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Tyler Macon on Mizzou recruiting and rankingsWill his impressive performance at camp raise his recruiting rankings? You can read all about what the coaches had to say about Macon in the post, and based on that information, I can't see how he doesn't rise up significantly.

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Columbia's Meek tied for third in Missouri Women's AmateurColumbia golfer Jess Meek is tied for third at the Missouri Women's Amateur golf championships after her second round at The Club at Old Kinderhook in Camdenton.

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Funeral set for Wednesday for eastern Missouri firefighter who died in the line of dutyAmerican and state flags at every Missouri fire house will be flown at half-staff on Wednesday to honor a firefighter from eastern Missouri's DeSoto who died in the line of duty, two days after battling a structure fire.

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Neosho City Council extends apology after miscommunicationTuesday's city council meeting in Neosho drew a large crowd of citizens concerned over an ordinance that would put a limit on gatherings of 16 or more.

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Coronavirus outbreak at Missouri summer camp infects at least 82 campers, counselors, staffOf the 82 confirmed cases, 31 of the patients testing positive for COVID-19 were tested at the camp and the rest were tested at home.

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Latest updated blogGood Tuesday evening, everyone. To the complete surprise of nobody, we stayed hot and humid once again for another early July day.

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Missouri officials cite reporting delay as virus case spikeJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri on Tuesday reported the state's highest daily increase in confirmed cases of the coronavirus, which health officials said is partly due to delayed reporting...

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12-Year-Old Dancer Attacked in Missouri Gets Lift from Friends, Family and FundraiserThe 12-year-old dancer who was violently attacked last week is getting a lift from friends and a fundraiser.

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Missouri man charged with punching Houston police dogDuring a wild takedown caught on camera, a Missouri man is accused of punching a Houston police dog on Monday.

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Corps decreasing water flowing into lower Missouri RiverThe amount of water being released into the Missouri River from a dam on the Nebraska-South Dakota border is being decreased because less water is expected to flow into the river this year, so the risk of a repeat of last year’s massive flooding along the river has been reduced, officials said Tuesday.

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Trump urges Missouri Gov. Mike Parson not to rename St. LouisSt. Louis, a former industrial hub on the Mississippi River, is named for French King Louis IX, who died in 1270 while on a crusade.

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We take a look at National Blackout Day and what it meansFlake says she hopes it makes a difference. "I do think it's very important just to show solidarity and also to be able to measure a little bit of what the economic impact of Black spending has, I do think it's a loud message, I'm interested to see if we're able to really tell by spending numbers the difference."

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Gateway Arch National Park Delays Phase II Visitor AccessFollowing guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , and state and local public health authorities, Gateway Arch National Park will delay Phase II access originally scheduled to begin Wednesday, July 8 due to an increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases in the State of Missouri.

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Unemployed Kansans continue to wait for benefits, answers from KDOLGeniesse said it's frustrating not to receive assistance he qualifies for when he has paid the state property and sales taxes for years.

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New Missouri rule opens up absentee voting to vulnerable communitiesJOPLIN, Mo. — The Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft was in Joplin to explain the new rules.

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Joplin Business hosts breakfast for first respondersJOPLIN, Mo. — Around 150 police and fire fighters showed up to get some food from Clark's Cuisine, and enjoy a performance from Missouri Southern's color guard.

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Overland Park to fund Crisis Intervention Training for all police officersWith that goal in mind, Overland Park City Manager Bill Ebel has decided to fund Crisis Intervention Training, or CIT, for all of the city's 258 sworn officers.

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Barton County Sheriff working to put tax question before voters for new jailThe Barton County Sheriff is working to get a new tax before voters in November, with the goal of building a new jail and retaining more employees.

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Weather at 6 pmLatest updated blog - Better t-storm chances lining up - Nick.

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Missouri tightens rules on unemployment claimsThe department's "work search" requirement ended on Monday, after being waived during the record unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Missouri trucking company owner pleads guilty to tax evasionA Jefferson City, Missouri. trucking company owner faces up to five years in prison without parole for failing to pay taxes on more than $600,000 in income over three years.

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Few t-storms possible again WednesdayAn upper-level wave will start to develop and head our way late Wednesday and into Thursday with a better shot for widespread t-storms coming in along with it.

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Missouri Valley Conference: Doug Elgin on 2020-21 season amid COVID-19Missouri Valley Conference commish on 2020-21 athletics: 'We'll see what the virus dictates'

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Missouri summer camp virus outbreak raises safety questionsMissouri leaders knew the risk of convening thousands of kids at summer camps across the state during a pandemic, the state's top health official said, and insisted that camp organizers have plans in place to keep an outbreak from happening.

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Missouri State basketball: Dana Ford talks Gaige Prim, Isiaih MosleyThe storylines going into Dana Ford's third season as Missouri State's head men's basketball coach were supposed to be about the seven newcomers and building pressure for him to succeed.

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Decreased water flows into Missouri River lessens flooding chanceThe amount of water being released into the Missouri River from a dam on the Nebraska-South Dakota border is being decreased because less water is expected to flow into the river this year.

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Lawrence tech school offers free classes to residents affected by COVID-19The Dwayne Peaslee Technical Training Center in Lawrence is offering free classes to Douglas County residents who lost their job due to COVID-19.

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Jackson County business accused of operating illegally infuriates neighborThe Claflins believe their investment is depreciating because of what is now occurring feet away from their house.

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Ashcroft spreads awareness of voting methodsSecretary of State Jay Ashcroft stopped by Jefferson City Memorial Airport Tuesday afternoon as part of a series of press events to spread awareness of the new voting options recently signed into law by the governor.

