Lydia Birt

 Republican Josh Hawley raised a little more than a third of what Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill did during the first quarter of this year.

Hawley's campaign reported Thursday that it raised $1.5 million from January through March. The Democratic senator's campaign reported last week that it had raised more than $3.9 million.

McCaskill also ended March with five times as much cash on hand as Hawley. She reported having $11.5 million to Hawley's $2.1 million.

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The University of Missouri Board of Curators voted unanimously on Thursday to honor two African-American leaders who shaped the University of Missouri-Columbia’s history. According to a press release from the University of Missouri System, the board voted to name MU’s newest residence hall for journalist and honorary doctoral degree recipient Lucile Bluford. The hall’s atrium will honor MU’s first African-American graduate Gus T. Ridgel.

A new president and CEO has been selected for Planned Parenthood Great Plains.

Dr. Brandon Hill began his new position today overseeing 12 health centers in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.  

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