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St. Louis Family Prepares For Funeral For Six-Year-Old Son That Was Shot

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Six-year-old Marcus Johnson Jr.'s family will bury him Thursday in St. Louis after he was killed last week in an attack his parents say stemmed from a traffic dispute. The kindergartner visited O'Fallon Park with his parents, four siblings, and other friends and family members while recovering from heart surgery one week earlier and after a doctor's visit that same day

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Tax Aide
Missourians looking for a way to help out this tax season can volunteer their time and services as greeters, tax preparers, or translators for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. Photo credit: R. Benter.

Missouri Senate Sign-Off On Amnesty Bill For Delinquent Taxpayers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Members of a Missouri Senate panel have signed-off on a bill granting amnesty to some delinquent taxpayers. But there's a catch. The bill approved by the Appropriations Committee on Wednesday was amended to allow that money only to be used for adult dental care for Medicaid recipients and to increase the reimbursement rate for Medicaid providers next fiscal year

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

Missouri Senate Committee Votes On Student Transfer Law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A House bill aimed at addressing issues with Missouri's student transfer law is moving forward. The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday voted 7-0 to support the measure, with one senator voting as present

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Ambulance

Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident and Arrest Reports: Morning of Thursday, March 19, 2015

The following accident report is from the Missouri State Highway Patrol on the morning of March 19, 2015.

There was a two-vehicle accident that occurred at I-70 Westbound at the 34.6 mile marker last night (March 18) at 9:13 in Lafayette County

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Thursday, March 19, 2015

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Thursday, March 19, 2015.

The Pettis County Sheriff's Department received a report of a missing person from a concerned father

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March Mayhem
A crowd of about 25 people came out to the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri's March Mayhem team auction event, held at Fitter's 5th Street Pub. The event raised more than $2,600 for Club operations.

Boys & Girls Clubs Of West Central Missouri Raise $2,600 Through March Mayhem

The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri brought a little “mayhem” to the area this week with the third annual March Mayhem event, raising more than $2,600 for Club operations.

Participants had a chance to show off their basketball knowledge for some of the most anticipated college games of the year with two ways to win – a traditional bracket challenge and by bidding on various teams and their likelihood to win it all.

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Patterns and Repetition
Cooperative of Photography

Start Taking Better Pictures — 9 Quick & Easy Tips on Photographic Composition

After watching this, you may want to delete 90 percent of your Instagram. And good riddance.

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Doug Deserves to be Pinched

St. Patrick's Day was yesterday, the tradition of wearing green was alive and well here at the radio station...or so we thought. Doug tried to pass off a blueish type shade of green, I couldn't let that fly

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Ambulance

Salisbury Man Involved In One-Vehicle Accident

There was a one vehicle accident in Saline County yesterday morning at 9:45. 43-year-old David Pancoast of Salisbury was traveling on the ramp from Highway 65 southbound to Eastbound I-70, when his vehicle overturned and ran off the left side of the roadway and struck the ground and a delineator post

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Work
Monkey Business

What City Has the Longest Work Week in the US?

Hey, America. You need to relax.

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