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Convoy of Hope on the ground to help victims of deadly weekend tornadoes

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Teams from Convoy of Hope in Springfield are fanning out to help victims of this weekend’s deadly tornadoes in the Midwest. Authorities confirmed that at least four people died because of Saturday ...

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Israel is actually waging a just and humane war: Here’s why

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Some people are saying that Israel’s war against Hamas is not a “just war” as they would describe World War II. I believe Israel is in a “just war” and I’ll explain ...

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Israel apologizes for aid worker deaths

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The head of the Israel Defense Forces on Tuesday night issued an official apology for the accidental deaths of seven World Central Kitchen (WCK) aid workers in the Gaza Strip on Monday. ...

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YWAM releases names of 11 missionaries killed in bus crash

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Eleven missionaries with Youth With a Mission (YWAM) were killed in a bus crash in Tanzania on over the weekend. They are among more than 25 who have died from injuries. The ...

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Notable Christian leaders who died in 2023

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Several of the most influential Christian leaders of the past generation died in 2023. Religion News Service and Metro Voice look back at the passing of several giants influential people. Charles Stanley. ...

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Kansas child deaths hit record low

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Child deaths hit a record low in 2021, despite an increase in the number of child homicides and fentanyl overdoses, according to a report released today by the State Child Death Review ...

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Missouri taking steps to reduce maternal deaths

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Missouri, which has one of the highest rates of pregnancy-related deaths in the nation, is investing in a comprehensive maternal mortality prevention plan An average of 70 Missouri women died while pregnant ...

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Missouri’s new cell phone use while driving law explained

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Missouri drivers risk receiving traffic citations if they have a cell phone in their hands beginning on August 28. The new law covers sending or receiving phone calls, texting, watching or recording ...

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Family wins $18 million judgement against Chinese fentanyl cartel

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In a first-of-its kind judgment against an illicit manufacturing and trafficking organization, an Ohio judge has issued an $18 million judgment against the heng cartel. It is the maximum punitive damages allowed under ...

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Crisis: Missouri fentanyl overdoses are up 75 percent in past four years

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Fentanyl overdoses have increased by 75 percent in Missouri since 2019, and 2023 is on track to be another record year. The drug is up to 50 times more powerful than heroin ...

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By wide margin, abortion was leading cause of death worldwide in 2022

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Abortion again was the leading cause of death worldwide in 2022, with the number of abortion deaths nearly four times those from infectious diseases. More than 44 million abortions were performed last ...

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Missouri legalizing marijuana could have serious economic, social downside

As Missouri prepares to vote on fully legalizing marijuana for recreational use, a study in Colorado shows the dark social and economic impact. The social costs of legalized marijuana are well-known, though ...

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Hurricane Ian sets sights on S. Carolina after devastating Florida coast

Hurricane Ian is expected to make landfall on South Carolina’s coast Friday after the megastorm caused catastrophic damage in Florida and left people trapped in their homes. National Guard troops are being positioned in ...

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Amtrak derailment leaves 3 dead 100 miles from Kansas City

Authorities have now confirmed three people died in an Amtrak train derailment 100 miles northeast of Kansas City, Missouri. Dozens are injured and many remain in regional hospitals as of Tuesday. Eight ...

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Sri Lanka devolves into chaos with food shortages, curfew

The world could be at the initial stages of a massive food crisis, say economists. Shortages of fertilizer for farmers, the inability of Ukraine to export crops and record fuel prices are ...

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McDonald’s to sell Russian locations, as Ukrainian civilian deaths rise

As Ukrainian and European officials discover more atrocities committed against civilians, McDonald’s said Monday it will sell all of its Russian locations. The fast food giant led the way in opening up ...

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CDC quietly cuts 25% of deaths from official data on children

Nearly 25% of all deaths of children attributed to Covid have now been removed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The new numbers for children were in addition to ...

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Russia using most deadly bomb just short of nuclear warhead

Evidence has emerged of Russia using its most powerful weapon shy of a nuclear bomb on Ukrainian civilians. A vacuum bomb, or thermobaric weapon, sucks in oxygen from the surrounding air to ...

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Abortion once again was leading cause of death worldwide last year

Abortion was the leading cause of death worldwide in 2021, with more than three times as many people losing their lives to abortion than the second-leading cause of death. Worldometer, a database ...

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Good news: Study finds deaths from Omicron are 91% less than Delta

A new study provides some good news in the pandemic. Omicron has a 91% lower chance of causing death than the Delta variant of COVID-19 with few deaths worldwide. The study, which ...

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James “Jim” Moore

James “Jim” Moore January 12, 2022. James “Jim” Moore passed away January 12, 2022. Funeral Services will be 11:00 AM, Monday, January 17, 2022 at Langsford Funeral Home, Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Jim ...

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China, Mexico fueling American overdose death surge

Drug overdose deaths in the United States increased by nearly 30 percent during the first year of the pandemic. Nearly 97,000 Americans died from overdoses between March 2020 and March 2021, according ...

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Group pushes to legalize recreational marijuana use in Missouri

Missouri could become the new Colorado if a newly filed ballot measure legalizing recreational use of marijuana passes. Legal Missouri 2022, a statewide coalition, filed the initiative seeking to legalize recreational marijuana ...

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Life Expectancy Saw Biggest Drop Since World War II in 2020

We just got some bad, if not very surprising, news. Newly released Centers for Disease Control data show that life expectancy fell significantly in 2020. And, no, not just because of COVID-19. ...

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Israel recorded no Covid deaths last week, will allow more tourists July 1

Israel hit a milestone in the last week and recording zero Covid deaths for the first time in over a year. At the height of the pandemic in January, dozens of people ...

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