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Pineville, Missouri assistant Pastor sentenced to federal prison for producing child pornographyA former Pineville, Missouri assistant Pastor gets a 25-year federal prison sentence for Child Porn Charges.

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Bald eagles continue nesting comeback in MissouriMDC tracking eagle nests statewide to monitor iconic raptors Kansas City, Mo. - Missouri's contribution to the recovery of bald eagle populations in the United States continues this summer, as eagle pairs finish raising young at nests.

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Missouri Healthcare Director says the state Coronavirus test results could be misleadingThe Missouri Healthcare Director Randall Williams says the state has been combining the results of virus tests and antibody tests, which can be misleading to citizens.

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Healthcare for Missouri Coalition lobby in Joplin for Medicaid expansionMissouri voters will decide if they want to expand Medicaid during the August 4th election.

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Claycomo Ford Plant halts production to clean facility after an employee tests positive for COVID-19A minor is in the hospital with serious injuries after a canoe wreck on Elk River.

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Historic fountain returns to the Pittsburg Public LibraryA soldier stationed in Leavenworth saves "Countless lives" after hitting a gunman with his car.

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Sources: MLBPA to counter MLB proposal with more games, full prorated salariesThe Major League Baseball Players Association expects to counter MLB's economic proposal by the end of this week with a plan that includes more than 100 games and a guarantee of full prorated salaries for the 2020 season, sources familiar with union discussions told ESPN.

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Lawsuit between ex-law school employee, dean fails under Kansas lawThe Missouri Court of Appeals Western District ruled that a former University of Kansas School of Law employee can't sue her supervisor for a car crash they were involved in at a Kansas City law firm.

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Kansas City Board of Elections says poll workers neededOn June 2, Kansas City voters will go to the polls for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Latest updated blogGood Thursday morning, everyone. We're all starting out on a bit of a chilly note underneath our mostly cloudy skies and even some pockets of mist across the area.

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First Time CBD Buyers Guide: What Blue Ribbon Hemp Product Is Right For You?This article was originally published on Blue Ribbon Hemp. To view the original article, click here.

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Dense Fog Advisory for Friday MorningSlow Down, Use Your Headlights, And Leave Plenty Of Distance Ahead Of You. Visibility One Quarter Mile Or Less In Dense Fog.

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Missouri man lands on FBI's 'Wanted' list, $25,000 reward offeredThe FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the location and arrest of a Missouri man.

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An exit interview with CJ Moore of The Athletic and Reed NikkoThis was a fun read, y'all.. In an exit interview with The Athletic, CJ Moore and the lone senior, BIG 'SOTA Reed Nikko, touched on a variety of topics, including the expectations for next season's team, becoming a full-time starter as a senior, his future plans, and much more.

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Area Injury Accidents and Arrest from the MSHPCrash Report Details Crash Information Investigated By Incident# GPS Latitude GPS Longitude Date Time County Location Troop TPR.

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Michael Porter Jr's tweet about George Floyd's death draws harsh repliesFormer Missouri Tiger Michael Porter Jr, now a member of the Denver Nuggets faced mostly severe backlash on social media after his tweet calling for prayer after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis by police.

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Second lawsuit filed against Missouri Medicaid expansionA second lawsuit has been filed against a ballot proposal to expand Medicaid health care eligibility to thousands more low-income adults.

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On opposite ends of state, Missouri cities go different directions on building energy useAs St. Louis adopts a major building energy policy, Kansas City's code update appears stuck in homebuilder politics.

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UPDATE: Truck fire on I-44 west of Springfield, MissouriThe fire happened at the 65.8 mile marker near the Republic/Bois D'Arc interchange.

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Missouri Dhss Reports Total Number Of Confirmed Covid-19 Cases Nears 12,500 In StateIncreasing by another 200 on Wednesday, May 27, the total number of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 is now approaching 12,500 in Missouri.

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Maren Morris Sets New Record On Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart With "The Bones"Maren Morris' "The Bones" has broken a chart record previously set by Taylor Swift. "The Bones" has been No.

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Clinton Fire Department Seeking Individuals To Serve As Volunteer FirefightersDo you have a desire to help others? Are you ready to serve your community in a way that few can?

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Biolab construction in Kansas stops after COVID-19 confirmedConstruction at a national biosecurity lab in Manhattan has stopped after a worker tested positive for COVID-19.

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KCFD responds to overnight fireKansas City Firefighters quickly put out a fire near East 68th Street and Cleveland Avenue overnight.

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Missouri's Hawley: It's time for the Coast Guard to act on duck boatsMissouri's junior senator says the deadly 2018 duck boat tragedy which killed 17 victims on southwest Missouri's Table Rock Lake should never have occurred.

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As heated protests over George Floyd's death continue, Minnesota governor warns of 'extremely dangerous situation'12 minutes 38 seconds ago Thursday, May 28 2020 May 28, 2020 Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:09:08 AM CDT May 28, 2020 in News.

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May 28, 1819The first steamboat on the Missouri River arrived at Franklin. Most riverboats could not traverse the Missouri because of the strong current and the extreme number of submerged snags.

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KC mental health expert sees more African Americans experiencing racial traumaEscalating violence in the black community and multiple viral videos showing African-Americans being killed is affecting the black community.

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Missouri public schools may face state funding withholdings due to the pandemicMissouri Governor Mike Parson announced on Wednesday that public schools should anticipate withholdings of state funds.

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Registration for 2020 Upper Mississippi Waterfowl Blind Drawings Opens June 20St. Charles, MO. The Missouri Department of Conservation will open the 2020 registration for hunting blind sites on the Upper Mississippi Conservation Area restricted waterfowl hunting zone from June 20-July 5.

