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Federal appeals court reinstates civil rights cases against KCPD officersKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A federal appellate court ruled Wednesday that a civil rights lawsuit against two Kansas City, Missouri, police officers and the department can proceed.

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F150CampaignTour: The Missouri Times hits the 2020 campaign trailCatch up with candidates and Missouri voters alike through our reporter notebooks below as we travel around the state ahead of Election Day.Â.

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Weather at 6pm 10/28/20Will the Biggest Cut to Your Social Security Benefits Be the One You Cause Yourself?

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Some Johnson County parents unhappy with JCDHE's winter athletics guidanceSome Johnson County parents oppose the health department's recently announced recommendation against indoor sports and activities.

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What it means to vote to retain a judge"It's an open opportunity for the voters of Missouri to do something important in contributing to the third branch of government," said Laurence Tucker, a member of the judicial performance review committee.

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2020 Missouri Election CoverageFrom campaign trail profiles to finance reports to explainers on just what exactly is on the ballot, here is your one-stop-shop for all things 2020.

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60 charged in $300M phone scam targeting elderly victimsMINNEAPOLIS — Sixty people have been charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people nationwide, the U.S. attorney's office in Minnesota announced Wednesday.

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Officials offer tips on how to be safe on election dayJASPER and NEWTON COUNTY, Mo. - The election is less than a week away and officials are giving some advice on what you can do to be prepared.

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KCKPS launches anti-violence initiative after losing 18 students since last yearKansas City, Kansas, Public Schools launched its "Enough is Enough" anti-violence campaign after saying it has lost 18 students to violence since last year.

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Kansas governor, legislature to ask local authorities to consider mask mandatesKansas Gov. Laura Kelly said she believes "there is time to turn around our virus response," at a Wednesday, Oct.

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KCK man facing federal charges in widespread telemarketing schemeKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City, Kansas, man was among 60 people charged Wednesday in federal court for their alleged roles in a $300 million nationwide telemarketing scheme that targeted elderly and vulnerable victims.

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Regulators suspend Missouri nursing home COVID-19 test labThe federal government has closed a coronavirus testing lab in Missouri over concerns about test accuracy.

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Johnson County, Missouri  COVID-19  Statistics  October 28, 2020Today from Johnson County, Missouri Community Health Services: Johnson County, Missouri Cumulative Positive Cases: 1734 Deaths: 16 Wear a damn mask.

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Will children be counted if Missouri Amendment 3 passes? It dependsRepublican leaders have said that Amendment 3 could be interpreted to not count children or non-citizens for redistricting.

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State awards $5 million in CARES Act funding for 6 Missouri food banksThe St. Louis Area Food Bank is scheduled to receive just over $1.4 million in coronavirus relief assistance, according to an Oct.

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COVID-19 causing bigger impacts across Illinois, Kentucky, and MissouriThat news comes as many area health departments released new data Wednesday on the virus' impact locally.

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Missouri Department of Conservation announces case of Chronic Wasting Disease in Pulaski CountyThe confirmed case is from an adult male deer harvested by a hunter near Waynesville.

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Flood watch issued for much of southeast Missouri; Cape Girardeau and Poplar Bluff in watch areaMost of southeast Missouri will be under a flood watch from 7 oclock tonight until 10 Thursday morning.

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K-State brings back fans for men's basketballKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas State University will allow fans back into Bramlage Coliseum at 25% capacity for the 2020-21 men's basketball season.

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Buy a cookie, cast a vote: Chez Monet cooks up tasty Election Day pollJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri voters are invited to participate in a presidential poll in Jefferson City — by purchasing a cookie from Chez Monet in the Capitol.

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KCMO Mayor Quinton Lucas announces city manager recommendationKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas formally recommended a new city manager on Wednesday.

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Opinion: Want to protect reproductive freedom? Don't vote for Andrew KoenigOne year ago, state Sen. Andrew Koenig made his extremist anti-abortion agenda crystal clear by authoring one of the most heinous bans on abortion in the nation.

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Cassville Dispensary makes grand opening announcementOne of the first dispensaries for medical marijuana in Missouri to open, makes a grand announcement.

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Mayor Lucas formally recommends Brian Platt as Kansas City managerKansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas today provided his formal recommendation to the City Council regarding Kansas City’s sixteenth city manager, following a 13-month long competitive nationwide search and recruitment process.

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Florida vs. Missouri: How to watch, stream, listenGAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Florida Gators will play for the first time in three weeks in a game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville against the Missouri Tigers at 7:30 p.m.

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Cassville waterslide owner pleads guilty to false tax returnThe owner of a Cassville, Missouri waterslide attraction pleads guilty in federal court to making a false tax return.

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Nellie May ButlerNellie Butler, 92, of Parsons, died at 5:10 P.M., Sunday, October 25, 2020 at the Parsons Good Samaritan Center.

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Missouri Minute: State distributing COVID-19 tests to schools; hazard pay expiration loomsHello, MBA readers, As confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Missouri, the federal government has sent 1.8 million rapid result coronavirus tests to the state.

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Ivy Cheyenne WimpeyIvy Cheyenne Wimpey, 25 of Goodman, Missouri passed away Monday, October 26, 2020 at Freeman West Hospital in Joplin, Missouri.

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Laveta BorenArrangements are pending at this time.

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Lee's Summit North cancels remaining football season after player tests positive for COVID-19The Lee's Summit R-7 School District said in a statement it learned of the positive case on Wednesday, the same day it canceled the season "in the interest of health and safety and in conjunction with Jackson County Health Department quarantine recommendations."

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Five men arrested for alleged sex trafficking operation in MissouriOAK GROVE, Mo. — Five people were arrested as part of a sex trafficking investigation in Missouri where 10 potential victims were contacted and three children were put into protective custody.

