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First female Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor has dementia

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Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, who made history as the first female justice, said that she has dementia in a letter sent to the nation. O’Connor, 88, said in the ...

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Feedlot expansion near Powell Gardens halted temporarily

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A state commission on Tuesday temporarily halted the expansion of a cattle feedlot near Johnson County Missouri’s Powell Gardens. The future of the agribusiness is now in the hands of the Missouri ...

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Amazon and Whole Foods to put squeeze on local grocers

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Area neighborhood grocery stores have a new competitor to contend with. The Kansas City Business Journal reports that Amazon is expanding its Prime Now grocery delivery service Wednesday to 10 new cities, ...

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Replica of Titanic will set sail in 2022

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Icebergs beware, a replica of the famous ship Titanic will make the same voyage in 2022 Titanic II plans to take on 2,400 passengers and 900 crew members to match almost exactly ...

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What the media is hiding about murdered Jamal Khashoggi

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In high school, Jamal Khashoggi had a good friend. His name was Osama bin Laden. “We were hoping to establish an Islamic state anywhere,” Khashoggi reminisced about their time together in the ...

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App will make Kansas driver license renewals easier

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Kansas officials say several changes should decrease the time people spend to renew their driver’s license. Starting Tuesday, people ages 21-50 can renew licenses through the Department of Revenue’s iKan mobile app ...

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Kansas City-based Nigerian scammer arrested

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You know those stories of a Nigerian scamming unknowing victims out of millions of dollars? It’s true. And closer than you think. A Nigerian immigrant con artist, living in Kansas City, Mo., ...

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Prison inmates run their election campaigns from behind bars

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Two lawmakers, currently in jail, are hoping to be elected while in prison. For one, it is likely he will begin his term in office from behind bars. Texas lawmaker Ron Reynolds, ...

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Kansas City Police probe giant colon theft

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Thieves over the weekend made off with a huge inflatable colon which belonged to the University of Kansas Cancer Center. Kansas City Police investigators are bending over backwards to retrieve the giant ...

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Shocking Image of migrants burning American flag

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It’s not an image the nightly American news is showing but may indicate the intentions of at least some of those traveling in the migrant caravan. As the migrant army swells to ...

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After tweet trouble Bette Midler tweets for McCaskill

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Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill has been forced to bring in the heavy hitters in American politics. The incumbent Senator on Sunday received support from a powerhouse of foreign and domestic policy, an ...

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ABC News’ Dan Abrams to launch streaming sermon network

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Dan Abrams, founder of Mediate and ABC News’ chief legal correspondent, is launching a new streaming network called Ambo TV.  he servce will stream live Christian sermons. The outlet’s name, according to a ...

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Migrant mass swells to 5,000, resumes march to US

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Despite Mexican efforts to stop them at the border, a Central American migrant group has swelled to over 5,000 people as they advance toward the U.S. border. The news came as Mexican ...

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Ukrainian Orthodox church split with Russia could turn violent

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KIEV, Ukraine  — The rough-looking young men brought clubs and brass knuckles to the Pechersk Monastery in Kiev , one of Orthodox Christianity’s most important pilgrimage sites, apparently seeking to disrupt worship. Police spread-eagled ...

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Cold weather catches Rescue Mission, others off guard

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Area ministries that serve the homeless were caught off guard by the recent, seemingly instant, change from summer to fall. The Kansas City Rescue Mission as one of those ministries and says they currently ...

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