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FRIDAY UPDATES: Missouri adds nearly 2,000 new COVID-19 cases, virus hospitalizations highest since pandemic startedUPDATE 2:45 P.M. Missouri health officials said new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours hit the second-highest increase since the pandemic started.

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Health department announces 8 more COVID-19 deaths in one dayWith these latest deaths, the Springfield-Greene County Health Department has now reported more COVID-19 fatalities in September than all previous months combined.

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Missouri board launches investigation into Galloway at Hawley's requestIt's a feud that has simmered for most of the year and has come to a boil just weeks before the election.

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Judge orders Missouri to sell parts of proposed state parkThe state of Missouri must sell part of the land it bought in 2016 with the intention of creating a state park along the Eleven Point River in southern Missouri, a judge ruled.

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Missouri Lawyers Media wins 11 press awardsThe staff of Missouri Lawyers Media won 11 awards in the Missouri Press Foundation 2020 Better Newspaper Contest, including five second-place honors for work published in Missouri Lawyers Weekly and a first-time nod to its sister publication, Startup Missouri.

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Galloway, Schupp endorsed by ObamaAFormer President Barack Obama officially threw his weight behind gubernatorial candidate Nicole Galloway and U.S. Congress hopeful Jill Schupp in Missouri’s upcoming contests.Â.

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Ginsburga€™sA legacy:A Missouri lawyers mourn justicea€™s death, A reflect on her legal careerScores of women attorneys across Missouri mourned the death and reflect on the legacy of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Health Center Issues Covid-19 Exposure AlertA COVID-19 exposure alert has been issued by an area health department. According to the Cooper County Public Health Center, if you attended the Poulsen-Glenn wedding on Saturday, September 19, or their wedding brunch the next day,.

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MSU football notes: Bobby Petrino returns to Arkansas to lead Bears vs. Central ArkansasHere's what Missouri State football is saying entering its game at the purple-and-gray striped field at Central Arkansas.

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New Missouri guidelines to allow indoor visits at some nursing homesThe state released revised guidelines for nursing homes and assisted living facilities that will allow more inside visits.

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Governor Parson Orders Capitol Dome And Governor's Mansion Lighted Red In Honor Of Fallen Fire FightersGovernor Mike Parson has ordered the Missouri State Capitol dome and Missouri Governors Mansion to shine red beginning Sunday, September 27, until Saturday, October 3, 2020, in honor of fallen fire fighters and National Fire Prevention Week.

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Missouri Receives 2020 Government Experience Award For Mocareers ProgramJEFFERSON ) The state of Missouri is one of only ten states to receive a 2020 Government Experience Award for its centralized applicant tracking system, MoCareers. The Center for Digital Government announced award winners in a virtual ceremony Thursday.

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Missouri federal judge reflects on Supreme Court case with Ginsburg: ‘She was outstanding'Missouri Western District Senior Judge Nanette Laughrey recalls facing Ginsburg in Duren v. Missouri before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Arrow Rock State Historic Site Scheduled To Host Santa Fe Trail EncampmentThe Arrow Rock State Historic Site invites the public to a Santa Fe Trail living-history encampment from 10 a.m.

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Rock M Roll Call: 2020 Pandemic Edition!It's our annual tradition! But be warned — we're not letting you in until after you've had your temperature taken!

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Burglary Charge Filed After Alleged Incident On September 23A felony charge has been filed against a 23-year-old Sedalia resident for allegedly entering a residence without permission and not leaving when asked to do so on Wednesday, September 23.

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This Missouri treehouse Airbnb offers respite with luxuryTreeLoft at BaseCamp in Perryville takes remote living to new heights.

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Board Of Aldermen Mulls Over Pressure Sewer Line BidThe Sweet Springs Board of Aldermen approved a couple of action items during a special meeting on Thursday, September 24.

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LOOK: Mizzou Football unveils Alabama Week Uniforms with a twistIt's officially football season when we're talking about clothing.

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What to watch for when your team is a 27.5-point underdog against AlabamaMissouri has the same Vegas odds to win this game as Texas A&M has to win the SEC.

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Missouri Governor Activates National Guard as Precautionary Measure in Response to Civil UnrestThursday, Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 20-17 activating the Missouri National Guard as a precautionary measure in response to recent instances of civil unrest across the country. The National Guard, as well as the Missouri State Highway Patrol, stands ready to assist local law enforcement if necessary.

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Opinion: Tort reform bills protect wrongdoers at the expense of Missouri families"Each of the tort bills filed last session would drastically undermine Seventh Amendment rights in order to protect wrongdoers."

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Missouri receives 2020 Government Experience Award for MoCareers ProgramJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The state of Missouri is one of only ten states to receive a 2020 Government Experience Award for its centralized applicant tracking system, MoCareers.

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Missouri S&TYour source for the latest from Rolla.

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9 indicted in connection with southwestern Missouri killingMOUNT VERNON, Mo. — Nine people have been indicted by a grand jury in connection with the kidnapping and shooting death of a southwestern Missouri woman in August.

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We're all going through hell. Mizzou football shouldn't contribute to that hell.Though it wasn't the national anthem at the time, the players on the field took off their hats when Red Sox third baseman, Fred Thomas, an active-duty sailor at the time, snapped off a salute towards the lone American flag flying in the corner.

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Paul R. Myers, Jr.Paul R. Myers, Jr. age 79 of Alba, Missouri passed away on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at Freeman West Hospital.

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Peggy L. DruryIola, KS - Peggy L. Drury, age 85, a former photo technician, died Wednesday September 23, 2020 at her home in Iola, KS.

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Lester Dean ColeLester Dean Cole age 69 of Iola, passed away Thursday, September 24, 2020 at his home.

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Missouri State's spring football schedule releasedThe Missouri Valley Football Conference announced Thursday its spring schedule. All 11 MVFC members will play eight conference games during a nine-week period from Feb.

