Paul George has a new home, and Russell Westbrook has a new star teammate."AP Sources: Pacers trade forward Paul George to Thunder"
The Latest on the first day of NHL free agency (all times ET):"The Latest: Kings sign Cammalleri to 1-year, $1M deal"
JEFFERSON CITY, MO, JUNE 29, 2017 – On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services began a systematic effort to trap and collect ticks at Meramec State Park. Following the collection process, the agencies began testing the ticks for any kind of tick-borne illness. According to the Department of Health and Senior Services, the two most common diseases spread by tick bites in Missouri are…"Tick study under way at Meramec State Park"
U.S. stock indexes edged higher in midday trading Friday, recovering some of their losses from a day earlier. Consumer-focused companies and industrials stocks led the gainers. Energy companies also rose as crude oil prices headed higher. Phone and real estate companies were down the most. Investors were sizing up the latest company earnings and deal news and adjusting portfolios in the final hours of the second quarter."US stock indexes edge higher in midday trading; oil rises"
Negotiations with China regarding the details of an agreement to ship U.S. beef to China have been ongoing for the last few months, and were finalized early last week"U.S. Ships First Beef to China: What Does this Mean for Cattle Producers?"
A look at what’s happening all around the majors today:"LEADING OFF: Nats missing Turner, Grichuk back on track"
This year, the US beef business started off strong with good demand, and thus far has managed to sustain that momentum, beyond expectations"If Cattle is Your Business, Then You Know – Business is Good! Economist Derrell Peel Explains Why"
Today, Governor Eric Greitens vetoed a bill that would have asked Missouri taxpayers to pay for a new building for dancers and art students in Kansas City. The bill passed the Missouri Senate 28-4 and passed the House 117-39. In a statement first posted to his Facebook page, the Governor said: “Politicians are addicted to spending your money. This year, they passed a bill that would put taxpayers on the hook for…"Governor Greitens Issues His First Veto"