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Kansas' largest public housing project making plans to closeKANSAS CITY, Kan. — More than 100 residents of a Kansas's largest housing project have been told they'll have to move because the facility is closing, but officials say that won't happen for roughly two more years.

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Food-delivery apps take bite out of KCMO restaurant profitsMany third-party ordering apps, such as Door Dash and Grub Hub, charge delivery commissions. But District 4 Councilman Eric Bunch is proposing an ordinance to temporarily limit how much the apps can charge restaurants - with a cap of 15%.

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Chiefs tweet "" after advancing to AFC title gameChad Hennes one-yard pass on 4th and inches to Tyreek Hill from the Cleveland 47 sealed the Chiefs 22-17 win over the Cleveland Browns to advance to the AFC title game next week against Buffalo.

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"Madam President" MarchPresident” March  Major Brian Dix SAN DIEGO — Retired Major Brian Dix, Director Laureate of the United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps, will debut his recent work “Madam.

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Pittsburg chess players come together to form clubChess players in Pittsburg are coming together to form their own club and begin tournaments in southeast Kansas.

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Kansas City man charged with rape, possession of child pornographyIndependence police said a woman told them that she met 23-year old Jamen L. Jackson online and invited him to her residence, according to court documents.

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Despite rumors of armed protests, peace and quiet at Missouri CapitolDespite warnings of possible armed protests at state capitols across the country, there was nothing doing in Jefferson City.

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Bald eagles making their way towards MissouriFrequently more than 2,000 eagles are tallied during the state's annual mid-winter eagle count, which is conducted by the Missouri Department of Conservation each January.

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Update: Smithton Man Charged With Killing His Wife Scheduled For Court This WeekA 33-year-old Smithton man is facing a felony for allegedly killing his wife on September 16.

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Update: The Court Will Set Another Trial Date In The Case Of Kck Man Charged With Murder And Kidnapping Among Other ChargesOn February 22, Sedalia Police officers responded to.

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Update: Sedalia Man Sentenced To Jail Time After Pleading Guilty To Sex-related Felonies Involving A MinorA Sedalia man accused of inappropriate contact with a minor, three years ago, has been sentenced to spend time in jail.

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Penrose on Politics: Taps Closed to InsurrectionistsOn Josh Hawley : Heh. Previously: Senator Claire McCaskill – town hall in Warrensburg – Press Q and A – August 17, 2017.

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Sunday COVID-19 Coverage: Missouri reports 1,350 new casesAs COVID-19 continues to spread, KOMU 8 will continue to update you about impacts in the community.

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Update: Case Continued For Lexington Woman Charged With Felony After Attempting To Disarm A Police OfficerAccording to a probable-cause statement, officers were called to a residence at 6 p.m.

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What to know about Chiefs vs. Browns gameAll COVID-19 protocols are still in place for this game. That means fans will still have to socially distance from one another and masks must be worn at all times except when eating or drinking inside the stadium.

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30 Sugar Land, Missouri City shopping destinations that opened in 2020 or are coming in 2021Revisit the beauty, education, food and beverage, and health and fitness businesses that opened in Sugar Land and Missouri City in 2020.

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Benton County Health Department Has Started Sign Ups For Covid VaccineIt is still not clear when the COVID vaccine will be available to everyone but another area Health Department has begun to allow its residents to get put on a list.

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A wake up call&Matthew Cooke: The transcript: This is a wake-up call for republicans. America elected Joe Biden by over 7 million votes and youre confused because you didnt see us flock to his ralli...

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Josh Hawley loves to tout his Missouri hometown. Residents split over loving him backLexington is a community of 4,600 set some 45 miles northeast of Kansas City. Residents here tend to hold their tongues over politics unless they know they are in safe company.

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After upset win, LSU women look to continue momentum at MissouriThursday night's overtime victory over No. 7 Texas A&M was the biggest of the season for the LSU women's basketball team, and it isn't particularly close.

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Mizzou Basketball Postgame Stats and Analysis: Study Hall vs Texas A&MI'm always fascinated by finding the game within the game. How a scout turns into a game plan, how it's executed and how it's countered.

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Coqui, a Caribbean cuisine venue to open in March!Forsyth Mo.  The Caribbean Islands comprise a group of island nations situated off the southern tip of Florida.

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SB Nation Reacts: Losing seems to impact fan confidenceWelcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Missouri Tigers fans, and fans across the country.

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Latest updated blogGood early Sunday morning, everyone. While it was nice to see a storm system bring in some light accumulating snow to start the weekend out, we did see some partly sunny skies return for our Saturday.

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Missouri Woman Charged in Connection With Capitol RiotWASHINGTON — A Missouri woman has been charged with taking a splintered name plate belonging to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

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Emporia State women win, men loss to Missouri SouthernThe Emporia State womens basketball team had 4 players score in double-figures, 2 with career highs, in a 73-62 win over Missouri Southern Saturday.

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Lopers hang tough with defending national champion Northwest Missouri St.UNK men's basketball loses to third-ranked Northwest Missouri State, 73-63.

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Missouri woman seen with Pelosi sign charged in connection with Capitol riotsA Missouri woman seen with a fractured sign belonging to House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiDemocrats point fingers on whether Capitol rioters had inside help Pelosi suggests criminal charges for any lawmaker who helped with Capitol riot Pelosi mum on when House will send impeachment article to Senate MORE has been charged in connection with...

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Cowgirl Tennis Defeats Missouri Twice in DoubleheaderThe No. 11 ranked Oklahoma State women's tennis team defeated Missouri in a Saturday doubleheader, claiming the opener by a 4-1 margin before a 4-3 victory in the nightcap.

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Independence police shot at responding to child welfare callKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Independence police officers were shot at while responding to a call for a child welfare check Saturday night.

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Missouri State Women, Drury Men Pick Up Wins In Split DualThe Bears won the women's meet 174-124 over the Panthers, while on the men's side, Drury notched a 207-88 win over the MSU.