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Central Missouri star QB highlights latest Missouri Sports HOF classThe Missouri Sports Hall of Fame will induct former University of Central Missouri quarterback Eric Czerniewski, former St. Louis Football Cardinals running back Terry Metcalf, Branson sports radio broadcaster Scott McCaulley, Missouri Southern's 1972 NAIA National Championship Team, as well Midway High School coach Larry Burchett and the Midway...

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Wesley Warren ElliottElliott, born February 12, 1970, left his earthly family to join his heavenly family on September 23, 2020.

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Emma Lucille BinghamBingham, age 101, passed away at her home in Baxter Springs, Kansas, on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.

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Charles John ButtonCharles John Button of Baxter Springs, KS passed from this life Thursday, September 24, 2020 at his home.

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Ramona Sue JenkinsRamona Sue Jenkins of Miami, OK passed from this life Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at OSU Medical Center in Tulsa, OK.

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Susan Beth FaubionSusan Beth Faubion, age 65, of Lamar, Missouri was carried into the arms of Jesus while worshiping with her family through FaceTime on September 22, 2020, at Freeman Hospital West.

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John Arthur WettsteinRetired KCS Engineer John Arthur Wettstein, 83, of Joplin, MO , safely completed his journey on the railway to heaven, September 23, 2020, as he rode the rails through heaven's pearly gates and into the depot for his final destination.

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News to KnowNEOSHO, Mo.  A pedestrian is dead after being hit by a vehicle. Neosho police said on Thursday, 21-year-old Joel Shannon was on Business 49 Highway near the intersection of Waldo Hatler Memorial Drive when the incident happened.

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Sydni Marie BrownSydni Marie Brown, age 12, of Seneca, Missouri, passed away Tuesday, September 22, 2020, after the most courageous battle with cancer.

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CHS Soccer Vs Bolivar Cancelled October 1st.The following soccer game has been cancelled: Soccer vs Bolivar on Thursday, October 1st. This game will not be made up.

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The best burgers in St. LouisAt the same time, longtime favorites have also found ways to adapt. Shortly after the passing of the late, great Jack Parker, Pub transformed part of its parking lot into a patio, replete with twinkling lights, greenery, and umbrellas that match the trademark sign.

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Mizzou opens the season against a ranked conference opponent, which doesn't happen oftenMizzou gets to open the season against Alabama — a conference opponent and a ranked team.

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Birthdays Pt. 2US stocks are mixed as S&P 500 heads for 4th weekly loss.

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Birthdays Pt. 1US stocks are mixed as S&P 500 heads for 4th weekly loss.

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Friday Morning PlannerGoing to ride sunshine, warm temps and a good south breeze of 15-20 mph into the weekend.

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Missouri Rep. Bob Burns On Shifting His Focus To St. Louis County GovernmentState Rep. Bob Burns is the latest guest on Politically Speaking, where he joined St. Louis Public Radio's Jason Rosenbaum and Rachel Lippmann to talk about his campaign for the St. Louis County Council's 6th District seat.

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Ask George: When is it appropriate to use gift cards purchased from restaurants early in the spring?Brant Baldanza, OG Hospitality Group: “I have several gift cards I received as gifts in the spring or earlier, and I won’t be using them until restaurants are able to fully seat with no restrictions, like in St. Charles.

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Skipping trick-or-treating? Here are 8 family-friendly Halloween alternativesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned not to celebrate by typical trick-or-treating.

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This Week in the Missouri Senate for Sept. 25: Witness Protection FundJEFFERSON CITY — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews House Bill 66, which creates the Pretrial Witness Protection Services Fund, and was signed into law earlier this week.

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Howard County Route Y to Undergo ResurfacingMotorists near Harrisburg will see resurfacing work begin on Route Y next week. The Missouri Department of Transportation says this resurfacing work will improve the pavement condition and smoothness of the roadway.

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Heavy Rainfall Across Parts of the Southeast; Critical Fire Weather Conditions Persist in the WestMeanwhile, critical fire weather conditions continue over the Rockies and into Utah and northern Arizona.

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Alabama vs. Missouri SEC football betting odds: Crimson Tide have been money in season openers under Nick SabanThe best league in college football finally joins the 2020 party on Saturday as the SEC kicks off its 10-game, conference-only schedule.

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Bus Stop Forecast for FridaySunrise at 7:09 and a perfect end to the school week as the Skywatch Storm Tracker is clear and clean as can be.

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Midwest lawmakers Seek Funding for Missouri River NavigationLawmakers from Lower Missouri River states this week penned a letter urging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide additional funding for navigation projects along the river.

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Missouri voting lawsuit appealed to state Supreme CourtYour source for local news, sports, high school sports and weather in and around Jefferson City, Columbia, Fulton and the Lake of the Ozarks.

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Court weighs fate of sweeping Missouri abortion restrictionsA federal appeals court panel is weighing the fate of a sweeping Missouri abortion law, including a provision that prohibits a woman from having an abortion because the fetus has Down syndrome.

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Missouri Health Officials Encourage Missourians to Get Flu VaccineThe Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services urges all Missourians to get the flu vaccine before October.

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One person injured in Jefferson City structure fireThe American Red Cross helped the family with temporary shelter.

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Watch Alabama vs Missouri Game 2020 Live Stream Online FREE: NCAA Football WEEK 4 RedditAlabama vs Missouri Live Stream With VPN Stream With ESPN, FOX, CBS, NBC, PAC 12, College Football Networks.

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After pandemic pause, robocalls returnKANSAS CITY, Mo. — When the pandemic shut down businesses worldwide in April and May, consumers may have noticed robocalls came close to a halt as well.

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Tiger Kickoff, The Podcast: Episode 2.2, Missouri vs. AlabamaJoin Missouri football beat writers Max Baker, Adam Cole and Andy Kimball as they discuss MU's first depth chart, its Week 1 matchup with the Crimson Tide and give their predictions for the season ahead.

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NoctaLean Reviews  Effective NoctaLean Supplement Formula?NoctaLean is an advanced formula that promotes real relaxation and sleep support by utilizing 9-powerhouse ingredients that are all formulated to work together perfectly.

