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Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Kezer hearing: First day
Today is the first day in the hearing to determine whether or not Joshua Kezer was wrongfully convicted in 1994 for the death of Angela Mischelle Lawless, who was found dead near Benton, Mo., in 1992.
This morning four witnesses took the stand to answer questions from Kezer's attorney and prosecutors.
Click here to read about their testimony. And look for updates to this story later on seMissourian.com.
State facing budget trouble
Governor-elect Jay Nixon is still over a month from taking office, and already he has a challenge ahead. Nixon's budget director says the state's budget is facing a $340 million shortfall, something the new administration will have to make a priority.
E-mail warns people not to buy gift cards
A misleading e-mail has been circulating warning people not to buy gift cards from several stores that are on the verge of bankruptcy. The only problem is that the e-mail is a fake.
Wednesday on seMissourian.com
Check back at seMissourian.com on Wednesday for more coverage of the Kezer hearing, a preview of a public meeting for Jackson's comprehensive plan, the newest development in Jay Purcell's Sunshine Law suit against the county commission and new technology in Cape public schools that allows students to answer questions electronically.
And come back later this afternoon to see video from the Kezer hearing.