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Men's College BasketballNorthwest Missouri State and Missouri were winners while Creighton, UNI and K-State all dropped games in regional mens college basketball action on Saturday.

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Underwater pokerJOPLIN, Mo.  Have you ever heard of playing poker underwater? It might sound like a bit of a gamble, but it turned out to be a good time for some 4-State poker pros who stopped by Calypso Scuba in Joplin on Saturday.

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Arkansas and Missouri National Guard troops preparing to head to DC for presidential inaugurationBoth Arkansas and Missouri are preparing to deploy National Guard troops to Washington, D.C. throughout the next few days as the presidential inauguration approaches.

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Missouri police examine history to build stronger communitiesKANSAS CITY, Mo. — All Missouri police officer recruits now are required to take a new class focused on connecting with minority communities.

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Chanute rolls to 4th straight SEK wrestling titleThe Blue Comets beat Independence 72-9 Saturday afternoon in the SEK championship.

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Pittsburg takes 3rd at SEK wrestling dualsThe Pittsburg Purple Dragons finished 3rd at the SEK wrestling duals on Saturday afternoon in Chanute.

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Morehead State vs. Southeast Missouri StateGet a recap of the Morehead State Eagles vs. Southeast Missouri State Redhawks basketball game.

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Silver Alert canceled for 83-year-old Blue Springs manKANSAS CITY, Mo. — UPDATE, 7:22p.m. - Holloway has been located and is safe.

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Morehead State improves to 6-2 in the OVC ; takes down SE Missouri, 64-50Another lock-down effort on defense, plus four double-figure scorers on the offensive end of the floor, propelled Morehead State mens basketball to its fifth consecutive win, a 64-50 triumph at Southeast Missouri, Saturday night at the Show Me Center.

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Loews Hotel cancels Florida fundraiser for Missouri's HawleyLoews Hotels announced that it would not host the Orlando, Fla., fundraiser for U.S. Sen.

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App helps homeowners find contractors to shovel snowThere's an app and website to help people who would rather have someone else scoop up the snow off their driveways and sidewalks called GreenPal.

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Five New Year's resolutions for Missouri lawmakersToo often, Show-Me State conservativism has been characterized by a lack of urgency and a satisfaction with the status quo.

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This Date in Missouri Senate History: Jan. 17, 185717, 1857, the day Columbia Baptist Female College — now known as Stephens College — was first incorporated.

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Missouri-Texas A&M Recap: Tilmon's TriumphJeremiah Tilmon used to tantalize; now he tramples. If he keeps this up, he's an All-American.

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Game NotesGame Notes - Jan. 18 - at Missouri.

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Women's Hoops On Road At Missouri MondayThe LSU women's basketball team travels to Missouri for a Monday night game on the SEC Network.

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Missionaries offer helping hand in JoplinMissionaries with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints offer a helping hand to a Joplin family while spreading their message of faith.

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'Resign': Progressives and Hawley's Missouri Constituents Want Him to Quit Immediately"While you may politically regret what you've revealed about yourself, you still have no place in public office," tweeted Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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KCPD locate 1942 Army documents amid property crimes investigationKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Missouri, police are asking for the public's help to locate a man whose military documents were found Saturday during a property crimes investigation.

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New suit brought in Missouri River floodingST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The federal government faces a second lawsuit over flooding along the Missouri River after it was ordered last month to pay some landowners for damages.

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Missouri woman seen with Pelosi sign charged in DC riotWASHINGTON — A Missouri woman has been charged with taking a splintered name plate belonging to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

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1 dead after 1-vehicle crash in Overland ParkKANSAS CITY, Mo. — One person has died following a crash Saturday afternoon in Overland Park.

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Missouri woman accused of posing with Nancy Pelosi's nameplate at Capitol riotFederal authorities have charged a Missouri woman with storming the U.S. Capitol and posing with Speaker Nancy Pelosis nameplate during the riot....

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Person of interest sought in Sarcoxie murder investigationSARCOXIE, Mo.  The Jasper County Sheriff says a person of interest in a Sarcoxie homicide investigation has been identified.

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Loews Hotels cancel Hawley-affiliated eventA national hotel chain is the latest to cancel events connected to Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley.

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Missouri Takes Down Texas A&M Following a Dominant Second HalfMissouri resumed their season and took down Texas A&M on the road as Jeremiah Tilmon shined in double-digit victory.

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Missouri sending troops to help with Washington securityTo help with security leading up to the presidential inauguration. A spokeswoman for the governor didn't specify how many troops Missouri is sending.

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Second half surge pushes Mizzou past A&MDru Smith scored 15 points, Jeremiah Tilmon added 14 points and 10 rebounds Javon Pickett came off the bench to score 12 as the 17th ranked Mizzou Tigers came off their 11-day COVID-19 break to beat Texas A&M 68-52 on Saturday in College Station.

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Missouri woman seen with Pelosi sign charged in connection with Capitol riotsA Missouri woman seen with a fractured sign belonging to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been charged in connection with the Jan.

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Police arrest person of interest in Arcadia death investigationA person of interest in a recent death investigation in Crawford County is now in custody.

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Missouri woman seen with Pelosi sign charged in DC riotWASHINGTON — A Missouri woman has been charged with taking a splintered name plate belonging to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

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Campaign Finance: DayamWhen its Sedition, it pours. Josh Hawley scheduled a February fundraiser in Florida. Today: Loews Hotels @Loews_Hotels We are horrified and opposed to the events at the Capitol and all w...

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Man who held boy hostage in Minnesota believed to be from MissouriPolice in a Twin Cities suburb say they don't know why a man who held a young boy hostage before killing himself was in Minnesota or the community.

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Arkansas and Missouri National Guard troops preparing to head to DC for presidential inaugurationBoth Arkansas and Missouri are preparing to deploy National Guard troops to Washington, D.C. throughout the next few days as the presidential inauguration approaches.