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Missouri ordered to sell part of land meant for parkThe state of Missouri must sell part of the land it bought in 2016 with the intention to create a state park along the Eleven Point River in southern Missouri, a judge ruled.

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Missouri State Capitol dome to shine red for fallen firefightersGovernor Mike Parson has ordered the Missouri State Capitol dome and Missouri Governor's Mansion to be lit red for a week in honor of fallen firefighters.

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Missouri Releases Revised Guidance To Safely Reunite Families With Loved Ones In Longterm-care FacilitiesThis week, the state released revised guidance for longterm-care facilities in Missouri that choose to establish an Essential Caregiver program and/or resume general visits either inside or outside the facility.

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Molina reaches milestone, Cardinals creep on the CubsYadier Molina singled twice to reach two-thousand hits for his career in the Cardinals 4-2 win over the Brewers at Busch Stadium.

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Friday COVID-19 coverage: State reports a 11.8 percent 7-day positivity rateThe Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 1,987 new cases Friday, bringing the state's 7-day positivity rate to 11.8 percent.

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Veteran who Prompted Scott Air Force Base Shutdown Facing Charges in MissouriThis June 10, 2013 file photo shows the main entrance to Scott Air Force Base near Mascoutah, Ill.

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The Golden Scoop ice cream shop will provide meaningful employment to developmentally disabledAn ice cream parlor hiring individuals with developmental disabilities called The Golden Scoop will open in this empty storefront in Overland Park, Kansas, in January 2021.

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One Tank Trips: Do yoga with the goats at Falling Down RanchTap into your inner zen at Falling Down Ranch in Greenwood, Missouri, which offers goat yoga.

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Game Day is gonna look a bit different this season, and Mike Kelly likes what he's seeingThings are going to look different for Game Day, and that should come as no surprise to anyone.

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Decline in overnight call volume prompts Missouri to adjust hours on COVID-19 hotlineState health officials say Missouri's COVID-19 hotline will reduce its hours, starting in October. The hotline has seen a decline in overnight call volume.

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State's Total Number Of Positive Covid-19 Cases Now North Of 118,000 Since Beginning Of PandemicWith an increase of more than 1,300 on Thursday, September 24, the states total of positive COVID-19 cases is now more than 118,000 since the beginning of the pandemic.

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Double-digit Increase Of Positive Covid-19 Cases Reported In Two Area Counties On Thursday, September 24According to health-department officials, the total is 1,068 since the beginning of the pandemic. With 845 positive patients recovered and 18 COVID-19-related.

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Scotty McCreery Releases Behind-The-Scenes Video For Latest Single "You Time"Scotty McCreery shared a behind-the-scenes video on the making of his new single, “You Time. The new track is the lead single to Scotty’s upcoming fifth studio album.

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Week of September 28Pouring concrete for islands, sidewalk and medians at Route 160 and Route AB, Jackson Street, Hunt Road/Farm Road 103 and Farm Road 94.

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Pipe Replacement to Close Route WW in Boone CountyMissouri Department of Transportation crews will close Route WW in order to replace a culvert pipe between Olivet Road and Rolling Hills Road.

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Decline in overnight call volume prompts Missouri to adjust hours on COVID-19 hotlineThe state Department of Health and Senior Services established a statewide public hotline on March 11, four days after Missouris first case was confirmed.

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Nominations For 2020 CMT Music Awards Are AnnouncedCMT revealed the nominations for the fan-voted 2020 CMT Music Awards, which will take place on October 21.

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Ramp closures Friday and Sunday nights planned on Interstate 29 in Buchanan CountySt. Joseph, Mo. - The ramps at Route DD will be closed Friday and Sunday nights for resurfacing.

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Another Positive Case Of Covid-19 Reported In Area School DistrictSedalia School District 200 has been informed that a member of the Smith - Cotton Junior High School football program has tested positive for COVID - 19.

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Governor Parson Activates Missouri National Guard As Precautionary Measure In Response To Civil UnrestGovernor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 20-17 activating the Missouri National Guard as a precautionary measure in response to recent instances of civil unrest across the country.

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Sullivan County Route N now openSullivan County Route N is now open just west of Route B after a culvert replacement project.

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Sen. Justin Brown's Legislative Column for Sept. 25, 2020Our world has changed a lot in the past six months. At times like these, it’s reassuring to see familiar sights and remember some things remain the same, despite uncertainty around us.

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MU students hold sit-in protesting COVID-19 safetyThe coalition compiled a list of 12 demands for the university.

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MDC conservation agent wins regional, state, and national honorsCarr, who is one of two conservation agents in Jasper County, has been named MDC’s Southwest Regional Outstanding Agent of the Year for 2020, MDC's Missouri Outstanding Agent of the Year,  and has also received the Shikar-Safari Club International Wildlife Officer of the Year.

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Sen. Mike Cunningham's Legislative Column for Sept. 25, 2020Voting is one of the most sacred obligations of citizenship. Sadly, many Missourians do not bother to vote.

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Mizzou continues to play it tough on COVID-19 violationsMizzou football gets underway at Faurot Field Saturday but COVID-19 restrictions and penalties are still in play for students and staff.

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Lawson man arrested for drugs, forgery after multi-county police pursuitMatthew Scovell, 40, of Lawson, was arrested for delivery of a controlled substance, forgery, resisting arrest, driving while suspended, tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution and operating a motor vehicle in a careless manner.

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MDC seeks Trivia Tuesday competitors for nature game in Kansas CityHave fun connecting with nature at Gorman Discovery Center.

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Traffic Alert: A section of I-35 will temporarily close to replace communication cablesCrews will close the left and right lanes of northbound and southbound I-35 between Route 291 and US 69 Highway for approximately 15 minutes on Sunday, Sept.

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MoDOT provides update on Route 366 ramp bridge scheduleST. LOUIS - Drivers will need have to wait until the end of the year to once again use the ramp from southbound Interstate 270 and eastbound Interstate 44 to eastbound Route 366 the Missouri Department of Transportation announced today.