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Water-main Break Reported In Howard CountyThere has been a main-water break on Highway 5 in New Franklin, including Rosewood subdivision.

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4-State Laws: Taking time off from work to voteBecause Election Day is not a national holiday and we dont get a day off from work, it requires some coordination if youre a working American and you plan on voting in-person.

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Missouri has a new law that makes carjacking a crime, after push by GregoryMissouri officially has a law on the books that establishes the crime of vehicular hijacking for carjacking crimes, passed by the Missouri General Assembly this legislative session as part of a broader crime bill after efforts last year by Rep.

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ACLU of Kansas partners with Election Protection Hotline to ensure voting safetyKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas wants to ensure that people who vote or plan to vote in the upcoming election can do so safely.

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Mother of Leavenworth homicide, kidnapping victims issues statementKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The mother of two boys who were killed in Leavenworth and two girls who were kidnapped on Saturday is thankful for those who assisted in the safe return of her daughters.

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Former KU forward De Sousa charged with aggravated batteryKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Less than two weeks after the University of Kansas basketball program announced that Silvio De Sousa was leaving the program to "focus on matters in his personal life," the former Jayhawks forward has been charged with aggravated battery.

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Economic Security donates land for new school on Dover HillThe Economic Security Corporation in Joplin donated a tract of land to Joplin Schools for its new elementary school on Dover Hill.

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Toyota adds 1.5M vehicles to US recall for engine stallingDETROIT — Toyota is adding 1.5 million U.S. vehicles to a recall from early this year to fix fuel pumps that can fail and cause engines to stall.

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Spire's coronavirus assistance program accelerated with PSC approvalJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With Missouri’s Public Service Commission approval, Spire Missouri can move up the start date for one of its COVID-19 relief programs.Â.

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The prizeMidday in west central Missouri.

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Missouri ranks in top 3 in 2020 Digital States Survey; receives 'Grade A' for data-driven governmentGovernor Mike Parson announced that Missouri has been recognized as a national leader in digital technology best practices.

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Mr. Food: Greek PotatoesTake your taste buds on a Mediterranean vacation with our recipe for Greek Potatoes. This easy potato recipe gets its classic Greek flavors from some crumbled feta, olive oil, and other fresh herbs.

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Acclaimed chef Ben Grupe opens Tempus in The GroveThe following Q&A appears in the November issue of SLM. Tempus opens at 4370 Manchester on October 29 for dinner pick-up service only, Wed-Sat from 6 to 9 p.m.

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Galloway announces start of audit for Jefferson County Collector's OfficeJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced today that her office has started an audit of the Jefferson County Collector's office, located in the county seat of Hillsboro.

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Kansas passes 1,000 COVID-19 deaths; flags to be loweredMore than 1,000 Kansans have now died from COVID-19, Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced Wednesday afternoon.

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From gas station pizza to broccoli, here's what Missouri politicians eat on the campaign trailBut when Missouri candidates do find themselves with enough time to grab some grub on the road, what are their go-to options?

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PODCAST: A Showdown in the Swamp Looms for Mizzou FootballNate and BK return to put a bow on the Kentucky game and preview Mizzou vs. Florida.

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Missouri Baptists elect first black president during 2020 annual meetingST. CHARLES, Mo. – During their 186th annual meeting, Oct. 26-27, messengers of the Missouri Baptist Convention elected their first ever black president and approved amendments to Southwest Baptist University’s governing documents.

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Key Missouri congressional race seen as referendum on TrumpO'FALLON, Mo. — Democrat Jill Schupp and Republican Ann Wagner are sparring over health care and crime, but experts agree that the suburban St. Louis congressional race is, like many suburban races around the country, largely a referendum on President Donald Trump.

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Micah Wilson and Tauskie Dove earned their stripes vs. KentuckyThe Tigers were full of surprises against Kentucky, and the rotation at wide receiver was no exception.

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City of Joplin begins Study to assess Parks and Recreation facilities and programsPress Release JOPLIN, Mo  Planning for the future is a key component to ensure a City parks system is positively addressing items to provide amenities for its citizens.

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Kansas City COVID-19 Daily Briefing for Oct. 2841 Action News is offering a daily recap of COVID-19 related stories from across Kansas City and the country.

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Mdc Offers Autumn Tips For Native Plant GardensNative plant gardens offer gardeners color and textures requiring less watering and maintenance than nonnative plants.

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Gators Breakdown: Missouri Game Preview 2020Florida finally back on the field against an improving Tigers team.

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Traffic Alert: Crews Scheduled To Begin Rehab Work On Route J Bridge Over Crooked RiverThe Missouri Department of Transportation is scheduled to make a traffic change as part of a bridge rehabilitation project in Ray County.

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Trump Administration Invests $871 Million In Rural Community Facilities In 43 States And GuamThe Trump Administration has announced that the United States Department of Agriculture is investing $871 million to improve critical community facilities to benefit 3.5 million rural residents in 43 states and Guam.

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Explore St. Louis unveils plans to exhibit reproductions of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel frescoesThe immersive experience will afford viewers an up-close look at the Sistine Chapel frescoes, reproduced using a special photographic technique.

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How to watch No. 9 Florida Gators football vs. Missouri Tigers on TV, live streamThe No. 9 Florida Gators return from a two-week hiatus to host the Missouri Tigers on Saturday night in The Swamp.

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WEDNESDAY UPDATES: Columbia, Jefferson City in 'red zone' in latest White House COVID-19 reportUPDATE 11:25 A.M. Both Columbia and Jefferson City are in the "red zone" for COVID-19 infection rates, according to the latest White House weekly COVID-19 report on the states.

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Man Charged With Multiple Felonies After Alleged Incident On October 22Bond has been set at six figures for a 34-year-old Mayview resident who is facing multiple felony charges in Lafayette County.