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Holy $#^%!Amendment I: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

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Man who held hostage believed to be from MissouriPolice in a Twin Cities suburb say they don and apos;t know why a man who held a young boy hostage before killing himself was in Minnesota or the community.

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Emily Hernandez biography: 13 things about US Capitol rioter from Sullivan, MissouriHere are 13 more things about her: She lives in Sullivan, Missouri.. She was one of the 8th grade participants in the May Day 2014 in Spring Bluff School in Sullivan.

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Man who held hostage believed to be from MissouriBROOKLYN PARK, Minn. — Police in a Twin Cities suburb say they don't know why a man who held a young boy hostage before killing himself was in Minnesota or the community.

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No. 17 Missouri returns to action with rout of Texas A&MJeremiah Tilmon scored 14 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked three shots to lead No.

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Find out which 22 restaurants opened in Sugar Land, Missouri City in 2020As part of our 2021 Annual Community Guide, Community Impact Newspaper gathered a list of restaurants that opened in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area in 2020.

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Game Thread: Missouri vs Texas A&MAfter a brief break period due to Covid-19 contact tracing, the Missouri Tigers resume their schedule on the road against the Texas A&M Aggies.

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Emporia State to hos Missouri Southern. KU postponed. K-State at TexasThe Emporia State womens and mens basketball teams host Missouri Southern Saturday afternoon. The Lady Hornets will be looking to bounce back from Thursdays loss to Pittsburg State against what Coach...

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Tax Form 1099-G Available Online For Missourians Who Claimed Unemployment BenefitsJefferson City - Missourians who received unemployment benefits in 2020 can now view, print and download their 1099-G tax form online at.

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No. 17 Missouri cruises past lethargic Texas A&M in Reed ArenaThe Aggies in their second season under coach Buzz Williams dropped to 7-5 overall and 2-4 in SEC play.

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Humane Society Of Southwest Missouri hosts its first rabies and vaccination clinic of 2021The Humane Society Of Southwest Missouri will be hosting its monthly Rabies and Vaccination Low-Cost Clinic on Saturday, January 16.

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Five New Year's resolutions for Missouri lawmakersToo often, Show-Me State conservativism has been characterized by a lack of urgency and a satisfaction with the status quo.

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Training begins today to add more drivers to KCMO snow removal planEmployees in the solid waste division of Kansas City, Missouri, spent Saturday morning learning how to operate snow plows, salt spreaders, and complete other training tasks as the city implements a new snow removal plan.

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New suit brought in Missouri River floodingST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The federal government faces a second lawsuit over flooding along the Missouri River after it was ordered last month to pay some landowners for damages.

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Saturday COVID-19 Coverage: Missouri reports 2,011 new casesAs COVID-19 continues to spread, KOMU 8 will continue to update you about impacts in the community.

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Katherine Stewart: Josh Hawley, Religious ZealotKatherine Stewart is the nation’s leading chronicler of Christian nationalism and the religious right. Her latest book, The Power Worshippers, is a must-read; I reviewed it in The New York Review of Books.

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'Resign': Progressives and Hawley's Missouri Constituents Want Him to Quit Immediately"While you may politically regret what you've revealed about yourself, you still have no place in public office," tweeted Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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Fire forces four people from Overland Park homeKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two adults and two children were forced from a burning Overland Park home this morning.

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After long layoff, No. 17 Missouri edges out win at Texas A&MThe Tigers started out sluggish, but finished off strong to defeat to Aggies 68-52 in College Station.

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Overcoming slow start, Tilmon leads charge in Missouri's bounce-back winComing off of their worst half of the season and an 11-day layoff, the Tigers found a way to win in College Station.

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Cyclone Wrestlers dual Missouri and Arizona State to kick off their 2021 D1 scheduleDivision One wrestling is back in Hilton this weekend as the Cyclones host Missouri, Arizona State, and UNI* in a quadrangular meet that kicks off the main part of a shortened 2021 wrestling...

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Missouri State Lady Bears Start Conference Play With WinThe Missouri State Lady Bears started their Missouri Valley conference title defense with a win Friday night, beating Northern Iowa 70-51.

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Missouri State Men's Basketball Schedules Missouri S&T, Reschedules Game With Southern IllinoisSPRINGFIELD – After spending much of the week looking for an opponent to fill an open weekend on the men’s basketball schedule, Missouri State head coach Dana Ford announced Friday evening the addition of a home game on January 17 against regional foe Missouri S&T at JQH Arena.

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Smith helps No. 17 Missouri beat Texas A&M 68-52COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A COVID-19 pause left Missouri a little rusty before the Tigers shook it off and beat Texas A&M.

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Missouri vs. Texas A&M preview: TV schedule, channel, start time, odds, picks, live stream for intraconference matchupThe Aggies will need an offensive explosion to keep pace with Mizzou.

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Probe of Missouris troubled medical marijuana program may resumeRep. Jered Taylor, R-Nixa, the new head of the House Special Committee on Government Oversight, said Thursday he is open to continuing the panel’s investigation, which stalled in March 2020.

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Blues pounded by Avs 8-0The Colorado Avalanche scored five goals on the power play in an 8-0 win against the St. Louis Blues at Ball Arena on Friday.

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Marshall Resident Seriously Injured In Two-vehicle Traffic CrashAccording to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the crash occurred as a westbound vehicle, driven by 49-year-old Edelin Garcia, failed to yield while merging from a private drive onto the roadway and struck a northbound vehicle, driven by 31-year-old Morgan Renfrow, of Marshall.

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More Covid-19-related Deaths Reported In Area County On Friday, January 15According to the countys COVID-19 Dashboard, its total is now 49 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.

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Nestle Prepared Foods Recalls Not-ready-to-eat Pepperoni Hot Pockets ProductNestlà Prepared Foods is recalling approximately 762,000 pounds of not-ready-to-eat pepperoni hot pockets product that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of glass and hard plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced on Friday, January 15.

