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

New State Laws Set To Take Effect

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Numerous new Missouri laws are set to take effect Friday, ranging from caps on traffic fines to changes in sex education...

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Walk To End Alzheimers
Pictured: Front row (left to right): Claire Snell, and Mayor Stephen Galliher. The second row is compromised of members of The Alzheimer's Greater Missouri Chapter (left to right): Mary Trotter with "Team Simmons" (Simmons Bank); WyAnn Lipps with "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey;" Ginger Dollinger with "Jim's Team;" Sheila Ream, Committee Chairperson and team member of "Purple Rainbows;" Linda Fisher with "Jim's Team" and Sedalia Walk Ambassador and Jessica Snell, Committee Co-Chair, Sedalia Walk Junior Ambassador and team member of "The Holy Walkamolies." (Courtesy of City of Sedalia Facebook)

Mayor Galliher Issues Proclamation For Sedalia Walk To End Alzheimer’s

Mayor Stephen Galliher met with members of The Alzheimer's Association Greater Missouri Chapter on Thursday, August 27 to announce their Sedalia Walk to End Alzheimer's event to be held on Saturday, September 12, 2015...

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Peter Kinder
Peter Kinder (Courtesy of Lt. Governor Public Affairs)

Peter Kinder’s Opinion On St. Louis Rams Stadium Project

By Peter D. Kinder

Missouri Lieutenant Governor

On Thursday (Aug. 27) Missouri lawmakers are conducting a public forum regarding state-backed bonding for a second football stadium in St...

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St. Louis Medical Examiner Re-Examines Body

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis medical examiner says the 18-year-old fatally shot by police last week suffered a severed spinal cord. Medical Examiner Michael Graham says he re-examined the body of Mansur Ball-Bey and determined that his spinal cord may have survived the impact of the bullet but unraveled as he ran...

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Three of the Cats Removed From KC Home (Courtesy of KC Pet Project Facebook)

Kansas City Animal Control Removes 80 Cats And Some Dogs From A Home

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Animal control officers have removed nearly 80 cats and a few dogs from a Kansas City house. Several officers worked to remove the animals from the home Wednesday, transferring nearly 50 of them to the KC Pet Project animal shelter...

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Nicole & Dajahnay Nelson
Nicole & Dajahnay Nelson (Courtesy of Kansas City Police Nixle)

Kansas City Woman And Daughter Missing

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City police are searching for a woman and her 2-year-old daughter. Authorities say 27-year-old Nicole Nelson and her daughter, Dajahnay Nelson, have not been seen since Wednesday afternoon...

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19-Year-Old Kansas City Man Charged In Shooting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A 19-year-old man has been charged in the shooting of a juvenile in Kansas City. Jackson County prosecutors said Wednesday that Leroy Walters was charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action for the Monday shooting...

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ThinkStock

Robo-Calls Could Be Stealing Your Identity [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Federal Trade Commission says robo-calls are the number one consumer complaint they receive, and these types of calls are on the rise. Experts warn that this kind of call is an early step in a phone fraud scheme that can lead to identity theft. Here's how it works.

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Pic of Vester Lee Flanagan aka Bryce Williams
WBDJ

ABC Releases Alleged Virginia Gunman’s 23-Page List of Grievances

Just two hours after he allegedly shot two journalists on live television, Vester Lee Flanagan (aka Bryce Williams) contacted ABC News and faxed them a 23-page document. ABC initially declined to release the material, instead handing it over to authorities to investigate. But now that Flanagan has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the news station has published the pages.

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Gunman Shoots And Kills Two During Live Television Interview In Moneta, Virginia
Franklin County sheriff Bill Overton speaks to the press in Moneta, Virginia; Vester Lee Flanagan, aka Bryce Williams (inset). (Jay Paul/Getty Images)

Virginia Reporters’ Shooting Suspect Dies After Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound [UPDATED]

Here are the latest updates on the on-air shootings of two journalists in Virginia.

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