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Missouri Veteran's Homes COVID-19 deadly outbreak showed failures of leadership, planning and response, says scathing reportAn independent study of the deadly COVID-19 outbreak at Missouri Veterans Homes finds that "the MVC Headquarters and Home staff genuinely care for the Veterans, three major lapses contributed to the COVID-19 outbreak in the Homes this fall: failure to recognize and appreciate the problem at the first sign of an outbreak; failure to plan for the...

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Kansas to receive, distribute 150,000 vaccine doses by month's end, governor saysKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Wednesday said the state will receive 150,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of December.

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LIVE: Missouri Gov. Mike Parson addresses hospital capacityMike Parson will address on Wednesday hospital capacity throughout the state.

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Gus Gus Fun Bus Killer Sentenced to Twenty Years in Deadly CarjackingAn East St. Louis man who swiped a truck in 2018 during a violent confrontation and then ran over Gus Gus Fun Bus owner Mike Arnold has been sentenced to twenty years in federal prison.

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BirthdaysLearn how you can help local families in need this season.

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PSC orders feedback on coronavirus late paymentsJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s Public Service Commission ordered the state’s utilities to file timely suggestions on the recovery of past-due customer payments resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Dec. 2-3: The 4-states area could see a rain/snow mix tonightAny accumulations on grassy surfaces are expected to be very minor. The mix will switch back to rain on Thursday as we head into the upper 30's by noon, and lower 40's for the afternoon.

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Mark C. BrishirMark C. Bishir, 77, of Pittsburg, KS, passed away at 1:21 a.m. Wednesday, December 2, 2020, at his home in Pittsburg, Kansas.

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Northeast Kansas City community rallies around woman to help renovate homeThe northeast Kansas City community is rallying around Tina Farber to accomplish the dream of renovating her house in honor of her daughter.

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Miami passes resolution to help stop the spread of COVID-19Council passes a recommendation for residents and businesses within the City of Miami, Oklahoma to follow the CDC guidelines.

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Pet Spotlight: Harry the Beagle and Teething PuppiesAnytime Jasmine Kyle brings on a puppy, you know its going to be a good morning.

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Opinion: A pathway for Medicaid expansion implementation and reform"A proven concept, the Primary Care Health Home program captures all the elements we need for a successful Medicaid program."

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KCMO Health Department braces for busy December of testing, tracing"But we've not been able to expand the capacity to test because you don't want to have people quit a job to come and do something that then a month later, there's no funds for them."

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Claycomo police confirm deadly shooting overnight at Park, RandolphOne person was found shot to death early Wednesday morning in Claycomo. Officers with the Claycomo Police Department responded around 2:20 a.m.

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Missouri Minute: Senators propose $908 billion relief plan; Missouri tops 4,000 COVID-19 deathsHello, MBA readers, Against the backdrop of continued increases in COVID-19 cases across the country, a bipartisan group of senators on Tuesday presented plans for a new federal stimulus package.

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William Ray "Bill" EarlyFull obit to follow.

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Virginia Ann OldsCremation has taken place.

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The one true defender of the neo-confederate faithMeanwhile, today, from Senator Josh Hawley : Josh Hawley @HawleyMO The NDAA does NOT contain any reform to Section 230 but DOES contain Elizabeth Warren’s social engineering amendment t...

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John Meridith House Jr.Services will be set for a future date to be determined.

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Kansas City pitches in for Operation Holiday HelpYesterday's "Giving Tuesday" was made all the more important as Kansas Citians continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic.

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Frieda Jean LeerFrieda Jean Leer, 90, Nevada, MO passed away on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at Cox Medical Center in Springfield, MO.

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Carol Ann CarnahanCarnahan, 68, of Goodman, Missouri departed this life on Sunday, November 29 2020 at Freeman West Hospital in Joplin, MO.

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Parson appoints April S. Wilson as Clark County prosecuting attorneyMs. Wilson has served as the Special Prosecuting Attorney for Clark County since the Honorable Holly Conger-Koenig took office as an Associate Circuit Judge for the 1st Judicial Circuit, vacating the office of Clark County Prosecuting Attorney.

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Kansas offers free wasting disease testing on hunted deerEMPORIA, Kan. — Kansas wildlife officials are offering deer hunters in the state free testing for chronic wasting disease on the carcasses of deer they kill during the 2020-2021 deer hunting seasons.

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Shawnee mayor arrested, charged with perjuryShawnee Mayor Michelle Distler was arrested Wednesday and charged with one count of perjury, according to Johnson County court records.

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Campaign Finance: sowing the ground with saltToday at the Missouri Ethics Commission for the right wingnut PAC that propped up Governor Mike Parson : C180490 12/02/2020 Uniting Missouri PAC HUNTSMAN HOLDINGS LLC 2500 E KEARNEY SPRINGFIELD...

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PODCAST: Arkansas and a Familiar Face Come to ColumbiaNate is back WITH BK to preview Arkansas and Nate chats with the guys from Hoggin' the Mic about the Razorbacks.

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Mitchell Glen HenryMitchell Glen Henry, 66, passed away on Friday, November 27, 2020 at Medicalodges in Nevada from complications of COVID-19.

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Justin Scott SutcliffeMr. Justin Scott Sutcliffe, 40, of Anderson, Missouri, passed away on Monday evening, November 30, 2020.

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Billy Leon HicksBilly Leon Hicks, 79, of Joplin, passed away Sunday, November 29, 2020, at his home peacefully during his sleep with his doggie, Princess, by his side.

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Orville Junior YoungbloodOrville Junior Youngblood, age 72, of Stotts City, Missouri, passed away at 11:32 a.m. on Monday, November 30, 2020, at his home.