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Man who held boy hostage in Minnesota believed to be from MissouriPolice in a Twin Cities suburb say they don't know why a man who held a young boy hostage before killing himself was in Minnesota or the community.

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CBB Game Day: Mizzou vs Texas A&MIt should be a busy day for College Basketball, starting with the Tigers at noon.

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Missouri woman seen with Pelosi sign charged in DC riotWASHINGTON — A Missouri woman has been charged with taking a splintered name plate belonging to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

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Game Thread: Missouri vs Texas A&MAfter a brief break period due to Covid-19 contact tracing, the Missouri Tigers resume their schedule on the road against the Texas A&M Aggies.

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Humane Society Of Southwest Missouri hosts its first rabies and vaccination clinic of 2021The Humane Society Of Southwest Missouri will be hosting its monthly Rabies and Vaccination Low-Cost Clinic on Saturday, January 16.

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COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES: Missouri adds 2,011 new COVID-19 cases in Saturday updateKansas City metro area health officials are grappling with how to handle continuing case count increases after reopening businesses more than four months ago.

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Man who held child hostage in Brooklyn Park believed to be from MissouriPolice in a Twin Cities suburb say they dont know why a man who held a young boy hostage before killing himself was in Minnesota or the community.

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Austin Peay vs. Southeast Missouri StateGet a preview of the Austin Peay Lady Govs vs. Southeast Missouri State Redhawks basketball game.

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January 17, 1927Birthday of humanitarian Dr. Thomas Dooley in St. Louis. He was a diligent medical pioneer in Southeast Asia and John F. Kennedy named Dooley as his inspiration for starting the Peace Cor.

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January 16, 1911Birthday of Baseball's most colorful character, Dizzy Dean. Read more about him in Tales From Missouri and the Heartland.

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SIU MBB game at Missouri State rescheduled for Feb 10The Missouri Valley Conference has postponed the Southern Illinois-Missouri State men's basketball game from JQH Arena, in Springfield, Mo., due to positive COVID-19 test results among Southern Illinois' Tier I personnel, which consists of student-athletes, coaches, managers and staff.   The game, however, has been rescheduled for...

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MoDOT prepares Northeast Missouri roadways for heavy snowfallWhile snow is expected throughout the Tri-States, residents of Missouri are expected to receive heavier snowfall over the next 24 hours.

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Meat processing plant in Polk County, Mo. set to open soonA new meat processing plant is set to open in Pleasant Hope this month creating around 300 jobs.

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9 East Newton dominates Nevada for 7th straight win9 East Newton tops Nevada 74-62 Friday night. Connor Killion scores 18 points for East Newton, while Logan Applegate drops a game-high 33 points for Nevada.

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Frontenac hands Girard first CNC lossMario Menghini finishes with a team-high 13 points for the Raiders, while Jordan Fudge adds 12.

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No. 4 Alabama Gymnastics Beats No. 14 Missouri, 195.775-195.750, Friday NightFreshman Shania Adams led the Crimson Tide on the night, winning the all-around with a 39.375.

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Louisville Men Clock 1:25 200MR In Albiero-Less Dual Against MissouriThe Louisville men blasted a 1:25 in the 200 medley relay as the Cardinal men took down the Missouri Tigers 199-101, despite missing the Albiero family.

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KC Parks opens Garrison Community Center as warming centerKANSAS CITY, Mo. — With temperatures expected to drop overnight and remain near freezing with brisk winds in the coming days, the Garrison Community Center is being transformed into a warming center.

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UNI women's basketball can't keep up with No. 25 Missouri State in series openerA cold night of shooting stunted Northern Iowa's chances at upsetting 25th-ranked Missouri State on Friday at McLeod Center.

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No. 4 Alabama Gymnastics Beats No. 14 Missouri, 195.775-195.750, Friday NightThe No. 4 Alabama gymnastics team beat No. 14 Missouri 195.775-197.750 Friday night at the Hearnes Center in Columbia, Mo.

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Missouri will not get as many COVID-19 vaccines as planned in upcoming weeksMissouri is not getting as many COVID-19 vaccines as expected from Operation Warp Speed over the next few weeks.

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Missouri State men's basketball adds game vs. Missouri S&T for SundayThe addition is the latest update in a number of changes to the Bears' schedule.

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Homicide investigation continues in SarcoxieSARCOXIE, Mo.  Investigators with the Jasper County Sheriffs Office spent part of their Friday afternoon conducting a traffic checkpoint in Sarcoxie as they looked for leads following the death of a Sarcoxie woman.

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Former Galesburg alderwoman Nancy Dahlberg killed in traffic crash in MissouriFormer Galesburg alderwoman Nancy Dahlberg killed in traffic crash in Missouri.

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KU basketball postpones game against Iowa State, citing COVID-19 issuesKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The University of Kansas men's basketball game against Iowa State University was postponed Friday.

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Missouri's Emily Hernandez Took Nancy Pelosi's Sign in Capitol Riot, Feds SayEmily Hernandez of Sullivan in Franklin County made a memorable cameo in January 6 footage of the extremists, snagging Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's broken nameplate and parading it around the Capitol like a trophy, according to the FBI's account of her alleged actions, filed today in federal court.

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KCPD investigates triple shooting in 6300 block of Agnes AvenueFor jurisdictions that utilize the Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers Tips Hotline, anonymous tips can be made by calling 816-474-TIPS , submitting the tip online or through the free mobile app at P3Tips.com.

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Map: Locations of Missouri COVID-19 vaccine providersKANSAS CITY, Mo. — As Missouri continues to vaccinate people in the Phase 1 efforts, it has put together a map where people can locate vaccine providers in the state.

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Weather at 6pm 1/15/20Latest updated blog: Some snow Friday and long range forecast. - Doug.