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RSO sentenced for impregnating teen he met through mobile game33-year-old Victor Alfonso Vasquez of Carthage, Missouri is a registered sex offender who had prior convictions for statutory rape.

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Yust attorney accuses police officer of poisoning witness testimonyEvidence issues are slowing down murder suspect Kylr Yust's trial again. This time it involves a police officer accused of inappropriate relations with witnesses.

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Gravois Mills man killed in car crash Tuesday afternoon6 hours 32 minutes 51 seconds ago Tuesday, July 07 2020 Jul 7, 2020 Tuesday, July 07, 2020 10:37:00 PM CDT July 07, 2020 in News.

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14 student-athletes test positive for COVID-19 at Shawnee Mission EastAt least 14 student-athletes in summer workout programs have tested positive for COVID-19 at Shawnee Mission East High School, according to a district spokesperson.

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Missouri summer camp virus outbreak raises safety questionsSome states, like Oregon, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, closed summer camps this year, and many camps elsewhere have voluntarily canceled programs.

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There Are Currently 18 Active Cases Of Covid-19 In Lafayette CountyOnly one new case of COVID-19 has been reported in Lafayette County on Tuesday. Lafayette County Health Department has a confirmed total of 101 cases of the virus in the county.

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Mask misconceptions lead Kansas City man to do his own scientific studiesA Kansas City, Missouri, man is doing his own research after coming across false information on social media.

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Gov. Laura Kelly creates foster care report card by executive orderKansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced June 1 that she vetoed House Bill 2510, citing the looming budget shortfall caused by COVID-19.

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Missouri Governor signs bill to increase penalties for repeat violent offendersSenate bill 600 stiffens penalties for repeat violent offenders, crimes involving guns, and gang-related crime.

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Missouri officials cite reporting delay as virus case spikeMissouri on Tuesday reported the state's highest daily increase in confirmed cases of the coronavirus, which health officials said is partly due to delayed reporting because of the holiday weekend.

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Thousands Of Missouri, Kansas Businesses Received $1 Million Or More In Federal Coronavirus LoansFederal money kept 1.5 million people on the payroll in Kansas and Missouri, but the types of businesses that received the loans varied widely.

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Few t-storms around for the afternoonOur heat and humidity back in play on this Tuesday afternoon has sparked a few t-storms across southwestern Missouri.

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EmVP: Music therapists spread joy with sidewalk chalkShe drew those lyrics with chalk as part of the Rock On Project. It's a project started by the Giving Song LLC, a local music therapy organization.

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CPS students react to in-person classesColumbia Public School District gave parents and students the option of attending in-person classes, or attending online classes in the fall.

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TRACER reports theft of 1999 Freightliner in MissouriA TRACER Alert has been issued for a blue 1999 Freightliner Classic reported stolen in Sullivan, Mo., and last traced to a Walmart in Hamilton, Ala.

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Missouri unemployment requirements reinstatedTwo people are charged with a hate crime for vandalizing Black Lives Matter mural.

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Tropical UpdateOur Tropical Update on this July 7th of 2020 shows an active Eastern Pacific and one wave we're still watching in the Southeastern US.

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Missouri man charged with punching Houston police dogDuring a wild takedown caught on camera, a Missouri man is accused of punching a Houston police dog on Monday.

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Mississippi troopers find kidnapping victims at traffic stopCORINTH, Miss. — A Missouri man suspected in a Tennessee kidnapping was found during a traffic stop in Mississippi.

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Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath designs a modern and spa-like bathroom for a historic Clayton residenceAt the homeowners' request, Karr Bick added a wet area at the far end of the room, with a full-size soaking tub and dual showerheads.

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Man dies in Cherokee County, tested positive for COVID-19"Helping to ensure the health of our community is the daily mission of the Cherokee County Health Department and our entire team extends our deepest sympathy to the family during this time of loss," stated Cherokee County Health Department Administrator Betha Elliott.

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Man arrested related to Woodson County officer involved shootingKBI special agents arrest a man related to an officer involved shooting in southeast Kansas.

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TUESDAY UPDATES: Camden County reports second death related to COVID-19UPDATE 6:30 P.M. Camden County health officials reported another death related to COVID-19 on Tuesday.

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Missouri receives donation of PPE from Republic of KoreaMissouri received a shipment of 60,000 nitrile and latex gloves from its sister state of Jeollanamdo Province, Republic of Korea in June to assist in the response to COVID-19.

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St. Louis Cardinals cancel workouts due to COVID-19 test delayThe St. Louis Cardinals cancelled their workouts Monday at Busch Stadium because the players' COVID-19 test results were not yet available.

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The Arch's Tram Ride Reopening Has Been Postponed Due to CoronavirusThose itching to take a look at St. Louis from atop the city's most well-known landmark are going to have to keep waiting.

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GDP decreased by 5% in the first quarter of 2020The Gross Domestic Product decreased by 5% in the first quarter of 2020, data released by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis shows.

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Missouri Supreme Court Will Hear Northland Doctor's Case Over Revoked LicenseThe Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts suspended Dr. Blake Henry Donaldson's license after finding he had sex with a minor patient.

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HopCat, TikiCat close after failed lease negotiationsPopular Westport bars TikiCat and HopCat are closing due to a dispute with the landlord.

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Mr. Food: Lemon Refrigerator BitesSometimes you want something sweet that doesn't weigh you down and these Lemon Refrigerator Bites are just the trick!

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Blue Springs police dispatcher accused of misuse of informationA dispatcher with the Blue Springs Police Department allegedly used a state system to search for records for a neighbor she had been feuding with, according to prosecutors and court records.

