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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
Updated at 7:49 PM

Although the vote Monday night, May 18, did not change the current fireworks ordinance, the Rolla City Council showed its willingness to call a halt to fireworks blasting at 11 p.m. instead of midnight on the nights leading up to Independence Day.

Updated at 7:47 PM

More than 900 members of law enforcement agencies from Phelps and Pulaski counties ran to raise money for individuals with special needs and disabilities Thursday.

Updated at 7:46 PM

The annual audit of Phelps County Regional Medical Center was reviewed by the hospital board of trustees Wednesday night in a special meeting with the auditors.

Updated at 7:44 PM

State auditor to meet Tuesday to begin review

Updated at 7:43 PM

A Republican candidate for Missouri secretary of state on Thursday filed an initiative petition that would allow the Legislature to require voters to present photo identification at the polls.

Updated at 7:42 PM

St. Peters Rep. Robert Cornejo has entered what could be a crowded race for Missouri House majority leader.

Updated at 7:39 PM

This could be a noisy summer for southeastern and western Missouri. A brood of 17-year periodical cicadas will emerge in northwestern Missouri and a brood of 13-year periodical cicadas will surface in southeastern Missouri.

Updated at 7:37 PM

Ever since I discovered these very pretty but invasive plants are killing everything that grows under them, I have been trying to remove them from my one-acre hillside garden.

Updated at 7:35 PM

Two Missouri soldiers took top honors when 14 Guardsmen from seven states competed in tests of physical and mental endurance during the annual Region V Best Warrior Competition at Fort Leonard Wood last week.

Updated at 7:32 PM

Naturally Meramec Consortium, a grant-sponsored group through the Meramec Regional Planning Commission (MRPC), held its first meeting in Pulaski County at Cellar 66 in Waynesville March 24 and asked attendants to identify business needs that the...

Updated at 7:31 PM

A hands-on, interactive summer workshop to promote cybersecurity awareness and educate Missouri K-12 teachers will take place this June at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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