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Dive Cuts with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris Season 3 Episode 26 WITH Special Guest Ken PomeroyThey have a special guest lined up for today's episode that does not need much of an introduction if you are a fan of College Basketball.

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T-storms lining up again for ThursdayFor Thursday, we'll have a cold front coming out of the Northern Plains and the Rocky Mountains to push our stubborn stationary front out of the picture.

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T-storm chances winding down this eveningAfter t-storm chances this afternoon stuck with us to get the evening started, we'll have our rain chances gradually work down to a few showers overnight.

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Webb City police officer and 2-year-old son hit by car on vacation in FloridaThe Webb City, Missouri police department says an officer and his 2-year-old son were hit by a drunk driver while they were vacation in Florida.

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Farm to Table: Missouri Farm Bureau creates list of farmers who sell direct to consumersAfter meatpacking plants had to shut down due to COVID-19 outbreaks, meat prices across Missouri quickly increased, and haven't yet come back down.

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Tropical UpdateAn early look at the Tropics on this May 27th of 2020 has us keeping an eye on a weakening tropical depression in the Lower 48 and a future wave that will still develop in the Pacific.

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Missouri Lottery: Alexandria Arcobasso Uncovered $50K Scratchers PrizeImperial, MO. Alexandria Arcobasso uncovered a $50,000 prize on a Missouri Lottery "$1,000,000 Money Multiplier" Scratchers ticket purchased at Home Service Oil, 2865 Seckman Road, in Imperial, Missouri.

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Missouri Lottery: $50K Scratchers Ticket Purchased in KC by Victor IbanezKansas City, MO. Kansas City resident Victor Ibanez uncovered a $50,000 prize on a Missouri Lottery "$50,000 Crossword Extra" Scratchers ticket he purchased at U.S. Fuels, 1301 Prospect Ave., in Kansas City.

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KCKPD: Woman connected to Wednesday evening shooting found safeGunfire critically wounded a man Wednesday night and the suspected shooter might have forced a woman to drive him from the crime scene.

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We take a look at southeast Kansas will manage taking over COVID issuesWe're learning more about how counties in Kansas will make COVID related decisions after the governor returned control to local authorities.

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Suspect arrested after chase in Missouri crosses state lineFarm to Table: Missouri Farm Bureau creates list of farmers who sell direct to consumers.

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Medicaid expansion advocates visit Joplin's Freeman HospitalFarm to Table: Missouri Farm Bureau creates list of farmers who sell direct to consumers.

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Joplin School officials talk about earlier start date at city briefingWebb City police officer and 2-year-old son hit by car on vacation in Florida.

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Pandemic prompts drive-through job fair in PittsburgThe Coronavirus has changed many aspects of our daily lives, and that includes those on the hunt for a job.

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Weather at 6pm 5/27/20Farm to Table: Missouri Farm Bureau creates list of farmers who sell direct to consumers.

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Kansans wait for PUA payments, state says payments in processThe Kansas Department of Labor announced the processing of $107,145,399 in unemployment benefits Wednesday. This amount includes regular unemployment, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation.

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Missouri Lottery: $50,000 Scratchers Prize Won by Kristi Lybarger in Kansas CityKristi Lybarger of Kansas City was recently surprised when she uncovered the top prize on a Missouri Lottery "$50,000 Crossword Extra" Scratchers game.

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KCMO COVID-19 restrictions will be extended into JuneThe 10/10/10 restrictions in Kansas City, Missouri, will continue into next week, but it's unclear how far out Mayor Quinton Lucas plans to push that extension.

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Bald Eagles Continue Nesting Comeback in MissouriKansas City, MO. Missouri's contribution to the recovery of bald eagle populations in the United States continues this summer, as eagle pairs finish raising young at nests.

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Mehlville senior named to the Missouri Scholars 100Mehlville High School senior Sydney Lahm was named to the Missouri Scholars 100, an annual list of the top 100 high-school seniors from across the state.

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County clerks taking precautions for June 2 Missouri municipal electionThe election was pushed from April to June by Governor Mike Parson at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How is Missouri testing for coronavirus? A look at 3 methodsDuring the Parson administration's daily COVID-19 briefing Wednesday, Missouri's top health official announced a new method being used in Missouri.

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No New Cases Of Covid-19 Reported For The Third Day In A Row In Saline CountySaline County Health Department Administrator, Tara Brewer reports the number of positive cases of the virus that have been confirmed in the county remains at 268.

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Testing Underway At 7 Missouri Veterans HomesThe Missouri Veterans Commission says it plans to test the veterans and staff at all of its veterans homes for signs of COVID-19.

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Eastern Kansas businesses, residents continue to rebuild after 2019 tornadoThe sound and destruction of a tornado is something the Hahn family in Linwood will never forget.

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Bad weather postpones Missouri astronaut's trip to spaceSt. Louis County native and NASA astronaut Bob Behnken's mission to the International Space Station will have to wait.

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Missouri Job Center in Springfield to open on ThursdayAfter being closed for more than two months because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Missouri Job Center in Springfield will be the state's first employment facility to reopen Thursday morning at 8:30.

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2 Kansas companies fined $1M each for releasing chlorine gas over AtchisonTwo companies have paid a $1 million fine each in response to the cloud of chlorine gas that was released in October 2016 over Atchison, Kansas.

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KCK public schools will hold graduation ceremonies at Boulevard Drive-InThe Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools is holding graduation ceremonies at the Boulevard Drive-In starting June 1.

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Records: Independence man turns himself in after fatally shooting girlfriendAn Independence man is facing a murder charge after he turned himself in to police, saying he had fatally shot his girlfriend at their home, according to prosecutors and court records.

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Driver killed in crash as shooting suspects chased each otherAn uninvolved motorist died Wednesday following a crash caused by two people who were chasing each other following a shooting.

