BC-MO--Missouri News Digest 2:20 pm, MO
Here’s a look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Missouri.
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AROUND THE STATE:
JEFFERSON CITY _ The Missouri State Capitol has recently completed an effort to restore and conserve the building’s murals that provide visitors with snapshots of the state’s history. SENT: 310 words.
MISSISSIPPI RIVER BLUFFS WIND FARM
VALMEYER, Ill. _ Environmentalists in southern Illinois have raised concerns that a proposed wind turbine project will diminish the area’s natural beauty and hurt animal habitat. SENT: 400 words. NOTE Missouri interest.
_ STREET RACE-CHILD EJECTED_ A St. Louis man accused of causing a crash while drag racing that severely injured his 2-year-old son has been given a suspended sentence.
_ DOUBLE HOMICIDE-HILLSDALE _ Police in suburban St. Louis say a man and a woman have been found dead inside a home after callers reported hearing shots fired.
_ UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COMMENCEMENT _ More than 2,200 students will receive their degrees this weekend at commencement services at the University of Missouri.
_ MO-POLICE CHASE SHOOTING-PLEA _ A man who fired at Boone County deputies from a stolen vehicle has pleaded guilty to several federal charges.
_ TUTOR-STUDENT ABUSE-SENTENCE _ A 30-year-old Springfield man who worked as a private tutor has been sentenced to federal prison for sexually assaulting a 10-year-old student.
SPORTS IN BRIEF:
_SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ST-THE CITADEL_ Kaiden Rice and Matt Frierson made five 3-pointers each and The Citadel beat Southeast Missouri 86-74 on Saturday for its sixth straight victory.
_ HKN--BLUES-BORTUZZO _ The Blues have signed veteran defenseman Robert Bortuzzo to a three-year extension worth $1.375 million per season.AP Photo MOJR117.
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