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State of Missouri receives donation of PPE from Korea to aid in COVID-19 responseMissouri received a shipment of 60,000 nitrile and latex gloves from its sister state of Jeollanamdo Province, Republic of Korea in June to assist in the response to COVID-19.

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Ronald L. Roberts appointed to Normandy Joint Executive Governing BoardThe Missouri State Board of Education appointed Ronald L. Roberts to the Joint Executive Governing Board for the Normandy Schools Collaborative, which serves nearly 3,300 students.

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MSHP troopers on scene of deadly Cass County crash after pursuitMissouri State Highway Patrol troopers are investigating a deadly crash after a pursuit in Cass County, Missouri.

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Missouri reports highest daily COVID-19 case total; Arkansas reports drop in casesHere's a breakdown of cases in both Arkansas, Missouri and the Ozarks. Provided by Springfield.

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Missouri state mourns namesake of Multicultural Resource Center AnnexIn 1950, as the salutatorian of her graduating class at Lincoln High School, Mary Jean Price-Walls applied to be admitted to what is now Missouri State University.

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New Jersey adds Kansas to quarantine advisoryPhil Murphy said Tuesday visitors from three more states must quarantine for two weeks under an advisory aimed at travelers from COVID-19 hotspots.

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Mandatory mask order exceptions cause controversyExceptions to the mandatory mask order in Kansas City have caused some controversy, The Kansas City Star reports.

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Oklahoma reports 434 new confirmed coronavirus casesOklahoma health officials are reporting 434 new confirmed coronavirus cases and four additional deaths.

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Missouri to use $50 million in CARES funding to improve internet connectivityThis improvement centers around providing better accessibility to telehealth and educational resources. The Missouri Department of Economic Development shows that roughly 300,000 h.

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Columbia business owners react to mask ordinanceSome business owners were happy about the ordinance, some were already enforcing masks and others are upset about the ordinance.

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Justin Boots factories closing in southwest MissouriTwo of the largest manufacturers in southwest Missouri's Cassville and Carthage are closing. The Justin Boots factories are closing there - putting a total of nearly 300 workers out of jobs.

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DESE changes attendance standards due to COVID-19Missouri's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Board of Education approved a rule change to revise attendance-counting standards for the upcoming school year Tuesday.

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Tuesday Afternoon PlannerHot and humid this afternoon, but now that we're a week into July we're used to that theme as everyday has cruised past 90.

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St. Louis' cultural institutions make plans to reopen amid COVID-19The Saint Louis Zoo and Missouri Botanical Garden plan to reopen mid-June with restrictions.

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2011 Braggin' Rights, "Project Run Play" UpdateI continue my series on 2011-12 Tiger basketball with the Illinois game. Plus, no new Mizzou uniform combinations this fall?

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Low pressure in Southeast could develop later into tropical stormAn area of low pressure located inland over northeastern Georgia is producing a large area of showers and heavy rain over portions of the southeastern U.S. The low is expected to move generally northeastward toward the coast of the Carolinas and the mid-Atlantic states and some development of this system is possible later this week if it moves...

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Severe Thunderstorms in the Northern PlainsSevere thunderstorms capable of intense damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes are expected from central Montana eastward across the northern Plains and into Minnesota this afternoon into tonight.

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Some KC districts moving forward with outdoor graduation plansSome Kansas City metro school districts on both sides of the state line still plan to have outdoor graduations, despite rising COVID-19 numbers.

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Missing Baraboo girl found deadThe 10-year-old Baraboo girl who was the subject of a statewide AMBER Alert has been found dead, police tell our sister station WMTV-TV in Madison.

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Missouri officials cite reporting delay as virus case spikeMissouri on Tuesday reported the state's highest daily increase in confirmed cases of the coronavirus, which health officials said is partly due to delayed reporting because of the holiday weekend.

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Ex-KCPD officer to serve 4 months in jail, 3 years probation for deadly 2018 crashA former Kansas City, Missouri, police officer will serve four months in jail and three years of probation after a deadly crash in 2018.

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Black and Veatch finds ways to evolve during pandemicBlack and Veatch CEO Steven Edwards said, "Our strategy is to be the most innovative and rapidly evolving company in our space."

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UPDATE: Southwest Missouri camp closes one of its locations as positive COVID-19 cases soarBY ANDREA KLICK A Christian summer camp near Branson closed one of its sites after a recent coronavirus outbreak that affected campers, counselors and staff, the Stone County Health Monday.

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Missouri Minute: PPP loans come under scrutiny; Mahomes signs record extensionHello, MBA readers, The federal government has released details about beneficiaries of the Paycheck Protection Program, naming businesses that took loans of more than $150,000.

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Marine Corps says person shot self at California baseThe U.S. Marine Corps says it is investigating reports of an active shooter at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, California.

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Millie Ilene GrimaldiMildred Ilene Grimaldi 92, of Pittsburg, KS died 10:18am Saturday July 4, 2020 at the Carrington Place in Pittsburg, KS following an illness.

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Bobby D. MartinMartin, 83, of Miami, Oklahoma, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 29, 2020 at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut.

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Mid-Missouri couple raises $25,000 for Rainbow HouseAfter COVID-19 caused Rainbow House to cancel its biggest fundraiser of the year, a mid-Missouri couple took it upon themselves to raise more than $25,000.

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Marcia Louise AbbottGalena, KS: Marcia L.. Abbott, age 69 of Granby, MO, passed away on Saturday, July 4, 2020 at Landmark Hospital of Joplin, MO.

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Wallace "Jerry" ReynoldsOswego, Kansas: Wallace "Jerry" Reynolds, age 72, passed away Sunday July 5, 202 at his home with his family at his side.