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Pettis County Health Department Confirms Six New Cases Of Covid-19The Pettis County Health Center has reported an additional six positive cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total number to 78.

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Missouri hospital cuts continue during coronavirus pandemicMercy Hospital administrators in St. Louis and Springfield furloughed more than 1,300 workers. Some of those jobs were permanently eliminated.

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St. Louis Public Health Director Doesn't Meet Requirements, City Counselor SaysThe man leading St. Louis' response to coronavirus isn't "quite there" in meeting the required qualifications for his position, the city's attorney says.

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Second lawsuit filed against Missouri Medicaid expansionJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Conservative advocacy group United for Missouri on Wednesday announced it's suing to take a proposal to expand Medicaid health care eligibility to thousands more...

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COVID-19 Was In Missouri A Month Before The First Case Was Reported, According To Updated DataMissouri Gov. Mike Parson announced the first positive test of COVID-19 in the state on March 7.

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KCATA approves funding to sustain IndeBus services for 1 yearThe Kansas City Area Transportation Authority approved on Wednesday one year of funding to keep bus service within Independence active.

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Donald BrownDonald Calvin Brown, age 78 passed away May 24, 2020 at his home surrounded by his family.

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Missouri man begins randomly shooting on Centennial Bridge in Leavenworth, stopped by heroic driverA Missouri man got out of his car and began shooting in random directions on the Centennial Bridge in Leavenworth, Kansas Wednesday.

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Have Workplace Safety Products or Services? Add Your Business Here, Make a DifferenceMissouri Enterprise, a MOSourceLink Resource Partner, announced a new workplace safety products and services directory.

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Federal, state health officials: Brighton Gardens placed residents in 'Immediate Jeopardy'Federal and state health investigators cited Brighton Gardens of Prairie Village for a range of "deficiencies" in its response and responsibilities related to a COVID-19 cluster at the long-term care facility.

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Clergy Response Network to host virtual town hall on African-American response to COVID-19The Clergy Response Network is hosting a free virtual town hall Thursday night. The group of faith leaders from different religions are inviting the public and their congregations to share and learn about being safe at home, work and in church during COVID-19.

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Nadyne Marie WalkerNadyne Marie Walker, age 92, resident of Ft. Scott, KS, died Sunday, May 24, 2020, at her home.

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The Joplin Public Library sets reopening date with regulations in place for safetyThe Joplin Public Library has released their tentative reopening date for June 8th, but it doesn't come without some new regulations in place.

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Missouri veterans homes plan to test all staff, residents for COVID-19All staff and residents at the Cameron Veterans Home began being tested for COVID-19 on Wednesday.

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Gov. Kelly's move to put reopening plans in county hands causes confusionBusinesses are dealing with some confusion after Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly put reopening plans into the hands of individual counties.

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Livestock Producers Urged To Keep An Eye Out For Poison HemlockThe University of Missouri Extension is urging livestock producers to watch out for a plant that causes problems in livestock offspring.

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Angeline Frances "Angel" ForcumAngel is survived by her mother Deana Wall and stepfather Mike McNeely of Quapaw, sisters Tiana Marquez of Baxter Springs and Kristy McNeely of Quapaw, brother Sheldon Sharlow of Neosho, MO, son Jordan Morgan and daughter-in-law Charleigh Morgan of Broken Arrow, daughter Baylee Forcum of Pittsburg, KS, one grandson Tyler Morgan, grandfather...

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Gaye BaldwinCarmen "Gaye" Baldwin, 78 of Nevada, passed away with her family by her side on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at Moore-Few Care Center in Nevada.

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Ameristar Casino Hotel in KCMO to reopen next weekAmeristar Casino Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri, plans to reopen next week with limited capacity and additional safety measures in place.

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Dorothy May BrandenburgDorothy May Brandenburg, age 87, Joplin, Missouri, passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020.

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Dr. Lonnie G Jay DvmDr. Lonnie Gene Jay, DVM, 73, a long-time resident of Miami, Oklahoma, passed away peacefully on May 22 2020, after a brief illness.

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Shelly Kay Guder CollierShelly Kay Guder Collier, age 47, a resident of rural Bronson, Kansas, passed away Friday, May 22, 2020, at the home of her parents in rural Bronson.

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COVID-19 Was In Missouri A Month Before The First Case Was Reported, According To Updated DataMissouri Gov. Mike Parson announced the first positive test of COVID-19 in the state on March 7.

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Boyd Gaming To Reopen Properties In Nevada, Missouri And IowaLAS VEGAS, May 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Boyd Gaming Corporation today announced plans to resume operations at 13 properties in Nevada, Missouri and Iowa, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals.

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Charles W. WhitworthCharles W. Whitworth, 87, Joplin, Missouri, passed away suddenly on Wednesday morning, May 20, 2020 at his home.

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Lynette Renee VannLynette Renee Vann, age 55, resident of Ft. Scott, KS, died Thursday, May 21, 2020, at Via Christi Hospital, Pittsburg, KS.

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LIVE: Missouri Gov. Mike Parson to address veterans homesMike Parson will discuss the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Missouri governor disputes two COVID-19 media reportsGov. Mike Parson will hold his regular COVID-19 briefing at 3 p.m. in the Missouri Capitol.

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George Edwin Burns, Sr.George Edwin Burns, Sr., age 79 of Cherokee, passed away at his home at 8:43 PM on Thursday, May 21, 2020 with family present.

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Donald Ray McLaughlinDonald Ray McLaughlin, age 73, passed away at 10:15 am, Thursday, May 21, 2020 at his home in Chetopa following an illness.

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Joseph Paul AdamsJoseph Paul Adams 94, of Baxter Springs, KS passed from this life on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at Wildwood Nursing Home, Joplin, MO.

