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California State Senator wants government “fact-checkers” to approve internet speech

California State Senator Richard Pan (D) has introduced legislation to crack down on free speech on the internet. Pan’s legislation would force online publishers to utilize government-sanctioned “fact checkers” to approve content before ...

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Earthquake wakes Kansas City area residents

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Kansas City area residents awoke to the ground shaking this morning as tremors traveled north from a large earthquake centered near Perry, Oklahoma. The U.S. Geological Survey reports that Oklahoma recorded a magnitude ...

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Main witness in Greitens prosecution says she might have “dreamed” up key evidence

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The felony case against Eric Greitens may be falling apart after earth-shaking statements made under oath by the key witness. The woman with whom Governor Eric Greitens’ had an affair, testified under ...

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Churches in historic 18th and Vine area opposed to more alcohol

Churches in a historically important Kansas City neighborhood could soon have new unwelcome neighbors. More bars with all the problems that come with alcohol. For decades, schools and churches across the city ...

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Church pays off medical debts of 4,000 families

A Texas church has paid off the medical debt of over 4,000 families within a 20-mile radius of each of its five campuses. Total debt paid off? $10.5 million. Stephen Hayes, senior ...

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Film ‘Chappaquiddick’ looks at Kennedy family and the privilege of power

While faith-based movies have been doing extremely well, a new movie slated to release this weekend tells the story of the deadly 1969 car accident with Sen. Ted Kennedy. Kennedy survived, but ...

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Gaither Vocal Band Brings Legacy of Talent to KC This Weekend

There are few Christian musical groups that stand the test of time and at the same time, thrive on new fans. One of those is The Gaither Vocal Band, which is coming ...

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Area may see snow twice this weekend

Will Kansas City get most of its Winter snow in the next week? That’s possible say some forecasters. You wouldn’t think that possible with temps expected to reach the low 60s today. ...

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Missouri House passes protections for unborn babies after 20 weeks

The Missouri House gave final approval this week to a bill that will provide protection from abortion for unborn babies who are capable of feeling pain, beginning at 20 weeks fetal age. ...

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Missouri House passes new requirements for food stamp recipients

Under a bill passed by the Missouri House, able-bodied individuals receiving welfare would be required seek work or job training. If individuals did not comply with work requirements they could lose their food ...

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Joanna Gaines wrestles with emotions of final episode

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April 4 marked the final episode of the Joanna and Chip Gaines’ popular HGTV show “Fixer Upper,” airing at 9/8c. Joanna Gaines opened up about the mixed bag of emotions she’s feeling ...

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Attorney General Hawley investigating Facebook over privacy

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley has launched an investigation into Facebook’s privacy policy and its sharing and tracking of personal information of its users. At a press conference on Monday in Jefferson ...

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Eat some Chick-fil-A and help kids in school

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Area residents will have a unique opportunity to help children in Kansas City area school districts that need assistance. Spirit Day for Caring for kids happens this Thursday, April 5 from 6:30 ...

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Judge rules taxpayers must pay for illegal immigrant abortions

A federal judge has ruled that American taxpayers must pay for the abortions of illegal immigrant minors and that the Trump administration must help them obtain the procedure. The ruling applies to ...

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Illegal migrants head to U.S. border demanding end to all border security

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A group of 1,500 illegal migrants are marching north through Mexico headed to a planned protest at the United States – Mexico border. Their written demands are that American citizens remove all ...

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Did a volcano bury ancient Christian writings?

Have archaeologists discovered the earliest mentions of Jesus which were buried by a famous volcano? Mount Vesuvius was responsible for the destruction of the Pompeii and Herculaneum on August 24, 79 AD and ...

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Bus driver gives confidence to little girl who lost her mom to cancer

A bus driver has stepped in to braid a little girl’s hair after the girl’s mom died of a rare disease. The 11-year-old girl in Utah now has a newfound sense of ...

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Get your free pizza today, thanks to March Madness upset

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Get your free pizza today thanks to a March Madness upset. Pizza lovers can score free slices for lunch thanks to the University of Maryland Baltimore County men’s basketball team. Little Caesars ...

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Teacher who saved 600 Jewish children dies at age 107

A Dutch school teacher who saved more than 600 Jewish children from death at the hands of Nazis has died at the age of 107. Johan van Hulst served as principal of ...

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Iraqi Christians celebrate Easter free of ISIS

As we celebrate Easter today, thousands of our brothers and sisters in Christ are celebrating in areas freed from ISIS. For the first time since the Islamic State terrorist group drove thousands ...

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ESPN’s Maria Taylor: College athletes are playing tonight for an audience of ONE

For college basketball fans, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. There were 64 teams competing in the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship tournament. Exciting play will come to ...

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Puritans get scrubbed from Harvard song

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Harvard University is re-writing American history and distancing itself from its religious roots. “Puritans” have been been scrubbed in favor of the cosmos at the Ivy League school. The university purged the word ...

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Could the Bible get caught up in Microsoft’s new conduct policy?

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The news has been filled with the likes of Facebook, Google, Twitter and others misusing their customer’s private data, censoring speech and outright banning users with whom the company ‘gatekeepers’ disagree. As ...

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Trump is trouncing who in the polls? Just about every major world leader

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The national media continues to be fascinated with the approval rating of President Trump. The most recent Pew poll finds the president’s approval at 47%. Others show it from 42–45%. The media ...

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Church exploded after members lit furnace

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MARQUAND, Mo. – Just days before Easter, a father and son have been badly burned when a church exploded into flames near Marquand, Missouri about 100 miles south of St. Louis. Smoke ...

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