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Will Missourians be able to fly after Oct. 10?

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It may become more difficult to fly out of Missouri if Missouri legislators can’t get their act together over identification for residents that meets federal requirements. Any time you fly, or go ...

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George Soros behind Missouri Amendment 1

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Amendment 1, which will be on the November ballot, also known as “Clean Missouri,” sounds good. Who wouldn’t want our state to be “clean”? But there’s a lot more than meets the ...

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Missouri college drops ties to Nike

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A Missouri college is putting force behind its contract with Nike and saying, “We just did it.” The College of the Ozarks, a private Christian school in Point Lookout that regularly tops ...

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Christopher Columbus statue in St. Louis next to go?

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The move to erase America’s history from parks and historical sites continues. Now, a Christopher Columbus statue in a popular St. Louis park is being investigated for possible removal about a year ...

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AG Josh Hawley sues over duck boat tragedy

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Attorney General Josh Hawley on Friday sued the owners and operators of a tourist boat that sank in Lake Tanneycomo in Branson, killing 17 people. The suit alleges that the companies violated ...

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Greyhound in head-on originated in St. Louis

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A Greyhound Bus carrying 49 people that crashed in New Mexico, killing seven people Thursday, originated in St. Louis Wednesday. Greyhound officials confirmed the deadly bus crash, #1333, was traveling from Albuquerque, ...

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New Missouri law aims to protect definition of ‘meat’

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You now have to call meat for what it is…meat. At least in Missouri. A new law went into effect this week that makes it illegal for processed food manufacturers from wrongly labeling ...

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Top 10 Missouri bills becoming law today

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Today will see 144 bills go into affect that were passed by the Republican-controlled Missouri Legislature. Over the last 100 years, Aug. 28 is traditionally the day that happens and this year ...

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Three Missouri Catholic dioceses ask Hawley to investigate

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The Catholic dioceses Kansas City-St. Joseph, of St. Louis,  and Jefferson City have asked the Missouri Attorney General’s office to investigate whether their clergy members have committed sexual abuse. Attorney General Josh ...

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Missouri expands website to watch government spending

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Missouri citizens will now have an expanded ability to check-up on state government and it’s spending habits. A new public-facing portal for state monetary data aims to be a significant update on ...

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Missouri News Briefs

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Missouri news briefs. Short and sweet. Former top Missouri democrat accused of lavish spending with campaign dough A former prosecutor and chairman of Missouri’s Democratic Party is set to be sentenced next ...

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Who has more bad drivers: Missouri or Kansas?

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State Line Road and a river divide Kansas City between two states. Now, something else divides the metro–how good a driver you are. A new study says Missouri drivers are some of ...

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Another case against Greitens dropped: no charges

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The Missouri Ethics Commission has now ended a case against Eric Greitens without charges. After being forced to resign from pressure by his own party, Missouri’s former governor may be wondering “What ...

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First frivolous lawsuit hits over duck boat tragedy

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The first possible frivolous lawsuit over the duck boat tragedy has been filed. A man who worked on the Branson Belle river showboat when the Ride the Ducks boat sank on Table ...

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Changes coming to Missouri temp car tags

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A new state law aims to reduce the number of Missouri residents driving vehicles with expired temporary license tags. The measure taking effect Aug. 28 will require drivers to turn in temporary ...

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As China increases tariffs, new markets open for farmers

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Missouri rice farmers could soon have a new export market. Greg Yielding, with the Missouri Rice Council and U.S. Rice Producers says Egypt is very interested in buying Missouri’s unmilled rice. Water ...

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Chillicothe honors vets as a ‘Purple Heart City’

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Chillicothe is placing signs soon to show its support for America’s soldiers who have received the Purple Heart medal. City Administrator Darin Chappell says the signs will state the northwest Missouri town ...

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Missouri primary election results not without surprises

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Missourians may be thankful that the primary election is over, if only for the fact that the political TV ads may decrease. While that’s not a shocker, voters handed some surprises in ...

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Missouri ‘Proposition A’ Ballot Initiative

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BALLOT TITLE: PROPOSITION A Ballot Measure/Referendum The official ballot title is as follows: “Do the people of the state of Missouri want to adopt Senate Bill 19 (“Right-to-Work”) as passed by the ...

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Rural Missourians and Congressional delegates support tariffs

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Missouri’s Republican Congressional representatives are finding rural support America’s tariffs to protect agricultural export. President Trump had said it would not be long before other countries began to reduce their high tariffs ...

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McCaskill jumping gun on Duck Boat safety legislation?

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Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill has come under fire for proposing legislation to address the Duck Boat tragedy even as the investigation has just begun. Her “safety plan” comes after she and Senator ...

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Efforts grows to shut down duck boats after tragedy

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The call to shut down Duck Boat tours is louder after the fatal sinking of one of the amphibious vehicles took 17 lives in Missouri a week ago. A petition drive was ...

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Ride the Ducks tragedy also took life of pastor who often drove the boat

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Funeral services are being planned for a pastor who died in the freak ducks boat accident that also took the lives of 16 others on Table Rock Lake near Branson last week. ...

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Hollywood inserting itself into Missouri Prop A measure

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Hollywood is inserting itself into Missouri’s Aug. 7 election as Unions attempt to repeal the state’s Right to Work law by opposing Proposition A. Actor John Goodman of “Roseanne” fame and a ...

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New law will let counties tax cell phones for 911 service

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A law beginning in August is meant to let Missouri counties collect a fee from cell phone users for local 911 services. If approved by a state 911 oversight board and local ...

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