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Charlene TaylorCharlene M. Taylor, 91, of Parsons, died at 12:03 p.m., Friday, May 22, 2020 at the Presbyterian Manor.

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Lake of the Ozarks Bar Responds to Party Backlash: 'No Laws Were Broken'The owner of a Lake of the Ozarks bar that was the scene of a wild pool party this past weekend has released a statement after several photos and videos that show large crowds and a complete lack of social distancing at the event went viral, quickly becoming international news.

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Columbia nursing home employee tests positive"All appropriate notifications have been made to residents, families and regulatory agencies," Bowers said. "The home has already initiated the process to have all employees and residents receive a COVID test."

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American virus deaths at 100,000: What does a number mean?And as the unwanted figure arrives - nearly a third of the global death toll in the first five months of a very trying year - what can looking at that one and those five zeroes tell us?

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MINK League cancels 2020 baseball seasonThe MINK League has made the decision to cancel the 2020 season, meaning no summer baseball for the Joplin Outlaws and Nevada Griffons.

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Beverley A. NicoleBeverley A. Nicole age 67 of Webb City, Missouri passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin.

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Russell Wayne ThomasRussell Wayne Thomas 71, of Wyandotte, Oklahoma passed away Tuesday May 19, 2020 at his home.

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David WoodwardDavid L. Woodward, 75, Seneca, MO passed into eternal rest May 20, 2020 at his home in Seneca after an illness.

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James Earl ChanceJames Earl Chance, age 57, of Cherokee Village, Arkansas, passed away at 9:55 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at Select Specialty Hospital in Springfield, Missouri.

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Barbara LastBarbara Carolyn Last, 88, of Mount Vernon, Missouri, had her homecoming to heaven on May 20, 2020.

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Francis Whitton StewartFrancis Whitton Stewart, 79, passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at his home in Schell City.

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'It's A Nightmare' — Police And Community Leaders Puzzled By Spike In Homicides In South Kansas CiKansas City, Missouri, has continued to struggle with a rising tally of homicides and shootings, even amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Elmer Robert LindemanElmer Robert Lindeman, age 87, of Aurora, Missouri, passed away at 4:06 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, at his home.

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Missouri Sex Offender Is Arrested in Pike County For Failure to RegisterYour source for news and information in West Central Illinois. WLDS/WEAI Radio in Jacksonville, Illinois.

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Finger wagging is no way to leadSerious times aren't the times for the crazies on either side. Serious times are for sober rational leaders.

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St Louis Trip 2014Shortly after Christmas 2013 I booked my flights to St Louis. I had looked at the schedule and saw a week in September where the Cardinals played the Rockies, Reds and Brewers all at home and with it being mid-September the weather wouldn't be too hot.

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Howard Dwayne ReesHoward Dwayne Rees age 77 of Humboldt, KS passed away Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at Allen County Hospital.

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Bettye Lee ClaibourneBettye Claibourne-Barbour passed away on May 19, 2020 in Prairie Village, KS where she was a resident of the Brighton Garden Assisted Living Home.

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Mr. Food: Lemon Poppy Seed Pound CakeThis pound cake will certainly brighten up your day! From the fresh aroma of it baking to the first forkful of lemony bliss, our Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake is a real delight.

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Joyce Darlene CoverJoyce Darlene Cover, 72, a former Vinita resident passed away at Seneca House in Seneca, Missouri.

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Body found in river may be that of missing Oklahoma childPolice in Tulsa said Wednesday that a body found in a river in eastern Oklahoma is believed to be that of a 3-year-old girl who disappeared Friday with her younger brother.

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Agnes Marie ElbertMrs. Agnes Marie Elbert, 91, of Joplin, Missouri, departed this life on Monday evening, May 18, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri.

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James "Red Dog" Allan HanoverJames "Red Dog" Allan Hanover of Quapaw, OK passed from this life Thursday, May 14, 2020.

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Susan Lynn BrownSusan Lynn Brown, age 65, resident of Ft. Scott, KS, died late Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at her home.

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Former Pineville pastor sentenced for producing child pornA former Pineville, Missouri, pastor was sentenced in federal court today for producing child pornography.

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'Sticker shock' coming to Jackson County poll locationsChanges are coming for the June 2 election in Jackson County, which was postponed from April 7 by executive order amid statewide stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ex-southwest Missouri pastor sentenced to prison for producing child pornographyRyan Crawford was the assistant pastor at First Baptist Church in Pineville for approximately seven years until his arrest on state charges in 2017.

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Joplin Schools kindergarten pre-enrollment online helps initiate processJoplin Schools posts an online form for kindergarten pre-enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year. They released the following.

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No recycling pickup next week after waste employees exposed to COVID-19The city of Columbia will not be collecting residential recycling curbside the week of May 25 after Columbia / Boone County Public Health and Human Services confirmed Saturday that several employees and temporary staffers had been exposed to COVID-19.

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Three arrested on drug charges in FultonThree people were arrested on drug charges after a narcotics search occurred at 1504 Monroe Street in Fulton.

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Lake of the Ozarks Memorial Day Commemorative T-Shirts Now AvailableOne of our favorite Midwestern businesses, RAYGUN, has issued commemorative T-shirts marking the Memorial Day insanity at the Lake of the Ozarks.

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1 man shot, 1 other injured in road-rage incident on Centennial BridgeTwo people were injured Wednesday morning, including one who was shot, in a suspected road-rage incident on the Centennial Bridge, which spans the Missouri River.

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Election primer: Jackson County voters will decide 13 tax questions next weekMissouri Gov. Mike Parson postponed the scheduled April 7 election by executive order amid a statewide stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Almost 150 people exposed to coronavirus at salon after second hairdresser tests positiveAll clients and stylists were wearing face masks, hopefully minimising risk of transmission.

