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McCaskill: Kansas City to Directly Benefit from White House ‘TechHire Initiative’

The Kansas City region will directly benefit from a new White House initiative announced today to bolster tech jobs, said U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill—a longtime supporter of federal job-training opportunities and of policies to grow the nation’s tech economy:

“It won’t surprise anyone in Kansas City that the region is being recognized for its culture of innovation

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Smitten Man Proposes Each Day for One Whole Year

The internet and marriage proposals are a love story that continues to give people goose bumps.

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Annual exams and other preventive measures are among the health-care services on the line for more than 122,000 Missouri women, according to a new study. Photo credit: click/morguefile.

America Waits For Supreme Court Decision On Latest Affordable Care Act Hearing

by Mona Shand ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The oral arguments have been made and as thousands of Missourians watch and wait to see if they still will be able to afford health insurance a new study highlights just how much of an impact the King versus Burwell

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Dad-Son Kitchen Band Returns for More Oven-Banging Fun

This father and son team continue to make some sweet music together. Well, music, anyway.

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Pine Lawn Authorities Search For Teenager That Pulled Gun On Police

PINE LAWN, Mo. (AP) — Authorities in the St. Louis County town of Pine Lawn are searching for a teenager who allegedly pulled a gun on a police officer. The Pine Lawn officer was working a secondary job at a skating rink last night when he heard gunshots from across the street

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St. Louis Area School Increases Security

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis parochial high school is increasing its security efforts by adding facial recognition cameras at several of its entrances. The system is now in its second week of use at St

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Illinois Woman Killed After Accident In Missouri

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Authorities say an Illinois woman was killed after her vehicle ran off a Missouri highway. Eighty-one-year-old Lorraine Clark was pronounced dead at the scene early Saturday. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says she was driving the wrong direction on Interstate 255 when the crash occurred

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NAACP’s Voter Registration Alternative Spring Break Campaign Starts

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Dozens of college students on spring break have arrived in Ferguson to encourage residents to vote in next month's election. The effort is part of the NAACP's Voter Registration Alternative Spring Break campaign

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Mercy Hospital Joplin Set To Open

JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — A new Joplin hospital that replaces one destroyed by a deadly tornado is preparing to open. The Joplin Globe reports that hundreds turned out Saturday for an open house in advance of the March 22nd opening of the new Mercy Hospital Joplin

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Strain Of Bird Flu Found In Two Missouri Facilities

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri agriculture officials have quarantined two commercial facilities after a strain of bird flu that's deadly to poultry but poses no immediate public health concern was detected

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