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Men will go to prison for dragging kitten behind jee

Receiving the maximum sentence possible under animal abuse statutes, two southwest Missouri men will be sent to Missouri state prison for dragging a kitten behind a truck and then killing it after ...

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Police spokesman says prosecutors are lying in Greitens investigation

The spokesman for the St. Louis Police Department says the office of democrat Circuit Court Attorney Kim Gardner, who is leading the charge against Gov. Eric Greitens, is not telling the truth ...

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Just 4 hate groups remain in Kansas, 18 in Missouri

The number of hate groups in Missouri went down from 24 to 18, and in Kansas the number currently stands at just 4. The numbers are according to a recently released report by ...

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Parents working together made the difference

Parents can make a difference. John Warder knows. He has spent much of his life serving the various communities he has lived in and hundreds of parents came together to serve him ...

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MO Legislator questions “gun free zones”

State Rep. Jered Taylor thinks there’s a problem with guns. Gun free zones. Pioneered by Al Gore, critic say the zones only tell would-be killers that potential victims are defenseless. The Nixa ...

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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens indicted by grand jury

With a lot of unanswered questions about the allegations and a troubling accusation about political skullduggery, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (R) was indicted by a grand jury in St. Louis on Thursday for conduct ...

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Walmart closings to impact 10 Missouri and Kansas towns

Walmart announced today it closing 154 stores in the U.S. with additional stores around the world bringing the total to 269 stores. Missouri will see a total of four stores closed while ...

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2016 Pro-Life Legislation Outlined in Kansas and Missouri

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Building on success in 2015, legislators in both Missouri and Kansas are working towards strengthening the culture of life through pro-life legislation that affects not only the unborn, but also ensuring the ...

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Readers Make Teen’s Christmas Wish Possible

The Christmas story to many teens can feel distant–like something that only happened 2,000 years ago. But for Grace, a resident of the Show-Me Christian Youth Home in central Missouri, the story ...

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