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Blackout Day: movement urges shopping local at Black-owned businessesTuesday is #BlackOutDay2020, an economic protest calling on Black Americans to not spend a single cent.

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Robert "Bob" KingRobert "Bob" Earl King Jr. passed from this life on Saturday July 4, 2020 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, he was 70.

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CPS to discuss elementary attendance areas in focus groupsAccording to the press release, the goal of the meetings is to determine if there are attendance areas that may need to be readdressed because of population growth.

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Michael Allen MorganMichael, Allen Morgan, age 43, passed away in Pittsburg, Kansas, Saturday, July 4, 2020.

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Most CPS parents support in-person classes, survey saysMonday marked the deadline for parents to fill out a Columbia Public Schools survey asking whether families prefer in-person or online classes for the fall.

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Austin BarnesAustin James Barnes, 30, Bella Vista, AR passed away suddenly July 2, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Bella Vista, AR.

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Lucretia RumetschLucretia Y Rumetsch, 76, Seneca, MO passed into eternal rest July 4, 2020 at Carthage Health and Rehab after a long illness.

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Shirley May DarbyShirley May Darby, 80, of Purdy, MO, passed away on Sunday, July 5, 2020, while at the Roaring River Health and Rehab Center in Cassville, MO.

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Missouri one of seven states to receive grant to stop high-risk impaired drivingFor the sixth consecutive year, the Governors Highway Safety Association and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility are awarding grants to help states keep Americans safe from the most dangerous impaired drivers.

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19 KCPD officers test positive for COVID-19; chief expects moreKansas City, Missouri, Police Chief Rick Smith said Tuesday his department has not been immune to the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Kansas City.

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Missouri summer camp virus outbreak raises safety questionsSome states, like Oregon, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, closed summer camps this year, and many camps elsewhere have voluntarily canceled programs.

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Casting: Chicago, Illinois and Kansas City, MissouriCommercials will be edited for social spots for Helzberg Diamonds and will feature Patrick Mahomes interacting with the talent as he encourages them to propose/buy a gift/etc.

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Nancy M. VonierNancy May. Vonier, age 66, of Joplin, passed away on Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin.

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Kansas City Symphony, Ballet won't perform at Kauffman Center for rest of yearThe Kansas City Ballet and Kansas City Symphony are among those that have canceled or postponed all remaining performances in 2020 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.

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Missouri State remembers Mary Jean WallsMissouri State awarded her an honorary bachelor's degree, and the Multicultural Resource Center Annex was named in her honor.

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Jefferson City business owner pleads guilty to tax evasionPhegley is subject to a sentence of up to five years in federal prison without parole.

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Darryln Jo EvansDarryln ‘Jo' Evans, age 81, Joplin, passed away on Monday, June 29, 2020 at Spring River Christian Village.

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Registration for controlled hunts still open with the Grand River Dam AuthorityThe hunts are on the GRDA property in Ottawa County. Registration can be done online and is open through July 31st.

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Donna LaVaughn LearLear, formerly of Sheldon, Mo., 77, passed away in her sleep at her residence near Washington, D.C., after a courageous battle with cancer on March 26, 2020.

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Kansans traveling to New York must complete 14-day quarantineKansas' growing number of COVID-19 cases might start to impact travel.

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FBI sees a spike in fraudulent unemployment insurance claimsThe fraudulent claims come amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and involve the use of stolen identities.

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BirthdaysRegistration for controlled hunts still open with the Grand River Dam Authority.

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Right Lane Closure Scheduled for Southbound MO Route 7 at South Ave. Beginning July 8The Missouri Department of Transportation will CLOSE the right lane of southbound MO Route 7 at South Ave.

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Kansas City remains focused on landing 2026 World Cup bidThe Kansas City Sports Commission is using down time during the coronavirus pandemic to strengthen the city's bid to host 2026 World Cup soccer matches.

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Railroad Maintenance Will Temporarily Close Route A in Clark CountyHannibal - Weather permitting, Burlington Northern Sante Fe. Railroad will close the following crossing to make repairs.

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Two cases of bubonic plague prompt crack down on marmot huntingTwo cases of the plague were recorded in the Khovd province in western Mongolia, reported Russian state media agency TASS on Tuesday.

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Doctors say experimental treatment may have rid man of HIVA Brazilian man infected with the AIDS virus has shown no sign of it for more than a year since he stopped HIV medicines after an intense experimental drug therapy aimed at purging hidden, dormant virus from his body, doctors reported Tuesday.

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Louie'sLocated in Demun, along an assortment of shops and restaurants across from Concordia Seminary is Louie's.

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2020 Missouri Football Opponent Previews: Kentucky WildcatsIt doesn't make the more rabid corners of the fans shut up - far from it - but it lays out reasonable expectations for a middle-of-the-pack program in an elite football conference and lets the coaching staff do what it has to do to hit those reasonable goals.

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St. Louis hardware shops are seeing record sales despite shorter hours"A lot of people want to get outside, so they're doing their gardens and having their best yard ever," one owner says.

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Chanute woman arrested for sex crimes against a minorPolice responded to the Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center for a crime involving a child victim on July 2nd.

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Missouri health department to administer 1,500 free COVID-19 tests"We are helping coordinate with the Cole County Health Department and our good friends at the Missouri National Guard doing 1,500 tests over three days as part of our continuing community surveys that Governor Parson started," Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services director Dr. Randall Williams said.

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How St. Louis breweries and restaurants are supporting organizations working toward racial equityLocal breweries have joined the Black is Beautiful effort to raise money and awareness, while many dining establishments are providing support to nonprofits in other ways.

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Where are masks required in Missouri?As the number of coronavirus cases in Missouri climbs, multiple cities and counties have begun implementing or considering a mask mandate.