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A multi-state salmonella outbreak that sickened at least 41 people is linked to recalled mushroomsAt least 41 people are sick in 10 different states after a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

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Missouri releases revised long-term care facility visiting guidelinesIn addition to general visits, each resident may have one essential caregiver designated through the Essential Caregiver program.

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Missouri ranks high for eviction fears compared with other statesFor the past 13 weeks and counting, the U.S. Census Bureau has been collecting pandemic-related data through its Household Pulse Survey.

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Missouri DOT Facing Covid-19 and Shortage of Plow OperatorsMissouri Department of Transportation has a shortage of more than 400 plow truck drivers and heavy equipment operators, according to a report from KOMU 8 TV.

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Missouri's opener against Alabama brings a rare situationWhile it sure is going to be a daunting task to face the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide with a prime-time kick on ESPN to begin the season, it just sounds a whole lot more intriguing than the alternative in having to play Central Arkansas mid-afternoon on the SEC Alternate channel.

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Alabama-Missouri roundtable: Nick Saban welcomes Eliah Drinkwitz to the SECSure, Bama is a big favorite for Saturday's opener in Columbia, but The Athletic's experts break down the deeper storylines.

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Here's what you need to know this morning: Friday, Sept. 25The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education IEP guidelines state school districts must implement allowing students to attend school, while following safety protocols, if the student makes no progress in his or her education.

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Columbus pulls away from Baxter Springs to get to 4-0Columbus beats Baxter Springs 52-7 Thursday night in their district opener.

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Riverton shuts out Neodesha in district openerThe Rams beat the Bluestreaks 52-0 Thursday night.

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WATCH LIVE: Justice Ginsburg is first woman to lie in state at US CapitolSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman in American history to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol, capping days of commemorations of her extraordinary life.

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Henderson Engineers uses retrofit UV light in HVAC systems to disinfect indoor airKANSAS CITY, Mo. — With concern that COVID-19 may be transmitted through the air, Henderson Engineers has developed new technology to help make indoor settings a little safer by disinfecting air that circulates through HVAC systems.

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Carl Junction open to helping national COVID-19 dashboardJASPER COUNTY, Mo.  The Carl Junction school district is doing everything in its power to keep staff and students safe from COVID-19.

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Health Department issues tips ahead of Mizzou's football season openerTailgating is prohibited in game-day parking lots, campus spaces.

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Overland Park's new public comment proposals draw criticismOverland Park City Council is considering changes to the public comment section of its meetings.

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University of Missouri Board of Curators approves new degrees and the naming of the Michael A. Middleton Center for Race, Citizenship, and JusticeThe center will promote diverse research and engagement in critical conversations about race, citizenship and justice.

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Arvest Bank donates $5,000 to Freeman Health SystemJOPLIN, Mo.  Officials say the money will go towards providing direct support of emerging projects like updating medical equipment, supplies, and the new Learning Center.

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Joplin Parks and Rec. Dept. offering activity kits for kidsJOPLIN, Mo.  The kits are designed for kids ages 4-10. They feature at least four activities encouraging kids to learn and create while having fun.

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Women's Foundation unveils replica bust of Annie White Baxter at Jasper County CourthouseCARTHAGE, Mo.  Annie White Baxter, a Carthage native, was the first woman elected to public office in Missouri in 1890, and she was the first female county clerk in the United States.

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Miami residents volunteer to help restore G.A.R. CemeteryMIAMI, Okla.  The cemetery hosted Jonathan Appell, who is on a trek across America teaching people how to repair and restore monuments and gravestones.

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MoDOT crews repair I-44 bridge over Joplin Main StreetJOPLIN, Mo.  MoDOT officials say two holes opened up in the westbound lane of the I-44 bridge on Main Street, each about the size of a basketball.

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St Louis protests: Missouri National Guard activiated as 200 people block bridgePROTESTS have again broken out in the US city of St Louis, Missouri, amid unrest over the killing Breonna Taylor by Louisville police earlier this year.

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Clinton Early Childhood Center First Positive CaseClinton Schools has received confirmation that an individual at Clinton Early Childhood Center has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Missouri Governor Parson activates National Guard following 'recent instances of civil unrest across the country'Missouri Gov. Mike Parson activated the National Guard on Thursday in response to the national unrest over the Breonna Taylor case in Kentucky.

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Protesters gather for second straight night of protestsKANSAS CITY, Mo. — As community leaders continue to take stock of Wednesday's news in the Breonna Taylor investigation, protesters returned to the forefront Thursday night in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.

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Parsons Police Department sees high rate of compliance with mask ordinanceNow, the city has extended the mandate to December 7th, and police hope compliance maintains.

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Kansas City Civil Rights activists explained their protest agenda, why they believe it's effectiveKansas City protest leaders are promising more protests as their efforts to achieve equity and justice for African Americans continues.

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Amid Breonna Taylor protests, Parson activates National Guard 'as precautionary measure'JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Gov. Mike Parson activated the Missouri National Guard “as a precautionary measure” as protests have broken out across the country after a grand jury declined to indict Louisville police officers on charges directly related to the death of Breonna Taylor.Â.

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Weather at 6 pmLatest Updated Blog - Warming trend into the weekend - Nick.

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Gov. Parson activates National Guard as precautionMike Parson has activated the Missouri National Guard as a precaution against civil unrest across the country.

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Governor activates Missouri National Guard in response to civil unrestGov. Mike Parson signed today an executive order activating the Missouri National Guard as a "precautionary measure" in response to demonstrations continuing across the country.

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Missourians wait for information regarding unemployment overpayment noticeKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missourians continue to wait for answers about an overpayment notice from the department of labor.

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Outdoor dining boosts KCMO restaurants during pandemicRestaurants hope practice continues in cold months.

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National study: Missouri ranks second in the nation in number of women murdered by men"Southwest Missouri and Missouri as a whole experience such high rates of domestic violence and violence against women as a whole," Executive Director at The Victim Center, Brandi Bartel, says.

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Startups Work To Pivot In The Midst Of A PandemicWhen the COVID-19 pandemic hit the St. Louis area, Ken Zheng's plans to raise money for his 1-year-old startup Takoda fell apart.

