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Missouri ‘Trash Bash’ Effort Scheduled for April

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two Missouri agencies are encouraging residents to spend April cleaning up the state's roadsides, parks, rivers and trails as part of the sixth annual "trash bash."

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Advocates Say Missouri Sets Food Stamp Barriers

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Advocates for the poor say Missouri is making it harder for the state's neediest residents to receive food stamps.

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McCaskill Staff Surveying Colleges on Assaults

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Sen. Claire McCaskill says her staff is surveying college campuses to see what protections against sexual attacks are in place and how the institutions support assault victims.

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Missouri Utility Board Urging People to Check for Leaks

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri utility regulators are urging people to check their homes for possible water leaks.

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Michael Sam Writes Public Thank You Letter to Missouri Supporters

Michael Sam wants his supporters to know just how much he appreciates them.

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Missouri Education Officials to Consider School Plan

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri State Board of Education is taking up a plan for assisting and intervening in the state's school districts.

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113th Annual McKinley Day Celebration In Sedalia [PHOTOS]

The 113th Annual McKinley Day Celebration took place the Best Western of Sedalia last night (March 20). Area Republicans and supporters showed up to help raise funds for the upcoming elections and find out about the various happenings with Republican candidates. McKinley Days is celebrated in Sedalia in honor of President William McKinley, since troop from Sedalia marched in McKinley's second inauguration in 1901, shortly before he was assassinated. Every year since, the Pettis County Republicans have met around the anniversary of McKinley's inauguration day. 

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Royals Game Cancelled After Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Aroldis Chapman Hit By Line Drive [VIDEO]

An extremely scary moment took place during the Kansas City Royals spring training game Wednesday night (March 19). Royals catcher Salvador Perez blasted a 110 MPH line drive directly back to the mound, crashing into the face of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman.

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Where Do You Like to Travel in Missouri During Spring?

Spring officially begins today (March 20), and that means we can finally put behind one of the coldest and snowiest winters we've had. There may be a few chances at snow coming up, since winter was long, but I want to concentrate on what's coming up: lots of sunshine and travel.

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Kansas and Missouri Considering Tanning Bed Restrictions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A national debate over the safety of tanning beds has made its way to Kansas and Missouri, where lawmakers are considering measures that could sharply reduce their use by minors.

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