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Local businesses close after COVID-19 casesLocal businesses have shut down after staff and customers tested positive.

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Columbia to suspend curbside recycling pickup indefinitelyCity officials announced Tuesday they will suspend curbside recycling pickup indefinitely, effective July 8.

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Texas/St. Louis 2019The Cardinals managed to lose again on the Saturday so the Sunday game was an absolute must win if they wanted to win their division.

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Ameren in process of upgrading 1.2 million electric meters throughout MissouriShutterstockAs part of its Smart Energy Plan, Ameren Missouri began installing upgrades for 1.2 million electric meters and 130,000 gas modules throughout the state last week.

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City of Columbia releases mask ordinanceAfter the Columbia City Council voted to approve a mandatory face mask order Monday night, the City of Columbia released the finalized ordinance.

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Unemployment declines across most Missouri metros from April to MayUnemployment rates were higher in May than a year earlier in all 389 metro areas across the U.S. as the COVID-19 pandemic continued its toll on labor markets, according to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report.

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Pro athletes need to stay out of bars if we're going to see sports this summerThanks for listening and please subscribe to the Bill Pollock Show podcast on Apple. The Bill Pollock Show · 7-7-20 Bill Pollock Show.

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MoDOT to close Jefferson under I-44 this weekend.ST. LOUIS - Drivers who plan to use Jefferson near Interstate 44 this weekend will need to find alternate routes as MoDOT will close the roadway under the interstate to remove the westbound bridge over Jefferson.

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PACE Funding Group expands innovative energy efficiency finance offering into State of Missouri with the Missouri Clean Energy DistrictLOS GATOS, Calif., July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - PACE Funding Group expanded its geographical footprint into the State of Missouri through a partnership with the Missouri Clean Energy District bringing cost-saving financial options for upgrades to Missouri property owners in 95 Cities.

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They're still hereEarly this morning in west central Missouri.

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Old World meets open and airy in this renovated Frontenac kitchenThat included the original kitchen, which felt dark and heavy. Studebaker removed the existing cabinetry, reconfigured the layout, and designed cabinets to resemble furniture, concealing the refrigerator and freezer behind wooden doors painted a soft, creamy flax color.

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Want to be a conservation agent? MDC taking applications for next agent training academyWant to know more about the work of conservation agents? Watch these videos from MDC Conservation Agent Matt Smith at and MDC Conservation Agent Lexis Riter at.

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Cardinals and Royals will meet six times during their 60-game schedulesCardinals 60-Game Regular Season Schedule Unveiled — The Cardinals 60-game regular-season schedule is set. St. Louis opens the season by hosting the Pirates at Busch Stadium on July 24th at 7:15 p.m.

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BREAKING OVERNIGHT: Divided Missouri City City Council votes to hire Odis Jones as city managerIn a 4-2 vote just after midnight July 7, the Missouri City City Council decided to hire Odis Jones as the city's next city manager.

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Divided Missouri City City Council votes to hire Odis Jones as city managerIn a 4-2 vote just after midnight July 7, the Missouri City City Council decided to hire Odis Jones as the city's next city manager.

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Cardinals cancel practice over delayed coronavirus testingAn unexpected delay is COVID-19 test results is being blamed for the Cardinals canceling their workouts yesterday at Busch Stadium.

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Mizzou baseball and softball eligible for postseason in 2021Mizzou athletics received confirmation late last week from the NCAA that baseball and softball are eligible for postseason next year.

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Latest from the Greater Clinton-Area C of CJuly 2020 Monthly News and Updates Stay up-to-date with what's going on in Clinton, MO with our monthly newsletters.

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Missouri mailbag: Is signing a top-25 recruiting class realistic?This edition also covers a breakout candidate, a path to the SEC title and what first-year coach Eliah Drinkwitz's previous offenses reveal.

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KC group sounds alarm on spike in traffic fatalitiesAs Missouri and Kansas City see the number of traffic fatalities rise, groups like BikeWalk KC continue to push for solutions, such as more complete streets and ways to reduce speed.

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The Missouri Senate Minute for July 7: Broadband ImprovementsA new Missouri law will help continue broadband upgrades in rural parts of our state.

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Remembering Charlie Gitto, the 'Mayor of Sixth Street'Charlie Gitto Sr. loved to tell the story about how he became enraptured by the restaurant business.

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Sharon Harter Lost Her Dream Job And Discovered a Better WayToward the beginning of this year, Sharon Harter felt like she was in her groove.

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Locally owned CBD retailer Serenity Organics opens in Missouri CityThe store carries a wide variety of products containing cannabidiol, including oils, gummies, teas and soaps.

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KC schedule features Matheny's return to STLKANSAS CITY — The Royals will get to know in a hurry perhaps how much improvement they have made since back-to-back seasons with over 100 losses.

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Parson signs bill addressing violent crime in MissouriSB 600 modifies and creates several provisions relating to dangerous felonies, including offenses of conspiracy, unlawful possession of firearms, criminal street gangs, and vehicle hijacking.

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7 Best CBD Capsules and Edibles in 2020Did you know getting the perfect amount of CBD can be as easy as taking your daily vitamin or eating a tasty snack?

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Four timeshare exit companies face Missouri lawsuitThe state of Missouri has sued four timeshare exit companies for allegedly deceiving consumers into paying money for terminating timeshare interests.

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County's Total Number Of Positive Covid-19 Cases Hits Triple DigitsAccording to a release from Lafayette County Health Department Administrator Tom Emmerson, the department has confirmed a total of 100 cases in the county.

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News from the MissourinetMissouri's governor to call special legislative session about violent crime July 6, 2020 By Brian Hauswirth Missouri's governor confirms he plans to call a special session later this year, to address violent crime in the state.

