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Missouri: State in the central United States
Missouri is a state in the Midwestern United States. With over six million residents, it is the 18th-most populous state of the Union. The largest urban areas are St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield and Columbia; the capital is Jefferson City. The state is the 21st-most extensive in area. Missouri is bordered by eight states : Iowa to the north, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee to the east, Arkansas to the south and Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska to the west. In the south are the Ozarks, a forested highland, providing timber, minerals and recreation. The Missouri River, after which the state is named, flows through the center of the state into the Mississippi River, which makes up Missouri's eastern border.


An 11-year-old gave birth, Missouri police said. Three of her relatives are facing charges

Three family members are facing charges after an 11-year-old girl gave birth in her suburban St. Louis home, authorities said. - Published

German firms Bayer and BASF fight $265m US fine over weedkiller

Bayer and BASF are told to pay huge damages to a Missouri peach-grower.
BBC News - Published

Videos for Missouri

Parade for Kansas City Chiefs brings out a sea of red [Video]Parade for Kansas City Chiefs brings out a sea of red

The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their Super Bowl victory Wednesday with a parade in their home state of Missouri, with thousands of fans lining the streets decked out in the team's red and white..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:41Published

Chiefs, 49ers to meet in Super Bowl LIV [Video]Chiefs, 49ers to meet in Super Bowl LIV


Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:51Published

U.S. lawmakers unconvinced by Trump Iran argument, set war powers vote [Video]U.S. lawmakers unconvinced by Trump Iran argument, set war powers vote

Trump administration officials failed to convince many U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday that an imminent threat had justified the killing of a top Iranian military commander, and congressional Democrats..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 02:45Published


U.S. peach grower awarded $265 million from Bayer, BASF in weedkiller lawsuit

A Missouri jury's $265 million award to peach grower Bill Bader in his lawsuit against herbicide providers Bayer and BASF has raised the stakes for the two companies as at least 140 similar cases head..
Reuters - Published

U.S. farmer wins $265 million weedkiller award from Bayer, BASF lawsuit

A Missouri jury's $265 million award to peach grower Bill Bader in his lawsuit against herbicide providers Bayer and BASF has raised the stakes for the two companies as at least 140 similar cases head..
Reuters - Published

Bayer to appeal $265 million U.S. damages award on dicamba weedkiller

German agrochemicals group Bayer said on Sunday it would appeal a U.S. jury's $265 million damages award against it and BASF in favor of a Missouri farmer who said the company's dicamba herbicide had..
Reuters - Published

Librarians Could Face Charges for ‘Age-Inappropriate’ Material Under Proposal

A bill introduced in Missouri is aimed at events like “Drag Queen Story Hours,” the measure’s sponsor said. - Published

Kansas City (Missouri) Police Department wins Twitter after Chiefs win Super Bowl

When fans in Kansas City started to celebrate the Chiefs' Super Bowl victory, police in Missouri had some fun and gave geography lessons on Twitter. - Published

Trump Mistakenly Congratulates Kansas City, Kan., on Its Super Bowl Win

The Kansas City Chiefs play in Missouri, a fact that people on Twitter didn’t hesitate to point out. - Published

Donald Trump deletes tweet after congratulating Kansas, not Missouri, for Chiefs' Super Bowl win

President Donald Trump praised the Chiefs for their Super Bowl win but initially congratulated Kansas, not Missouri. - Published

Slip-up incites laughter on the Senate floor.