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Do you qualify for Missouri's next round of COVID-19 vaccines?This article has a list of who does plus more on the other tiers yet to come and some things you should keep in mind as you seek your shots.

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Ameren Missouri Purchases Second Wind Energy Facility In Northwestern MissouriAmeren Missouri has purchased a northwestern Missouri wind energy facility that's expected to provide clean energy to about 90,000 customers.

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This Date in Missouri Senate History: Jan. 16, 186016, 1860, final day of the Adjourned Session of the 20th General Assembly.

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Chanute aims for 4th straight SEK wrestling titleThe defending state champions host the SEK league duals on Saturday.

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Missouri City's Crystle Stewart on becoming the National Director for Miss USAMissouri City actress and entrepreneur, Crystle Stewart, is breaking barriers with her new role in the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants.

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Black Health Care Coalition educates community on COVID-19 vaccineKANSAS CITY, Mo. — As the vaccine rollout continues in both Kansas and Missouri, there's a nonprofit group called Black Health Care Coalition working to inform Black communities on the facts of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Missouri to start vaccinating 1st responders, at-risk individuals for COVID-19The state plans to start vaccinating first responders for COVID-19 on Thursday and at-risk individuals, including folks over 65, as early as Monday.

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Crawford County health officials update commission on county COVID numbersCrawford County health officials are cautiously optimistic as COVID numbers begin trending downward. Officials updated county commissioners at their meeting today.

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Take one of the worst pandemics ever—and add a million scamsJust when people were scared, broke, and vulnerable, the fraudsters moved in.

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City Of Sedalia Announces Utility Bill ErrorResidents within the utility billing cycle known as the third district might have noticed that their bills were much less than normal this month.

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Kansas City security, mental health experts offer tips for people feeling stressed, unsafeWashington D.C. and states across the country are bracing for possible violence after the assault last week of the U.S. Capitol.

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Online surveys helping clarify when people can receive COVID-19 vaccineKANSAS CITY, Mo. — As Kansas and Missouri distribute more COVID-19 vaccines, many people are using online tools to see when and where they can receive theirs.

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Missouri Congressman wants financial companies to stop serving U.S. Capitol riotersMissouri Congressman Emanuel Cleaver is requesting that banks and other financial services companies stop processing transactions for rioters and organizations who were part of last week's attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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Log truck, car involved in crash on Missouri Route 266; no injuries reportedAuthorities are investigating a crash with a log truck and a car along Missouri Route 266 near Springfield.

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Fire forces evacuation of inmates at northwest Missouri jailMARYVILLE, Mo. — A fire in an inmate's cell in a northwest Missouri jail forced authorities to evacuate all inmates through narrow, smoke-filled hallways.

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Virtual learning offers Missouri schools an alternative to snow daysIn Missouri, a law that went into effect at the start of of the 2020-2021 school year allows schools to have students work remotely rather than using a snow day.

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Missouri sending troops to help with Washington securityMissouri Gov. Mike Parson is sending National Guard troops to Washington, D.

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3 Democrats vying for HD 45 seat in special electionAs the special election for HD 45 draws nearer, three Democratic candidates are making their bid to represent Columbia in the lower chamber.

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NRA declares bankruptcy, plans to incorporate in TexasThe National Rifle Association says the nation's most powerful gun-rights organization has filed for bankruptcy and will seek to incorporate the nation's most politically influential gun-rights group in Texas instead of New York.

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With 350,000 doses idling, Missouri extends vaccine to 65-and-overMissouri Gov. Mike Parson Thursday announced the state will move into Phase 1B of its COVID-19 it vaccine distribution plan on Monday, extending inoculations to first-responders, high-risk residents and general public aged 65 and older.

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Oklahoma governor activates National Guard at State CapitolOKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Kevin Stitt announced today that out of an abundance of caution he is activating over 75 members of the Oklahoma National Guard to assist local law enforcement should any protests at the State Capitol, or other locations, turn violent.

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Irs Warns Taxpayers About New Wave Of Covid-19 ScamsThe Internal Revenue Services Criminal Investigation Division is warning taxpayers about a new wave of COVID-19-related scams as the agency delivers the second round of Economic Impact Payments.

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Datebook: Accessing Capital in KC; Networking in the New NormalPlan the week ahead with Missouri Business Alert’s Virtual Datebook. Due to COVID-19, the calendar now features online events.

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Psc Denies Emergency Rulemaking RequestThe Missouri Public Service Commission has denied a request filed by Consumers Council of Missouri which sought Commission issuance of an emergency rule that would temporarily prevent electric, natural gas, and water disconnections through March 31, 2021, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Platte County lightens restrictions on bars, restaurantsKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Platte County Health Department adopted a new public health order Friday, lightening restrictions on bars, restaurants and taverns.

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Missouri nuclear plant shut down for third time in 9 monthsOperations at the plant first stopped in April, when a main feedwater valve malfunctioned. The second shutdown happened in September after a piece of ductwork became detached and caused a generator to trip.

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Edward Leroy JohnsonEdward Leroy Johnson, age 87, Neosho, Missouri, passed away on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 in Joplin.

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LUCKY SCRATCH! Springfield man wins $100,000 top prize on Missouri Lottery scratchers ticketZachary Bain purchased the winning ticket at the Kum and Go gas station at 1313 W.

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Tuesday: School Bus Drivers Got Unemployment During Shutdown. Now Missouri Wants It BackAs a local union rep, Dan Thacker isn't accustomed to dealing with unemployment processes. But when the COVID-19 crisis started hitting St. Louis hard 10 months ago, that changed.

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Stephanie L. MansfieldStephanie Mansfield, 65, of Parsons, passed away at 4:12 p.m., Sunday, January 10, 2021, at Labette Health.

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No charges in Pennsylvania discarded-ballots caseOfficials have previously blamed the decision to toss out the ballots on an unidentified and improperly trained contract worker who had been handling mail-in ballots for the county for two days.