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Mid-Missouri couple raises $25,000 for Rainbow HouseAfter COVID-19 caused Rainbow House to cancel its biggest fundraiser of the year, a mid-Missouri couple took it upon themselves to raise more than $25,000.

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Live blog: SMSD plans to send draft plan to parents this weekThe novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to spread across the world, and in Missouri and Kansas.

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State of Missouri receives donation of PPE from Republic of Korea to aid in COVID-19 responseMissouri received a shipment of 60,000 nitrile and latex gloves from its sister state of Jeollanamdo Province, Republic of Korea in June to assist in the response to COVID-19.

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Here's the best way to take care of your mental health during the pandemicEditor's note: Vivek H. Murthy served as the 19th Surgeon General of the United States and is the author of New York Times bestseller Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World.

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Missouri man pleads guilty to sexual exploitation of a minor; faces 15-years in prisonA Gainesville, Missouri, man pleaded guilty in federal court to coercing and enticing a teenage victim to engage in illicit sexual activity.

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

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Tuesday COVID-19 Coverage: MU Health Care reports high testing numbersAs COVID-19 continues to spread, KOMU 8 will continue to update you about impacts in the community.

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Cole County Free testing event hosted by Missouri National GuardThe difference with this testing event is that it's run by department of health and senior services along with the Missouri National Guard," Cole County's Communicable disease coordinator Chezney Schulte, "It does not require any physicians order.

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MSHP Reports Five Traffic Fatalities, Zero Boating Fatalities, and One Drowning Over July Fourth Holiday Counting PeriodThe Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the following 2020 July Fourth holiday statistics: 2020 July Fourth Holiday Traffic Statistics Troopers worked 294 traffic crashes, which included 107 injuries and all five fatalities.

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Ronald L. Roberts Appointed to Normandy Joint Executive Governing BoardThe Missouri State Board of Education appointed Ronald L. Roberts to the Joint Executive Governing Board for the Normandy Schools Collaborative, which serves nearly 3,300 students.

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Jeremiah Tilmon planning to return for his senior seasonMizzou basketball standout Jeremiah Tilmon tells me he has until August 3 to make his final decision on whether or not to return for his senior season, but it sounds like he's coming back.

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Live blog: Missouri receives PPE donation from South KoreaThe novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to spread across the world, and in Missouri and Kansas.

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Missouri Attorney General Files Suit Against Timeshare Exit CompaniesBy AG Schmitt Today, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that his office has filed a lawsuit against Brian Scroggs and the following timeshare exit companies under his control: Vacation Consulting Services LLC, VCS Communications, LLC, The.

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MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: Jackson Street at U.S. Route 160 In Willard CLOSEDWhat: Jackson Street north of U.S. Route 160 CLOSED in Willard When: Starting Wednesday, July 8, and lasting up to 30 days.

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Protesters advocate for police reform, in the streets and in council chambersLynn Maloney admonished the Columbia Police Officers Association, calling it an "explicitly racist institution." She said the mission of the CPOA forces officers to focus more on arresting people rather than adhering to the ideals of community policing, such as forming relationships.

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Hartmann: Sam Page Isn't HelpingWith friends like St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, the Black community in the county doesn't need enemies.

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Black bear spotted in Iowa in June has been tranquilized in MissouriThe black bear that captured the attention of Iowans in mid-June when it traveled through the eastern part of the state has been found and tranquilized in Missouri.

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Wilson's Creek National BattlefieldEarly in the Civil War control of the state of Missouri hung in the balance.

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'Bruno' The Black Bear Tranquilized In Missouri, Moved To Safe LocationMissouri Department of Conservation agents found Bruno early Sunday within the city limits of Wentzville where he "cornered himself" north of Interstate 70 and near Interstate 40/61.

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Pandemic pains in first quarter fuel farmers' longer-term concernsWith falling prices and lower incomes, farmers across the Federal Reserve Bank's 10th District felt the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic during the first quarter, according to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

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Missouri's Craft DistilleriesThe banned bootleg spirits of the day didn't exactly go down smoothly. Using industrial denatured alcohol, which had to be cleaned of toxic chemicals, some moonshiners mixed in creosote for a scotch flavor, dead rats for bourbon, or juniper oil for gin, according to Drink: A Cultural History of Alcohol.

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July 7, 1879Missouri lost a great treasure on this day. Artist George Caleb Bingham died in Kansas City.

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Big Momma's Coffee and Espresso BarLater, an old segment returns, and an esteemed doctor stops by to give us some important advice.

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Missouri's governor to call special legislative session about violent crimeMissouri's governor confirms he plans to call a special session later this year, to address violent crime in the state.

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Local Roundup: Two Columbia golfers with top-15 finishes at 2020 Missouri Amateur ChampionshipColumbia's Michelle Butler, last year's Amateur champion, shot a 1-over par 74 and sits in 11th place.

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Monday Updates: Mid-missouri Counties Gain New Covid-19 CasesCheck back for updates on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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As Missouri's COVID-19 cases rise, health departments grapple with contact tracing burdensFour months since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Missouri, city and county health departments in the state are working to expand contact tracing plans.

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COVID-19 Missouri: Hospitalizations slowly increase as cases surgeArea hospitals are already seeing increases in patients as coronavirus cases surge in the far southwest corner of the state, but so far, the numbers are manageable.

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Midtown road improvements, delayed nearly 1 year, have begunRoad improvements in the Midtown area of Kansas City, Missouri, had been delayed for nearly one year.

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Missouri's governor signs major crime legislation into lawSweeping legislation aimed at cracking down on violent crime was signed into law late Monday afternoon by Missouri's governor in Jefferson City.