Senator Roy Blunt mixed up Senator Martha McSally with his fellow Missourian, Claire McCaskill, who lost her Senate seat in 2018. - Published

Adorable 3-year-old leads his pre-K class in lunchtime prayer

An adorable 3-year-old from Missouri was filmed leading his class in a sweet prayer before lunch. - Published

Brad Pitt gives fellow Kansas City Chiefs fan 'greatest Sunday ever'

A family of Kansas City football fans experienced "the greatest Sunday ever" when they tossed a Chiefs hat to Missouri-raised Brad Pitt on the red carpet. - Published

Security guard 'definitely saved lives' by killing shooter at Kansas City bar, police say

A Missouri security guard was lauded as a hero after shooting a gunman who killed one person and wounded 15 more outside a Kansas City nightclub. - Published

Cricket fries, the seats of government, bighorn release: News from around our 50 states

Koala-naming contest at California zoo to benefit Australian wildlife, Missouri couple die on same day after nearly 65 years together, and more - Published

Two killed, 15 others hurt in Kansas City shooting

Police say an armed security guard shot and killed a man suspected of fatally shooting a woman and injuring 15 more people outside a bar in Kansas City, Missouri. (Jan. 20) - Published

Kansas City Police: 2 dead, 15 hurt in shooting

Police in Kansas City, Missouri, say at least two people are dead and 15 people were reportedly injured in a shooting outside a bar. (Jan. 20) - Published

Prosecutors Want New Trials for Flawed Convictions. What Happens When States Say No?

Prosecutors nationwide say there is evidence of innocence for Lamar Johnson, who was convicted of murder. But Missouri’s attorney general said a new trial would violate state law. - Published

Accused British member of 'Dark Overlord' hacking collective appears in U.S. court

A man from the United Kingdom who prosecutors say was a member of the hacking collective known as "The Dark Overlord" appeared in a federal court in St. Louis, Missouri, on Wednesday following his..
Reuters - Published

Puppy sleepovers, paisley-patterned botanic garden: News from around our 50 states

EPA downgrades ozone rating for parts of Colorado, context added to Andrew Jackson statues in Missouri, and more - Published

'Mixed bag of glop' prompts weather alerts for 25 million Americans, threatens commutes from Missouri to DC

Some areas could see a foot of snow, others could just see ice, snow or rain – or a "mixed bag of glop," forecasters said. - Published

GM to invest $1.5B in Missouri plant

gm to invest $1.5b in missouri plant
WENTZVILLE, Mo. -- General Motors will invest $1.5 billion to make what it calls the "next generation" of midsize pickups at its plant near St. Louis, the company's president said Friday. GM will use..
WorldNews - Published

Planned Parenthood funding argued in Missouri

Government funding for Missouri Planned Parenthood clinics is at stake in a lawsuit argued before the state Supreme Court on Tuesday. (Dec.10 ) - Published

Reid Johnson

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Reid Johnson, age 12, Granby, MO went to be with his Lord and...
WorldNews - Published

Grieving couple 'shocked' after Missouri hospital says stillborn baby's remains are gone

Cox Medical Center South in Springfield, Missouri says an infant's remains are unaccounted for. Authorities are investigating "suspicious activity." - Published

Barry Odom out as Missouri coach after four seasons

Barry Odom is out after compiling a 25-25 record in four seasons as coach of Missouri. The Tigers started 5-1 this seasons before five defeat in row. - Published

12 sets of twins born at one Missouri hospital

Some of the nurses at a Kansas City, Missouri, hospital have their hands full. They're setting a possible record while taking care of 12 sets of twins, who were all born premature. Errol Barnett..
CBS News - Published

Hospital caring for record 12 sets of twins

A hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, calls it a new record. Staff spent the holiday weekend carrying for 12 new-born sets of twins. They were all born early. Errol Barnett reports.
CBS News - Published

Record 12 sets of newborns twins born in Missouri

Helen Ransom knows the road ahead may be uncertain for the parents, but they should never forget their first time cradling their children.
CBS News - Published

Parents create tool for kids with spina bifida

When their son was diagnosed with severe form spina bifida, these parents from Missouri wished there was a way for him to get around. So, they invented "The Frog," which is a crawling device they now..
CBS News - Published

College football coaches on the move: Five questions as changes loom

Florida State, Arkansas, Southern Cal and Missouri are among the schools that have head coach openings or could have them in the coming week. - Published