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Edgar M. Queeny County ParkTypically we either remain within the 270 perimeter or venture out of the metro area, but with the pandemic, we have tried to venture to new parks.

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Arrest Reports 10/27/2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryKaleb Michael Smith, 20, of Clinton, Missouri received a citation for assault and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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New program to draw attention to the achievements of women in businessThe Women in Business group is celebrating successes by showcasing accomplishments and milestones through the launch of a new program.

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Mdc Reminds Young Hunters Early Youth Deer Firearms Season Begins This WeekendThe Missouri Department of Conservation encourages young hunters to get outdoors and discover nature this weekend for the early portion of youth firearms deer season October 31 and November 1.

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Clinton School District's Active Covid-19 Cases Increase to 5-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryThe Clinton School District has received confirmations of 2 positive COVID-19 cases. The buildings affected are Clinton Middle School and Clinton High School.

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Regulators suspend Missouri nursing home COVID-19 test labCOLUMBIA, Mo. — A federal judge refused to intervene Wednesday to keep open a Missouri lab that handled coronavirus tests for about 2,500 nursing homes in 11 states after the federal government suspended the lab for what it alleged were serious violations that put patients' health at risk.

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Henry County Sherriff's Report 10/28-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryOctober 27, 2020 0600 a.m. – October 28, 2020 0720 Cpl. Logan and Deputy Mckoy conducted school zone enforcement in Calhoun.

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State trooper hurt in Mid-Missouri crash on MondayThe Missouri State Highway Patrol said a Mid-Missouri trooper was hurt in a rollover crash on Highway 63 Monday morning.

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Humane Society Investigating Opossum 'Impaled' on Stop SignAn opossum that was discovered "impaled" on a stop sign in St. Louis on Tuesday has sparked an investigation by the Humane Society of Missouri's Animal Cruelty task force.

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Area Teacher Earns Two AwardsA teacher in an area school district has earned a couple of awards. According to a news release, Amanda Smith , regional program manager for Missouris Jobs for Americas Graduates program, presented Smith-Cotton High School JAG Specialist.

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Union Studio's second location is now open in Webster GrovesThe truth is, it was a great opportunity, ” Kelley says, of expanding their shop, which focuses on selling and showcasing the work of more than 120 St. Louis makers and creatives. “When someone presents you with an opportunity to do more for those artists—to sell more, introduce more people to their work—that's not really...

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Arkansas Resident Facing Felony Charges For Allegedly Stealing Vehicle In Area CountyA 20-year-old Arkansas resident has been charged with multiple felonies in Linn County. According to a Brookfield Police report, on October 19, dispatch advised that a vehicle was stolen from Caseys in Brookfield.

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St. Louis startup thinks outside the barn with alternative protein sourceIn 2013, Sarah Schlafly set out to find an affordable protein source as an alternative to meat.

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'We are struggling': Owners of Left Bank Books call for purchases and donations heading into the holiday seasonThe bookstore has felt the effects of COVID-19. Heading into the holiday shopping season—which accounts for one-third of its annual revenue—the store is 46 percent behind where it was last year.

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BMO Trust and Custody Services Announce Pritchett Trust Grant RecipientsPress Release PITTSBURG, Kan  October 27, 2020  BMO Trust and Custody Services, under BMO Global Asset Management, today announced the recipients of this years Pritchett Trust grants.

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BirthdaysWill the Biggest Cut to Your Social Security Benefits Be the One You Cause Yourself?

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Trial for a Joplin man charged with Statutory Sodomy rescheduled following a mistrialJASPER COUNTY, Mo  Jasper County Authorities declare a mistrial in the case of a Joplin Man charged with multiple Child Sex Crimes.

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Florida Gators Game Preview: No Room to Start Slow vs. MissouriWith Florida set to step back onto the field, let's look at what this Missouri team presents and predict how the Gators will fare.

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‘Dark money' complaint hits HD 106 race with week to go before electionWith less than a week to go until Election Day, a PAC involved in the HD 106 race is the subject of a new complaint filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission.

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Missouri Department of Conservation announces case of Chronic Wasting Disease in Pulaski CountyThe confirmed case is from an adult male deer harvested by a hunter near Waynesville.

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Historic house in Carthage has reports of being hauntedCARTHAGE, Mo  Over the years, the Hendrick house in Carthage has been used as a community sick house, a Civil War field hospital, and a private residence, leaving many thinking the house is now haunted.

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Parson Touts His Record In Bid For A Full Term As GovernorMissouri Gov. Mike Parson ascended to the office of chief executive after the resignation of Eric Greitens in 2018, and his tenure has remained unconventional, dominated by a global pandemic.

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Florida Gators PreviewThe offense is dynamic and the erases all big plays. But there's still a chance...

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Missouri Governor Touts His Record In Bid For His First Full TermMissouri Gov. Mike Parson is taking on State Auditor Nicole Galloway in one of the only competitive gubernatorial races in the country.

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Flood Watches replace Winter Weather for WednesdayWidespread Showers And Thunderstorms Will Spread Across The Region Today And Will Continue Through Thursday.

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Hurricane Zeta speeds towards New OrleansA faster northward to north-northeastward motion is expected to begin later this morning. On the forecast track, the center of Zeta will approach the northern Gulf Coast this morning and make landfall in southeastern Louisiana this afternoon.

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Heavy Rainfall and Flooding Possible Over Much of the Southeast and Mid AtlanticHurricane Zeta will make landfall along the northern Gulf Coast today with life-threatening storm surge, damaging winds, and flooding.

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Rosemary WillardRosemary Willard, 88, passed away Oct. 25, 2020 at her home surrounded by family.

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Wednesday Morning PlannerThe rain is upon us in whats going to be a very wet Wednesday with Flood Watches in effect all day long.

