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CBS Minnesota

Girl, 2, With Down Syndrome Models for Target, Wins Worldwide Cheers

This is sure to warm the cockles of even the grinchiest people this holiday season.

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WCBS

Principal Loses Job Over Misspelled Sign [VIDEO, POLL]

If you ever wondered if good spelling actually matters, here's your answer.

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Test Your ‘Star Wars’ Knowledge With These ‘Empire Strikes Back’ Facts

Did you know that in 'Empire Strikes Back' they used potatoes to stand-in for asteroids? Or, that Sir Alec Guinness was paid millions of dollars for five hours of work as Obi-Wan Kenobi? Well, now you can test your 'Star Wars' knowledge with the latest entry in our video series "You Think You Know Movies?"

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Colbert

Watch Stephen Colbert Sell Off His Stuff With an All-American Yard Sale

What does America love? Yard sales! What else does it love? Stephen Colbert! You can see where this is going, right? A beautiful, messy combination of the departing 'Colbert Report' host and a lot of seemingly priceless junk.

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smemon, flickr
smemon, flickr

Mayor Galena Resigns

GALENA, Mo. (AP) — The mayor of a Missouri town has resigned after a police officer said the man threatened him while he was writing the mayor's mother a speeding ticket. Dustin Bray resigned before Galena's city council meeting on Tuesday

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Home Visiting Coalition
PHOTO: The Home Visiting Coalition wants to see federal funding for programs that help struggling parents continue. Unless Congress acts, funding will expire in March. Photo credit: hotblack/morguefile.com.

Parent Support Program Supporters Seek Stable Funding

By Mona Shand Missouri News Service

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The clock is ticking on federal funding that helps struggling parents with young children.

The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program expires in March, unless Congress takes action

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Margaret Vandeven
Margaret Vandeven

New Missouri Eduction Commissioner Is Named

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new Missouri education commissioner has been chosen to replace a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced Wednesday that the State Board of Education has promoted an assistant commissioner, Margaret Vandeven, to education commissioner

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Execution Date Set For Marcellus Williams

ST. LOUIS (AP) — An execution date of January 28th has been set for a man who fatally stabbed a St. Louis County woman during a 1998 burglary. The Missouri Supreme Court yesterday set the execution date for 45-year-old Marcellus Williams

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Rick Brattin
State Rep Rick Brattin (Courtesy of rickbrattin.org)

State Rep Proposes Women Get Notarized Permission For Abortions From The Father

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri Republican is proposing that women be required to get notarized permission from the father to receive an abortion. State Representative Rick Brattin of Harrisonville recently filed legislation requiring a father's consent except in cases of rape or incest

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Traffic Court Issues

ST. LOUIS (AP) — In the aftermath of Michael Brown's death, legal activists suggested that some of the raw anger that erupted in suburban St. Louis had its roots in an unlikely place — traffic court

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