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Hamas fires over 400 missiles into Israel

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JERUSALEM, Israel – More than 400 missiles have been fired into Israel from Hamas-controlled Gaza yesterday and overnight. It was the largest attack on Israel by missiles in one day ever. Israeli ...

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Missouri’s medical marijuana: what it means

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With the passage of Amendment 2, and the confusion around all three ballot measures, what exactly will happen with the legalization of medical marijuana in Missouri? That’s the question that those that ...

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Forecasters debate another record snow this winter

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With Kansas and Missouri receiving snow yet again today, many are wondering if we’ll have another winter where we break records. Think 45 inches in 2011. It is rare for the area ...

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Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes attacked as intolerant

Is the Christmas outreach effort of toy-filled shoeboxes supported by millions of American Christians anti-Muslim? Franklin Graham, founder of Samaritan’s Purse, the organization behind the Operation Christmas Child project, has responded to ...

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One of last ‘Rosie the Riveter’ heroes lives in Kansas City

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We’ve all seen images of Rosie the Riveter, the strong woman who went to work during World War II with the slogan, “We can do it.” One of the last Rosies, 93-year-old ...

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Iranian regime hits back at new sanctions

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After new U.S. sanctions took effect last week, Iranian leaders are predicting they’ll fail. But while Islamic leaders often talk big, much of it is bluster and some outright fabrication. Iranian President ...

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Schools contribute to identity theft of children

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Identity thieves love to steal children’s identities. Nobody thinks to check their child’s credit report because there’s no reason to expect them to have one. Criminals can exploit the stolen identity undetected ...

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Launch of KanLicense, mobile driver’s license renewals shortens lines

Kansas is now the first and only state in the country to offer driver’s license renewals through a mobile application. Mobile renewals join other already existing services like vehicle registration renewal and ...

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Kansas City joins in commemoration of Armistice Day

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Commemorations are underway around the world to mark the moment 100 years ago when the slaughter of World War I finally stopped. In Kansas City this morning at 9:30 the public is ...

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Mourners say goodbye to 3 Girl Scouts, mom

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Hundreds of mourners are saying goodbye to three Girl Scouts and a mother who were struck and killed while collecting trash along a rural highway in northwestern Wisconsin. At Chippewa Valley Bible Church, mourners ...

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How gold was discovered in Kansas

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History, as written, often leaves a few things out, such as gold being discovered in Kansas, not Colorado. Looking at a map of present day Kansas, there is an important omission, Arapahoe ...

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Huge newspaper admits it’s been publishing fake stories for years

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As the media continues to say that President Trump’s labels of “fake news” are completely baseless, one of the nation’s largest and most respected newspapers has been forced to admit it. The ...

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Man sues to change age citing transgenderism

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A Dutch entrepreneur has filed a lawsuit to legally change his age to 49 – that’s 20 years younger than his chronological age. He says it is the same as being transgender. ...

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Alcohol-free bar hopes to find following

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FOX4 TV reports that a new bar is coming to Kansas City but it won’t be the typical one. You won’t find an ounce of alcohol in it. Bars and alcohol go ...

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The Deep Meaning of Thankfulness

“Attitude of Gratitude,” “A Thankful Heart is a Happy Heart,” “Thankfulness is The Beginning of Happiness.”  These are just some of the quotes you see after a quick search about thankfulness.  On ...

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