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Glenna Jo PruittMrs. Glenna "Jo" Pruitt, 86, of Bella Vista, Arkansas departed this life on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at her home in Bella Vista after an illness.

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CDC: Stay home for the holidays or get tested twice, shortens quarantineU.S. health officials say staying home for the upcoming winter holidays is the best way to stay safe and protect others.

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Linda Dorlene SwinneyLinda Dorlene Swinney, age 82, of Mt. Vernon, Missouri, passed away at 10:33 p.m. on Friday, November 27, 2020, at the Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri.

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Missouri State Highway Patrol unveils crime lab expansionJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri State Highway Patrol unveiled an expansion of its crime lab Wednesday, touting a new DNA testing facility and hopes for increased efficiency.Â.

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Missouri State Fair Youth In Agriculture Scholarship Applications Now AvailableThe Missouri State Fair and the Youth in Agriculture Committee are accepting applications for Youth in Agriculture scholarships for Missouri high school seniors graduating in 2021.

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Donnelly College former academic building, hospital to be demolished soonKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A 100-year-old building on the Donnelly College campus in Kansas City, Kansas, will be demolished in the next few weeks.

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America's Last Little Italy: The Hill Now Streaming For Free on PBSIf you missed the big television debut of America's Last Little Italy: The Hill the other day on PBS, you're in luck.

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St. Louis Restaurant Openings and Closings November 2020This month, as the virus surged and St. Louis County reinstated dining restrictions, the area's restaurant scene continued to hang on by its fingernails — a situation made even more difficult by the plunging temperatures, which have made dining outdoors an endurance sport.

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Mr. Food: Skillet Sausage 'n' CabbageWhat could be better on a cold winter night than a skillet supper bursting with the hearty flavors of smoked sausage and cabbage?

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KCMO Municipal Court moves to virtual hearings after positive testsKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City, Missouri, Municipal Court will transition to virtual hearings after two positive COVID-19 tests.

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Governor Parson Attends Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Mshp Crime Lab ExpansionGovernor Mike Parson attended a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, December 2, for an expansion of the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s main crime lab, which will increase DNA processing capabilities and efficiencies.

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Tuesday Morning PlannerTemperatures staying above the freezing point for Wednesday morning which is a key factor for the overnight wintry mix.

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Senate passes COVID-related supplemental budget amid local control talksA AThe Missouri Senate passed the $1.2 billion supplemental budget bill Wednesday, advancing it to the governor for final approval.

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SEC Basketball Preview: Alabama Crimson TidePreviewing the #4 team in the SEC, the Alabama Crimson Tide.

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US panel: 1st vaccines to health care workers, nursing homesAn influential government advisory panel says health care workers and nursing home residents should be at the front of the line when the first coronavirus vaccine shots become available.

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Meet the Sooner State's Socially Distant SantaIn Grove, Oklahoma, Christmas is sooner than you think. With boots, beard, and all, the big man is already gearing up to make sure he's ready on the big day.

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US tightens definition of service animals allowed on planesThe Transportation Department issued a final rule Wednesday that aims to settle years of tension between airlines and passengers who bring their pets on board for free by saying they need them for emotional support.

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KCPD activity closes streets, halts Streetcar downtownStreets in the area were closed to allow for an investigation and RideKC announced that it had shut down KC Streetcar service in the area as well.

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St. Louis County Council rejects ban on indoor diningThe council voted to overturn the restriction on indoor dining put on restaurants by County Executive Sam Page and Acting Director of the Department of Public Health Dr. Emily Doucette related to the COVID-19 pandemic.Â.

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14-year-old bicyclist hit by vehicle in Carl JunctionLearn how you can help local families in need this season.

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Galloway releases closeout report for Salt Lick Road TDDThe audit determineed the Board of Directors can move forward with abolishment of the Salt Lick Road taxing district.

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Kansas City COVID-19 Daily Briefing for Dec. 241 Action News is offering a daily recap of COVID-19 related stories from across Kansas City and the country.

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Scott Joplin House State Historic Site To Host Public Meeting SaturdayThe public is invited to attend a virtual informational meeting for Scott Joplin House State Historic Site at 1 p.m., Saturday, December 5.

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WEDNESDAY UPDATES: Nearly all of Mid-Missouri remains in COVID-19 'red zone'The strain has been seen in Mid-Missouri, too. Columbia, Jefferson City, Mexico and Moberly are all in the White House coronavirus task force's red zone.

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Charles F. HowardCharles F. Howard, 73, of Austin, Texas died there at 8:32 p.m., Sunday, November 29, 2020 after several years of failing health.

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Carol Jean GeorgeArol Jean. George, age 76, from Redfield, KS, passed away Monday, November 30, 2020, at Country Place Senior Living in Ft Scott, KS, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Marjorie Jean Jenkins-RoglerMarjorie Jean Jenkins Rogler, 86, of Carthage, MO passed away Tuesday, December 1, 2020, peacefully in her home surrounded by her loving family due to a massive stroke caused by COVID-19.

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Georgia Rose BeckerGeorgia was born December 27, 1922 to George Daniel Scholl and Goldie Jenny Brokaw Scholl at their home in Glen Elder Kansas.

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Evelyn Irene PhillipsMrs. Evelyn Irene Phillips, 86, of Joplin, Missouri, departed this life on Sunday, November 29, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri, after a recent decline in health.

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Donald R. GurneePierce City, MO - Donald R. Gurnee, age 81, a sheet metal worker, died Tuesday November 24, 2020 at Lacoba Homes in Monett, MO.

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Evelyn K. BakerCarthage, MO - Evelyn K. Baker, age 63, a hotel housekeeper, died Monday November 30, 2020 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, MO.

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Sponsor An Airman This Holiday Season And Ensure They Receive A Holiday MealThe Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee will be serving 560 Security Forces personnel for their Holiday Feast.