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Missouri releases guidelines to resume visits at long-term care facilitiesKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missouri is looking for ways to safely reunite families with loved ones in long-term care facilities, under new visiting guidelines released Thursday afternoon.

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Motorcyclist dead in KCMO crash near 59th, NolandKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police are investigating the circumstances that led to the death of a motorcyclist Thursday.

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Johnson County elections to make mail-in voting easierKANSAS CITY, Mo. — As the number of mail-in ballot applications grows past 100,000, Johnson County, Kansas, election officials are expanding the county's capacity to handle the increased number of ballots.

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Operation LeGend federal agents leave Kansas City, also leaving mixed reactions on its efficiencyWhether Operation LeGend worked depends on who you ask in Kansas City. The police and the justice department say the work to reduce violent crime continues, despite 200 federal agents leaving the city after two months.

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McDonald County homecoming game against Seneca cancelledThe McDonald County and Seneca high school football teams will not play this Friday, Sept.

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Faurot Field will host two of the nation's top LB's this SaturdayAny game that Alabama plays in features top tier players and Mizzou has been great in developing and having star defensive players of their own.

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Missourian wins a record 79 Missouri Press Association awardsThe Columbia Missourian, including Vox Magazine, won a record 79 awards Thursday in the Missouri Press Association’s 2020 Better Newspaper Contest, including the gold cup award given to the news organization with the most awards in its division.

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FBI launches civil rights investigation into 2018 death of Overland Park teenA Kansas City FBI field office spokesperson told 41 Action News on Thursday that the local office, the FBI's Civil Rights Division and the U.S. Attorney for the District of Kansas are partnering in the investigation into the shooting death of 17-year-old John Albers by Overland Park Police Officer Clayton Jenison as the teen backed out of the...

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1 killed in crash near U.S. 40, Brentwood AvenueKANSAS CITY, Mo. — One person died in a three-car crash near U.S. 40 and Brentwood Avenue.

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Western Missouri judge decides on key slot machine caseThe controversial issue of slot machines could end up going to the Missouri Supreme Court in Jefferson City.

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Crimson Tide Works a Final Practice before Traveling to MissouriAlabama will head to Columbia on Friday before starting the 2020 campaign with the Missouri Tigers on Saturday.

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St. Louis Man Charged With Murder of Man Found in Burning ApartmentA Jefferson County man has been charged with second-degree murder in the killing of a man found inside a burning south St. Louis County apartment.

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Bad timingOopsie. In the mail this week: Support Governor Mike Parson and the rest of your Missouri Republican Team Our Republican candidates up and down the ballot are counting on you to cast your vote this year.

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48 Graveyards In 48 StatesMiami, Ok. – Jonathan Appell stops at a Miami graveyard to teach volunteers how to clean and restore gravestones.

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Better than expected: Missouri State enrollment goes up this fallEnrollment at Missouri State University increased to 24,163 this fall.

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Missouri counties mailing new ballots after Amendment 3 language goofNearly 2,000 Buchanan County voters in northwest Missouri will be sent new ballots after receiving absentee ballots with language thrown out by the courts.

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HRC Mourns Aerrion Burnett, Black Trans Woman Killed in MissouriThe Human Rights Campaign is horrified to learn of the death of Aerrion Burnett, 37, in Independence, Missouri.

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Hospitals in Missouri's 3rd largest city near capacity due to COVID-19 surgeHospitals in Missouri's third-largest city are approaching capacity due to a surge in coronavirus cases.

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Voters see ‘unfair' ballot language on Cleaner Missouri in two countiesClerks in Buchanan and Vernon counties had ballots with the wrong language describing Amendment 3, which asks voters to reverse changes they made to the state's redistricting process two years ago.

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Missouri Governor Mike Parson, Who Opposed Mask Mandates, Gets COVID-19Missouri's Governor Is a Big Critic of Mask Mandates. You Know What Happens Next, Right?

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Opinion: Revamped biotechnology oversight good for MissouriIn recent years, Missouri has become the worldwide epicenter of biotechnology and animal sciences research.

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Missouri DHSS a€“ COVID-19 Outbreak Statistics a€“ September 24, 2020 a€“ 2:00 p.m.Bad news. Always bad news. The most recent statistics on the COVID-19 outbreak for Missouri from the Department of Health and Senior Services: Cases in Missouri: 118,311 Total Deaths: 1,952 Number of cases in the last 24 hours: 1,365 7 Day Percent Positive of PCR Tested Individuals: 11.7% Number of New Deaths Reported in&.

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Missouri: COVID-19 Update Regarding Governor and First Lady ParsonYesterday, Governor Mike Parson and First Lady Teresa Parson both tested positive for COVID-19. The First Lady was tested Wednesday morning after experiencing mild symptoms. Although the Governor was not experiencing any symptoms, he was tested as well and received a positive result. At this time, Governor Parson feels healthy, and the&.

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Judge orders Missouri to sell parts of proposed state parkA lawsuit filed in 2017 argued that 625 acres of the land in Oregon County were within a federal easement along the river, which restricted use only for agriculture.

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Red Cross Blood Donors Have New Opportunity To Help Patients Fighting Covid-19Plasma from whole blood donations made through the American Red Cross that test positive for COVID-19 antibodies may now help current coronavirus patients in need of convalescent plasma American Red Cross is encouraging donors to make.

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Here is Missouri State football's schedule for the eight-game 2021 spring seasonThe Missouri Valley Football Conference announced its spring schedule for the 2020-21 football season.

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Office Of Workforce Development Hosts Return Strong Virtual Job FairsJob seekers and employers can take part in a series of Return Strong Virtual Job Fairs hosted by the Missouri Office of Workforce Development from now until the end of the year.

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Feds put first Black inmate to death since execution restartThe U.S. government has put the first Black inmate to death since the Trump administration this year resumed federal executions after a nearly two-decade pause.

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The Learning Curve: Special Reports On Education During COVID-19, Part 2For Tyler Schneider, homeschooling has not changed much. He alternates learning from home and from his grandma's house.

