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Left on red light OK under new Missouri bill

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Sometimes drivers are not sure if turning right on red is permissible. Now, a bill in the state legislature would allow motor vehicles to turn left on a red light when turning ...

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Christmas Eve busy time for churches across America

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At the nondenominational, multi-campus Faith Church in Missouri, Christmas Eve will be the culmination of a long weekend of creative celebration focused on family, Christ and saving souls. “Each service is another opportunity to ...

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Missouri has most seismic activities east of Rocky Mountains

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Southeast Missouri’s Bootheel region is home to the most active seismic area in the country east of the Rocky Mountains according to the state Department of Natural Resources. Emergency management agency officials ...

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McCaskill gives final interview as Senator to Rachel Maddow

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During the campaign for the U.S. Senate, Claire McCaskill modeled herself as a middle-of-the-road Democrat who represented a bi-partisan spirit ready to work with Donald Trump. In fact, she heaped praise on ...

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Ozark, MO faces legal action over cross, reverses decision to dim the lights

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The City of Ozark in southwest Missouri is embroiled in controversy after receiving a letter from the legal department of Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF). The letter concerns a illuminated cross on ...

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Far left sets sights on investigating Josh Hawley

Missouri leftist organzations are again calling for an immediate investigation of newly elected Missouri Senator Josh Hawley. In a move that upholds the non-partisan nature of his responsibilities, Republican Missouri Secretary of ...

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Missouri woman helped decorate White House

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A Northwest Missouri woman was one 200 volunteers from across the nation selected to decorate the White House this year. Cindy Roy of Trenton was selected out of more than 6,000 that ...

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Missouri medical marijuana law goes into effect

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Missouri will now join over 30 other states that have legalized medical marijuana. Physicians will be able to prescribe medical marijuana for approved diseases and conditions. Authorized patients will be able to ...

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Missouri seat belt usage at record high

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More drivers and passengers across the Show-e State are buckling up. New data shows that seat belt usage in Missouri has climbed to its highest rate ever. The latest Missouri Seat Belt ...

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Nativity joins Christmas tree at MO Governor’s mansion

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The theme of this year’s Christmas exhibit at the Missouri Governor’s Mansion is “Down Home Missouri Christmas.” As part of the decorations, a 40-foot Norway spruce arrived at the Missouri Governor’s mansion ...

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Gov. Parson tightens lobbying rules

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Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed an executive order Tuesday to strengthen a previous order issued by former Governor Eric Greitens that covers lobbying by former staff. The changes apply to an executive ...

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Missouri fears Medicaid expansion will bankrupt state

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As neighboring states struggle with bankruptcy, some say brought on in part by Medicaid expansion, Missouri Republican lawmakers would rather fix the system than add another entitlement funded by taxpayers. Half of ...

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Garden City lays off entire police force

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The small town of Garden City, Missouri, is without a  single police officer after it laid off its entire public safety force. Located about 30 miles south of Kansas City, notified Chief ...

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Missouri minimum wage hike meets mixed reviews

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Minimum wage increases were passed by Missouri voters on November 6 by a nearly 25% margin. What does it mean for workers and employers? The provisions of Proposition B will make the current ...

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Eric Schmitt named as new Missouri Attorney General

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Missouri has a new Attorney General after Gov. Mike Parson named Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt to replace US Senator elect Josh Hawley. Parson made the announcement Tuesday morning in a press conference. “We’ve ...

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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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Missouri Republican legislators keep supermajorities

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Perhaps the biggest story of Tuesday’s election in Missouri politics, apart from Republican Josh Hawley’s defeat of incumbent Claire McCaskill, was the strong showing by Missouri House Republicans. Democrats expected a blue ...

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Candidate Saundra McDowell thanks God after losing

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Saundra McDowell has posted a heart-felt thanks to God and her supporters after she lost her bid to become Missouri State Auditor. Mero Voice is sharing her letter, which she posted to ...

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George Soros racks up two victories in Missouri

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The influence of George Soros was just too strong for Air Force Veteran Saundra McDowell, a political newcomer and first time candidate. The Republican mom and Christian mounted a very strong grassroots ...

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Missouri Recap: Hawley wins US Senate seat

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In one of the most closely watched and expensive U.S. Senate races in the nation, first-term Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, defeated two-term incumbent Democrat U.S. Senator, Claire McCaskill. McCaskill spent $34 ...

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Two Missouri stores among 51 that Lowe’s will close

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As the home improvement chain Lowe’s navigates the future of retail, it has announced that it will close 51 of its stores including two in Missouri. The corporation says the stores are ...

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Here’s how to get your Missouri Ballot for Nov. 6

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Looking for a sample ballot specific to your city for the Nov. 6, 2018 election? Check out our link below. It’s easy: just put in your address and you’ll see the ballot. ...

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Earthquake in Southern Missouri not the ‘Big One’

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It wasn’t the “big one” but residents are still cleaning up after a 2.3 magnitude earthquake struck just north of Centerville, Missouri, Sunday evening the Missouri Geological Survey reports. Centerville is about two ...

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Missouri makes list of world’s most intriguing places

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What do Missouri, Tel Aviv and and Kyoto, Japan all have in common? Top places to visit, that’s all! The nation’s leading business newspaper has listed them as must sees for travelers. ...

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Here’s your new bicentennial Missouri license plate

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Are you ready for your new Missouri bicentennial license plates?  You’ve may have already seen some as they started appearing on vehicles Oct. 15. Missouri drivers are supposed to receive the new ...

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