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Neighl RobertsonNeighl Robertson, a life-long resident of Howard, Kansas passed away unexpectedly on November 29, 2020 at the age of 76 at the Good Samaritan Society Nursing Home in Ellsworth, Kansas.

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David T. BakerDavid T. Baker age 78 of Chanute, passed away Sunday, November 29, 2020 at his home.

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Andy BabcockAndy Babcock of Chanute, KS passed away on Saturday, November 28, 2020 in Bartlesville, OK at Jane Phillips Medical Center.

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Ruby Isabelle NicholsonRuby Isabelle Nicholson of Grove, OK passed from this life Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at her home.

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Henry County Collector's Office is OpenThe Henry County Collectors Office, located inside the Henry County Courthouse, is open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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Nancy Marie BentleNancy Marie Bentle of Prairie Grove, AR passed from this life Saturday, November 28, 2020 at her home.

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Mizzou Football: Who's ahead in the SEC Coach of the Year race?As the season rounds into the home stretch, the SEC Coach of the Year race centers on three newcomers who've had results.

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Curtis Lee McKibbenCurtis Lee McKibben was born December 5, 1954 and passed on November 29, 2O2O at his home in Quapaw, Oklahoma.

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Henry County Route T CLOSED East of La Due, Dec. 9 for Pipe WorkWhere:Â Henry County Route T between Southwest County Road 441 and Southwest County Road 351 east of La Due When:Â 8 a.m.

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Clinton PD Arrest Report 12/1/2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryJonathan Noel McKinley, 34, of Clinton Missouri was arrested on a warrant-other jurisdiction-felony.

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Inez Maudyne BowmanInez Maudyne Bowman, 73, passed away on Thursday, November 26, 2020, after a brief stay at a Joplin, MO nursing home.

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Henry County Sheriff's Report 12/2/2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryDecember 1, 2020 0600 a.m. – December 2, 2020. 0642 Deputy Saulters patrolled SE 7 Highway 0720 Deputy Saulters conducted school zone traffic enforcement at Leesville School 0801 Deputy Saulters conducted a walk through at Leesville School.

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SFCC Health Science programs to promote Dec. 11 Gratitude EventThe Missouri Organization for Associate Degree Nursing has announced a statewide Gratitude Event on Dec.

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Jerry Neal LyonsJerry Neal Lyons 87, of Baxter Springs, KS passed from this life on Sunday, November 29, 2020 at Quaker Hill Nursing Home.

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Edward Alfred KershawColumbus, KS: Edward Alfred Kershaw passed away at his home on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 following an illness.

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Missouri Southern parting ways with head football coach Jeff SimsMissouri Southern is making a change in its leadership of the football program, relieving Jeff Sims of his head coaching duties.

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Kenneth Alan NadingKenneth Alan Nading Oswego, KS: Kenneth Alan Nading, age 65 of Oswego, passed away at 8:00 PM on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Pittsburg Care and Rehabilitation Center.

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The Henry County Library and Lenora Blackmore Branch is Now OpenThe Henry County Library and Lenora Blackmore branch is open to the public 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday in Clinton and in Windsor, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and 8:00 am-12:00 pm on Saturday.  Please call 885-2612 for admittance in Clinton and 647-2298 in Windsor.

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Marvin L. HarperHarper entered into rest with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, November 29, 2020, after battling a lengthy illness.

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Barbara Francis HardinBarbara Francis Hardin, age 76, of Aurora, Missouri, passed away at 11:16 a.m. on Saturday, November 28, 2020, at the Mercy Hospital in Aurora.

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Judith D. HenceyJudith Diane Hencey, age 76, Carl Junction, passed away on Friday, November 27, 2020 at Mercy of Joplin after a sudden illness.

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Tina Ann TincherTina Ann Tincher, 52, Nevada, MO passed away on Monday, November 30, 2020 at her home in Nevada.

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Sonja Kay WellsSonja Kay Holsti-Wells, age 73, passed away peacefully in her home at 4:10 am Saturday, November 28, 2020 with her husband Tim by her side.

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How to cope with the death of a loved one this holiday seasonDr. John Paruch, a BJC HealthCare psychiatrist at Christian Hospital, says mourning is different for everyone but offers this advice for coping with the death of a loved one this time of year.Â.

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Landing After Hours: Modern Missouri Masters Of Fiction Is Now VirtualThe Missouri State Museum invites the public to attend a virtual program highlighting Evan S. Connell and Daniel Woodrell, two modern Missouri masters of fiction, as part of its ongoing “Landing After Hours” series at 7 p.m.

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Mizzou football in 2020, Week 11 vs. Arkansas RazorbacksHead Coach Eli Drinkwitz discussed the upcoming senior night matchup against the Arkansas Razorbacks.

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Missouri to launch 'Project Echo' to help reduce COVID-19 strain on hospitalsOzark Radio NewsMissourinet - ALISA NELSON On December 8, the state will launch a program that aims to better equip Missouri's rural hospitals to care for COVID-19 patients and avoid further strain on the largest hospitals.

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Arkansas Razorbacks PreviewSo here's an interesting fact, and one that reveals just how the Razorbacks work: Arkansas is dynamite in standard downs - manageable downs where the offense can either run or pass - ranking 34th in the country with a tremendous 51% success rate.

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Increase in Long Term Care Costs in Missouri Mirror National Trends; COVID-19 Pressures Future CostsRICHMOND, Va., Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Â The cost of long term care services in Missouri increased year-over-year in line with national trends as COVID-19 intensified providers' existing challenges in meeting the increasing demand for long term care, according to Genworth's 17th annual Cost of Care Survey.Â.

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Missouri chess set creators can't keep games in stock after Netflix show ‘The Queens Gambit'This past year chess set sales in the united states rose 25%.

