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Joplin sees amazing progress in rebuilding

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After one of the most destructive tornadoes in U.S. history carved a mile-wide scar through Joplin in 2011 and killed 161 people, some thought the southwest Missouri city would never regain its ...

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Hartzler shares testimony at gala

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“God had a purpose for my life and gave me the most amazing family,” stated Tiffany Hartzler through tears as she shared her testimony at an Anniversary Gala of the LIGHT House ...

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Kansas City Day of Remembrance May 1

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Metro Voice is pleased to help bring the Day of Remembrance and March of Remembrance to Kansas City on May 1. The purpose of this event is to honor Holocaust survivors and ...

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Free parking at KCI Airport

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Traveling out of Kansas City International Airport for 3 days or more? Use this valuable coupon for 1 FREE DAY of Economy Parking when you park for 3 days (or more) at KCI. Just ...

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Gay activists demand NCAA expel Christian colleges

Baylor University's Alexis Jones reacts with her teammates during the women's NCAA college basketball tournament selection show in Waco, Texas.

Campus Pride, an LGBT activist group, is pressuring the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to cut ties with Christian colleges over their views on transgenderism and homosexuality. Ever since the Obama administration ...

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Muslim herdsmen kill 300 Nigerian Christians

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Muslim Fulani herdsmen, believed to be buoyed by Boko Haram insurgents posing as the nomadic cattlemen, continue to occupy farmland in Benue state, Nigeria, two weeks after killing more than 300 Christian ...

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