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St. Louis photographer Heidi Drexler releases "Shelter and Plates" cookbookDrexler created the cookbook during the stay-at-home orders, when she created a master list of 40 recipes and started cooking, styling, and photographing.

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Kansas City area firm to slash nearly 700 jobs beginning FridayA U.S. defense and government services contractor based out of the Kansas City suburb of Lee's Summit is laying off nearly 700 workers beginning Friday.

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Legislative session winners 2020I asked our readers, reporters, subscribers, and some former legislators to give us their perspectives on who came out of this historically bizarre session a winner.

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Missouri Minute: Parson moves Medicaid expansion vote to August primary; Mercy reports more than 1,300 cuts, furloughsGood morning, MBA readers, Amid a wave of pandemic-driven layoff notifications that could mean multiple big employers across the state shedding at least 1,000 jobs apiece, Gov.

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The COVID-19 pandemic in St. Louis' 63106 ZIP code, where residents are expected to live 18 years less than in 63105"Eighteen years," muses Steven Jones. "That's a lifetime of experience by itself."

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In 1990, Dr. Robert Poirier was tasked with solving an epidemic to come in 2020. Now, he's living it"Although, we felt by 2020, computers would be advanced enough to track and trace," Poirier says, "which is very important in preventing the spread of a viral-based epidemic."

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Pitt State football cancels June campsPittsburg State football has canceled its camps scheduled for the month of June due to COVID-19.

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Missouri Valley unveils softball, baseball scheduleMissouri Valley) - Missouri Valley is the latest KMAland team to unveil their baseball and softball schedules.

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The Missouri Tigers Legends Draft: Round XXTwo former first-team All-Conference players in the trenches go off the board in the 20th round of the draft.

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Missouri Job Center in Springfield to open on ThursdayAfter being closed for more than two months because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Missouri Job Center in Springfield will be the state's first employment facility to reopen Thursday morning at 8:30.

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Work will cause ramp closure from Mexico City Ave. to I-29 in Platte CountyThe Missouri Department of Transportation will close the southbound ramp from Mexico City Ave. to I-29 from 9 a.m.

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Apotheosis Comics will deliver comics and beer to your doorstep. Here are 4 pairings worth checking outThe comic shop and bar is doing curbside service and free same-day delivery within the city limits.

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Teen Birth Rate Once Again Falls SignificantlyThe teen birth rate in 2018 was less than half of what it was 10 years ago, according to figures just released.

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MO COVID-19 testing exceeding targets, new test type arriving in stateMissouri's actual testing is so far higher than its target.

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Route UU in Oregon County to CLOSE for Pavement OverlayMissouri Route UU in Oregon County will CLOSE as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform pavement overlay.

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Pande-Mix: John Prine and the Darkly ComicEach week, former KDHX DJ Chris Ward examines a song from his quarantine-based playlist dealing with isolation, loneliness, hope and germs.

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Missouri State Parks Accepting Nominations For Three Members Of Missouri Trails Advisory BoardA news release says the term period is November 1, 2020, through November 30, 2023.

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Hannity on viral video of Missouri partiers: 'If you can't social distance, wear the mask'After a video of young, carefree Memorial Day partygoers in Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks went viral last weekend, "Hannity" host Sean Hannity urged Tuesday evening for Americans to think using common sense and wear masks to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Senator Ed Emery's Legislative Report for May 27, 2020How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.". ̶ The Psalmist"

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Joplin Summer School curbside pick-up locationsPress Release Joplin Schools Food and Nutrition will be modifying Pickup locations due to Summer School in June and school maintenance during the summer months.

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Interstate 29 to close for emergency repairs tonightEmergency roadway repairs will close a section of southbound Interstate 29 in Andrew County tonight.

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Springfield MO Woman, Deidra C. Mathews Pleads Guilty to Meth ConspiracyA Springfield, Missouri, woman pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to her role in a conspiracy that distributed at least 4.5 kilograms of pure methamphetamine in Laclede County, Missouri.

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Why did the Syracuse Orange travel to play the Missouri Tigers in 2012?As you know a funny thing happened along the way, as the Syracuse Orange and Pittsburgh Panthers accepted an ACC invite the following fall and TCU decided to head to the Big 12 Conference instead.

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Coronavirus testing underway among Missouri prison workers and inmatesDuring Tuesday's press conference with Gov. Parson in Jefferson City, Department of Corrections Director Anne Precythe says Southeast Correctional Center in Charleston and South-Central Correctional Center in Licking are in the first phase.

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Bald eagles continue nesting comeback in MissouriMDC tracking eagle nests statewide to monitor iconic raptors.

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Registration for 2020 Upper Mississippi Waterfowl Blind Drawings opens June 20Waterfowl hunters have until July 5 to enter the drawing for blind sites to be held July 7.

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As coronavirus 'storm cloud' gathers, black church in Missouri braces for mourningReuters) - When Traci Blackmon, the senior pastor for a predominantly black church in the suburbs of St. Louis, Missouri, is finally able to open the doors for service again, one of her main concerns is the collective sorrow her congregation will experience.

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Film Room: Defense 2020 Part Three-Cover OneRyan Walters is back, and he's bringing his man-free coverage with him.

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Boonville tourism and economy slowed down by COVID-19The City of Boonville relies heavily on their summer tourism season with attractions like the Katy Trail, Isle of Capri Casino, and Warm Springs Ranch.

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Missouri bar owner defends packed Lake of the Ozarks pool partyBackwater Jack's owner Gary Prewitt defended the bar's decision to host a crowded Memorial Day weekend pool party.

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Retired MU astronaut looks back amid SpaceX launchGodwin logged over 38 days in space across four different missions. "One of the thoughts I still remember I had, I was amazed how confident I felt in the suit, after all the training and testing for it, but also how much the simulators prepared me for how it looked," she said.