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75-year-old Missouri man charged in neighbor's beating deathFESTUS, Mo. — Prosecutors have charged a 75-year-old eastern Missouri man with murder in the fatal beating of his neighbor.

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Wildlife Tracking Program Helps Mdc, Partners Contribute To Migratory Bird Research Across The HemisphereMDC has joined the Motus Tracking Wildlife System to track the movements of migratory bird species as they pass through or breed in Missouri, such as this Common Nighthawk that was tagged in Montana at MPG Ranch.

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Missouri Center for Transportation hopes to create 'innovative transportation solutions'Innovative solutions are needed to address crumbling roads and bridges across Missouri. A new collaborative center within the University of Missouri System hopes to accelerate the future of research by connecting academic minds and industry leaders.

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Eli avoids making Arkansas game about him and Odom, Cuonzo previews OregonThanks for listening and please subscribe to the Bill Pollock Show podcast on Apple. The real reason Derek Mason was fired after Vandys loss to Mizzou This was pretty funny.

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Throwed Rolls?Let me talk about Lamberts Cafe. My oh my, was the food delicious. I’ve been watching many travel videos on YouTube lately and every time they talk about Missouri they mention “pork steak”.

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Mizzou Hoops Preview: Oregon is talented, but dealing with turnoverOregon is deep and talented once again, but is replacing much of last year's rotation with transfers.

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How a subdivision problem brought these four Chesterfield neighbors togetherUnited by a shared devotion to their neighborhood, these women discovered that they have more in common than a shared ZIP code.

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This mother and daughter launched their own newspaper to keep Clayton residents connected during the pandemic.Noni Murphy, a seventh-grader at Wydown Middle School, delivered her paper to more than 20 residents on Sunday mornings during the beginning of COVID-19.

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Norborne Man Fatally Injured In Ray County CrashA Norborne man was killed in a traffic crash in Ray County on Tuesday. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the crash happened when the southbound vehicle, driven by 82-year-old Otto Finley, of Norborne traveled off the.

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Welcome to Winter, at least Meteorological WinterLearn how you can help local families in need this season.

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Storm System Expected To Develop Across Southern U.S.; Fire Weather Concerns In Southern CaliforniaA system is expected to develop across the southern tier of the U.S. and produce a few hazards.

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Supreme Court defines ‘negligence' for sales tax penaltyThe Missouri Supreme Court on Nov. 24 affirmed a state tax penalty against a St. Louis doughnut shop for failing to keep adequate financial records.

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Chariton County Reported The Least Number Of New Positives On TuesdayFive COVID-19 deaths were reported in an area County on Tuesday, December 1. According to Chariton County Health Department officials, “Before, the five deaths were under the released number.

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Bus Stop Forecast for TuesdayStill chilly out there even though most reading are above freezing. After sunrise at 7:14 we will have clouds build.

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Christmas tree makes its journey from a Missouri yard to the governor's mansionClick here for updates on this story. ST. LOUIS  Doris Baker has been looking to get rid of a spruce tree in her yard for about two or three years.

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False Witness: Will Felix Key's Old Enemy Set Him Free?In the spring of 2011, Marian Jolliff, an arborist for the forestry division of St. Louis' parks department, was at home after work when she got a call from the man who put her son in prison for 28 years.

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19 Columbia, Kc Residents Indicted For $1.2 Million Insurance Fraud ConspiracyNineteen defendants, primarily from the Columbia and Kansas City areas, have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a $1.2 million insurance fraud conspiracy that involved false claims of injuries suffered in car accidents.

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PepsiCo opening Gatorade distribution site in EdgertonKANSAS CITY, Mo. — PepsiCo announced it will be opening a distribution center in Edgerton, Kansas.

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Virus rules prompt restaurant closures in Missouri citiesKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Health officials in Kansas City and St. Louis County who shut down some bars and restaurants in recent days for violating coronavirus restrictions are facing legal action and criticism from business owners and some public officials.

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Driver killed in Ray County crashKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A driver was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Ray County, Missouri, Tuesday afternoon.

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News to KnowThe Crawford County Health Department needs more contact tracers. They currently have 11 tracers. But six of them will be going back to their old duties at the health department in a few weeks.

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Coronavirus Deaths in Missouri Top 4,000 As Hospitals Worry About CapacityMissouri tops 4,000 deaths Tuesday as University of Kansas Health System officials say further restrictions may need to be enacted.

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Medicaid Expansion Could Face Rocky Road In Missouri LegislatureMissouri voters approved expanding Medicaid by about seven percentage points in August, and now it's up to the state legislature to get a program in place during the 2021 legislative session, which begins next month.

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Shooting in Clarkridge area leads to domestic violence charge for Missouri manPhoto: Anthony Thurman An alleged shooting incident late Tuesday morning in the Clarkridge area resulted in injuries to a female victim and the arrest of a Missouri man.

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Treasurer Fitzpatrick Launches Annual 12 Days Of Unclaimed Property On Social MediaMissouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is reminding Missourians to check the Unclaimed Property list. A news release says through December 16, the @MOTreasurer official social-media platforms will encourage Missourians to search the Unclaimed Property database for their.

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Nick Bolton is a self-proclaimed bad S.O.B., and the Hogs rivalry gets some much needed spiceMizzou News for Wednesday, December 2.

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Lady A Release Video for New Holiday Tune "Christmas Though Your Eyes"Lady A released a deluxe version of their 2012 holiday album, On This Winter’s Night, featuring the 12 tracks from their 2012 album, with four new recordings: “Wonderful Christmastime, ” “Little Saint Nick, ” “That Spirit of Christmas” and “Christmas Through Your Eyes, ” which the trio co-penned.

