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Gov. Jay Nixon Invites Missouri Lawmakers to Medicaid Discussion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Jay Nixon is proposing a Thanksgiving week meeting with Missouri lawmakers to discuss potential changes to the Medicaid health care system.

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Show Me Honor Flight
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Pledge Your Donation During the Show-Me Honor Flight Radiothon

The Show-Me Honor Flight Radiothon will be held on Thursday, Nov. 7. We’re giving you a chance to help send World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans to Washington D.C. to see their memorials.

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RobFord

Watch Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Admit to Smoking Crack [VIDEO]

Tuesday may have been Election Day in the US, but to our friends in the Great White North it was a day for one notorious politician to speak to voters about a big controversy.

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Chad Stover
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Tipton Rallies Support and Prayers for Injured Football Player Chad Stover

A tragic event happened last Thursday (Oct. 31) in Tipton. Chad Stover, a junior at Tipton High School was injured during a game against Sacred Heart. With minutes left in the game, he suffered a severe head injury and was flown over to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment. People in the area have been pouring out support for Chad and his family.

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K9 Unit
Officer Bill Connor with Gallo (on left) and Officer Travis Lorenz with Charlie

Sedalia Police Chief John DeGonia Talks New K9 Units [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Police Department received two new law enforcement tools last Friday (Nov. 1), and according to Sedalia Police Chief John DeGonia they were put right to work. The two additions to the force are of the furry, four-legged canine variety. Their names are Gallo and Charlie.

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City Council Meeting

Sedalia City Council Expected to Approve Annexation of Cambridge Village

The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall on Monday night (Nov. 4) for its regularly scheduled meeting. The main item on the council’s agenda was a public hearing on the annexation of the Cambridge Village Subdivision adjacent to Skyline Elementary School.

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How Soon is Too Soon for Christmas? [POLL]

So I was shopping for a costume on Halloween, and couldn't help but notice all the Christmas decorations in the stores. That's right, Christmas. In October. Another store in town even had their Christmas stuff up in SEPTEMBER. Christmas has pretty much already taken over Thanksgiving, and it looks like it's getting into Halloween.

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Halloween Candy

Five Reasons You Can Eat Your Kids’ Halloween Candy Without Guilt [OPINION]

Okay, folks.  Halloween has come and gone.  Let's be real here: you know and I know that the candy is SUPPOSED to be for the kids.  But come on, now.  Just as well as I'm sitting here I know that you're not going to let that candy go to waste.  And I know it can be hard to look at those sweet, confused little faces when those kids ask, "Where's my candy?" 

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Trick-or-Treating
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View Our List of Local Trick-or-Treating Events Planned For Tonight

Trick-or-treating may be on the damp side tonight (Oct. 31) with the rain we've received, but there are plenty of Halloween activities still happening. Here is a look at some of the activities planned in the area for kids to do in addition to door-to-door trick-or-treating. 

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Boston Red Sox
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2013 World Series Recap — Red Sox Beat Cardinals, 6-1, To Win Third Title in 10 Years

Shane Victorino had two hits and four runs batted in, and the Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-1, in Boston on Wednesday night to win their third World Series in 10 years.

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