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Senior Sendoff 2020: Bryant, Botkin, GilbertKOAM gives a senior sendoff to Brooklyn Bryant, Tanner Botkin, Kiana Gilbert. Submit senior photos and basic information about graduating students at.

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May 31 is last chance to apply for MDC's first elk hunts in fallApply for the random elk-permit drawing online by May 31 at, through MDC's free MO Hunting app, through a permit vendor, or by calling 1-800-392-4115.

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Two juvenille suspects detained in connection to Dollar General FireThe two suspects were released to the juvenile authorities, according to the release. The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information about the incident is requested to call the Columbia Police Department at 874-7652 or CrimeStoppers at 875-TIPS to remain anonymous.

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Mercy Springfield Plans To Lay Off Or Furlough 696 EmployeesHundreds of workers at Mercy Springfield are being laid off or furloughed. In a letter to the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce.

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Online Public Hearing Scheduled for MO Route 7 Resurfacing Project Begins May 28The Missouri Department of Transportation will host an ONLINE public hearing beginning on Thursday, May 28, through Thursday, June 18, regarding resurfacing and repairs along MO Route 7 from I-49 to Independence Street in Harrisonville, MO.

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Employee at Columbia Schnucks tests positive for COVID-19An employee at the Forum Boulevard location of Schnucks has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a company release.

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HCSO ReportPRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 May 26, 2019 0600 a.m. - May 27, 2020 0645 Deputy Stutzman patrolled E Hwy 7 0749 Deputy Stutzman assisted with cows on roadway in 200 block of SE Z Hwy 0803.

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St. Louis Work Zones for May 28ST. LOUIS - Motorists who regularly use the ramp from northbound I-270 to eastbound I-44 will need to determine an alternate route starting Friday, May 29.

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OR I-55 in New Madrid County Closed for Pavement OverlayNorthbound Outer Road I-55 in New Madrid County will be closed as Missouri Department of Transportation crews overlay the roadway.

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Marshfield, Missouri spruces up downtown to bring more trafficBut the Marshfield Beautification committee, a branch of Gro Marshfield, hopes that small projects to spruce up the downtown area will keep things alive.

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Missouri cases of COVID-19 climb 201, bringing total to 12,492 since outbreak beganThe Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 201 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, bringing the statewide total to 12,492 since the outbreak began.

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A Chelsea, Oklahoma found drowned in the Verdigris River after having gone missing for several daysAn 83-year-old Chelsea, Oklahoma man drowns in the Verdigris river in Nowata County. According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, 83-year-old Ronald Baker of Chelsea, Oklahoma drowned on the 22nd of May at an unknown time, approximately.4 miles downstream from Big Creek on the Verdigris River.

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Crawford County Cares provides critical care nurse in NYC with much needed suppliesShannon Rink, a critical care nurse from Pittsburg, didn't have all the supplies she needed when she arrived in New York seven weeks ago to help battle the COVID-19 outbreak, but Crawford County Cares provided her some much needed help.

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BirthdaysBirthdays for May 27th. Comments comments.

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KOAM News to KnowJames Pride of Marionville faces Second-Degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action charges. The charges stem from a homicide investigation this weekend In Lawrence County.

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Watch NASA's live coverage of today's launchWednesday afternoon at 4:33 p.m EST, at Cape Canaveral's historic Launch Complex 35A, Robert Benhken and Douglas Hurley will be the first humans to lift off from US soil since Space Shuttle Discovery last flew 11 years ago.

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Some southwest Missouri roads close due to floodingExcessive rain floods some in southwest Missouri. Route 37 in Jasper County; Route CC in McDonald County; and State Routes CC, 126, and Outer Road 49 in Barton County were all closed due to flooding.

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Board Of Public Works Scheduled To Meet Via Conference CallOn Thursday, May 28. According to the agenda, a collection system rehab using Cured-In-Place-Pipe and Benton Avenue property repairs are scheduled to be discussed.

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Joplin School Board meets to discuss an earlier start date and raises for the facultyThe board voted to accept an earlier start date of August 13th with the school year ending on May 13th.

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Governor Parson Signs Proclamation Placing Medicaid Expansion on August Primary BallotDuring Tuesday's COVID-19 briefing, Governor Mike Parson announced that Medicaid expansion will be placed on a ballot at the August 4, 2020, primary election.

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We See You: Independence teacher delivers donated bicycles to studentsAn Independence teacher is giving back to students in her community by donating bicycles.

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Memorial Day weekend crowds, rain-soaked Missouri river results in 23 rescues, 1 drowning deathThe city of Noel Fire Department said on Facebook that a total of 23 river rescues were made over the three-day weekend, including 21 on Saturday alone.

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Small COVID-19 outbreaks are reported in 2 Northwest Arkansas poultry plants16 active cases have been reported from Ozark Mountain Poultry in Rogers while 9 active cases have been reported for the Cargill Poultry Plant in Springdale.

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Asphalt project on Route 9 in Clay/Platte Counties coming to an endThe Missouri Department of Transportation is now wrapping up an extensive daytime and nighttime asphalt paving and guardrail improvement project along Route 9 in Clay and Platte Counties, which began Monday, April 20 and will tentatively end in mid-June.

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Missouri agency pledges to end flawed virus data reportingJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri's state health director on Tuesday confirmed that the state has been lumping together different coronavirus test results in a way that can be misleading, despite saying otherwise multiple times last week.

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Family of two Wisconsin brothers slain in Missouri settles $2M wrongful-death suitA wrongful-death lawsuit stemming from the July 2019 murder of two Wisconsin brothers in Missouri has resulted in a $2 million settlement.

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Group creating coloring book to raise awareness about COVID-19 in northeast part of cityThe Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and Northeast Arts KC want to use art to raise awareness about the coronavirus by creating a coloring book to distribute in zip codes with the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases.