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Former Missouri nursing home owner settles equal-pay lawsuitST. LOUIS — The former owner of a skilled nursing home in Raytown, Missouri, will pay $40,000 to settle a pay discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Commission, the agency said Wednesday.

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Jake Owen and Girlfriend Erica Hartlein Are EngagedJake revealed the news on his Instagram, along with a couple of photos in his Stories.

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Oregon vs. Missouri odds, line: 2020 college basketball picks, Dec. 2 predictions from proven computer modelSportsLine's advanced computer model simulated Oregon vs. Missouri on Wednesday 10,000 times.

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Former Missouri nursing home owner settles equal-pay lawsuitST. LOUIS - The former owner of a skilled nursing home in Raytown, Missouri, will pay $40,000 to settle a pay discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Commission, the agency said Wednesday.

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Kansas and Missouri Democrats Look To 2022Despite losing big in November, Democrats remain confident for the next election.

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A week later than scheduled, Oregon men's basketball opens 2020-21 season against MissouriEUGENE — A week later than originally scheduled, Oregon is finally opening its season tonight.

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Missouri improves its 'brand'Missouri football is on a low-key roll under first-year Coach Eli Drinkwitz heading into the final stretch of the season.

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Northland woman opens mailbox for Santa lettersKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The pandemic has put a stop to many family traditions this holiday season - including meeting Santa.

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Henry County Route T CLOSED East of La Due, Dec. 9 for Pipe WorkWhere: Henry County Route T between Southwest County Road 441 and Southwest County Road 351 east of La Due When: 8 a.m.

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SB I-57 in Mississippi County Reduced for Pavement RepairsSouthbound I-57 in Mississippi County will be reduced to one lane with a 14-foot width restriction as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform pavement repairs.

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Medicaid Expansion Could Face Rocky Road In Missouri LegislatureVoters approved the constitutional amendment in August, and now it's up to state lawmakers to implement it.

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COVID-19 vaccine distribution to begin in United Kingdom next weekKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Pfizer and BioNTech said they've won permission for emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine in the United Kingdom.

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KCMO police looking for missing teenKameron McWilliams disappeared around 10:00 p.m. Tuesday.

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Missouri improving its 'brand' in 2020News and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Missouri Lawmakers Take Aim At Local Coronavirus RestrictionsSome Missouri lawmakers want to curtail local governments' ability to enact COVID-19 restrictions. This comes amid some GOP outcry over indoor dining limitations and reduced bar hours.

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Police: Woman's body was found on southwestern Missouri roadREPUBLIC, Mo. — Police in southwestern Missouri are investigating a death they're calling suspicion after a woman's body was found on a roadway in the small city of Republic.

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Civil War, Tribes and Fleeing to ZionCommunication systems have failed. There is no cellular network. There is no central government, either on a national or state level.

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Proposed COVID-19 liability protections for Missouri businesses will wait until next yearGov. Mike Parson has asked the Legislature to wait until next session to take up a bill that aims to protect Missouri businesses and other organizations from COVID-19 liability lawsuits.

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Missouri chess set creators can't keep games in stock after Netflix show ‘The Queens Gambit'This past year chess set sales in the United States rose 25%. Provided by Springfield.

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From India, with gratitudeRahul Kumar had worked in the information technology industry in Bangalore, India, for over seven years before deciding to pursue a master’s degree in computer science at Missouri S&T.

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Missouri senators advance $1.2B virus aid packageCOLUMBIA, Mo. — The Missouri Legislature resumed work Tuesday after a special session had been delayed because several lawmakers tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Missouri hospital to expand at-home care program to increase hospital bed availabilityMercy Hospital in Washington, MO, announced on Monday the expansion of its virtual program to care for select COVID-19 patients at home.

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Missouri state health director speaks on vaccine planMissouri hopes to give its first doses of a coronavirus vaccine in a couple of weeks.

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Carl Junction advances to CJ Classic championshipCarl Junction beats Joplin 53-35 Tuesday night in the CJ Classic tournament semifinals.

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Truman Medical Centers expands services with new locationKANSAS CITY, Mo. — A $70 million expansion at Truman Medical Center will allow for primary care services to be offered at a new location.

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Salvation Army reports 155% increase in need due to COVID-19 pandemicKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Salvation Army is seeing a larger need than before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and they hope people will lend a hand to help.

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SI All-American Basketball Candidates in MissouriOne high school basketball player in Missouri has been named to the SI99, an inaugural ranking of Sports Illustrated's top senior high school basketball players in the country.

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KCKPS to continue remote learning until AprilKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools students will continue with remote learning until April.

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Traveling nurses in high demand to battle COVID-19LENEXA, Kan. — As a former traveling nurse, Samantha Hessing said several companies reach out to her almost every day with offers to send her to hospitals that are in dire need while battling COVID-19.

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Webb City aims to return to top of districtThe Cardinals have finished as district runner-up three years in a row.

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Fort Scott Celebrates ChristmasLearn how you can help local families in need this season.

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Latest updated blog: Rain and snow working in!.Good Tuesday night! I hope the beginning of the week has started off great for you.

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Missouri woman fatally shot during gunfight on interstate, police sayA Missouri woman was fatally shot on an interstate highway, caught in the crossfire between two other vehicles, authorities said Tuesday.

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Contact tracers needed at Crawford County Health DepartmentThe Crawford County Health Department is in need of more contact tracers as the state prepares to ramp up testing.

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Local non-profits ask for generosity on Giving Tuesday after difficult yearThis Giving Tuesday, local non-profit organizations are asking residents to give generously after a year full of hardship and increased service demand.

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Joplin Police release more details about armed robbery at mallPolice say three of four suspects held a couple at gunpoint and demanded their wallets.