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Joseph Earl GintnerJoseph Earl Gintner also known as "Papa Joe" to his grandkids, 89, of Frontenac, KS died at 3:20 a.m.

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Tyler Dean DowlingTyler Dean Dowling passed away at the age of 54 years old, on October 23, 2020 in McKinney, Texas.

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Alvin "Al" RoweAlvin "Al" Rowe, age 90 of Fall River, KS, passed away October 22, 2020 at his home.

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Francine Elaine IsomIsom, 68, of Stark, passed away at 12:14 p.m., Monday, October 26, 2020 at St. Luke's Hospital South in Overland Park, Kansas.

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Richard Dean MarshallRichard Dean Marshall, age 94, a resident of Ft. Scott, Kansas, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Sunday, October 25, 2020, at the Via Christi Medical Center in Pittsburg, Kansas.

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House tipsheet: Week before electionWith 109 needed to override a veto, House Republicans should be in a strong position to retain their supermajority.

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Has an alderman ever launched a political party?In the summer of 1919, 21st Ward Alderman Nathan "Nat" Hall held a stormy press conference to announce the formation of the American League, a new political party that would "uphold the Americanism inherited by all of us and so basely abused by both political parties at the present day," according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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Patricia "Patty" Ann MurpheyPatricia "Patty" Ann Murphey, 62, died peacefully on October 26, 2020 at Legacy Living in Baxter Springs, KS.

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Beleaf Medical to debut their Missouri medical dispensary brand Swade CannabisOctober 27, 2020 St. Louis, MO: Swade Cannabis’ first location in St Peters will open November 6, 2020 to Missouri medical card holders.

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Bruce Wayne RardinBruce Wayne Rardin, 61 of Baxter Springs, Kansas passed from this life on Monday, October 19, 2020 after a medical emergency caused him to have a motor vehicle accident.

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Martin Taylor Porter Sr.Martin Taylor Porter Sr., 96, of Golden City, MO passed away on Monday October 26, 2020 at Parkview Healthcare in Bolivar, MO.

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LA's Justin Turner becomes MLB's first to be ejected because of COVID-19Thanks for listening and please subscribe to the Bill Pollock Show podcast on Apple. How does a ballplayer start a game, then get pulled near the end because of a positive COVID-19 test?

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Shawnee Mission North senior receives $1.3 million in scholarship offersWhile the pandemic halted many things, it did not stop one high school senior's determination.

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News to KnowJASPER COUNTY, Mo.  Authorities in Jasper County declare a mistrial in the case of a Joplin man charged with multiple child sex crimes  because the suspect is sick.

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Want to add on to your house? These companies are helping homeowners build down instead of outIn other cases, companies move homes to free up more land or fix shaky foundations.

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Nationally known dive team recovers car from Missouri River at AtchisonAtchison police assisted a nationally known scuba-diving team over the weekend in recovering a car from the Missouri River, according to KAIR Radio.

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The Exhausting Prosecution of the Rev. Darryl GrayThe case against the Rev. Darryl Gray is a curious tale in the often hard-to-comprehend system of criminal justice in St. Louis.

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Johnson County predicts full election results on Nov. 3The 2018 primary election in Johnson County was slow and filled with issues. Two years later, the election board is predicting a swift and smooth process for the 2020 general election.

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New project at Westport intersection could expand to other parts of Kansas CItyAsphalt art at the intersection of Westport Road and Wyandotte Street in Kansas City, Missouri, serves two purposes: to beautify the area and improve traffic safety.

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Wednesday COVID-19 Coverage: CPS reports 15 active student casesLayered bar/line charts with the daily change in newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in each county and a 14-day rolling average of the changes in new cases are available here.

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Data issue fixed on COVID-19 dashboard, Missouri health officials sayMissouri health officials say a problem with data on COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state has been fixed.

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Car goes into Brush Creek early Wednesday morningKANSAS CITY, Mo. — One woman was transported to the hospital after her car went into Brush Creek early Wednesday morning.

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Mid-Missouri clerks make plans to give quarantined, isolated voters chance to cast their ballotsAs the election nears, mid-Missouri clerks are making plans to help give anyone in quarantine or isolation from COVID-19 the chance to vote.

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Nighttime closures scheduled for November as crews remove bypass on I-70 Blanchette BridgeST. CHARLES COUNTY - After eight months of work on the I-70 Blanchette Missouri River Bridge, crews will begin to return the eastbound and westbound directions of I-70 back on their respective bridges, during the early weeks of November.

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Koenig vs. Lavender Missouri Senate race is expected to be a close oneRepublican state Senator Andrew Koenig of Manchester is running for re-election in the 15th Senatorial District against Democrat and current state Representative Deb Lavender of Kirkwood.

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Will we or won't we… have a football game on Saturday?According to his talks with the coaches, they have utilized a lot of Zoom learning, but really, that doesn't take the place of actual football practice.

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Student In Area School District Tests Positive For Covid-19According to Brunswick R-2 Superintendent Cara Engelbrecht, the district was informed a student had tested positive this week.

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Gwen Stefani And Blake Shelton Announce Their EngagementGwen Stefani and Blake Shelton announced their engagement Tuesday on social media with a photo of them sharing a kiss while Stefani showed off her ring.

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Rural hospital closings getting attention from both candidates in southern Missouri congressional raceHealth care has emerged as a major issue in southern Missouris Eighth Congressional district race between U.S. Rep.

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Bob Priddy: Peaceful transfer of power was once blocked in MissouriBob Priddy for Missourinet President Trump's back and forth on a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election might remind historians of a time when Missouri Democrats took the same approach.

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MDC reminds young hunters early youth deer firearms season begins Oct. 31The Missouri Department of Conservation encourages young hunters to get outdoors and discover nature this weekend for the early portion of youth firearms deer season Oct.

