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Memorial Service Helps Families Celebrate Children’s Lives

On Sunday, September 18, Children’s Mercy will remember its families and children during the 20th annual “Celebration of Life” memorial service. The service is part of the hospital’s Aftercare Program.

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University of Central Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Johnson County Heart Walk Begins at University of Central Missouri Campus on October 1

The 2016 Johnson County Heart Walk will be hosted by the University of Central Missouri on Saturday, October 1. The walk will begin at 8 a.m. on the east side of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center.

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County Distributing Encourages Responsible Choices With Motivational Speaker

County Distributing is working with a motivational speaker, Sarah Panzau Evans, to encourage young people and adults to be safe and responsible when it comes to drinking and driving.  

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Man in handcuffs

Independence Man Arrested in Counterfeit Bills Case

An Independence man has been arrested in connection with recent complaints of counterfeit $20 bills being passed at local businesses.

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Kurt Parsons
Kurt Parsons

Missouri Lawmaker Sits for Pledge, Cites Kaepernick Protest

A Missouri state senator has refused to stand while her colleagues recited the Pledge of Allegiance in the state Capitol.

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Bayer Seeks To Acquire Monsanto
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Bayer AG Signs Deal to Acquire Monsanto

German drug and farm chemical company Bayer AG says it has signed a deal to acquire seed and weed-killer company Monsanto for $66 billion in cash.

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Former Missouri Deputy Gets Seven Years in Prison for Child Porn

A former Missouri sheriff's deputy has been ordered to spend seven years in federal prison for admittedly sharing child pornography online.

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Kylr Yust
Benton County Sheriff's Department

Bullets, Other Items Seized in Missing Women Probe

Kansas City area investigators looking into the disappearances of a woman and a teenager nine years apart say they've taken bullets and other items from the home of a man considered a person of interest in at least one case.

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Governor's Office

Missouri Lawmakers Override 13 Nixon Vetoes

Missouri lawmakers have concluded their annual veto session after overriding Gov. Jay Nixon to enact measures loosening state gun laws and tightening voting requirements.

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Ex-Lawrence Mayor to Change Plea in Embezzlement Case

A former Lawrence mayor charged with stealing money from his old job as executive director at a food pantry plans to change his plea.

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