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2008 Safety Stories
Radio Story - A letter containing white powder is intercepted on its way to the governor's office.
Radio Story - Letters with mysterious white powder inside were sent to 6 governors around the country and one of those letters was addressed to Gov. Matt Blunt right here in Missouri.
Radio Story - The letter sent to Gov. Blunt with a mysterious powder substance turns out to be harmless.
Radio Story - Missouri rivers may end up dryer than you think if a bill banning certain types of alcohol and containers makes it through the legislature when the session starts up in January.
Radio Story - Not a flake of snow has fallen over Missouri but when it does, the Missouri Transportation Department says they have it covered.
Radio Story - No Requirements for Lead
Radio Story - Non-profit organizations have less money.
Newspaper Story - Storm water control amendment
Radio Story - Missouri Highways Behind the times
Radio Story - Heavy rains lead to harmful fungus that pet owners need to watch out for.
Radio Story - 300 illegal aliens are behind bars and Governor Blunt is the reason according to his office
Radio Story - Lieutenant Governor Kinder issues an executive order for flood response following heavy rain.
Radio Story - Missouri National Guard Troops are in Louisiana helping the state get ready for hurricanes. Brenda Martens has more with the story.
Radio Story - The increase in rainfall, some experts say, has led to an increase in mold in and around buildings.
Radio Story - Missouri Senators stalled progress on a bill that would make it legal to ride a motorcycle without a helmet.
Radio Story - Senators crash motorcycle helmet law with fillibuster.
Radio Story - Alcohol related offenders could be required to use a breathalizer.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri House voted to extend laws against coercion of abortions.
Radio Story - Missouri Republicans agree that polygamous relationships are wrong but how the state deals with children in those cases is a delicate matter.
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 - Missouri voters would have the opportunity to raise sales tax to support veterans under a bill passed by the House.
Radio Story - While the Missouri Senate talked about administration proposals and tax breaks for foreign companies, the House passed a bill to crack down on illegal foreigners.
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 - Bare headed bikers get the okay from the Missouri House
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 - Two years after the Taum Sauk reservoir catastrophe, legislators are still figuring out what to do.
Radio Story - While Illinois tries to reduce the age of permit drivers, Missouri stays resrticted.
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 - Senate Commitee sinks the legal blood alcohol limit for boaters.
Radio Story - A Senate Committee passed changes to sober up boating on Missouri waterways Monday.
Radio Story - A type of staph infection known as MRSA has spurred the sponsorship of a bill that would require all staph infection cases be reported to the Department of Health and Senior Services. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - It's been a bumpy journey in the debate over midwifery but the issue still gained supportive testimoney from mothers at the Senate Pensions committee hearing on Wednesday.
Radio Story - One of the Democratic candidates for attorney general has proposed a crackdown on methamphetamines,-.
Radio Story - Being Governor entitled Matt Blunt to use the Highway Patrol as his security. But Tuesday night's State of the State address brought a different four legged from of security the state capitol was not used to.
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