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Megan Renee LegerMegan Renee Leger, age 30, Springfield, passed away on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at Cox South in Springfield, Missouri after a lengthy illness.

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California bill would ban intersex surgery for young kidsThese surgeries are irreversible and are often performed on infants, advocates say, even when they are not medically necessary.

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Missouri sending troops to help with Washington securityMissouri Gov. Mike Parson is sending National Guard troops to Washington, D.C. to help with security leading up to the presidential inauguration.

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Federal report says pandemic hit seafood industry hardThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said revenues from catch brought to the docks by commercial fishermen fell 29% over the course of the first seven months of the year.

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UPDATE: Blizzard warning remains in effect for far northwest Missouri through 6 pm; southbound I-29 reopensOn Friday. The warning includes heavily-traveled I-29 and covers four rural counties: Atchison, Nodaway, Andrew and Holt.

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Democratic lawmakers join call for Census director to resignA group of Democratic lawmakers are joining civil right groups in calling for U.S. Census Bureau director Steven Dillingham's resignation after a watchdog agency said he had set a deadline for pressured statisticians to produce a report on the number of people in the U.S. illegally.

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KCMO files lawsuit against ATF to revoke gun manufacturer's licenseKansas City, Missouri, joined a lawsuit against the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to compel the ATF to revoke a firearm license granted to JA Industries, formerly known as Jimenez Arms.

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U.S. retail sales fell in December for 3rd straight monthSales also fell in October and November, even as retailers tried to get people shopping for Christmas gifts early by offering deals before Halloween.

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Butterball investing $8.7 million in two Arkansas processing facilitiesThe North Carolina-based company says the expansion includes a $4.7 million investment in Ozark, where the company will create 160 jobs, and a $4 million investment in Huntsville, where it will create 200 new jobs.

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Clinton City Council Meeting Agenda for January 19thAGENDA Clinton City Council Video Meeting via Zoom Video Conference Tuesday, January 19, 2021 • 6:00 p.m.

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Missouri House cancels work as lawmakers sickened with virusAt least two lawmakers tested positive and another is quarantining.

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Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare Announces Vaccine PlanThe State of Missouri has announced that it will allow all individuals over age 65 and individuals between ages 18 and 64 with an underlying health condition to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Kansas man sentenced to prison, fined $310,000 for poachingSome of the charges included criminal hunting, hunting from a vehicle, using artificial light, exceeding bag limits and hunting without a license.

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Lawsuit: Community college program was human traffickingMissouri-based Royal Canin, part of the lawsuit, said in an email response Thursday that it's aware of the lawsuit but does not comment on pending litigation.

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Wichita man sentenced to 225 years in prison for child abuseUnder Kansas law, sex crimes against children younger than 14 carry a presumptive sentence of life with eligibility for parole after 25 years.

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Kansas City police have body cameras, more are comingKansas City police officials say all patrol officers in the city are expected to be equipped with body worn cameras by March.

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Moving Missouri Forward announces contributors to inauguration and bicentennial effortsThe nonprofit Moving Missouri Forward has announced a list of contributions received for the bicentennial and inaugural celebrations.

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Keytesville Man Charged With Multiple Sex-related FeloniesA 19-year-old Keytesville man is facing multiple sex related felonies involving a juvenile. Phineas J. Schrock is accused of entering the bedroom of a 15-year-old female juveniles bedroom on November 19, 2020 and forcing himself on her.

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North Dakota Rejects Changes to HIV Law, Missouri Considers ThemIn North Dakota Wednesday, the Republican-led House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted down House Bill 1106, which would have made it an infraction, rather than a Class A felony, to “willfully” transfer bodily fluid containing HIV.

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Opinion: Thank you to the best boss I have had"It makes me feel a little better about Missouri that a person like that can ascend to leadership in our state legislature."

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John Michael HicksonJohn Michael Hickson, age 25, Joplin, passed away on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at his home.

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Kathleen Anne KeisnerKathleen Anne O'Bryan Keisner, 87, passed away in the early morning hours of Saturday, January 9, 2021 after a long and full life.

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Woman from Sullivan, Missouri, charged in connection with US Capitol riotA woman from Sullivan, Missouri, was charged in federal court in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week.

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Charlotte Lee CloudCloud, 93, of Monett, MO, passed peacefully from this life on Thursday morning, January 14, 2021, in the comfort of her home.

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Charles "Dennis" MarshCharles Dennis Marsh, age 79, of Mount Vernon, Missouri, passed away January 12, 2021, due to complications of COVID-19.

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Fire forces evacuation of inmates at northwest Missouri jailMARYVILLE, Mo. — A fire in an inmates cell in a northwest Missouri jail forced authorities to evacuate all inmates through narrow, smoke-filled hallways.

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Blue Springs police looking for missing 57-year-old manBlue Springs police are looking for 57-year-old Ronnie Coleman, who was last seen around 5:50 p.m.

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Missouri Minute: Biden unveils $1.9B relief plan; Parson announces next stage for vaccineHello, MBA readers, Thursday brought announcements of new developments in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic at the national and state levels.

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1 dead after shooting on Freeman Drive in KCK, police sayOne person died in a shooting Friday in the 600 block of Freeman Drive in Kansas City, Kansas, police said.

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Update: Raytown Woman Facing Drug Charges In Lafayette County Has Court Proceeding Scheduled For Next MonthA 44-year-old Raytown woman has been charged with a drug-related felony after a traffic stop in Lafayette County on September 9.

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Five New Year's resolutions for Missouri lawmakersMissouri is considered one of the most "conservative" of the 50 states. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

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Lawmakers want more security around the Missouri CapitolCapitol Police requested assistance from several agencies, including the Highway Patrol and the Natural Resources Department.

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Teacher Jessica Piper to run for House in 2022After more than a decade in education, Jessica Piper is hoping to bring her insight and historical knowledge to the race for HD 1 in 2022.