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More Than Two Dozen Positive Cases Of Covid-19 Added In Area County On Tuesday, October 27Updated COVID-19 numbers were provided in four counties in the immediate KMMO listening area on Tuesday, October 27.

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Carly Pearce Drops New Video For Next GirlCarly Pearce has dropped her new video for the single, “Next Girl.” The single represent Carly’s first new music without producer busbee, who passed away in September 2019e.

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Rockhurst HS Football must forfeit district game vs Joplin due to COVID-19A positive COVID-19 case within the Rockhurst High football program has ended the Hawklets' season.

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MDC finds first case of CWD in Pulaski CountyMDC is offering statewide voluntary CWD sampling and testing of harvested deer during the entire deer season at locations throughout the state.

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Scammers capitalize on high demand for used vehiclesThe Better Business Bureau projects losses of up to $1.1 million this year to fake car ads.

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Sen. Mike Bernskoetter's Legislative Column for Oct. 28, 2020With everything going on in today’s busy world, it’s never a bad idea to unplug and relax for a bit.

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TRAFFIC ALERT: U.S. Route 160 Bridge over U.S. Route 60Where/When.

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Election Day fraud, rights violation hotline and reportingFederal officials provide contact information for voters wishing to report election fraud, intimidation, rights violations and more.

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Counting the vote: Will we know who won on election night?How will various ballots be counted, and what results will be known on election night?

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Medicare finalizing coverage policy for coronavirus vaccineA senior Trump administration official says Medicare will cover the yet-to-be approved coronavirus vaccine free for older people under a policy change expected to be announced soon.

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Voters in some states unable to cast early ballots in personMore than 21 million voters across the U.S. have already cast ballots in person amid record-breaking early turnout.

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Kansas man charged with capital murder in sons' deathsA Kansas man accused of killing his two sons and taking his two daughters from their home before being stopped in Oklahoma was charged Tuesday with capital murder in the boys' deaths.

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Governor, top lawmakers agree: No Kansas mask rule for nowDemocratic Gov. Laura Kelly and top Republican legislators have agreed to encourage Kansas counties to adopt local mask mandates rather than consider a statewide rule to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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Florida reports six new COVID-19 positives; Dan Mullen expects to play MissouriFlorida Gators are up to 37 positive COVID-19 tests in October but coach Dan Mullen expects to have enough to play Saturday against Missouri.

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Florida vs Missouri Prediction, Game PreviewFlorida Gators vs Missouri Tigers prediction and game preview.

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Missouri program changes lives of high school students with disabilitiesFor the past 100 years, the state's Vocational Rehabilitation Program has been helping Missourians with disabilities develop work skills.

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Amazon hiring 1,000 holiday workers in MissouriAs holiday shopping heats up, e-commerce behemoth Amazon is adding to its workforce in Missouri and beyond.

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Missouri Sports Hall of Fame announces Central grad Bud Epps part of new class of inductees featuring Josh Freeman and Alex GordonThe new class of inductees for the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame class was announced with many big names being recognized, one of which is St. Joseph native Bud Epps.

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New Jersey article confuses KCMO leaders about city manager positionKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A tweet from Kansas City, Missouri, councilwoman Heather Hall created some buzz Tuesday night concerning the next city manager.

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Before The Box Score Season 2 Episode 12 with Nate Edwards and Brandon KileyFlorida is up next for Mizzou, so Nate and BK preview that game and it could be a good one.

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Gun issues see record political spending nationallyWith the state's gun regulations already rolled back in recent years and showing no sign of returning under a Republican-majority General Assembly, the National Rifle Association and related groups have spent far less in Missouri.

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27 units damaged in KCMO apartment fireThe American Red Cross is helping tenants displaced from the fire with temporary shelter and other needs.

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Local boxer Maddie Bollin sets sights on national championship"I just love it. I want to go as far as I can with it," Bollin says of her goals, "I want to get at least 200 fights, shoot for the Olympics, win all the national titles and win everything I can with it."

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1 man injured in crash Tuesday night in OPKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A man is expected to recover from injuries suffered in a Tuesday night crash on Interstate 435 near Antioch Road in Overland Park.

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Latest updated blog: More rain continues, plus your long range forecast.I hope your week has been great so far. I know the weather has been crazy.

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Why 80 Chromebooks approved by Joplin School Board aren't for the Joplin School DistrictCollege Heights Superintendent Dan Decker says it's not unlike state money they get. "It's the same thing with Title money which is money to help students in the educational process, Joplin gets a certain amount and then they have to divide that up, a certain amount, amongst private schools within their attendance area."

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KCK Public Schools launches ribbon campaign against violenceKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools has lost 18 students in the past year to violence, including six at J.C. Harmon High School alone and a total of 11 to gun violence.

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Rockhurst forfeits first round playoff game to Joplin after positive COVID-19 testThe Eagles advance to the district semifinals, where they will face the winner of Ray-Pec and Lee's Summit.

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Area Sheriff candidate facing battery charge shares his side of the storyNEOSHO COUNTY, Kan.  Authorities charged Kelly Standley with domestic battery after an alleged incident involving another man who Standley says is his business partner.

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KOAM News Now Instapoll: How much do you think social media influences political views?Turning 62 in 2021? This Social Security Move Could Boost Your Benefits by $841 per Month.

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Missouri reimburses costs to become a substitute teacherMissouri is making it easier for residents to become substitute teachers as the nation faces a substitute teacher shortage.

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Students urge University of Kansas to cancel classes on Election DayLAWRENCE, Kan. — Student government leaders at the University of Kansas are pushing the university to cancel classes on Election Day to encourage students to get engaged in the civic process.

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Missouri Election Day: What you need to know to be prepared for the pollsThe General Election is fast approaching and this year there's a lot at stake. Here's what you need to know to be prepared for the polls.

