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PHOTO: Reducing emissions from coal-fired power plants will in turn reduce asthma and other diseases linked to poor air quality, and should be of particular benefit to low-income communities, according to the American Lung Association. Photo credit: click/morguefile.com.
PHOTO: Reducing emissions from coal-fired power plants will in turn reduce asthma and other diseases linked to poor air quality, and should be of particular benefit to low-income communities, according to the American Lung Association. Photo credit: click/morguefile.com.

Clearing Missouri’s Air with the Clean Power Plan

By Mona Shand

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - While the country has made some improvements in air quality, the latest State of the Air report from the American Lung Association finds there's still a long way to go.

Supporters of the Environmental Protection Agency's >Clean Power Plan

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Federal Regulators Plan To Hold Public Hearings On Proposed Stream Protection Rule

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Federal regulators plan to hold public hearings in six states on a proposed stream protection rule. The U.S. Office of Surface Mining and Reclamation says the proposed rule overhauls a set of regulations that are three decades old

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See Just Why the Republican Debate Was Such a Lively Affair

The 2016 presidential campaign unofficially got underway Thursday night in Cleveland when 10 Republican hopefuls met in a spirited debate.

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Gov. Jay Nixon
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Governor Jay Nixon Announcing Plans For The State Commission That Oversees Training and Education For Law Enforcement

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Governor Jay Nixon is planning a cross-state trip to announce plans for the state commission that oversees training and education for law enforcement officers. Nixon is scheduled to stop in Kansas City, St

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Sedalia Votes Yes/Yes In Special Election

 

The results are in from the special election.  5.73% of registered voters in Pettis County went to the polls and voted Yes/Yes.  

The Sedalia Sales Tax won with 523 votes in favor, 215 against with a percentage of 70.87%

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Special Election Day: Results

Pettis County has a special election today that deals with two tax issues. The polls opened at 6 a.m and remain open until 7 p.m.

You will be able to see results here, tonight after 7.

 

 

 

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UCM Update

Tonight at 8:00 on KMOS-TV-JFK and LBJ: A Time for Greatness on KMOS-TV.

President LBJ is chiefly remembered for the Vietnam War. But 50 years ago, he engineered two of the most important laws Congress ever passed, the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. This special examines how LBJ tr

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Senator Claire McCaskill Named Hero of Main Street

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill has been named a “Hero of Main Street” by the National Retail Federation in recognition of her support of the retail community’s priorities on international trade, patent reform, health care, tax reform, and workforce policies that work for both employees and employers.
“I’m honor

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Renee Turner
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Renee Turner Named New Programs Director And Chiefs For the Civil Works Inegration Division of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) — Renee Turner has been named the new programs director and chief for the Civil Works Integration Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mississippi Valley Division and the Mississippi River Commission

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351st Missle Wing
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. -- (Left to right) Senior airmen David Wade and Eugene Clark and Staff Sgt. Kevin Gorney, missile maintenance crewmen, perform an electrical check on an LGM-30F Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile in its silo Jan. 1, 1980. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Bob Wickley)

20th Anniversary of 351st Missle Wing Deactivation

A quiet anniversary passed on Friday (July 31). If you were to ask many people around here, they may not be aware of the date, but they would be aware of the days of seeing missle silos, missle convoys across West Central Missouri

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