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As deadline looms, Missouri senators advance $1.2B virus aid packageCOLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri lawmakers are back at work after several tested positive for the coronavirus, which delayed a special session.

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Judge: No contact meetings for suspect in brothers' deathsWARRENSBURG, Mo. — A Missouri man accused of killing two brothers from Wisconsin will not be allowed to meet in person with his lawyers until health officials testify on the issue, a judge ruled on Tuesday.

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Clinton City Council MeetingThe Clinton City Council met Tuesday night December 1st via Zoom and broadcasted on YouTube for their stated communication.

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USGIF High School Industry Credentialing added to Missouri's High School Industry Recognized Credential ListMissouri high school districts can choose, independently, to give high school credits to students who take and pass AYBAA and USGIF's collaborative training Herndon, Virginia — After more than a year of working with the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Gateway Global American Youth and Business Alliance Academies Inc.

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Weather at 6pm 12/1/20Learn how you can help local families in need this season.

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Economic Security Corporation receives CARES Act fundsPRESS RELEASE from Economic Security Corporation  ESC Receives CARES Act Funding, So What Affect Does This Have for Southwest Missourians?

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Hospitals nationwide call on people to #MaskUpAs we enter into the 9th month of the pandemic, Mercy has joined 100 other hospital groups nationwide calling on people to mask up.

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COVID-19 Cases In U.S. Could Reach 20 Million By January, Wash U Researchers ReportTelAt least 13.6 million Americans have caught the coronavirus this year — more people than the entire populations of Michigan and Iowa combined.

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Nonprofit warns of trouble if eviction, foreclosure ban isn't extendedMany people are worried they'll lose their homes when the ban on evictions and foreclosures ends Dec.

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Missouri Bill to Ban 'Rights of Nature'The rights of nature movement needs to be taken seriously. Four rivers and two glaciers have been granted rights in the world.

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Nonprofit, food banks seek donations on Giving Tuesday"Now, we are going on, what? Eight or nine months of this incredible increase of need, up to on average about 40 percent for our service area for the 26 counties we serve," Biles said.

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Parson reverses on COVID liability protections, asks lawmakers to consider during regular sessionGov. Mike Parson asked Senate leadership to drop COVID liability protections from the ongoing extraordinary session.

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KC program creates opportunities for minorities in health care, despite COVID-19KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With health care front and center - alongside a push for greater diversity as communities battle the COVID-19 pandemic - scholars from one Kansas City program are ready and committed to the cause.

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Miami Good Neighbor Project halts operations, Salvation Army stepping in to helpThe Miami Good Neighbor Project has served thousands of people in need since March, through the USDA's farmers to families food box program.

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We See You: Area nonprofits give back to KCPS ESL studentsKANSAS CITY, Mo. — In an effort to alleviate stress on families already stretched thin by the pandemic, a group of Kansas City-area nonprofits banded together to uplift a dual-language community.

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Missouri S&T ranked No. 1 public university in engineeringMissouri S&T is the top public university in the nation for college students wanting to pursue an engineering degree, according to the latest rankings by the college ratings site College Factual.

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Missouri senators advance $1.2B virus aid packageThe Missouri Legislature resumed work Tuesday after a special session had been delayed because several lawmakers tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Blue Line sports bar sues city, county over COVID-19 restrictionsKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Blue Line claims it will be forced to lay off staff or close its doors for good because of "arbitrary and unlawful" emergency health orders put in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic in Kansas City, Missouri, and Jackson County, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.

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Missouri prepares for Arkansas, reunion with Barry OdomRoster issues from COVID-19 delayed the meeting an extra week, but Missouri will finally meet Arkansas and have its reunion with former coach Barry Odom on Saturday.

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Governor Mike Parson Has A Busy Week Lined UpAccording to his office, Governor Parson will hold various official meetings with county executives, city mayors and senior staff, among others.

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Authorities end search in river for missing Missouri womanCOLUMBIA, Mo.  Law enforcement officers have finished searching a section of a central Missouri river for the remains of a missing Chinese woman whose husband is charged in her death.

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Johnson County, Missouri  COVID-19  Statistics  December 1, 2020Today from Johnson County, Missouri Community Health Services: Johnson County, Missouri Cumulative Positive Cases: 2839 Deaths: 16 79 additional cases since yesterdays report.

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Lawmakers promote legislation to ‘decriminalize HIV' on World AIDS DayRep. Phil Christofanelli and incoming Sens. Holly Rehder and Greg Razer pre-filed legislation to change Missouri’s laws regarding people with HIV on World AIDS Day Tuesday.Â.

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Expected staffing shortages could hit rural hospitals hardMedical providers say anticipated staffing shortages amid surging coronavirus cases could hit rural hospitals especially hard because smaller communities have more limited options for finding providers to cover for sick workers.

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Steven PowellMr. Steven Powell, 66, of Noel, Missouri, departed this life on Thursday, November 26, 2020, while at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Brent Stevens is new Northwest Missouri Workforce Development Board Executive DirectorThe Northwest Missouri Workforce Development Board in partnership with North Central Missouri College has announced Brent Stevens as its new Executive Director.

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Linda Susan StrausbaughMrs. Linda Susan Strausbaugh, 70, of Carl Junction, Missouri, departed this life on Thursday, November 26, 2020, while at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri.

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TUESDAY UPDATES: Boone County COVID-19 five-day average drops to lowest since Nov. 4Columbia / Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services Dec. 1 dashboard is reporting 703 active cases, a decrease of 26 from Monday and 408 since the weekend.

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Cause of fire near Stapleton Elementary under investigationThe Joplin Fire Department says the cause of a structure fire down the road from Stapleton Elementary is under investigation.

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KOAM ToyBox helps Iola family recovering from house fireEach year, KOAM partners with organizations like the Salvation Army and area churches to help support families in need at Christmas Time.

