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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. • The Illinois Senate Executive Committee defeated legislation allowing the public possession of firearms, a bill that just last week passed the House 85-30.
The Democratic-controlled committee voted 6-8 on Tuesday. Opponents objected to the plan sponsored by Democratic Sen. Gary Forby of Benton, saying it'd curb all local firearms ordinances.
Committee Chairman Don Harmon, an Oak Park Democrat, says such pre-emption is "a bridge too far."
The committee's taking up a Democratic measure that leaves local firearms regulations in place — city ordinances such as Chicago's assault-weapons ban.
A fake UPS driver is in custody after allegedly tying up and robbing an Ellisville woman a month ago.
Tyson McGuire faces several felony charges including theft and kidnapping. Police say on April 27 McGuire posed as the delivery driver and after the victim opened the door, he barged into her house and taped her to the stove. That is when McGuire allegedly stole several items from her home.
St. Louis City Police learned where McGuire was staying and shared that with Ellisville Police who arrested him.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis police are searching for thieves who stole items from a Radio Shack after apparently using a truck to ram the cinder-block back of the store.
The abandoned truck was found nearby.
The crime happened about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Central West End. About $1,000 in merchandise was taken from the store. It was the latest of several smash-and-grab crimes in St. Louis in recent weeks.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Some adoption advocates say Gov. Jay Nixon should veto new Missouri legislation dealing with international law because it could complicate overseas adoptions.
The legislation would make court rulings unenforceable if they use rulings or decisions based upon foreign laws that are inconsistent with the state and U.S. constitutions.
The Jefferson City News Tribune reports adoption advocates are concerned about the measure. Lutheran Family and Children's Services said it could mean Missouri would not recognize an adoption decree that is completed in the child's birth country.
Sen. Brian Nieves says people opposed to the legislation are using "dishonest tactics." Nieves, a Republican from Washington, Mo., says many critics have ignored that the legislation targets foreign laws inconsistent with the constitution.
It seems reports of the demise of the postal service are greatly exaggerated.
The USPS has several job openings. The next two job fairs are on Thursday and Friday at the post offices in Washington and Imperial, Missouri respectively. News of open jobs is welcome news after rumors of lay-offs dogged the agency earlier this year.
Saturday mail delivery was designated for cuts, but legislators approved a bill that would mandate Saturday delivery.
A link to the application process is here.
You can see a job description here.
Remaining job fairs this week:
Thursday, May 30, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Washington Post Office
1777 Washington Crossing
Washington, MO 63091-9998
Friday, May 31, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Imperial Post Office
6035 W. Outer Rd
Imperial, MO 63052-9998
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Illinois Senate Democrats are crafting concealed carry legislation that doesn't also curb local firearms laws and toughens alcohol-related prohibitions.
Senate President John Cullerton's office says the measure will leave local firearms regulations in place. A plan the House adopted last week allowing the carrying of concealed guns would invalidate city ordinances like Chicago's assault-weapons ban.
The Senate Executive Committee will hear the plan Tuesday morning.
The proposal sponsored by Chicago Democratic Sen. Kwame Raoul would also prohibit firearms in businesses that serve alcohol. The House plan would nix toting guns only if liquor sales are more than half of the establishment's gross revenue.
The Raoul plan would make penalties for carrying under the influence of alcohol tougher too.
A total of six deaths on Missouri roads and waterways this holiday weekend.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says five people died in the more than 270 accidents from Friday night through Monday. There were also 129 arrests for drunken driving.
On the waterways, one man died at Upper Big Lake, just east of Sikeston. Troopers say 64-year-old Oscar Shannon fell overboard and drowned while tying his boat to a tree--he was not wearing a life jacket.
The six deaths represent a decrease from the nine fatalities investigated on roadways over the holiday weekend in 2012.
Two dogs are dead after police say they were thrown from a moving SUV yesterday. Police got the call around 2:30 Monday morning saying two dogs were tossed from a Ford Expedition onto Interstate 255. It happened near Route 15 in Alorton. According to the Post-Dispatch, the trooper who handled the call said the dogs were young, not puppies, but probably adolescent dogs. The trooper said the dogs were unrecognizable and he was unable to make out the breed. One of the dogs had a collar, but neither of them had tags. Police say The crime would be cruelty to animals. Anyone with information on the case should call 618-346-3627.
Heavy rains mean more flooding is possible along the St. Louis riverfront. The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Mississippi river from Alton to Chester. Weather Service officials say flood warning is the result of heavy rainfall across upstream portions of the basin over the past 48 hours. The river is forecast to rise above flood stage late thursday night and continue rising to near 32.1 feet saturday morning, additional rises are likely thereafter.
Farmers' market merchants and roadside vendors in Missouri can now sell eggs more easily directly to consumers. The state Department of Agriculture has lessened licensing requirements for such businesses. Those who sell eggs directly to consumers now only need a $5 retail license.