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World Revival Church responds to allegations

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Kansas City-based World Revival Church recently came under scrutiny after a local television station produced a story with the headline “Congregation or Cult?” It outlined alleged abuse that occurred at the church. ...

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Missouri’s ‘Second Amendment Preservation Act’ signed into law

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Saturday signed the “Second Amendment Preservation Act.” It bans state law enforcement agencies from enforcing what many believe are unconstitutional Biden administration restrictions on gun ownership. The ...

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St. Louis is home to several historic churches to visit on summer getaways

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Local residents don’t have to travel to Europe to visit historic churches this summer. St. Louis has several excellent examples of church architecture. The city’s history dates back to the mid-18th century ...

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Federal Court blocks Missouri law that banned aborting babies with Down syndrome

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A federal appeals court panel on Wednesday blocked Missouri from banning abortions of children with Down syndrome. A three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis heard ...

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Silver Dollar City nominated for best amusement park in America

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Fans of Silver Dollar City in Branson can cast their votes in the 2021 #1 Amusement Park in America by USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards. The park already holds the title from previous ...

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Gov. Parson will sign prescription drug monitoring bill into law on Monday

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Missouri on Monday will become the final state to enact a prescription drug monitoring program. Gov. Mike Parson plans to sign bipartisan legislation from Holly Rehder (R-Scott City) and Rep. Travis Smith (R-Dora) on ...

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LaMar’s Donuts will celebrate National Donut Day Friday and help the Salvation Army

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LaMar’s Donuts and Coffee is planning several sweet deals for National Donut Day on Friday, June 4. The day is dedicated to celebrating the members of the Salvation Army who served donuts ...

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Missouri Republicans extend food assistance to kids all summer

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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has been helping families in need during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Through the Summer Food Service Program, hundreds of thousands of meals have ...

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Legislators want special session to stop critical race theory in Missouri schools

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Two Missouri lawmakers have sent a letter to Gov Mike Parson to request a special legislative session to address the teaching of critical race theory in state schools. In the letter, Sen. ...

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Missouri saw whopping 26% loss of all small businesses during Covid

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A new report finds that the biggest casualty of Covid lockdowns across the nation was small businesses. The report says that 26% of all small businesses in Missouri closed, with an unknown ...

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Where do experts say the housing market is headed?

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As we enter the middle of 2021, many are wondering if we’ll see big changes in the housing market during the second half of this year. From Kansas City to Miami, Phoenix ...

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Israel’s first tour group after Covid arrives from Missouri

Israel has reopened to international tourists for the first time in over a year. The Israel Ministry of Tourism announced that the flight arrived from Newark International Airport in New Jersey and ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley’s new book outlines threats from big tech

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“The Tyranny of Big Tech” is the book that corporate monopolies don’t want you to read, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley recently told CBN News In his new book, (at end of article) ...

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Senate unanimously approves Hawley bill on Wuhan lab

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In a major victory for bipartisanship, Senator Josh Hawley has convinced the entire Senate to vote unanimously for a bill over the Wuhan lab. The bill requires the Biden administration to declassify ...

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Missouri legislature may call special session over Kansas City defunding police

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Missouri Republicans are calling for a special legislative session to address the Kansas City Council and Mayor Quinton Lucas defunding the police department. Lucas, who recently traveled to Washington DC to meet ...

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Petition would require public vote to implement Missouri gas tax increase

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Not so fast on the recently passed Missouri gas tax hike, said Jeremy Cady, state director of Americans For Prosperity. The Secretary of State’s Office is now accepting comments on a referendum ...

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Submissions sought for Missouri Bicentennial time capsule

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The Missouri Bicentennial time capsule is seeking submissions from clubs, schools, community groups, churches, businesses and government agencies to commemorate the state’s bicentennial this year. The deadline to submit to the time ...

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Missouri becomes one of last states to tax online purchases

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For over a decade, brick-and-mortar retailers have called foul on the fact that Amazon purchases were not subject to sales tax. Economists say that policy allowed Amazon, and other online retailers, to ...

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Claire McCaskill: Republicans want ‘a rape victim put in prison’

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Claire McCaskill may no longer be Missouri’s U.S. Senator but it hasn’t stopped her from attacking Republicans. She typically tweets her obscenities, such as this week when she tweeted “Eff them!” to ...

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Mark McCloskey, known for confronting protesters, enters Missouri Senate race

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Mark McCloskey, who made national headlines last summer when he and his wife defended their St. Louis home against protestors, announced on Tuesday that he is entering the U.S. Senate race in ...

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Babylon Bee pokes fun at Missouri, Kansas over vaccine enticements

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The satirical website Babylon Bee released a story on what states are giving away to encourage residents to get vaccinated. Included on list, which pokes fun at all 50 states, are “Free ...

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Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush supports Hamas in ‘fight’ against Israel

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Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush has come out on the House floor as publicly “in solidarity” with Hamas and the attacks on Israel. As of this week, more than 3,000 rockets have been ...

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Free event Monday night will discuss Critical Race Theory in local schools

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Is Critical Race Theory invading your public schools? Why should you be concerned? Those questions will be addressed at a public forum Monday evening, May 17. “Critical Race Theory Exposed” will delve ...

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Whatever happened to Francis Schaeffer?

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Dr. Francis Schaeffer was one of the most influential figures in evangelical Christianity in the 1970s and 1980s. Young people seeking answers traveled to L’Abri, his home in Switzerland, and millions of ...

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Missouri Legislature passes first gas tax increase in quarter-century

Missourians may finally see some much-needed road infrastructure improvements. The Legislature has passed the first gas and diesel tax increase in over 25 years.  The state currently has one of the lowest ...

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