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Missouri legislature to address biological males in girl’s high school sports

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As state legislatures across the country move to protect women’s sports from biological males, Missouri is addressing the issue this year. But the effort is getting off to a rocky star. A ...

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Missouri officials criticize drag show attended by Columbia middle schoolers

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A drag show seen by middle-school students in Columbia is drawing criticism from parents and state officials. At the annual Columbia Values Diversity Breakfast, timed to be near the Martin Luther King ...

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Parkville is entrusted with the stories of the people they serve

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The work of Parkville Women’s Clinic goes far beyond your standard medical appointment or even our material assistance of diapers, wipes, etc. Each and every day, we encounter women and men who ...

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Widening Interstate 70 near Kansas City is part of Gov. Parson’s agenda for 2023

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson laid out his 2023 agenda in his State of the State address to the General Assembly. His legislative priorities include widening and rebuilding the I-70 corridor; providing an ...

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Parents Bill of Rights at top of agenda for Missouri lawmakers

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Missouri lawmakers on Wednesday afternoon will hear testimony about legislation called the Parents Bill of Rights. Parental access to school records and critical race theory are among the first topics being considered ...

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Missouri priest sentenced to prison for 6,000 child porn images

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A retired Missouri priest has been sentenced to five years in prison after it was discovered he had made slideshow presentations containing thousands of images of child pornography. 72-year old James T. ...

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Missouri governor declares January 22-28 as School Choice Week

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Gov. Mike Parson has officially declared January 22-28 as School Choice Week in Missouri. Over the next four weeks, more than a dozen other governors are expected to join this proclamation. During the week, state, city and county ...

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New Rep. Mark Alford lays out agenda for 4th District

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Former news anchor Mark Alford is quickly adapting to his new role of representing Missouri’s 4th Congressional District. It is the only district in the state that has a new representative in ...

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January 20 March for Life will end at U.S. Capitol instead of Supreme Court

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Although the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Roe v. Wade unconstitutional last summer, the battle for life is far from over. The 50th annual March for Life is changing its destination but not its ...

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Region’s largest Christian college fair is March 4 in Kansas City

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Christian colleges from across the nation will visit Kansas City March 4 for the largest Christian College Expo in the midwest. The 25th annual Christian College Expo will feature over 50 Christian ...

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Missouri carries out first execution of transgender criminal

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Missouri on Tuesday evening followed through with the execution of an individual identifying as a woman. Scott “Amber” McLaughlin, 49, a biological male who identified as a woman while in prison, was ...

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Missouri offers wealth of travel options close to home in 2023

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Cold winter days are a great time to daydream about travel plans for the coming year. The “Springfield News-Leader” recommends several locations close to home in Missouri. Elephant Rocks State Park. Elephant ...

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Legislation blocks foreign ownership of Missouri farmland

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Increasing ownership of U.S. farmland by the Chinese government has raised red flags in Missouri and other states. State lawmakers in 2013 voted to allow up to 1 percent of farmland to ...

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The fascinating history of air travel in Kansas City and the Midwest

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When we think of air travel today, we think of the airports around the country, and we think of the number of flights that go through Chicago or Atlanta. We think about ...

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Kansas City will enjoy rare white Christmas this week

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With snow on the ground and Arctic temperatures sweeping south, Kansas City will enjoy a white Christmas this week. It is fairly unusual because Kansas City has only had a white Christmas ...

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As temps plummet, local shelters activate emergency mode

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The Kansas City region hasn’t been this cold in December since 1989. It’s putting a strain on homeless shelters as individuals and families seek warmth. The National Weather Service office in Pleasant ...

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List of Kansas City-area Christmas light displays

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Local families can brighten their Christmas season with a number of light displays on both sides of the state line.  Even with record bitter cold predicted for this week, there are numerous ...

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Independence School District adopting four-day schedule has drawbacks for families

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Independence School District moving to a four-day school week gets national attention. “The impetus behind it was to attract and retain staff,” Superintendent Dal Herl told “Good Morning America.” “If you look ...

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Walmart giving funds drag shows for kids and other progressive agendas

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As you complete your Christmas shopping part of what you’re paying Walmart is funding radical what many consider radical agendas of the left aimed at children. The Walton family and their Walmart ...

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Nation needs to turn to God for healing says Congressman-elect Mark Alford

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Newly elected Mark Alford is transitioning from sitting behind a news desk in Kansas City to representing Missouri’s 4th District in Congress. He believes God has been preparing him for this moment. ...

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Summit Christian Academy soccer team finishes second in Missouri Class 1 playoffs

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Summit Christian Academy has just completed its best season ever in boys soccer. The Lee’s Summit school was the runner-up in the Missouri Class 1 playoffs. St. Francis Borgia beat the Eagles ...

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Popular Missouri Turkey survives another Thanksgiving

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A 25-pound turkey near West Plains may be the luckiest bird in Missouri this Thanksgiving. Blissfully unaware of a turkey’s traditional Thanksgiving contribution, Peepers isn’t afraid of human interaction. The sizable fowl has ...

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Economy impairs ministries providing Thanksgiving meals

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High inflation and a slow economy are making it harder for local shelters to feed the needy this Thanksgiving. Shelter KC, which will serve nearly 4,000 meals this week, is feeling the ...

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Blunt, Hawley disagree in vote to codify same-sex marriage into federal law

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One of Roy Blunt’s final acts as senior senator from Missouri was to vote in favor of a proposal to codify same-sex marriage in federal law Wednesday. Sen. Josh Hawley voted against ...

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Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley declares Republican Party dead after midterm defeats

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It’s time to bury the Republican Party after coming up short in the midterm elections, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley said. “The old party is dead,” he said. “Time to bury it. Build ...

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