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Gov. Parson ‘feels healthy' after COVID-19 diagnosisKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said Thursday he "feels healthy" while his wife, Teresa, continues to experience only mild symptoms after both tested positive for COVID-19.

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Central Arkansas vs. Missouri State football: How to watch, stream, listenThe Bears are still searching for their first points under new head coach Bobby Petrino.

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Truman Va Receives Designation As A Leader In Lgbtq Health Care EqualityFor the seventh consecutive year, Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital has been named a leader in the Healthcare Equality Index.

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CPS parents and advocates want CPS to fully follow IEP guidelines7 hours 35 minutes 50 seconds ago Thursday, September 24 2020 Sep 24, 2020 Thursday, September 24, 2020 8:39:00 PM CDT September 24, 2020 in News.

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Research links sinking land to regions of high groundwater demandExcessive pumping from underground aquifers can cause the surrounding land to sink and lead to damage to streets, bridges and other infrastructure, reduced groundwater storage, and contaminated drinking water, according to researchers at Missouri S&T.

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THURSDAY UPDATES: Boone County reports 65 new cases, 1 deathBoone County recorded 65 new COVID-19 cases today, September 24. We are sad to report that there was 1 death in the county today, bringing the total death count to 9.

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Nirav J. VyasNirav J. Vyas, 35, of Parsons, passed away at 9:49 a.m., Thursday, September 24, 2020, at his home.

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Police make arrests in 2017 central Missouri fatal shootingJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Police in central Missouri have announced the arrests of two men suspected in the 2017 shooting death of a Jefferson City man.

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WATCH: University of Missouri System leadership holds news conferenceCOLUMBIA, Mo.. University of Missouri System President Mun Choi and Board of Curators Chair Julia Brncic are expected to have a news conference at about 12:30 p.m.

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Football preview: Alabama starts season at Missouri, Auburn welcomes No. 23 Kentucky, UAB travels to USAI think obviously the more knowledge and experience you get from playing, the mistakes that you made and the good plays that you made all sort of help you develop confidence and sort of increase your chances of playing with consistency by making better choices and decisions, ” coach Nick Saban said.

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Five predictions for Alabama-MissouriFive predictions for No. 2 Alabama in its season-opening matchup with Missouri Saturday night in Columbia.

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20 For 20: #1"Folks, let this sink in," Brent Musburger said on the ABC telecast: "If either Kansas or Missouri wins their next two games, they will play for the National Championship." Again, it will be nearly impossible for the number of excitement-boxes to be checked for any game in the rest of our lifetimes — let alone a Missouri game — but this is...

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Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesDNR News Release » News » 2020 » Confederate Memorial State Historic Site hosts pub...

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Pittsburg State of the City address, watch and read herePittsburg Mayor Dawn McNay delivers a virtual 2020 State of the City address Thursday morning.

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Nebraska man wanted in officer assault arrested in MissouriA Nebraska man has been arrested in Missouri for his alleged role in an assault on an Iowa police officer in which the officer fired his gun, according to officials.

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Gov. Parson says he's "fine" after positive COVID-19 testA press release from the Governor's office Thursday afternoon stated, "Governor Parson will continue to fulfill his duties from the Governor's Mansion for the next 10 days and participate virtually in scheduled events, calls and interviews."

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Senator Hawley discusses next Supreme Court pick, possible stimulus packageMissouri Senator Josh Hawley, R, discussed the open Supreme Court seat and the possible next stimulus package with KOMU 8 News Thursday morning.

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PSC denies Evergy's request for further testimony in coronavirus caseJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s Public Service Commission denied a request for additional testimony in an ongoing case involving Evergy Metro’s authority over COVID-19 losses.Â.

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Mr. Food: Mashed and Smashed CauliflowerPotatoes aren't the only vegetable worth mashing! Actually, Mashed and Smashed Cauliflower makes a great alternative for when you want a change of pace from the typical potato side dish.

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University of Missouri board chair and chancellor address the publicUniversity of Missouri administrators are holding a virtual press conference where they're expected to share a coronavirus update among other things.

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Missouri Minute: Ascension blames virus for $1B loss; St. Louis startup licenses COVID-19 vaccineHello, MBA readers, Missouri’s governor and first lady testing positive for COVID-19 brings heightened attention to the coronavirus in the state and disrupts a gubernatorial campaign less than six weeks removed from Election Day.

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Gov. Parson activates Missouri National Guard as precautionary measureThe order also declared that a state of emergency exists in Missouri due to civil unrest and called the Parson-appointed Adjutant General to call into action the Missouri National Guard should the situation require it.

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President Trump plans to sign "born alive" executive orderWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump promised Wednesday to sign an executive order that would require health care providers to provide medical care to all babies born alive as he makes an election-year push to appeal to voters who oppose abortion.

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7 Missouri schools earn national Blue Ribbon accoladesMissouri's seven Gold Star Schools for 2020 have also been recognized as U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon Schools.

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Aegion Corporation Awarded ContractAegion Corporation Awarded Contract to Rehabilitate 7,000 Linear Feet of Pressurized Water Pipelines in Virginia using Thermopipe Technology ST. LOUIS, MO.

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Missouri; Operation Legend: Case of the DaySTL.News) – Each weekday, the Department of Justice will highlight a case that has resulted from Operation Legend. Today’s case is out of the Eastern District of Missouri. Operation Legend launched in St. Louis on Aug.

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General Manager Tim Eby Is Done at St. Louis Public RadioLongtime general manager for St. Louis Public Radio. Tim Eby is "no longer serving in that role," according to an email sent to staffers Thursday morning, announcing his exit from the station.

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Roving Reporter: Biden or Trump?"This is what they told us: Clarion News reporter Kalon Grover, left, asks sophomore Andrew Knight who he might choose for president during the&"

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Galloway says City of St. Louis' management of TIF needs improvementThe audit recommended better strategic planning in awarding TIF incentives and improvements to policies meant to control costs and ensure transparency.

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Neosho man dies in pedestrian crashA Neosho man dies after a pedestrian crash Wednesday evening.

