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Branson nixes nearly $500 million water park

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BRANSON, Mo. — Last night city leaders in Branson rejected a nearly half-billion-dollar proposed water park resort, that taxpayers were asked to help finance. Branson City Hall In a vote of five no’s ...

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GOP wins in Arizona but how will Republican exodus affect the issues?

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After a string of Democrat victories in early special elections across the country received wide coverage, last night’s GOP victory in Arizona is being downplayed by liberal news pundits today. Former Arizona ...

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Price of gas rises as economy booms

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A perfect storm has converged to raise the price of gasoline to levels not seen since 2015. In both Missouri and Kansas, drivers are paying an average of $2.47 per gallon. The ...

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Trump has made how much money in office?

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A headline in Forbes magazine today screams that Mar-a-lago, President Trump’s resort in Florida, has increased in value $100 million. That’s a lot of money. You need to read deep into the ...

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Rare mosaic of St. Andrew returned to its Cyprus home


A rare 6th century mosaic depicting the St. Andrew that was taken from a looted church in Cyprus’ breakaway north has been returned after four decades, the head of the island nation’s ...

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Church loses digital sign case at Missouri Supreme Court


The Northland’s Antioch Community Church has lost an appeal against the Kansas City Board of Zoning Adjustment to place a digital sign in front of its church – a sign that has ...

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‘The Middle’ actress Patricia Heaton serves Sudanese kids

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Actresses Patricia Heaton and Jen Ray have found themselves in the middle of a central African conflict, serving refugees whose lives have been torn apart by civil war. The stars of the ...

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Despite ruling of liberal judge, Kobach leads in Kansas

The liberal judge who ruled in 2016 that voters do not need to prove citizenship, has continued her crusade against voting laws and is again targeting the Kansas Secretary of State. Judge ...

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Judge rules case against Greitens can proceed

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After calling out the prosecution for questionable practices, St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Rex Burlison went ahead denied a request to dismiss the felony invasion of privacy case against Governor Greitens. Read ...

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Is growing anti-police culture fueling their murders?

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The nation’s growing subculture of hating on the police has seemingly contributed to the murder of two more officers. Two young deputies in Florida were murdered in broad daylight on Thursday afternoon.  ...

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American pastor in horrific danger after ‘disturbing’ Turkish trial

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American Pastor Andrew Brunson, who’s being held in a Turkish prison, is getting support from President Donald Trump and a petition for his release spreading across the nation. Brunson, who is on ...

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Strong faith guides pilot who safely landed Southwest jet

More details are coming out about the faith of the pilot who safely landed the Southwest airliner this week after an engine blew up. Flight 1380 was headed from New York City ...

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Tim Tebow hitting a homerun on and off the baseball diamond

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Tim Tebow doesn’t seem to be slowing down after hitting a homerun in his first minor league baseball game of the spring season. “It was just one day. One opportunity – the ...

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Feisty & Feminine Workshop offered on interacting with Muslims

Dr. Dawlat Bishara, Dr. Safwat Bishara, and Former Kansas House Speaker Pro Tem Peggy Mast will join CWA State Director Barbara Saldivar in a frank panel discussion of how to engage authoritatively ...

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Fourth tallest structure in Missouri collapses killing one worker

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A huge TV tower several hundred feet taller than the new World Trade Freedom Tower in New York, collapsed today outside Springfield, Mo. The tragedy killed one worker and injured five others. ...

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