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Feds to Probe Hate Crimes Link in Kansas Shootings

WASHINGTON (PETE YOST, Associated Press) — Attorney General Eric Holder says Justice Department prosecutors will investigate whether federal hate crimes were committed in the Kansas shootings that killed three people over the weekend.

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Aldon Smith and Dorial Green-Beckham
Aldon Smith (on Right) and Dorial Green-Beckham (Getty Images)

Drugs, Violence and Bad Behavior – Recapping the Arrests of Mizzou’s Athletes

Like most of you, I am from the state of Missouri, so I cheer for the Missouri Tigers. The last year was pretty crazy for the MU, full of ups and downs. Unfortunately, many MU's headlines are about legal trouble. Everyone from coaches to current players to professional players from MU have made headlines for the wrong reason recently. Now that several MU athletes have been arrested, is the athletic department developing a bad reputation?

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Rick Yeager (on right) and Ron Ditzfeld
Rick Yeager (on right) and Ron Ditzfeld

Ron Ditzfeld and Rick Yeager Will Represent Sedalia in the 2014 Fireball Run [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Chamber of Commerce announced on Monday (April 14) that a internet show, The Fireball Run, will be coming to Sedalia in October.

The Fireball Run will have two local business owners racing with the 40 teams selected. Rick Yeager, former owner of Yeager's Cycles, and Ron Ditzfeld, owner of Ditzfeld Transfer, will represent Sedalia during the course of the race that starts in Frisco, Texas and ends in Independence, Missouri in October.

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Fireball Run Drivers
Fireball Run Drivers (via Facebook)

2014 Fireball Run to Include Sedalia

The 2014 Fireball Run is set to come to Sedalia, Mo. this October and will include a team from the area.

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3 Dead After Suburban Kansas City Shooting

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (MARIA SUDEKUM, Associated Press) — Authorities say three people died in a shooting at a Jewish community center and retirement community, and two were shot at but not injured.

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Pam Carter
Pam Carter

Former City Councilwoman Pam Carter Running for Pettis County Presiding Commissioner [INTERVIEW]

The August primary election will see a contested race on the Republican side of the ticket this year. Former City Councilwoman Pam Carter signed up to run for Pettis County Presiding Commissioner on the last day of filing, and will face David Dick in the Aug. 5 election.

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Dorial Green-Beckham
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Dorial Green-Beckham Dismissed from Mizzou’s Football Team

The University of Missouri announced the dismissal of wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham from the football team Friday afternoon (April 11) following an investigation by Columbia Police into an altercation with an 18-year-old female student.

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City
Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Tax Cut Bills Advanced by Committees

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's Republican lawmakers are advancing a pair of tax cut proposals for potential debate in the coming weeks.

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Crime Scene

Gunman Who Took His Own Life Identified as Warrensburg High School Student

Warrensburg Police have released more details regarding a gunman who took his own life following a traffic stop near Warrensburg High School on Friday morning (April 11). The man was identified at 18-year-old Kyle M. Wittrock of Warrensburg, a senior attending Warrensburg High School.

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Updated: Man With a Gun Outside Warrensburg High School Shoots Himself After Police Pursuit

UPDATE: According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the gunman spotted near Warrensburg High School on Friday morning was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound a few miles from the school after being pulled over by police.

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