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President Choi pleased with MU COVID-19 response, no plans to move onlineAt Thursday's UM System Board of Curators meeting, UM President and MU Chancellor Mun Choi said the university's response to COVID-19 has improved over the last few months, and active cases are going down as a result.

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Alex Gordon announces he'll retireRoyals outfielder Alex Gordon announced today that he will retire from baseball, effective this Sunday, following the season finale vs. the Detroit Tigers.

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Authorities Issue Scam AlertArea authorities have issued another scam alert. According to the Cooper Sheriffs Office, everyone needs to be aware that the office is receiving reports indicating that citizens are receiving calls that are supposed to be coming from.

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Columbia police partner with lab company for 2019 Baby Doe caseThe Columbia Police Department is taking a different approach to solving the 2019 investigation involving the remains of an infant found at Mcknight Tire.

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Alabama vs. Missouri: Prediction, pick, odds, point spread, line, football game, kickoff time, live streamThe No. 2 Crimson Tide begin their journey to redemption on the road at Missouri.

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Alex Gordon Announces RetirementThe Kansas City Royals announced Wednesday that outfielder Alex Gordon is retiring from baseball. Gordon, 36, spent his entire 14-year Major League Baseball career with the Royals and will be forever a Kansas City sports hero for.

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My Appearance On "Inside The Crimson Tide"Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need.

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Clinton Man Sentenced to Twenty Years in Statutory Rape CaseThe Henry County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announces that on September 22, 2020, Dillon Silkwood, 22, Clinton, was sentenced to serve a term of twenty years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for his conviction of four counts of statutory rape in the first degree.

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Missouri releases revised guidlines for long-term care facilitiesMissouri Department of Health and Senior Services revised its guidelines for long-term care facilities that choose to establish an Essential Caregiver program and/or resume general visits inside or outside the facility.

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Royals OF Alex Gordon to retire following Sunday's season finaleGordon, who started all 16 postseason games during Kansas City’s 2015 World Series run, has played his entire 14-year career with Kansas City from 2007-20, making him one of three position players to play 14 seasons with the Royals, joining George Brett and Frank White.

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Single-lane closures planned as part of the Interstate 35 resurfacing projectThe last stage of a resurfacing project on Interstate 35 will require single-lane closures beginning next week.

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Resurfacing project on Clinton County Route 116 to begin soonA new, smoother driving surface is planned for Route 116 in Clinton County between Lathrop and Plattsburg.

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Mizzou Tigers 20 for 20 #2: Tigers top Sooners on the biggest stageIn 2010, the Missouri Tigers were faced with on of their toughest matchups of the decade.

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Local officials say COVID-19 testing demand is downColumbia and Boone County Public Health and Senior Services officials said they have seen a decrease in demand for COVID-19 testing in the last month.

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Mdc Reminds Anglers Of Regulation Change Regarding Use Of Live BaitThe Missouri Department of Conservation reminds anglers that a definition for “invasive fish” has been added to the Wildlife Code of Missouri and affects what type of fish is allowed for use as live bait.

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MDC invites families to create a hellbender craft at Busch Conservation Area Oct. 3St. CHARLES, Mo.—They're fascinating, unusual, and mysterious creatures. They are also endangered in Missouri. The Ozark hellbender is a truly unique species of salamander found in the Show-Me-State.

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Missouri Bicentennial Minutes: First Meeting of the General AssemblyAfter the elections, the first General Assembly convened in the Missouri Hotel at Main and Morgan in St. Louis on September 19, 1820.

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Telling the tales of batsDr. Tom Tomasi examines the causes of declining bat populations.

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School Board Tables Decision On How To Repair Football FieldA decision was not made by the Marshall School Board during its meeting on Tuesday, September 22, regarding how to fix Cecil Naylor Football Field.

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Kansas City, Missouri not KansasOmahaKansas City Although we did make sure to make a stop in Kansas along the way.

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Missouri crowds amid pandemic prompt real-life 'Footloose'ST. CHARLES, Mo. — With bars and nightclubs limiting capacity and closing early in the St. Louis area due to the coronavirus pandemic, neighboring establishments in St. Charles are seeing so many large and unruly crowds that the city is taking a cue from the 1984 movie "Footloose" and banning dancing.

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Bogart's Smokehouse and Southern to Close for the Fall and Winter. Thanks COVID-19As if the COVID-19 pandemic has not already delivered its share of awful blows, there is another to add to the list: Bogart's Smokehouse and Southern, two beloved eateries in the Pappy's Smokehouse family of restaurants, are closing for the fall and winter.

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CHS JV/V Softball vs Knob Noster CancelledDue to Covid-19 related concerns, the following softball game has been cancelled: V/JV Softball vs Knob Noster on Monday, September 28th.

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Earthbound Beer on Cherokee celebrates anniversary this Sunday, September 27Space Dream—an 8 percent ale brewed with wildflower honey, lavender, and raspberries—will be among the brewery's special offerings.

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Army ROTC triples freshman recruiting classToday, that freshman class is 16, excluding students enrolled in the freshman-level military class. Cadet Joshua Nelson, who’s been with the program the longest, noted that this is the largest incoming freshman class he has ever seen.

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Opinion: Missourians meet challenge of COVID-19The first patient in the U.S. with COVID-19 was identified on Jan. 21, 2020, and the Department of Health and Senior Services and the Governor’s Office set up an Incident Management Team on Jan.

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Missouri DR workers to provide childcare at annual meetingST. CHARLES – Trained volunteers from Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief will provide childcare on Monday and Tuesday of the Missouri Baptist Convention annual meeting here, Oct.

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Judge orders Missouri to sell parts of proposed state parkThe state intended to open a new state park along the river. But a lawsuit filed in 2017 argued 625 acres of the land in Oregon County were within a federal easement along the river, meaning it could be used only for agricultural purposes.

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Court affirms $3.6 million judgment for motorcyclist injured in accidentThe Missouri Court of Appeals Western District affirmed a $3.6 million judgment for an injured motorcyclist, despite opposition from an insurer that may be liable for paying it.