Homes demolished after buyouts in flood-prone town

The small flood-prone town of Mosby, Missouri, is disappearing one house at a time as the government buys and demolishes homes there. (Nov. 24) - Published

U.S. charges Chinese national with stealing trade secrets: Justice Department

A Chinese national who worked for Monsanto before it was purchased by Bayer AG was charged in St. Louis, Missouri, on Thursday with stealing trade secrets for China, the U.S. Justice Department said.
Reuters - Published

300 people in line to adopt "unicorn" dog

Narwhal, a puppy born with an extra tail on his face, made headlines this week. Now, there’s a list of 300 people who are ready to adopt him — and someone even offered to buy him for $7,000...
CBS News - Published

After duck boat tragedy that left 17 dead in Missouri, NTSB again recommends changes

Federal agencies are still investigating the sinking that left 17 people dead. - Published

Coast Guard Ignored Calls for Safeguards Before Duck Boat Sank, Report Says

The National Transportation Safety Board said it had warned of the dangers of duck boats, like the one that sank near Branson, Mo., killing 17 people. - Published

'It's OK to be different': Meet Narwhal, the 'unicorn' rescue puppy with a tail growing out of his head

Narwhal, a 10-week-old puppy brought to a Missouri dog rescue, has a tail growing out of his head. He's already a social media sensation. - Published

Missouri sheriff's office sees baby boom after raises

One county in Missouri has a posse of 17 new sheriff's deputies, all of them less than a year old
CBS News - Published

Puppy with tail on his head rescued

Thousands of "likes" pour in for a Missouri rescue centre and the "unicorn" dog with a tail on his brow.
BBC News - Published

Missouri sheriff's department sees baby boom with 17 babies born in one year

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s office, just south of St. Louis, Missouri, has 17 new babies in their department -- all of them less than a year old. Meg Oliver reports.
CBS News - Published

Meteor spotted streaking across the midwest sky

The American Meteor Society said a meteor was heading east to west in the sky between St. Louis and Columbia, Missouri. - Published

Kansas City voters: Street name wrong way to honor Martin Luther King Jr

Voters in Kansas City, Missouri, have reversed a decision by city leaders to name a street after slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr, in a contest both sides characterized as being sparked..
Reuters - Published

Kansas City Voters Remove Martin Luther King’s Name From Boulevard

After contentious debate, the Missouri city christened a street after the civil rights leader this year. Residents decided to revert it to Paseo Boulevard. - Published

Kansas City votes on removing MLK's name on street

After nearly a year of debate that included charges of racism on one side and claims city officials bypassed rules on the other, Kansas City, Missouri, residents will decide on removing Martin Luther.. - Published

Blunt says Senate Intel Committee wants to see Mueller report before concluding probe

Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the Mueller investigation and President Trump's national emergency declaration.
CBS News - Published

Armed man at Walmart pleads guilty to lower charge

A man who caused panic after entering a Missouri Walmart wearing body armor and carrying loaded firearms has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge than the more serious terrorist-related felony he.. - Published

Blunt says Mexican tariffs send "biggest message" to China

Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the agreement U.S. and Mexican officials reached over the weekend to avoid tariffs.
CBS News - Published

Bill Geist on "Lake of the Ozarks: My Surreal Summers in a Vanishing America"

In his new book, "Lake of the Ozarks: My Surreal Summers in a Vanishing America," "Sunday Morning" correspondent Bill Geist shares memories of his youth working at Missouri's Beautiful Lake of the..
CBS News - Published

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens facing possible impeachment, says he won't quit

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens insists he will not step down, despite that he is facing possible impeachment. St. Louis KMOX radio hosts Mike Kelley and John Hancock joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss..
CBS News - Published

Missouri governor says Planned Parenthood clinic in jeopardy

Missouri Governor Mike Parson spoke publicly for the first time since Planned Parenthood announced its St. Louis clinic's license to perform abortions is in jeopardy of not being renewed. CBS News..
CBS News - Published

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