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    Police chief sues to overturn will of the voters, make gun rights 'alienable'
    When Missourians voted overwhelmingly in favor of Amendment 5, which amends the Missouri constitution to state that the right to keep and bear arms in "unalienable," they did so in defiance of the wishes of St. Louis Police chief Sam...
  • Police officer shot in Ferguson
    Police officer shot in Ferguson
    There is still no rest for Ferguson, Missouri, the town where a white police officer, Darren Wilson, shot and killed an unarmed young black man, Michael Brown, on Aug. 9, sparking civil unrest, town curfews and ongoing protests. On the evening of...
  • Biggest upsets in college football in Week 5 of 2014 season
    Biggest upsets in college football in Week 5 of 2014 season
    The following is a list of the biggest upsets that occurred in college football in Week 5 of the 2014 college football season which ended on Saturday, September, 27, 2014. There were a ton of big upsets this week from a point spread view, as seven...
  • Chateau on The Lake Resort and Spa
    Fall color in Missouri's Ozarks
    Looking for beautiful fall foliage without traveling to the northeast? Missouri’s picturesque Ozark Mountains draw Texans seeking an abundance of fall colors in a romantic setting--and within reasonable driving distance from Austin.Leaves...
  • Luke burgers
    St. Louis 'open carry walk' will celebrate Amendment 5, raise awareness
    On October 25, gun rights advocates will hold an "Open Carry/Firearm Education Walk" in St. Louis, to raise awareness of the right to carry unconcealed firearms, particularly in light of recently strengthened protections of that right....
  • Biggest upsets in college football in Week 4 of 2014 season
    Biggest upsets in college football in Week 4 of 2014 season
    The following is a list of the biggest upsets that took place on Saturday, September 20, 2014, during Week 4 of the college football season. Two of the upsets were over ranked teams and probably ruined both teams hopes of getting into the national...
  • Doug Enyart
    Exclusive: Interview with congressional candidate Doug Enyart
    2014 is an election year in Missouri, and Examiner.com is sitting down with some of the candidates in key races so that the voters will be able to make informed decisions. The next in this series is a phone interview with congressional candidate...
  • Odessa Missouri Weather forecast for Sept 18
    Odessa weather forecast for September 18, 2014
    Expect cloudy skies and fog as your head out the door this morning. The fog will burn off by mid morning with gradual clearing this afternoon. Temperatures will reach the mid 70s for highs. Tomorrow we will see plenty of sunshine with highs in the...
  • The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri
    Do not visit St. Louis without going to the top of the Gateway Arch
    After watching “The Great Food Truck Race” last night, on Food Network, seeing the food trucks drive into St. Louis, that giant arch was something to behold. Last year, after a brief stop in St. Louis, Missouri, on the way home from...
  • 20 Photos of the hottest Missouri Tigers college football cheerleaders in 2014
    20 Photos of the hottest Missouri Tigers college football cheerleaders in 2014
    The following is a slideshow of 20 photos of the hottest Missouri Tigers college football cheerleaders in 2014. Some of the photos in the slideshow are from prior years.As you can see in the photos, Missouri has some of the hottest cheerleaders in...
  • Time keeps on ticking
    Missouri veto override a victory for armed citizens, but ignites hypocrisy
    When Missouri lawmakers last night overrode Democrat Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of legislation that will prohibit local governments from banning open carry, it was a victory for Show Me State gun owners, no matter how they choose to carry, but...
  • Michael Sam
    Dallas Cowboys add DE Michael Sam to practice squad
    After the St. Louis Rams chose to part ways with rookie defensive end Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in the NFL was put on waivers with every team in the league having a chance to claim the Missouri product. Unfortunately for Sam, the 24...
  • Missouri police sued for millions: Lawsuit filed over alleged police brutality
    Missouri police sued for millions: Lawsuit filed over alleged police brutality
    Missouri police have been hit with a $40 million to $200 million dollar lawsuit, filed on behalf of six plaintiffs, that allege actions taken by Missouri cops attempting to quell week long riots after the August 9 Michael Brown shooting amounted...
  • stop the killing
    "No, not again."
    Colin Gordon, Ph.D., author, historian and author of Growing Apart: A Political History of American Inequality has written about racial segregation in St. Louis County. He says that the violence in Ferguson fits squarely within Ferguson’s...
  • Rich Hill: Missouri's rural America
    Rich Hill documentary depicts America's other ghetto
    Rich Hill is a revealing and timely documentary depicting American rural life, according to the Washington Post. The true-life documentary seeks to tell the story of three young boys growing up in a rural area of Missouri known as Rich Hill. The...