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Mid-Missouri clerk's offices take COVID-19 precautions for votersCounty clerks' offices have been taking precautions to protect voters from COVID-19 as absentee voting has been taking place.

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Kansas leaders pledge bipartisan support for masks, no statewide mandateCopyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.).

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Campaign Finance: every which wayC201190 10/27/2020 Democratic Governors Association  Missouri Democratic Governors Association 1225 Eye St NW, Ste 1100 Washington DC 20005 10/26/2020 $925,000.00 C201190 10/27/2020 Democrat...

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Missouri Amendment 3 getting a lot of attention from supporters and criticsOne issue in Missouri being decided on in next week's election is Amendment 3. It actually has 3 parts, but one in particular is drawing the most interest.

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NXIVM guru gets 120 years in prison in sex-slaves caseKeith Raniere, a self-improvement guru whose organization, NXIVM, attracted millionaires and actors among its adherents, was sentenced Tuesday to 120 years after convictions that he turned some followers into sex slaves branded with his initials.

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5 detained in sex trafficking operation in Oak Grove, police sayKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A sex trafficking investigation in Oak Grove, Missouri, last week resulted in a handful of arrests, the police department said Tuesday afternoon.

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JOCO health officials say high school winter sports risky without COVID-19 mitigationKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Officials at the Johnson County, Kansas, Department of Health and Environment made a strong recommendation Tuesday that school districts in the county not allow winter sports.

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Local political organizations weigh in on social media influence on electionsLocally social media has helped the Southwest Missouri Republicans and Democratic organizations with campaigning.

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Missouri offense relying on backfield 'thunderstorm'Your source for local news, sports, high school sports and weather in and around Jefferson City, Columbia, Fulton and the Lake of the Ozarks.

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Finally catching up on rainAfter a very wet start to 2020 we hit a drought. Through about half the summer we were above on rainfall by over 103.

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Discover Nature: Autumn in Missouri WoodsThis week on Discover Nature, get outside and enjoy a show of fall foliage, fruits, fungi, and flowers.

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Mid-Missouri native aims for livestream world recordYour source for local news, sports, high school sports and weather in and around Jefferson City, Columbia, Fulton and the Lake of the Ozarks.

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7th Hutchinson Correctional Facility inmate dies after contracting COVID-19KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An inmate at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month died Tuesday.

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Pittsburg road closure planned at Centennial Dr. railroad crossingIf weather permits it, crews will be making improvements to the railroad crossing on Centennial Drive between Rouse Street and Springdale Street.

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Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City mayor call for Raptors to make Missouri new homeOn the heels of reports the NBA season will tip off Dec. 22, and with federal and provincial restrictions around COVID-19 potentially keeping the Raptors out of Scotiabank Arena, there's been rampant speculation about where the 2019 NBA champions will play.

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Kansas City-area churches work to keep worshippers safeJACKSON COUNTY, Mo. — After three churches in Jackson County were warned about potential COVID-19 exposures, one Kansas City church walked 41 Action News through its safety measures in place to keep members safe during in-person services.

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College Seniors In Kansas And Missouri Are Having A Year Like None OtherYou could say this is a pretty weird year for college students, especially those on the cusp of graduating and entering the job market.

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Fighting COVID-19 from the frontlines: Becky Williams, University of Kansas Health SystemWeeping my endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. The problem is for Becky Williams is that it's a daunting cycle with a lot of weeping.

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Peerless expansion in Iola to create 100+ jobsKansas Governor Laura Kelly attends a ribbon cutting as Peerless Products expands, creating more than 100 jobs in Iola.

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A look at the race for Missouri Farm Bureau presidentAs Election Day approaches, another campaign is in full swing with candidates vying to become president of the Missouri Farm Bureau.

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Face Covering Rule Remains In Effect In Pettis CountyWith the number of both total cases and active cases continuing to increase significantly, the Pettis County Health Center wants to remind the community that the Face Covering Rule remains in effect for the county.   There has been no ruling from the court to rescind the rule and as of Tuesday morning, there has been no date set for any...

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Inside Mayor Lucas's quest to recruit the Toronto Raptors to Kansas CityKansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas is putting the full-court press on the Toronto Raptors as rumors the NBA team could be looking for a temporary home in the U.S. abound.Â.

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Former lawmaker Bruce Franks documentary nominated for another awardA documentary about former St. Louis Representative Bruce Franks, Jr. is nominated for another award.

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Early voting sets records in Mid-Missouri, across the countryAcross the nation, voter turnouts have set records with a week until the election.

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Kearney library branch closes due to possible COVID-19 exposureKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Another public library in the Kansas City metro has temporarily closed due to possible coronavirus exposure.

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Sfcc Now Accepting Participants For Trio ProgramStudents who choose State Fair Community College to begin their educational journey may be eligible for its TRiO program that is now accepting participates in Student Support Services.

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HCHC Reports 23 More Positive CasesThe Henry County Health Center has received confirmation of 23 more positive cases of COVID-19.

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WGU Missouri Launches "Gateway to Your Future" Scholarship in Honor of the Gateway Arch's 55th AnniversaryTo be eligible for the "Gateway to Your Future" scholarship, applicants must be new students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in any of WGU Missouri's more than 60 bachelor's and master's degree programs in business, information technology, teacher education and health professions, including nursing.

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Aaron Scott MaineAaron Scott Maine, 40, Nevada, MO passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at Cox South in Springfield, MO.

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FBI investigates Lawrence Kia following I-Team reportsAfter multiple I-Team reports documenting customers' complaints against the Lawrence Kia car dealership, the FBI is now investigating.

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Kitty BatesKitty Clay Bates, 71, of Goodman, Missouri, passed away on Sunday October 25, 2020 at the Circle of Life Hospice in Bentonville, Arkansas.