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Local fans react to Mahomes' record-setting contractThe Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a 10 year contract extension with quarterback Patrick Mahomes, keeping him in Kansas City through at least 2031.

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Rani the elephant gives birth to male calf at Saint Louis ZooThe baby, who has yet to be named, and his mother are bonding out of public view.

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Bruno the bear tranquilized, moved to safety by Missouri officialsBruno's search for a mate takes a detour. The black bear was tranquilized, moved to safe location after he 'cornered himself' in Missouri.

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St. Louis 4-Year-Old Thought Dead Is Still Alive After Shooting, Police SayA four-year-old boy reported dead this afternoon is still alive, St. Louis police say. The child, Michael Goodwin III, is believed to have been hit...

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City of Parsons to vote on mandatory mask ordinanceParsons city leaders tonight are set to vote on their own ordinance requiring masks.

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Missouri conservation officials move 'Bruno' to 'suitable habitat'A roaming black bear nicknamed "Bruno," who became a social media star after his journey from Wisconsin to Missouri, was sedated and transported away from suburban St. Louis "to a suitable habitat," according to the Missouri Department of Conservation.

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Diamond School District begins summer school, takes precautions against COVID-19Students and staff are adjusting to school in the midst of a pandemic, learning how to make the most of these unprecedented times.

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Missouri Farm Bureau president hopeful for future under new trade agreementYour source for local news, sports, high school sports and weather in and around Fulton, Columbia, and Westminister.

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The City of Joplin considers purchasing masks for every residentAs for distribution, Mayor Stanley says they're looking into several avenues. "I think it's going to be a multi-faceted distribution where it might be leaning into the not-for-profits, it might be leaning into the businesses that might have a lot of patrons that will come through, but trying to make sure all where they're needed are getting into...

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Columbia City Council passes mandatory mask ordinanceThe 6-1 vote requires that Columbia citizens wear masks in public.

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Bamboo face masks made in Cleveland, MO, boost rural economy, possibly save lives.Green Resources in Cleveland, Missouri, is making face masks with carbon extracted from bamboo plants also grown in the town.

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Missouri governor signs bill to increase prison sentencesMissouri Gov. Mike Parson is signing a bill to ramp up penalties for gun crimes, second-degree murder and gang crimes.

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Missouri Department of Health explains why numbers on daily COVID-19 graph changes regularlyThe Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services says there is a reason why the amount of cases listed for specific days often changes on it's graph.

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Justin Boots announces closures in Cassville, CarthageJustin Boots announces closures to two of its factories in southwest Missouri. The company released the following to social media on July 6, 2020.

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Parson expands license reciprocity in MissouriGov. Mike Parson signed a pair of bills into law on Monday expanding license reciprocity and expanding funding for Missouri FIRST.

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These Missouri Companies Received The Largest Federal Paycheck Protection LoansThe U.S. Department of the Treasury on Monday released the names of businesses that received more than $150,000 in federal loans through the Paycheck Protection Program.

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Missouri COVID-19 relief funds to address K-12 education challengesMissouri will use $55 million from the state's Coronavirus Relief Fund to expand educational opportunities for students and address two key challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has presented for K-12 education.

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Galloway brings in $1.1M in Q2 fundraising with no in-person events, campaign saysIn her quest for governor, Auditor Nicole Galloway hauled in more than $1.1 million in the last quarter with no in-person fundraisers amid the global health crisis, her campaign said Monday.

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Road Work In Sedalia To Take Place WednesdayPettis County Highway Department crews will be chip sealing McVey Road between Route M and Route U of Sedalia on Wednesday.

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Raytown library closes after staff member tests positive for COVID-19The Raytown branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library will be closed until further notice after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

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Record COVID-19 spike prompts warning from Kansas governorKansas set a new record Monday for its worst two-week spike in reported coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, prompting its Democratic governor to issue a stern public warning meant to push the public and local officials in her red state into accepting masks in public as necessary.

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Kansans yet to see changes within Department of LaborKansans tell 41 Action News they have yet to see positive changes within the Department of Labor after Gov.

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State Coronavirus Relief Funds to address K-12 education challengesMissouri will use $55 million from the state's Coronavirus Relief Fund to address student connectivity and learning loss from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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KCPD chief says 'perfect storm' led to spike in KCMO homicidesSeveral other cities also seeing rise in homicides.

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MO Gov. Parson urges leaders to 'get behind law enforcement'Now is the time to "stand up and support" law enforcement, according to Missouri Gov.

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Missouri governor signs bill to increase prison sentencesCOLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Monday announced he's signing a contested bill that will ramp up penalties for gun crimes, second-degree murder and gang crimes.

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Premier Retirement Plan Advisors acquires Missouri adviser firmPremier Retirement Plan Advisors, a West Des Moines investment adviser firm, has acquired the financial advisory business of R.

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Missouri State, OTC Announce Back To School PlansMissouri State and OTC have announced their plans for the return of in-person classes with the fall semester begins next month.

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Missouri K-12 education receives roughly $55M of CARES Act fundingRoughly $55 million of federal CARES Act funding will be allocated toward education in Missouri.

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Parson signs major crime bill after visiting injured officer's familyGov. Mike Parson said he will sign Missouri's controversial crime reform bill, SB 600, into law after visitng the family of an injured police officer.

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COVID-19 pandemic forces changes to way people vacationDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the nation are trying to figure out how to go on vacation without contracting the virus.

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Campaign Finance: It's not like you were expecting anything elseToday at the Missouri Ethics Commission for the opposition to Medicaid expansion which is on the August primary ballot in Missouri: 201344 07/06/2020 No on 2 in August Pelopidas, LLC 1034 S.

