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Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich has died. He was 54.

According to police in St. Louis, Schweich was hospitalized earlier today with a "self-inflicted" gunshot wound. Auditor’s spokesman Spence Jackson confirmed Schweich's death, asking that the public keep Schweich's wife and two children in their thoughts and prayers.

Schweich was scheduled to present his audit
Franklin Technology Center dedicated their new campus today after being destroyed almost four years ago in the tornado. FTC has gone though a lot of changes over it's 78 year lifetime, now offering more than a dozen programs for students to specialize in. Franklin Tech Director Dave Rockers tells News Talk KZRG they're glad to finally be home.

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