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Latest Coronavirus Update from the HCHC 12/1/2020-95.3 KDKD Today's CountryThe Henry County Health Center has received confirmation of 8 more positive cases of COVID-19.

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Ameren Missouri Offers Tips On How To Make Your Holiday Season Safer And More Energy-efficientAs families begin decking the halls, Ameren Missouri is reminding customers of several safety tips: Electrical safety • Inspect all holiday lights for broken or cracked sockets.

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St. Louis T-Shirt Company Debuts a Line of Shirts to Support Local RestaurantsSeries Six, the St. Louis t-shirt company known for celebrating our local culture in its designs, has released a "Restaurant Series" of shirts to help support some classic St. Louis restaurants that are taking big hits as a result of the pandemic.

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2021 legislation: A look at what's on deck for the Missouri Senate next yearWith a little more than a month before lawmakers are due back in Jefferson City for the 2021 legislative session, pre-filing opened Tuesday.

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Peppered chub proposed by agency as endangered speciesThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to list a small minnow-like fish known as the peppered chub as an endangered species and designate parts of rivers in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and New Mexico as its critical habitat.

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Missouri GOP lawmakers want power to review, cancel local health ordersRep. Jim Murphy of St. Louis County said he wanted to have a check on local officials imposing restrictions "that make no sense."

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US panel to decide who should get the first COVID-19 shotsAn influential scientific panel has taken up one of the most pressing questions in the U.S. coronavirus epidemic: When the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine become available, who should be at the front of the line for shots?

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After Page's COVID-19 Restrictions, Missouri Lawmakers Take Aim At Local MandatesSome Missouri lawmakers want to curtail local governments' ability to enact COVID-19 restrictions. This comes amid some GOP outcry over St. Louis County Executive Sam Page's indoor dining curbs.

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Tone deafThis morning, from Billy Long : Billy Long @auctnr1 Buddy of mine went to the Hospital in Springfield with #COVID Stayed 48 hours and just got home.

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Governor And First Lady Parson Invite Families To Candlelight Tours, Tree Lighting CeremonyOn Friday, December 4. Tours will also be available.

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One For All Missouri: Public health remindersOzark Radio NewsMissouri continues to see record high numbers of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Experts are predicting that infection continue to rise following Thanksgiving travel and holidays. Local public health experts with the One for All Missouri campaign are urging Missourians to do everything possible to stop the spread after...

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Miz-zoom: Covid SchedulingCuonzo Martin, Javon Pickett, and Kobe Brown talk about the Tigers' newly scheduled game against Oregon and other COVID-related issues this season poses.

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Overland Park movie theater temporarily closesIn a letter to the public, the Mossmans said theaters that have opened have seen "greatly diminished attendance," and weeks with few to no movies released.

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Patricia N. Callaway Arrested, ChargedA 28-year-old Boonville woman has been arrested and is facing a drug charge. According to a Boonville Police report, Patricia N. Callaway, was taken into custody and transported to the Cooper County Detention Center.

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DeVos says free college amounts to a 'socialist takeover'Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is taking a veiled swing at Joe Biden. DeVos is blasting the push for free college as a "socialist takeover of higher education" that could damage the "already fragile economy."

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State employee donations reach nearly $630 thousand in annual charitable campaign; more than $33 million raised in campaign historyThis year has been a difficult year for all of us, but these charitable organizations and our fellow Missourians need our help more than ever, ” said Office of Administration Commissioner Sarah Steelman.“Our State of Missouri team embodied the theme this year of being “Stronger Together”, and these generous contributions will...

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Stitt declares day of prayer as virus surges in OklahomaOKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Kevin Stitt has declared Thursday a day of prayer and fasting in the state as cases of the coronavirus continue to surge.

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Missouri DNR Investigates Odors Coming From GM's Wentzville Plant, ElsewhereMore than 100 residents have reported chemical, musty or mildew odors in the surrounding area.

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Barr: No evidence of widespread fraud that'd change election outcomeAttorney General William Barr said Tuesday that the Justice Department has not uncovered evidence of widespread voter fraud and has seen nothing that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

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3 Men Shot Inside South St. Louis Bar, Suspect Still at LargeAn argument at a south city bar late Monday night ended with three men being shot, police say.

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Koenig introduces legislation to restrict county powers amid COVID-19 shutdownsSen. Andrew Koenig pre-filed a bill meant to limit the ability of local officials to mandate and enforce county-wide shutdowns Tuesday.

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Mizzou Football ZOOM: Readying for the RazorbacksHead Coach Eli Drinkwitz discussed the upcoming senior night matchup against the Arkansas Razorbacks.

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Giving Tuesday: Kansas BBBS is giving away $25,000If you had $25,000 to spend however you wanted, what would you do with it?

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Drew Lock other Broncos QBs cleared to practice for game against the ChiefsThe Denver Broncos will have a quarterback this week. ESPN reports all three Broncos QBs on the COVID-19 list tested negative again Tuesday and can now return to practice.

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Mdc December 9 Online Program Has Tips For Preparing FishFrying and grilling aren’t the only methods people can use to get caught fish onto the dinner table.

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Missouri woman fatally shot during gunfight on interstate, police sayA Missouri woman was fatally shot on an interstate highway, caught in the crossfire between two other vehicles, authorities said Tuesday.

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Outdoor dining hamlets begin popping up around St. LouisFor restaurants trying to survive the pandemic, "it takes a village" has taken on a whole new meaning at places like Acero, Cafe Napoli, Hacienda, Olio, and Sasha's in Clayton.

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Missouri Minute: Cyber Monday sets record; St. Louis-founded startup sold for $1.1BHello, MBA readers, The opening stanza of the post-Thanksgiving shopping season ended on a historically high note for online retailers.