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Lonnie Ray BeisleyLonnie Ray Beisley, 49, Nevada, MO passed away on Sunday, October 25, 2020 at Medicalodges of Nevada, Missouri from his courageous battle with ALS.

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Missouri Minute: Mayor pitches NBA's Raptors on KC; Purina to add another new factoryHello, MBA readers, Santa plans to arrive early this year as retailers are stocking holiday merchandise and beginning seasonal deals earlier in an effort to reduce crowds and shipping delays amid the pandemic.

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Voters in Missouri, other states unable to cast early ballots in-personMore than 21 million voters across the U.S. have already cast ballots in person amid record-breaking early turnout.

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Health panel proposes colon cancer tests start at 45, not 50NEW YORK — A panel of health experts wants U.S. adults to start getting colon cancer screenings at age 45, five years younger than it previously recommended.

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Fitzpatrick announces Central Bank to Offer MO ABLE payroll deductionsCentral Bank will begin offering payroll deductions for MO ABLE accounts for employees in 2021, Treasurer Fitzpatrick said.

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BREAKING: Slight movement on Week 6 Depth ChartA message was sent last week via depth chart. Looks like the message was received.

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Teaching in the time of coronavirusTeaching looks wholly different this year at universities across the nation as higher education grapples with COVID-19.

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Mr. Food: Crazy Carrot PancakesWe're so crazy about carrots we like to use 'em in everything from soups to desserts.

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U.S. Senator James Lankford shares his thoughts ahead of Election DaySenator John Lankford appeared on the KOAM Morning News today to share his perspective on the upcoming election and the pandemic.

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KCPD: USA Judo team member stops attempted robberyKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City man who is also a member of the USA Judo team was responsible for stopping an attempted robbery on Monday night, according to the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department.

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Girl bike rider dies 5 days after crash with truck in IndependenceKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A juvenile who was struck by a truck on Oct. 18 while riding her bicycle across US 24 at Noland Road in Independence has died.

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Scenic SedaliaThis article is presented in partnership with Visit Sedalia. Whether you visit Sedalia during the Missouri State Fair, the Scott.

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Maggin Rochelle SandefurMaggin Rochelle Sandefur, 35, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, formerly of Bella Vista, passed away on Wednesday, October 21, 2020.

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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged: 'Yes please! 'Blake Shelton popped the question to girlfriend Gwen Stefani and she said yes.

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Leavenworth man charged with capital murder in deaths of 2 sonsProsecutors charged Donny Jackson, a Leavenworth man accused of killing his two sons and fleeing the state with his two young daughters over the weekend with capital murder Tuesday, Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson said.

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Miz-zoomDrink talks about the keys to beating Kentucky, as well as preparing for Florida.

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Uber and Lyft are Offering Half Price Rides to the Polls on Election DayThe big election happens in less than a week and it's time for all of us who haven't already voted early to make our Election Day voting plans.

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Mizzou Football in 2020, Week 6 vs. Florida GatorsMissouri heads to The Swamp to take on a depleted, yet dangerous, Florida Gator squad.

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Trump administration to deliver millions of rapid tests to Mo., Kan. Okla.The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says the Abbot BinaxNOW Ag Card tests will help Governors' efforts to continue "to safely reopen their states."

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Campaign Finance: they keep dumping moneyToday at the Missouri Ethics Commission for Uniting Missouri, an extremely well-funded right wingnut PAC propping up Missouri Governor Mike Parson : C180490 10/27/2020 Uniting Missouri PAC REPUB...

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Tuesday Afternoon PlannerHeres where we stand at the noon hour as the freezing rain persists in SEK for the next several hours while it remains as rain in SWMO and NEOK.

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Melvin "Mel" Berl BrewerMelvin B. Brewer of Pittsburg, KS, known to his friends as Mel, left this world to join his beloved wife Rosemary, in the early hours of Saturday, Oct.

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Early voting in Johnson County eclipses 2016 figureKANSAS CITY, Mo. — More voters in Johnson County, Kansas, have already cast their ballots for next Tuesday's election than the number of early votes cast during the entire 2016 election.

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Member of Roger Marshall's campaign team tests positive for COVID-19Brent Robertson, Marshall's chief of staff, told 41 Action News on Tuesday that the campaign team member had already been self-quarantining after experiencing mild symptoms following exposure at a "personal event."

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Did the Democratic nominee for attorney general commit perjury? Finneran faces accusations over delinquent taxesDemocratic attorney general candidate Rich Finneran paid delinquent personal property taxes last week, prompting political opponents to question whether he committed perjury after signing the candidate declaration form swearing he had paid all of his taxes to the state of Missouri.Â.

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Special Highway Patrol Training Scheduled To Be Held In Kmmo Listening AreaArea residents need to know that some special training by a state law-enforcement agency will be held in the KMMO listening area beginning this week.

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Missouri man seeks answers for mail delaysClick here for updates on this story. HAZELWOOD, MO  A Washington, Missouri man says he's been waiting for weeks for items he sent to be delivered.

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Missouri Voters Must Bring One Form Of Id To The Polls On Election DayAccording to Missourinet, you will need to bring your voter ID card from your county clerks office; a government-issued photo.

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Ed Brown, St. Louis Eye Patch Lawyer, Found Dead in Apparent SuicideEd Brown, an attorney famous in St. Louis for his distinctive look and late-night infomercials, was found dead yesterday after apparently jumping to his death from his high rise office building.

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The Mud HouseLocated on a corner along Cherokee Street is a cute little cafe and coffee shop, The Mud House.

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Missouri Amendment 3 getting a lot of attention from supporters and criticsAmendment 3 has several parts, but redistricting is getting most of the attention.

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Icy weather causes massive power outages in OklahomaOKLAHOMA CITY — More than 200,000 homes and businesses in Oklahoma were without electricity Tuesday morning as an early season ice storm bore down on the area.

