(stltoday) - Two Lindenwood University student reporters say they were questioned for more than an hour and a half by nearly 15 St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department officers and detectives who noticed them filming footage of department patrol cars from a public sidewalk, according to a Nov. 1 letter from the university to St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson.
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” Republicans seized control of the Senate and strengthened their hold on the House in a wave of Election Day victories Tuesday that served as a repudiation of President Barack Obama's second-term policies and put a series of Democratic-leaning states â€” including Obama's home, Illinois â€” under control of new Republican governors.
Farmers must decide whether or not to plant wheat this year because of late planting dates. Planting date has a big effect on wheat yield and profitability, said Bill Wiebold, University of Missouri Extension specialist.
OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV/AP) - Buried in a lengthy 26-page news release about its "transformation plan," Overland Park-based wireless carrier Sprint announced Monday afternoon that the company will eliminate 2,000 jobs or about 5 percent of its staff.
A Trenton High School student, Alvynne Villacampa was named to the Top All Northwest District Band while another Trenton student, Ellis Gilham received a 1st chair in the 2nd All Northwest District Band.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) â€” A terminally ill woman who renewed a nationwide debate about physician-assisted suicide has ended her young life with the lethal drugs available under Oregon's Death With Dignity Law. Brittany Maynard was 29.