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Sedalia Man Facing Felony Weapons Charges And Resisting Arrest ChargesA 36-year-old Sedalia man who is facing a couple of felony charges is due in court next week.

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Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesDNR News Release » News » 2020 » Scott Joplin House State Historic Site hosts virtu...

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SEC Basketball Preview: Florida GatorsPreviewing the #5 team in the SEC, the Florida Gators.

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Lon Richard CummingsLon Richard Cummings, age 86 of Moline, KS passed away November 24, 2020 at Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville, OK.

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Better Business Bureau offers tips to avoid scams on Giving TuesdayThe Better Business Bureau is offering tips for avoiding scams and insuring you give to who you think you are on this Giving Tuesday.

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Patricia PimPatricia Anne. Pim, 91, of Enid, Oklahoma passed away November 25, 2020 with her loving son at her bedside.

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Marshall Fire Department Worked A Couple Of Structure Fires On MondayThe Marshall Fire Department responded to a couple of fires just before 7 p.m.

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Carl W. TaylorCarl W. Taylor, 79, Reeds, Missouri, passed Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Mercy Hospital. He was born on June 18, 1941 in Carthage.

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Police release surveillance of Sarcoxie burglary at liquor storeThe Sarcoxie, Missouri Police Department releases surveillance video of a burglary at Mazoo Liquor.

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Winfred Kenneth "Kenny" FarrisWinfred Kenneth "Kenny" Farris, 83, Reeds, Missouri, passed away Saturday, November 28, 2020 at the St. Luke's Nursing Center, Carthage, Missouri.

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Wilma Jean HandshyWilma Jean Handshy, 93, of Columbus, KS died Friday, November 27, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, MO.

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Rodney Louis TweedyRodney Louis Tweedy, 67 of Scammon, KS. He grew up in Columbus.

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Tomi WileyPittsburg, KS - Tomi Wiley, age 86, a homemaker, died Thursday November 26, 2020 at Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg, KS.

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John E. IvyPittsburg, KS - John E. Ivy, age 75, a construction inspector, died Wednesday November 25, 2020 at his home in Pittsburg, KS.

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Orville V. HardisonSpringfield, MO - Orville V. Hardison, age 89, a self-employed auto mechanic, died Friday November 27, 2020 at National Health Care in Joplin, MO.

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Start of retail sales drives pre-holiday application surge among Missouri medical cannabis patientsPatient, caregiver applications increase more than 60 percent as dispensaries open statewide The continuing.

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High school basketball: Top 10 local players thrive in Missouri Valley ConferenceAccolades tend to follow when top locals find themselves in the MVC.

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Cllifford W. AllmonClifford W. Allmon 74, of Pittsburg, KS died 10:30am Thursday November 26, 2020 at his home following an illness.

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Kansas City COVID-19 Daily Briefing for Dec. 141 Action News is offering a daily recap of COVID-19 related stories from across Kansas City and the country.

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Linda Jeanne RipleyLinda Jeanne Ripley, age 64 of Fall River, KS, passed away November 30, 2020 at her home, with friends by her side.

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Edward "Eddie" JayEdward "Eddie" Jay, age 82 of Burden, KS, passed away Saturday, November 28, 2020 at his home.

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Ralph Foster MuseumDiscover Ralph Foster Museum in Point Lookout, Missouri: This museum features the original car used on the Beverly Hillbillies sitcom.

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Roberta Lynn DrakeDrake, age 72 of Neodesha, KS, passed away November 28, 2020.

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Aging Doesn't Have To Mean The End Of DrivingGetting older does not necessarily mean the end of a persons driving days. But it’s important to plan ahead and take steps to ensure the safety of your loved ones on the road.

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Buddy Rex PalmerBuddy Rex Palmer, 87, of Miami, Oklahoma passed away on Friday, November 27, 2020 at Integris Miami Hospital.

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Dustin Shawn JayDustin Shawn Jay 45, of Miami, Oklahoma entered into to rest and join the Lord on Wednesday November 25, 2020 in Miami, Oklahoma at Integris Baptist Regional Health Center.

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Ruby Amelia HurstRuby Amelia Hurst, age 105, of Columbus, KS, passed away peacefully at 7:37 PM, Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Autumn Place in Columbus, Kansas, following a sudden illness.

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Verl Dean ConardVerl Dean Conard 78, of Columbus, Kansas passed from this life on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at his home.

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Della Lorene EmmersonDella Lorene Emmerson, age 85, a former resident of Ft. Scott, Kansas and Joplin, Missouri, more recently of Gardner, Kansas, passed away Friday, November 27, 2020, at Azria Health Care in Olathe, Kansas.

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William Junior HamiltonWilliam Junior Hamilton, age 92, a former resident of Garland, Kansas and more recently of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, passed away Friday, November 27, 2020, at the Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville.

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Kenneth B. BrockelKenneth Bernard Brockel, age 73, Joplin, formerly of St. Charles, passed away on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Mercy of Joplin.

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Sonia Lynn AndersonSonia Lynn Anderson, 58, of Joplin, Missouri, an LPN, passed away on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at Regency Medical Center in Springdale, Arkansas.

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Elizabeth Luvenia HarryHarry, 72, of Pittsburg, passed away at 12:26 p.m. Thursday, November 19, 2020 at Via Christi Hospital.

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TUESDAY UPDATES: Missouri adds 2,900+ new cases, positivity rate increasesThe additional positive cases brought the state to 302,691 since the pandemic started. Tuesday's case increase fell just below the 3,000 mark - the dashboard said Missouri has reported an average of 2,817 new cases every day over the last week that ended on Saturday.

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Van Richard LechmanVan Richard Lechman, 69, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 29, 2020. Van was born on October 11, 1951 in Perry, Oklahoma to Jack and Donna.

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