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Missouri Valley Conference Spring Football UpdateTen of the 11 Missouri Valley Conference teams will play a spring football season.

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SSM Health to sell 100-year-old Missouri hospitalSt. Louis-based SSM Health signed a definitive agreement to sell its 100-year-old Missouri hospital to Kansas City, Mo.-based Noble Health, according to ABC 17.

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Missouri will not get as many COVID-19 vaccines as planned in upcoming weeksMissouri is not getting as many COVID-19 vaccines as expected from Operation Warp Speed over the next few weeks.

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Johnson County launches survey for residents in Phase 2 of vaccine rolloutKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Johnson County has launched a survey to notify residents in Phase 2 of the state's vaccination plan when they will be eligible to receive a vaccine.

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You Can Rent an Entire St. Louis Theater for $99Things are starting to become dire for parents here in the Midwest. Temperatures have plummeted, and since it's actually illegal to leave your children outdoors for any length of time, parents and kids are all feeling that itchy, suffocating cabin fever while being stuck at home.

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IgniteWe are Americans committed to the rule of law. We watched in horror at the insurrection of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, 2021.

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Mr. Food: Whatdoyoucallem BarsThis recipe is a copycat version of a popular candy bar that's full of crispy, peanut buttery goodness.

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Winter weather to continue impacting mid-Missouri through Friday eveningWinter weather has been impacting mid-Missouri since early Friday morning, bringing periods of moderate snowfall and gusty winds.

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Missouri sending troops to help with Washington securityMissouri Gov. Mike Parson is sending National Guard troops to Washington, D.C. to help with security leading up to the presidential inauguration.

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Police: 2 women killed in southeast Missouri head-on crashCAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Police in southeastern Missouri say two women were killed in a head-on crash on Interstate 55 just north of Cape Girardeau.

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Hoops Preview: Missouri returns to action against Texas A&MThe Tigers will try to shake off the rust against a scrappy Buzz Williams team.

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Where can I receive the COVID-19 vaccine? State launches new website to explain who can get vaccinated whenOnce Missouri enters Phase 3, residents can access a map of vaccination locations.

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Person of interest in Sarcoxie homicide is male, authorities sayInvestigators release more information on a person of interest in a Sarcoxie, Missouri homicide. They continue searching for the Subaru stolen from the home.

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Missouri state parks are open, indoor spaces remain closedMissouri state park and historic site indoor spaces, including visitor centers, nature centers, museums and offices, will remain closed through Sunday, Feb.

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Missouri Valley Conference releases statement about spring football seasonThe Missouri Valley Football Conference released a statement Friday morning regarding the upcoming 2021 spring football season.

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EDITORIAL: Could armed capital protests spread to Missouri? Here's what Republicans sayAny more pro-Trump protests after last weeks assault on the nations Capitol could be both a public safety and public relations nightmare for Republicans.

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Nationally ranked basketball teams postpone next week's matchupThe third ranked Northwest Missouri mens basketball game at 16th ranked Missouri Western scheduled for Tuesday, Jan.

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KCK Mayor David Alvey files for re-election bidKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Kansas, Mayor David Alvey on Friday filed paperwork to run for a second term as the Unified Government's top executive.

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Olathe Police Department launches crisis intervention teamKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Olathe Police Department announced Friday it is adding a new Advanced Crisis Intervention Team.

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Missouri nuclear plant shut down for third time in 9 monthsJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Ameren Corp.'s nuclear plant in mid-Missouri has halted operations because of a non-nuclear issue involving the generator, the utility company said.

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Ask George: What is a ghost kitchen, and where can I find one in St. Louis?Delivery is usually accomplished via third-party carriers, but self-delivery is also possible. Some ghost kitchens also allow for pickup, but part of the appeal is being able to locate in less-accessible B-locations or a no-frills industrial court where rent can be cheap.

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"Locked On Aggies" Crossover: Jimbo and Buzz In The MorningBuilt Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code "LOCKEDON," and you'll get 20% off your next order.

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MDC offers free virtual field to freezer sausage making class Jan. 19Kansas City, Mo. - The Missouri Department of Conservation will offer a free virtual class in sausage making from 6 to 7 p.m.

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Kansas on track to pay out extra unemployment benefitTOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas is on track to pay out an extra $300-a-week federal unemployment benefit as part of a coronavirus rescue aid package enacted late last month.

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Missouri Resident Arrested as Woman Who Stole Nancy Pelosi's Name PlateRemember this picture? The Federal Bureau of Investigation says they found the woman seen carrying a piece of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's name plate.

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Southbound I-29 closed in NW Missouri due to crashRock Port) - The southbound travel lanes of Interstate 29 are closed in a portion of northwest Missouri.

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Missouri Covid-19 Vaccination Plan Message To Water And Wastewater SystemsThe Missouri Department of Natural Resources and its association partners are providing some very important information about Missouris COVID-19 vaccination effort and how it relates to the Water and Wastewater Sector.

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Department Of Natural Resources Awards $1.7 Million For Electric Vehicle Chargers Through Volkswagen Settlement Environmental Mitigation TrustThe Missouri Department of Natural Resources has awarded around $1.7 million in funding through the Volkswagen Settlement Environmental Mitigation Trust to construct electric vehicle charging stations throughout the state.

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Carthage Humane Society to host Jordan's WayCARTHAGE, Mo.  The Carthage Humane Society will host Jordans Way, a charity organization devoted to raising money for animal shelters, in a live stream fundraising event The event takes place Wednesday Jan.

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Missouri sending troops to help with Washington securityJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is sending National Guard troops to Washington, D.C. to help with security leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, a spokeswoman confirmed late Thursday.

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Kansas City COVID-19 Daily Briefing for Jan. 1541 Action News is offering a daily recap of COVID-19 related stories from across Kansas City and the country.