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Mahomes and Chiefs agree to record extensionThe Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes have agreed to a 10-year contract extension.

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Community comes together for vigil after double homicideColumbia police have arrested a 16 year old boy in connection.

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Missouri wide receiver enters the transfer portalKhmari Thompson did not have any receptions for the Tigers in his first two seasons.

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Isolated t-Storms continue this afternoonFor the rest of our Monday afternoon and early Monday evening, the heat and humidity will keep some isolated t-storms around for a few spots across the area.

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Gov. Laura Kelly: 'Kansas is at a make it or break it moment'Laura Kelly urged Kansans to wear face coverings at a Monday news conference, saying the state is at a turning point depending on its residents' actions.

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Top Missouri Democrat stepping away from state party dutiesThe Missouri Democratic Party's chairwoman is stepping aside until at least September. Jean Peters Baker announced this week that she's stepping back from her state party duties because of recent developments in her job as Jackson County prosecutor, The Kansas City Star reported.

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Car Wash ForecastLooking at the car wash forecast over the next 3 days, the main focus will be on rain chances to keep an eye on.

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Hundreds of Thousands Gather in Missouri to Party Over Holiday Weekend amid PandemicViral video showed large crowds of people crammed together at a Lake of the Ozarks bar, despite the fact that coronavirus cases are on the rise in the area.

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Missouri State shares Return To Campus guide, developing policies for face masksMissouri State University has announced plans and preparations for returning to in-person classes for the Fall 2020 semester.

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Man arrested in deadly Missouri shooting after standoffMissouri State Highway Patrol Sgt. Jake Angle said the the Atchison County Sheriff's Office responded around 9:30 a.m.

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How a Recent College Grad Started Her Business, Rem and Company, during CoronavirusIn April 2020, as Camryn Okere prepared to graduate college amid the coronavirus pandemic, she formed her business Rem and Company in St. Louis.

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Man arrested in deadly Missouri shooting after standoffFAIRFAX, Mo. — A man was arrested Monday in a deadly northwest Missouri shooting after standoff, authorities say.

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Judith F. LeeJudith Faye "Judy" Lee, 78, of Monett, MO, passed from this life on Monday, June 29, 2020 at Aurora Nursing Center in Aurora, MO.

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COVID-19 positivity rates are down in Missouri and Illinois, but not for everyoneThe percentage of COVID-19 tests coming back positive is substantially lower statewide for Missouri and Illinois, even as Missouri reported spikes in new daily cases over the past two weeks.

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LIVE: Missouri Gov. Mike Parson addresses COVID-19, state economyMike Parson will hold a press briefing to discuss the state's COVID-19 response and its economic recovery.

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So you want to create a picture-perfect kitchen and bath? Ask a professional photographer how to do itSt. Louis photographers Alise O'Brien, Carmen Troesser, and Megan Lorenz share how they create such beautiful spaces.

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Carrole "Sissy" PalmerEdith Carrole "Sissy" Palmer, 77, of Fair Haven, passed away on Friday, July 3, 2020 at Barnes-Jewish hospital in St. Louis.

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Remembering Bill Gianino, restaurant owner and mentorThe pioneer of the seven Gianino family restaurants was 69 when he died on June 26.

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Missouri AG files lawsuit against timeshare exit companies he said reneged on payment agreementsThe Missouri Attorney General is going after a man and his four timeshare exit companies he said backed out of payment agreements with customers.

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Missouri Senator Tells JeffCo to Avoid St. Louis, Really Sticking It to UsA state senator from Imperial has issued a "travel advisory", urging his Jefferson County constituents to stay out of St. Louis.

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Kansas newspaper owner apologizes for equating mask rule to HolocaustA Kansas county Republican Party chairman who owns a weekly newspaper has apologized for a cartoon posted on the paper's Facebook page that equated the Democratic governor's order for people to wear masks in public with the mass murder of Jews by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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Al GarverElvert "Al" E. Garver, 81, of Monett, MO, passed away on Saturday, July 4, 2020 while at the Bentonview Park Health and Rehab Center in Monett following a courageous battle over the last two years of ill health.

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Lisa Ann LothLisa Ann Loth, 55 of Pittsburg, KS died Thursday, July 2, 2020 at the Kansas City Hospice House.

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John Orbin Delmont Jr.John Orbin Delmont Jr., 84 of Columbus, KS passed from this life on Sunday morning, July 5, 2020 at his home with family at his side.

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REPORTS: Mahomes, Chiefs agree on 10-year extension through 2031According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Chiefs and QB Patrick Mahomes have agreed to a 10-year extension to keep him in Kansas City through the 2031 season.

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Department of Commerce and InsuranceThe Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance website has information on obtaining an industry license, filling out and filing industry forms, searching industry licensees as well as information for consumers.

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Missouri Department of Agriculture News ReleaseThe most recent news stories from the Missouri Department of Agriculture can be found on our News Releases page.

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South Dakota deputy drowns saving son in Missouri RiverHughes County Chief Deputy Lee Weber lost his life Friday, July 3, while saving his young son from the Missouri River, according to a post on the Hughes County Sheriff's Office Facebook page.

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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly gives update on rising COVID-19 case numbersThe governor also plans to address the importance of face masks, according to a news release from her office.

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Max Duane PyleMax Duane Pyle, 78, of rural El Dorado Springs passed away in his home, July 3, 2020, surrounded by loved ones following a courageous battle with cancer.

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Odren "Tuffy" Elden RiddleOdren "Tuffy" Riddle was born February 28,1927, on the old Rozell Place in Keesee township in a cabin in Marion County, Arkansas.

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