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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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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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Anheuser Busch heiress announces campaign for Democratic Senate nomination

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A candidate with a familiar name has announced that she is running for the Democratic nomination to the U.S. Senate from Missouri. St. Louis beer heiress Trudy Busch Valentine joined the heated ...

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St. Louis among cities with highest inflation

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St. Louis now has the distinction of some of the highest inflation in the nation. The Gateway to the West city, which counts over two and a quarter million residents encompassing two ...

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Missouri teen turns rejection into success by starting his own business

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If you can’t join ‘em, beat ‘em. After being turned down for jobs by 17 fast-food restaurants, a St. Louis teen decided to start his own business. “It got pretty tiring,” Jonathan ...

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You can support law enforcement by becoming community members of Fraternal Order of Police

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You now have a practical way to show your support for law enforcement officers. The Missouri Fraternal Order of Police has launched a statewide initiative to increase membership and generate a wave ...

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Missouri Senate committee debates expanding charter schools

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The Missouri Senate Education Committee is considering a bill that would allow charter schools to expand beyond just Kansas City and St. Louis, Missourinet reported. The bill comes as, for the first ...

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COVID Mandates costly in Jackson County

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Looking back on 2021, there were many confrontations with local governments over COVID. One of the most highly publicized was Rae’s Café in Blue Springs which refused to comply with Jackson County ...

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Missouri Right to Life supports 7-1 Republican advantage in redistricting

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Missouri Right to Life wants the state’s eight congressional districts redrawn to give pro-life Congressional representatives the advantage. Susan Klein, executive director of the organization, testified at a House Special Committee on ...

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Dozens of education bills await Missouri legislators as new session begins

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Education is a hot topic in Missouri as the 101st General Assembly’s Second Session begins this week. More than 100 bills concerning education awaited lawmakers as they returned to Jefferson City on ...

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Samaritan’s Purse among those deploying to tornado ravaged areas

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Christian relief agencies are pouring into six states devastated by a historic tornado outbreak that hit Friday night into Saturday morning. Samaritan’s Purse is already on the ground with relief trucks and volunteers. ...

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100 may be dead after overnight storms across Midwest, South

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Kentucky’s governor says 100 people may be dead after a massive tornado tore across the state overnight. That death toll would be in addition to those lost in Missouri, Arkansas and other ...

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Missouri attorney general, St. Louis mayor spar over mask mandates

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The battle over mask mandates in Missouri has become a war of words between Attorney General Eric Schmitt and St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones. This week, Schmitt sent letters to local public health ...

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New MOScholars program will provide tuition assistance for low-income Missouri families

School choice remains a hot topic in the Missouri Legislature, with the new session starting in early January. Republican state Rep. Phil Christofanelli of St. Peters recently wrote an opinion piece for ...

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Missouri Rep. Cori Bush criticized for calling Rittenhouse judge, jury and defendant racist

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Missouri’s member of the Squad, Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of St. Louis, is under fire again, this time for her response to last Friday’s verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. “The judge. ...

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Chase Bank reverses cancel culture decision on Donald Trump Jr. event

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JPMorgan Chase, owner of the online payment system WePay, has reversed its decision not to handle payments for a Missouri Donald Trump Jr. event. Organizers said even after public pressure forced the ...

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Women, teen trafficking survivors find new life through Freedom 43:19 ministry

“When she came to us, her trafficker did not let her do simple things like brush her teeth,” states Jacqueline Williams describing one of many sex trafficking survivors.  “She had to almost ...

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Missouri Rep. Cori Bush blasts Joe Manchin for fiscal restraint

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Cori Bush, a freshman Democratic representative from St. Louis, is quickly making a name for herself as a member of the liberal Squad. She unloaded on Sen. Joe Manchin this week after ...

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Innovative programs may provide energy expense relief for Missouri households

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Although energy prices are rising, help may be on the way for Missouri consumers. Evergy is the state’s latest utility to launch a Pay As You Save (PAYS) program, in which the ...

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Palestinian student removes 9/11 memorial flags on university campus

Fadel Alkilani, student union vice president of finance at Washington University in St. Louis, removed nearly 3,000 flags commemorating the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The Young America’s Foundation placed the flags ...

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Public-private partnership leads to more than 100 human trafficking arrests

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A local Kansas City area organization, DeliverFund, provided support to a multistate operation to stop human trafficking. Operation United Front resulted in 102 arrests and the rescue of 47 victims and sex ...

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Group pushes to legalize recreational marijuana use in Missouri

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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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Missouri judge dismisses challenge to state’s Second Amendment Preservation Act

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An attempt by the Biden administration to block Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act has failed. A Cole County judge sided with the state last week, the day before the new law was ...

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Judge rules against St. Louis County mask mandate while court considers case

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A circuit judge has ruled that St. Louis County cannot enforce a mask mandate for now. Judge Ellen “Nellie” Ribaudo issued a preliminary injunction ordering the county to stop taking action to ...

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Franklin Graham to travel Route 66 sharing message of hope

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Franklin Graham is taking his message of hope on the road, with a series of events along historic Route 66, including Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma and other states, ending in California. “I think ...

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