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Fighting Addiction and a Pandemic to Keep St. Louis' Unhoused AliveThe men head toward the big white van almost as soon as it rolls to a stop in front of Russell Park.

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‘One person, one vote' — and lots of questionsA proposal to once again change how Missouri draws its legislative districts drew its first legal challenge last week.

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UPDATE: Historic SpaceX launch postponed because of stormy weatherThe spacecraft was set to blast off Wednesday afternoon for the International Space Station, ushering in a new era in commercial spaceflight and putting NASA back in the business of launching astronauts from U.S. soil for the first time in nearly a decade.

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The Ultimate Guide to CBD and Seniors With ArthritisThis article was originally posted on CBD Seniors.com. To view the original post about CBD and seniors with arthritis, click here.

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New Madrid County Route KK Closed for Pavement OverlayRoute KK in New Madrid County will be closed as Missouri Department of Transportation crews overlay the roadway.

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Attorney general files fraud charges against Mid-Missouri contractorYour source for local news, sports high school sports and weather in and around California Missouri.

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Area Injury Accident and Arrest from the MSHPCrash Report Details Crash Information Investigated By Incident# GPS Latitude GPS Longitude Date Time County Location Troop TPR J C EWING /524.

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Looking for disinfecting wipes and sprays? Here's what we know about supplies returning to normalBread, toilet paper and paper towels are back on the shelves, but finding disinfecting wipes and sprays remains a challenge.

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'Zo ZOOMs with Rickey PauldingIn case you haven't checked it out yet, on the newest episode of Zoom with Zo, Cuonzo Martin talked with Mizzou legend Ricky Paulding, who's currrently in Germany!

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Missouri Senator Demands Google Provide Information About YouTube Censorship of Comments Critical of China"Selling out American principles to curry favor with communist officials is no way to run an American of who else is doing it," Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said.

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The complete St. Clair County Sheriff's Office News Release May 19 through 26, 2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountrySheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made 10 arrests and took multiple reports during the week of May 19 through 26, 2020.

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Missouri Dhss Confirms Another 100-plus Positive Cases Of Covid-19 On TuesdayUp by another 100-plus, the total number of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 is nearing 12,300 in Missouri.

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Have you seen Echo Michelle Lloyd?Echo's family has not heard from her since Mother's Day on May 10th. Echo lives in the Forthview area in Edwards Missouri.

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Self-isolate, Missouri lake's Memorial Day visitors urgedLeaders in Kansas City, St. Louis and the state of Kansas urged people who partied close together at Lake of the Ozarks over the Memorial Day weekend to self-quarantine for two weeks, amid fears that the gatherings documented in social media postings will lead to a resurgence of the coronavirus.

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Route N in Wright County to CLOSE for Culvert ReplacementMissouri Route N as Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace pipe under the roadway.

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Chariton County man drowns in Philadelphia, Missouri pondMissouri State Highway Patrol reported a fatal drowning in Marion County on Tuesday.

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Statement from Sen. Hegeman on Governor Placing Medicaid Expansion Issue on August BallotMay 27, 2020May 27, 2020 Senate Communications Medicaid, News Release, Press Release, Senator Dan Hegeman.

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Missouri's Quintessential Park?Missouri is lucky to be blessed with so many options for the outdoor enthusiast, and if the number of visitors to the State's trails during the quarantine period for Covid-19 are any indication, those resources are certainly being utilized.

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Wednesday COVID-19 Coverage: Pettis County confirms six new casesYou can find an active map of confirmed COVID-19 cases by county here, COVID-19 cases in Missouri broken down by county.

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May 27, 1778The founder of St. Louis, Pierre Laclède, was going downriver to New Orleans on this date when he died.

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Affordable rent for 'starter jobs' makes St. Louis best US city to launch career, report saysSt. Louis is the best city in the U.S. to start a career, according to a new LinkedIn report that ranked large cities based on the affordability of housing given median rents and median salaries for "starter jobs." With median monthly rent of $992 and a median starting salary of $60,400, accordin.

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1 person dead after crash in Kansas City, MissouriOne person died and three others were injured in a multi-vehicle crash Tuesday night in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Student sues UM System over tuition after classes moved onlineA student has sued the University of Missouri System, seeking damages tied to tuition and fees, the St. Louis Business Journal reports.

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Backwater Jack's owner stands by decision to open for Memorial Day weekendThe owner of the Lake of the Ozarks establishment that was featured in viral social media posts over Memorial Day weekend said he stands by the "decision to move forward" with its holiday plans.

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Missouri officials stunned by raucous Lake of the Ozarks Memorial Day festivitiesO'FALLON, Mo. - Leaders in Kansas City and St. Louis are urging people who partied close together at Lake of the Ozarks over the Memorial Day weekend to self-quarantine for two weeks.

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KC allows restaurants to expand outdoor seating amid pandemic restrictionsSome Kansas City restaurants are expanding outdoor seating to comply with social distancing restrictions, The Kansas City Star reports.

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Owners en route to Missouri searching for dog that went missing in FairfieldOwners on their way to Missouri have put their trip on pause after their dog went missing in Fairfield.

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Parson moves up vote on Missouri Medicaid expansionMissouri Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday said he's moving up the date that voters will decide whether to expand Medicaid health care coverage to thousands more low-income adults in the state.

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'Someone wasn't responsible': Missouri man exposed at salon speaks outThe number of U.S. coronavirus deaths neared 100,000, as the WHO warned that places where infections are declining could still face a second peak.

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Homeless shelters conduct COVID-19 testing before volunteers returnAs restrictions lift amid the coronavirus pandemic, Shelter KC on Cherry Street is working to restore a vital part of its organization - volunteers.