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RideKC announces shuttle service for voters on Election DayKANSAS CITY, Mo. — With Election Day one week away, a new partnership announced Tuesday hopes to help voters get to the polls.

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Joseph Sleiman MonsourJoseph Sleiman Monsour, 84, of Pittsburg, KS, passed away on October 25, 2020, at Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg, Kansas.

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Ashcroft Issues Tips On How To Be Educated, Prepared On Election DayOne week out from the November 3 general election, Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft is outlining what Missourians can do to ensure they are prepared on Election Day.

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Kansas City, Missouri, Police Board meeting paused amid call for chief's resignationThe Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners meeting was paused Tuesday morning after a community member stood up and called for the resignation of Kansas City, Missouri, Police Chief Rick Smith.

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Gayle BrockMr. Otis Gayle Brock, 86, of Anderson, Missouri, departed this life on Sunday, October 25, 2020, while at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri.

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Trump Administration Invests $891 Million In Rural Water And Wastewater Infrastructure Improvements In 43 StatesThe Trump Administration has announced that the United States Department of Agriculture is investing $891 million to modernize rural drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in 43 states, including Missouri.

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Board Of Public Works Scheduled To Meet On Thursday, October 29According to the agenda, the board is scheduled to discuss employee health benefits and a contract for tree trimming and brush spraying.

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Health Department Director Issues Plea For Residents, Businesses To Abide By Covid-19 Safety RecommendationsLafayette County Health Department Director Tom Emmerson issued a plea to the countys residents while reporting how many new positive cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the county on Monday, October 26.

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Kansas sets new COVID marks; governor to push mask mandateA spokesman for Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly said Monday that she was considering calling the Legislature into a special session to impose a statewide mask mandate.

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Health Department Officials Issue Tips For Staying Safe While Trick-or-treatingWith Halloween quickly approaching, there is serious concern this will serve as a significant source of spread of COVID-19 in communities.

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Missouri-Kentucky Deep DiveRock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need.

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Hawley, Blunt vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme CourtSen. Josh Hawley called her the "most openly pro-life judicial nominee to the Supreme Court in my lifetime."

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Police Department Collects Unwanted, Outdated Drugs During Take-back EventNearly 100 pounds of unwanted or expired prescription medications were collected during the United States Drug Enforcement Administrations.

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Formal Charges Filed In Pettis County StabbingFormal charges have been field in a stabbing incident on October 8 in Pettis County.

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State of Missouri Hosts 2nd Annual Show Me Excellence Summit2020 Summit Brings Together State's Operational Excellence Community, National Partners - Today, the state of Missouri hosted its second annual Show Me Excellence Summit.

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Kansas City COVID-19 Daily Briefing for Oct. 2741 Action News is offering a daily recap of COVID-19 related stories from across Kansas City and the country.

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‘These numbers represent people': pandemic task force leader asks St. Louisans to take COVID-19 precautions as case numbers riseOn Monday, during an emotional briefing, Dr. Alex Garza shared that St. Louis is seeing a seven-day average of 360 COVID-19 patients in metro area hospitals—numbers that mirror May's.

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Governor Parson Scheduled To Hold Press Conference On Thursday, October 29Governor Mike Parson will hold various official meetings with senior staff, economic development partners and the Missouri Hospital Association this week.

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RESCHEDULED: U.S. Route 36 to narrow east of MarcelineAs part of a repair and resurfacing project on U.S. Route 36, traffic will be narrowed to one lane each direction at the railroad bridge east of Marceline next week.

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Closure set for Route 190 west of ChillicotheThe Thompson River Bridge on Route 190 in Livingston County will close next week as part of the bridge deck replacement project.

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RESCHEDULED: U.S. Route 65 south of Chillicothe to closeThe Grand River Bridge on U.S. Route 65 in Livingston County will now close next week as part of the bridge deck replacement project.

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One for All Missouri provides guidance for election voteOzark Radio NewsAhead of the general election scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, public health experts with the One for All Missouri campaign would like to share following guidance for voting safely during the pandemic.

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Traffic Alert: Crews will soon begin rehab work on the Route J over Crooked River BridgeThe Missouri Department of Transportation will make the following traffic change as part of a bridge rehabilitation project for the Route J over Crooked River Bridge in Ray County.

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Three Harrison County roadways are scheduled to close beginning tomorrowThree Harrison County roadways are scheduled to close this week for culvert replacements. Local maintenance crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to close Routes TT, OO and Y, from 8 a.m.

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Arrest Reports 10/26/2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountrySteven Michael Gray, 29, of Kansas City, Missouri, was arrested on view for tampering with a motor vehicle in the 1st degree-damage property.

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MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: South Street CLOSED West of U.S. Route 160 in NixaWhat: South Street CLOSED between U.S. Route 160 and West Street in Nixa When: 8 a.m.

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Henry County Sherriff's Report 10/26/2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryOctober 26, 2020 0600 a.m. – October 27, 2020. 0647 Cpl. Logan and Deputy Mckoy responded to the 400 block of North 7 Hwy in regards to a motor vehicle crash/HBO.

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Trump Administration Invests $1.5 Million to Assist in Community Development and Small Business Opportunities in MissouriThe Trump Administration, along with Department of Agriculture. Rural Development State Director for Missouri Jeff Case, today announced that the USDA is investing $1.5 million in Intermediary Relending Program funding to two Missouri intermediaries to aid with economic improvements and job creation around the state.

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TUESDAY UPDATES: Missouri COVID-19 cases, deaths, testing, hospitalizations and positivity rate increaseCoronavirus hospitalizations and the state's positivity rate also increased since Monday. Hospitalizations went up eight to 1,407 and the state-calculated positivity rate was two-tenths higher at 22.9%.

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