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Walton "Walt" James SkeansWalton "Walt" James Skeans was born in Springfield, Kentucky on April 25, 1929 to Johnny C.

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Route 84 in Dunklin County Reduced for Bridge RepairsRoute 84 in Dunklin County will be reduced to one lane with a 17-foot width restriction as Missouri Department of Transportation crews repair the bridge over the St. Francis River.

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Route OO to Undergo ResurfacingFollowing the removal and replacement of guardrail in June, the process to resurface Route OO between Bennet Spring and Route 32 will begin tomorrow.

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James "Jim" Lee O'NealJames "Jim" O'Neal, 93, of Parsons, died at 7:30 A.M., Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at his home after a brief illness.

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Kansas City Art Institute creates position to focus on diversity, inclusionThis summer, the Kansas City Art Institute created a brand-new position and hired Shawntae Jones to be its director of diverse talent and inclusion.

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Zelda Florence MutchZelda Florence Mutch, 99, of Girard, died at 6:20 a.m., Tuesday, September 22, 2020 in the Via Christi Village in Pittsburg.

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University of Missouri police arrest man with a knife early ThursdayOfficers arrested a Columbia man early Thursday morning on suspicion of multiple crimes after a University of Missouri alert was sent out about the person around 2:30 a.m.

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Police investigate armed robbery at Passions Adult Boutique, suspect at largeAccording to a press release from the Columbia Police Department, the suspect fled from the 1108 East Business Loop location on foot, with an undisclosed amount of cash.

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Route FF in Stoddard County Reduced for Pavement RepairsRoute FF in Stoddard County will be reduced to one lane as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform pavement repairs.

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Pitt State reports a decline in COVID-19 casesPITTSBURG, Kan  The Bryant Health Center reports a decline in COVID-19 cases among Pittsburg State University students.

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Jackson County Election Board sees early voting surgeAccording to director Tammy Brown, 442 in-person absentee voters showed up to vote at election board headquarters on Tuesday, the first day open for absentee voting.

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MDC offers free autumn Discover Nature—Fishing lessons in northwest MissouriParticipants will learn fishing techniques and go fishing with instructor help.

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Culvert replacement to temporarily close Knox County Route JPermitting, October 8 and 9, MoDOT crews will be replacing a culvert on Knox County Route J. The road will be closed from Missouri Route 11 to 500 feet south of the intersection between 8:00 a.m.

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Previewing Missouri and Alabama on Saturday night with Brent Taylor at Roll Bama RollBrent Taylor of Roll Bama Roll gives insight into the Crimson Tide heading into Saturday night's match up.

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Helen M. RingleHelen M. Ringle, 95 of Pittsburg, KS died September 14, 2020 at Medicalodge South in Pittsburg.

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Robert Otto BowmanRobert Otto Bowman 73, of Weir, KS died 4:10pm Monday September 21, 2020 at the Medicalodge Nursing Home in Columbus, KS following an illness.

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Steven C. ShereMiami, OK - Steven C. Shere, age 65, a laborer, died Friday September 18, 2020 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, MO.

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Callaway County Bridge Project to Close I-70 Lanes During Evening HoursOvernight Interstate 70 travelers could experience lane closures as crews continue to install guardrail and remove temporary concrete barriers in the median and shoulders of the interstate as part of the new Route D bridge construction.

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Audrain and Boone County Routes Will Be Affected by Culvert Work in the Upcoming WeeksWeather permitting, MoDOT will be doing the following work in Audrain and Boone County. Please see the dates and locations below.

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MoDOT will close all lanes of I-270 westbound near W. Florissant Ave. tonight at 8:30 p.m.ST. LOUIS - Drivers who plan to travel I-270 Westbound near West Florissant Avenue should be aware that the Missouri Department of Transportation will close all lanes of I-270 west near W.

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Betty E. FishPittsburg, KS - Betty E. Fish, age 81, a former waitress, died Tuesday September 22, 2020 at Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg, KS.

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James R. Beckner Sr.Rocky Comfort, MO - James R. Beckner, age 75, a former sports official, died Thursday September 17, 2020 at his home in Rocky Comfort, MO.

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BirthdaysNeodesha, Kansas residents being forced to move out of trailer park.

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Thomas Leroy McLarenThomas Leroy McLaren passed away on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at his home. Thomas was born on January 6, 1935 in Chanute, KS the son of Harold N.

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U.S. Department of Labor Recognizes Missouri with Two Awards for Excellence in Unemployment Insurance OperationsThese awards are given annually to the top-performing state workforce agencies nationwide in key areas of unemployment insurance operations.

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Donna Lea HallDonna Lea Hall, age 78, resident of Fort Scott, Kansas, died peacefully on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, at her home while surrounded by her family.

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William Irvin Sr.Former Seneca, MO resident passed into eternal rest September 23, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin after an illness.

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Anna May AdamsAnna May Adams, age 86 passed away at 10:22 am, Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at the home of her daughter following an illness.

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Howard G. JaehnigHoward G. Jaehnig of Miami, OK passed from this life Friday, September 18, 2020 at Miami Nursing Center in Miami, OK.

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Gerald Duane SmithGerald Duane Smith of Commerce, OK passed from this life Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, Mo.

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James Wesley "Wes" CloudJames Wesley "Wes" Cloud, age 41, passed away Saturday, September 19, 2020, at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville, AR.

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Mary Jane "Janey" BeachnerMary Jane "Janey" Beachner, 81, of St. Paul, passed away at 12:35 p.m., Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at her home surrounded by her loving family.

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Rapper-activist T-Dubb-O launches new label Audacity Music GroupBut this year, the rapper is tackling one of the biggest challenges of his career: attempting to use his new record label, Audacity Music Group, to bring peace to some of the region’s most violent neighborhoods.

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Before the Civil War, Americans relaxed in cemeteries. This is how designers created beautiful rural cemeteriesAll sources recommended that the new rural cemeteries be located 3 to 4 miles away from their urban centers, which probably seemed like a reasonable distance at the time , and should be along paved roads.

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