Radio Story - The sexual affairs between a teacher and his 13-year-old student prompted legislation that made its way from the House to the Senate.
Radio Story - A bill that would protect student from sexual misconduct passed the Missouri House in a 139 to six landslide and made its way to the Senate Education Committee.
Radio Story - St. Louis will finally get control of its own police department if a last-second change doesn't hold the bill back. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - A Senate Bill that would make the death penalty possible for those convicted of child rape faced opposition at a Monday Judiciary Hearing.
Radio Story - With only six weeks remaining in the legislature, a bill that seeks a moratorium of the death penalty in Missouri may have arrived too late. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Newspaper Story - House bill to create a death penalty commission and empose a moratorium until January 2011.
Radio Story - The House Urban Issues Committee approved a bill that would give the city of St. Louis complete control over its police for the first time since the Cival War.
Radio Story - A bill supporting the use of medical marijauna has more sponsors than ever before, but supporters aren't holding their breath.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's House votes to ban drugs that induce abortions.
Radio Story - Someone swearing at a friend could be charged with harrassment and a class D felony if Republican Representative Joe Smith's bill gets passed. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - For the second time this year, the hearing of a bill that would allow the city of Saint Louis complete control over its police force has been cancelled.
Radio Story - Missouri House passed an amendment that could ban chemical abortion.
Radio Story - Senate Commitee sinks the legal blood alcohol limit for boaters.
Radio Story - The Senate unanimously voted to expand the DNA database by adding minors who commit a felony or sexual offense
Newspaper Story - Senate voted on Monday to expand DNA database to include juveniles who committed certain offenses
Radio Story - A Senate Committee passed changes to sober up boating on Missouri waterways Monday.
Newspaper Story - Sex offenders are major targets this legislative session
Newspaper Story - Missouri senators spent Monday night debating dogs, and what do with violent power-bred breeds who commit violence
Radio Story - Missouri's House Education Committee chair Jane Cunningham says sexual misconduct by teachers is one of the Elementary and Secondary Education Committee's top priorities for this year's legislative process. The issue was raised in this weekend's edition of the public television program Jeff City Journal covered by Rebecca Layne.
Radio Story - Kirkwood shooting calls Missouri gun control laws into question.
Radio Story - Kirkwood shootings have one legislator calling for a repeal of Missouri conceal and carry laws.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers attempt to prohibit lawsuits against businesses for failing to protect their customers against possible crimes.
Radio Story - Legislators take sex offender law online with new language to include online identities in databases.
Radio Story - One of the Democratic candidates for attorney general has proposed a crackdown on methamphetamines,-.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Senate is looking at legislation to strengthen laws against cyber harassment
Radio Story - The suicide of a St. Charles teen has influenced a bill that would modify antibullying policies enacted in school districts.
Radio Story - St. Louis Senator Maida Coleman stressed the importance of local control for the St. Louis Police Force
Radio Story - Missouri's House Crime Committee was urged Tuesday afternoon to block sex offenders from college dorms.
Newspaper Story - Ammendment would require a sex offender registry serach of all university housing applicants
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