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New state tax credits target film productions, concerts

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The film and music industries have long bypassed major investments in Missouri for states that offer tax incentives. That may change now that Gov. Mike Parson has signed legislation to provide tax ...

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Baylor is among these colleges experiencing revival

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The Asbury awakening and revival has not ended but is spreading across the nation, including Baylor University in Texas. What some have referred to as a potential new Great Awakening within Christian ...

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The Chosen meets Hamilton: ‘His Story the Musical’ seeks auditions

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In what’s being called “The Chosen meets Hamilton,” the new production His Story: The Musical is getting a lot of attention while opening up auditions. His Story: The Musical utilizes contemporary pop music ...

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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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Mayor Quinton Lucas to pray at local National Day of Prayer event

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Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas will join the National Day of Prayer service on the Country Club Plaza at Noon today. The gathering will take place at the JC Nichols fountain. Lucas ...

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More Holocaust survivors flee Ukraine to Israel

Holocaust survivors are among the thousands of Ukrainian Jews seeking refuge in Israel. They are now part of a mass Ukrainian refugee crisis that has seen almost 5 million flee their homes, ...

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Missouri and Kansas residents warned about risk to pets from coyotes

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Both Missouri and Kansas natural resource officials are warning the public about coyotes. The Missouri Department of Conservation says the residents should keep in mind that we’re now in what are four ...

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Ice cream socials will celebrate Missouri’s birthday on Aug. 10

As Missouri’s 20oth birthday approaches on August 10, communities across the state are hosting simultaneous ice cream socials. Below is a list of Kansas City-area events but there’s still time to plan your ...

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After Facebook ban, Trump launches national tour

Just days after Facebook banned Donald Trump for an additional two years, the former president has announced he will commence on a national “history tour.” The event promises a “never-before-heard inside view” ...

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Little Lions Summer Academy open at Plaza Heights

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Plaza Heights Christian Academy is happy to announce the opening of the Little Lions Summer Academy beginning May 2021! The Little Lions Summer Academy is a five-day-a-week academic and social program for ...

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Find an Operation Christmas Child shoebox drop-off location near you

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This month, local families can make a global impact as 5,000 sites across the nation will serve as drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection ...

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Margin KC brings Dave Ramsey’s teaching to more than 100 local churches

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Thousands of Kansas Citians are carrying their checkbooks as well as their Bibles to church this fall. It’s not to write out big tithe checks (although they likely would be welcome) but ...

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