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House committee releases report on Greitens’ case

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Just moments after a bi-partisan report was released on allegations against Gov. Eric Greitens, the governor held a 30-minute press conference blasting it. Greitens described the report as “one-sided tabloid trash gossip.” ...

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Gag order issued after witness testifies of dreaming up evidence

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After testimony damaging to the prosecution’s case against Gov. Eric Greitens was released this week, St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Rex Burlison has issued a temporary gag order to prevent more information ...

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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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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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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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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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McCaskill heads to Beverly Hills for cash

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On the heels of election polls that show her trailing badly, Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill’s re-election campaign is heading to the nation’s liberal bastion, Beverly Hills, to pick up some cash. Former ...

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Missouri legislature wants to phase out DUI checkpoints

Drunk driving organizations are pushing back at the Missouri legislature‘s efforts to phase out the use of checkpoints by public safety officers. Several parties disagree with the outcomes that eliminating the long-used ...

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Rep. Hartzler: Russia fueled MU, other protests

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Missouri Republican Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler, who represents the 4th district encompassing the Southern parts of the Kansas City Metro, says Russia is exploiting U.S. squabbles through its social media intervention. During a House ...

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Poll shows Hawley expanding lead over McCaskill

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While democrats point to several recent victories in state-wide races across the nation as a coming wave in the fall, the news isn’t good for Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill. A poll shows ...

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Missourians visit Capitol today to support life

Missourians will descend on the state’s Capitol today for the annual Pro-Life Action and Lobby Day. The event, organized by Missouri Right to Life, has been a tradition for decades as constituents ...

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Seven months to the day, another Clinton, MO officer killed

Exactly seven months to the day after the last officer went down, a second police officer has been killed in the line of duty in the small town of Clinton, MO. Two ...

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Developers want tax payers to be on the hook for massive Branson water park

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Branson’s Whitewater water park didn’t need any public funding when it opened in 1980. And it has grown and thrived ever since. Owned by Herschend Family Entertainment, a family and Christian-owned company, ...

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Democrats smear Josh Hawley over Greitens allegations

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As incumbent U.S. Senator Clarie McCaskill fights for her political life, her campaign and state democrats have found a new weapon. A Democratic group, funded with $1 million from George Soros, is flooding ...

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Men will go to prison for dragging kitten behind jee

Receiving the maximum sentence possible under animal abuse statutes, two southwest Missouri men will be sent to Missouri state prison for dragging a kitten behind a truck and then killing it after ...

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Police spokesman says prosecutors are lying in Greitens investigation

The spokesman for the St. Louis Police Department says the office of democrat Circuit Court Attorney Kim Gardner, who is leading the charge against Gov. Eric Greitens, is not telling the truth ...

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Just 4 hate groups remain in Kansas, 18 in Missouri

The number of hate groups in Missouri went down from 24 to 18, and in Kansas the number currently stands at just 4. The numbers are according to a recently released report by ...

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Parents working together made the difference

Parents can make a difference. John Warder knows. He has spent much of his life serving the various communities he has lived in and hundreds of parents came together to serve him ...

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MO Legislator questions “gun free zones”

State Rep. Jered Taylor thinks there’s a problem with guns. Gun free zones. Pioneered by Al Gore, critic say the zones only tell would-be killers that potential victims are defenseless. The Nixa ...

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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens indicted by grand jury

With a lot of unanswered questions about the allegations and a troubling accusation about political skullduggery, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (R) was indicted by a grand jury in St. Louis on Thursday for conduct ...

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Walmart closings to impact 10 Missouri and Kansas towns

Walmart announced today it closing 154 stores in the U.S. with additional stores around the world bringing the total to 269 stores. Missouri will see a total of four stores closed while ...

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2016 Pro-Life Legislation Outlined in Kansas and Missouri

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Building on success in 2015, legislators in both Missouri and Kansas are working towards strengthening the culture of life through pro-life legislation that affects not only the unborn, but also ensuring the ...

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Readers Make Teen’s Christmas Wish Possible

The Christmas story to many teens can feel distant–like something that only happened 2,000 years ago. But for Grace, a resident of the Show-Me Christian Youth Home in central Missouri, the story ...

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