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84-year-old man dies from injuries in KCMO crash, police sayKANSAS CITY, Mo. — An 84-year-old man who suffered critical injuries after a crash Monday has died from his injuries, according to Kansas City, Missouri, police.

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Friday COVID-19 coverage: Missouri adds 2,231 new casesAs COVID-19 continues to spread, KOMU 8 will continue to update you about impacts in the community.

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Election To Be Held For Saline County University Of Missouri Extension CouncilThe Saline County University of Missouri Extension Council will be conducting its annual election to select council members to serve on the local council for a two-year term.

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Change To Ameren Missouri Electric Fuel And Purchased Power Adjustment Charge ApprovedThe Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a filing made by Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri to adjust the fuel and purchased power adjustment charge on the bills of its electric customers.

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Election To Be Held For Saline County University Of Missouri Extension CouncilThe Saline County University of Missouri Extension Council will be conducting its annual election to select council members to serve on the local council for a two-year term.

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Missouri House cancels work as lawmakers sickened with virusCOLUMBIA, Mo. — The Missouri House is canceling work next week because of a rising number of coronavirus cases in the Capitol.

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Roadway Scheduled To Be Closed For Four Days In SedaliaA road closure is scheduled to last for four days next week in Pettis County.

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Phelps County Roadway to Close for Bridge ReplacementMotorists in Phelps County will need to find alternate routes beginning next week as a bridge replacement project takes place on County Road 7100 over Little Beaver Creek between Doolittle and Rolla.

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Audio: Sen. Karla Eslinger Discusses Committee AssignmentsJEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Karla Eslinger, R-Wasola, discusses her committee assignments for this General Assembly and visiting the Capitol.

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Some Area Schools Dismissing Early Due To Wintry WeatherDue to a wintry mix of precipitation that has hit the KMMO listening area, several schools did not have classes on Friday, January 15.

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Traffic Alert: I-435 MO River Bridge rehab work rescheduledDue to inclement weather, the Missouri Department of Transportation will make the following traffic changes as part of a two-year bridge rehabilitation project on the I-435 Bridge over the Missouri River.

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Limb, Debris Pickup From Storm On New Year's Weekend To Continue Next Week In MarshallCrews from Marshall Municipal Services were aiming to get all of the limbs and debris strewn around by the New Years weekend ice storms picked up this week.

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Missouri state lawmaker censured for allegedly having sex with internA Missouri state lawmaker who allegedly had sex with an intern and threatened a staffer not to report the encounter has been formally censured.

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A closer look at the candidates to become Missouri's next defensive coordinatorFootballScoop reported four candidates who could be Mizzou's next defensive coordinator. Let's take a closer look at this pool of candidates.

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Joplin woman killed in early morning wreckJASPER COUNTY, Mo.  Missouri Highway Patrol says 56-year-old Cindy Wrenfrow of Joplin died in a wreck early Friday morning.

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Kansas expects protests; governor limits Statehouse accessKansas Statehouse TOPEKA, Kan.  Gov. Laura Kelly is restricting access to the Kansas Statehouse due to the possibility of an armed protest, telling state lawmakers Thursday that an event is planned for Sunday with "other potential gatherings" next week.

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Number Of Covid-19-related Deaths Increase In Two Area CountiesAccording to health-department officials in Cooper County, five deaths were added since the last update on January 7.

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Joseph "Joe" Charles Goddard Jr.Joseph "Joe" Charles Goddard, Jr. of Miami, OK passed from this life Thursday, January 14, 2021 at his home.

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Marshall Public Schools' Superintendent Gives Covid-19 Information UpdateMarshall Public Schools is continuing its partnership with the City of Marshall and the Saline County Health Department in the battle against COVID.

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Shirley MaplesShirley Maples, 85, passed away Thursday, January 14, 2021 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin. Shirley was born November 4, 1935 in Carthage to Albert G.

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LCC surpasses goal for athletic complex campaignThe LCC Foundation Capital Campaign Steering Committee: front row, l to r: Greg Chalker, Ray Jacquinot, Janet Rexwinkle, Lindi Forbes, Jessica Hicks, Jody Thompson, Rod Landrum.

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Gymnastics faces Missouri Tigers in first road test of the seasonThe first road tournament is always the toughest. Alabama is set to meet in Columbia, Mo.

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Danny Dean LyonsSurvivors include sibling Don Lyons and wife Kay of Peoria, AZ and niece Kayla Lyons of Surprise, AZ, Abbey Lyons and children Lennon and Lauren of Merriam, KS, Amanda Lipari and children Isabelle and Ava of Kansas City, KS, Danny Dean Lyons III of Kansas City, MO, Lance Ramsey and wife Jill of Lone Elm, KS and Rhonda Mosby of Big Springs, KS,...

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Carolene Lilly WeissCarolene Lilly Weiss, age 86, passed away from this life to be with her Lord and Savior at her home on January 10, 2021 surrounded by her family and loved ones.

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Bob HoltRobert J. Holt passed away on Wednesday January 13, 2021. He was born on February 8, 1947 to Warren and Bessie.

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Ruth A. YeakeyRuth A. Yeakey, 93, Seneca, MO passed into eternal rest January 14, 2021 at her daughters' home in rural Seneca after a long illness.

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Clarence Rogers Newby IIClarence Rogers Newby, II, 61, Nevada, MO passed away on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at his home in Nevada following a lengthy illness.

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Janet Susan SeversJanet Susan Severs, age 74, Joplin, passed away on Monday, January 11, 2021 at Freeman West Hospital.

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Vicky Jo FrostVicky Jo Frost, age 55, of Joplin, passed away on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at her home.

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Caroline Jean KirkpatrickCaroline J. Kirkpatrick, of Parsons, passed away at 5:55 p.m., Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at her home.

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W. Sue MadisonWilmetta Sue Madison, 69, of Webb City, passed away on Wednesday, January 6, 2021.

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