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Missouri agency pledges to end flawed virus data reportingMissouri's state health director on Tuesday confirmed that the state has been lumping together different coronavirus test results in a way that can be misleading, despite saying otherwise multiple times last week.

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5 utility workers hospitalized after explosion in KCKFive Kansas City Board of Public Utilities workers were taken to the hospital after an explosion on Monday night in Kansas City, Kansas.

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Parkville woman sentenced in 2007 killing of ex-husbandA Parkville woman has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after being found guilty of killing her ex-husband.

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Parson moves up vote on Missouri Medicaid expansionJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday said he's moving up the date that voters will decide whether to expand Medicaid health care coverage to thousands more low-income...

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One person fatally stabbed TuesdayOne person is dead after a Tuesday night stabbing in Kansas City, Missouri.

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He really is an idiotTwitter is a private company. This evening: Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump....Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH, and I, as President, will not allow it to happen!

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Villa St. Francis site of latest COVID-19 outbreak in Johnson CountyThere's a new COVID-19 outbreak at a Johnson County long term care facility. As of Tuesday afternoon, 37 people have tested positive for the virus at Villa St. Francis in Olathe.

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A look at June 2nd municipal electionsLocal elections that were supposed to happen in April are coming up, so we broke down some of the major ballot issues around the area.

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Weather at 6 pmLatest updated blog - T-storm chances through the middle of the week - Nick.

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3 arrested after shooting incident in Delaware CountyAuthorities arrest three people with drugs and a gun in south Delaware County following a shooting incident over the weekend.

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Joplin Public Library announces tentative reopening dateRight now, plans are to reopen the library on Monday, June 8th. Hours will be 10:00am to 3:00pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

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Expanding Medicaid In Missouri To Go On August BallotUpdated at 9 p.m. with lawsuit filed against the initiative Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced Tuesday that the question of whether to expand Medicaid.

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Governor signs disaster declaration, gives details of what it entailsKansas Governor Laura Kelly today issued a new disaster declaration and gave reopening powers to county officials.

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Local pediatrician sees decline in routine vaccinations during COVID-19 pandemicAccording to a release from the CDC, there's been a drop in routine pediatric vaccines during COVID-19.

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Red Cross gives tips to stay safe during summer funSummer is just ahead—the perfect time of the year to enjoy the outdoors. But this year summer fun will be different due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Health departments expand testing, asymptomatic cases appearAs the medical community conducts more COVID-19 testing, more asymptomatic cases are appearing in our area.

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Former Parsons football assistant Wade gets first head coaching shot in CoffeyvilleFormer Parsons High School defensive coordinator Deonta Wade has been named the next head football coach for Field Kindley High School in Coffeyville, Kansas.

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Familiar issue on the ballot for Center, Missouri votersA familiar issue is on the ballot for voters in center, Missouri come Tuesday, a sewer upgrade bond issue that officials said has been passed before.

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New Missouri COVID-19 reopening phase outlinedCapacity allowed in businesses will increase during this phase.

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Pittsburg's Minniefield signs to join Pitt State track and field programMinniefield is a 3X state qualifier in the shot put for the Purple Dragons, finishing 3rd in the state as a junior.

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Governor Mike Parson Says Medicaid Expansion Will Be On August 4 BallotCitizens of Missouri filed an initiative petition with the Secretary of State to place Medicaid expansion on the ballot.

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Missouri Route 96 to close east of Oronogo June 2-4MoDOT says crews will be replacing a deteriorating drain pipe underneath a portion of Missouri Route 96.

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INTEGRIS Health updates its visitation policy to allow 'Patient Representative'Release from INTEGRIS Health: There is no denying having a loved one by your side during hospitalization provides much-needed comfort and support, but during the current COVID-19 pandemic hospitals everywhere were forced to implement visitor restrictions.

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Donald the LiarTwitter has started a truth in labeling campaign: Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump There is NO WAY that Mail-In Ballots will be anything less than substantially fraudulent.

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Missouri leaders say no way to know when COVID-19 reached state"Nobody knows when the coronavirus started in Missouri," Gov. Mike Parson said during a news conference on Tuesday.

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Missouri coronavirus: 280 potential COVID-19 exposures in quarantineAbout 280 potential COVID-19 exposures in quarantine following 'active' week for new cases.

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St. Louis Police Investigating Trio of Memorial Day Weekend CarjackingsDuring the holiday weekend three separate carjacking incidents occurred in St. Louis. On Sunday at 9:16 p.m.

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St. Ann Native To Travel Into Space On Historic MissionNASA is set to launch its first space mission from American soil in nearly a decade — with an astronaut from St. Louis County aboard.

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Parson moves Medicaid expansion effort to August ballotGov. Mike Parson announced his decision to move the Medicaid expansion ballot measure to the August election Tuesday during his daily briefing.

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Unemployment claimants face jammed phone lines in Missouri, KansasResidents of Missouri and Kansas needing help to file unemployment claims remain irritated with the struggle to reach either state's Department of Labor.

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Moore, Schuenke, Eaton and Thomas earn bids for the Missouri Amateur in June

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For The Second Day In A Row, Zero Cases Have Been Reported In Saline CountyAccording to the Saline County Health Department there are currently 268 positive cases of the virus and 215 of people have been released from observation.

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Teams upset after Sporting Blue Valley denies canceled soccer season refundsSporting Blue Valley, a local youth soccer club, has parents and coaches frustrated after the spring soccer season was canceled due to COVID-19, but refunds weren't issued.

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Ford pauses Claycomo production after employee tests positive for COVID-19A positive COVID-19 case has paused some production at Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo.

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KC medical community frustrated by viral Memorial Day gatheringsMedical experts are encouraging partygoers who attended a blowout at the Lake of the Ozarks this Memorial Day to get tested for COVID-19.

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