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New Missouri law prevents pharmacists from questioning certain COVID-19 treatments

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Missouri doctors would be protected for prescribing ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine as treatments under a bill passed by the Legislature late in the session. The measure that would put this rule into effect ...

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Judge stops Biden administration from ending Title 42

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The Biden administration is being told it cannot end Title 42, an important border policy that allows authorities to quickly expel illegal immigrants at the southern U.S. border back to Mexico over ...

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Mickey Mouse legislation: Hawley bill to remove copyright protection gains support

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The move to strip Disney of its special copyright protections is growing more likely. Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley is finding growing support among fellow legislators and the public for his legislation. The ...

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All 50 states now have historic gas price above $4 a gallon

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Kansas was one of several states Monday where the average price of gas rose above $4 bringing the total number of states to 50. Numerous states have prices above $5 a gallon ...

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U.S. News & World Report ranks Kansas City as 51st best place to live

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The Kansas City area is the 51st-best place to live in the United States, according to the latest rankings by U.S. News & World Report. “Kansas City, Missouri, is no flyover Cowtown,” ...

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People attending The Send at Arrowhead Stadium reach Kansas City homes with gospel, food

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Young people shared the gospel with nearly 5,000 area homes and provided 6,000 more families with food and goods during the week leading up to The Send, a missions and prayer event ...

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Missouri legislative session ends with several budget, education bills passed

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The Missouri Legislature concluded a sometimes-contentious session last week with victories and disappointments for parties. These are the most significant actions, according to Missourinet. State budget. With little time to spare, the ...

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Annual Summer camp for at-risk kids may not happen if volunteers are not found

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A life-changing summer camp for disadvantaged kids may not happen for lack of volunteers. For decades City Union Mission in Kansas City has provided a free camp to low-income children across the ...

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Show-Me Christian School Graduating Seniors 2022

The 2022 graduating class of Show-Me Christian School.   Tristian Wieboldt

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Lutheran High School of Kansas City Graduating Seniors 2022

The 2022 graduating class of Lutheran High School of Kansas City. Rachel Ada Benjamin Alderman Robert Bottemuller Nicholas Chiappetta Cooper Hopkins Abigail Kinsey Victoire Le Grand Des Cloizeaux Mark Melton Jenna Mundt ...

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Kansas City Christian School Graduating Seniors 2022

The 2022 graduating class of Kansas City Christian School. Saint Adeogba Nichole Allen Grant Bough Luke Browning Grant Buresh Katy Dekker Kenna Finlason Julia Fogel Charles Jobson Alexander Knernschield Ethan Ko Emerson ...

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Increased charter school funding goes to Missouri House

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The Missouri Legislature is moving closer to providing increased funding for charter schools. The Senate passed a bill by a vote of 29 to five, and it now will go back to the ...

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Kansas City-area National Day of Prayer events and prayer guide

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Americans will gather Thursday, May 5, for the annual National Day Of Prayer. The region will host both in-person and virtual gatherings. See the list below as well as a full prayer ...

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This is how many people visited Branson last year

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After going through a difficult time during pandemic lockdowns, a record 10 million people visited the Branson area last year. “The numbers don’t lie – Branson is a destination that appeals to ...

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‘Fiddler on the Roof’ mirrors a world of family, love, and Russian aggression

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“Fiddler on the Roof” comes to Kansas City Tuesday, May 3, through Sunday, May 8 after the pandemic interrupted its national tour which began in 2018. The musical that was first performed ...

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Suspect in murder of retired police officer David Dorn to stand trial in July

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The man accused of murdering retired St. Louis police Captain David Dorn during BLM protests will stand trial July 15. Dorn, 77, was killed in the early morning hours of June 2, 2020, ...

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John Ashcroft will speak at upcoming luncheon for area pastors, ministry leaders

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John Ashcroft, former U.S. attorney general and Missouri governor and senator, will be the keynote speaker for an upcoming event for local pastors and ministry leaders. The Missouri Renewal Project is sponsoring ...

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Foster child says he won life’s ‘lottery’ as he graduates high school

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“Show-Me was like winning the lottery,” Tristian Wieboldt says. “Out of the hundreds of kids that apply [to Show-Me Christian Youth Home], only a few are lucky enough to be chosen. Most ...

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Missouri Republican legislators want to return $1 billion to taxpayers

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Missouri Republican lawmakers have some good news for taxpayers as the filing deadline approaches. Republican legislators have announced a plan to use $1 billion from the state’s historic surplus for tax rebates. ...

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Opinion: Missouri House approves Parents’ Bill of Rights

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The Missouri House has approved legislation that would give parents a greater say in the education their children receive. The House gave first-round approval to HB 1858, which creates the Parents’ Bill ...

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Staffing shortage harming ability  of Children’s Division to help foster kids

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Churches and ministries may want to pay extra close attention to children in their communities. Darrell Missey, the new director of the Missouri Children’s Division, says a severe staffing shortage is hurting ...

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Medical marijuana sales in Missouri reach $1 million daily

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Cannabis sales in Missouri averaged about $1 million a day in March. The long-term effects of what’s called “medical marijuana” have some concerned, even while its benefits as a treatment for chronic ...

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Students First Initiative promotes transparency in Missouri schools

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Transparency in schools has become a hotly debated topic across the nation. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt this week announced the launch of the Students First Initiative. Its goal is to create ...

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Almost 92 percent of national Congressional seats contested as Missouri, Florida decide redistricting

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The only states as of April 5 without new legislative and congressional districts in place for 2022 elections are Florida, New Hampshire, and Missouri. On April 4, Maryland became the 47th state to formally ...

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Former Missouri Sen. Kit Bond endorses Vicky Hartzler for Senate

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Former Missouri Sen. Kit Bond has endorsed Rep. Vicky Hartzler in the Republican primary. “Missourians deserve a senator who knows how to get things done,” he said. “Vicky has shown during her ...

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