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Missouri ‘Blue Book’ Could Return to Print

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri "Blue Book" is a page closer to marking its return to paper.

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Black Bear Track
This black bear track was found Wednesday in Vernon County by Conservation Agent Justin Fogle. Missouri Department of Conservation photo

Black Bear Confirmed in Vernon County

Nevada, Mo. – A black bear is wandering in rural Vernon County in west central Missouri. Several residents in the Walker community northeast of Nevada have reported seeing the bear. Conservation Agent Justin Fogle confirmed the sighting by finding bear tracks in a corn field on Wednesday, June 5.

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CNN

Brutal Weather Tears Through Midwest Again, Killing ‘Storm Chasers’ Trio, 10 More

A series of tornadoes hit Oklahoma Friday night, killing at least 13 people and leaving many more missing, without homes or stranded. Other storms and flooding also hit Arkansas and Missouri, and remnants of that severe weather moved east all the way to New England, where 19,000 are still without power on Monday morning.

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Governor Jay Nixon
mo.gov

Governor Jay Nixon Declares a State of Emergency for Missouri

Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in Missouri as a widespread severe weather system continued to move across the state, bringing heavy rain, hail, straight-line winds, flooding and radar-indicated tornadoes. This severe weather follows several days of heavy rain throughout much of the state, leading to flooding along many streams and rivers. The severe weather threat continues tonight (June 1) in parts of Missouri, and is likely to continue tomorrow for much of the state.

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Harry S Truman State Park
mostateparks.com

Four Missouri State Park Beaches Temporarily Closed for Water Quality Issues

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Four state park swimming beaches have been temporarily closed for water quality issues, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

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High Schooler Busted After Changing Fellow Student's Name in Yearbook
Columbia Police Dept.

Missouri High Schooler Changes Student’s Name in Yearbook to Lewd Term, Gets Arrested

Missouri high school student Kaitlyn Booth probably thought she was pulling off the mother of all pranks when she changed a fellow student's last name to an offensive term in the school's yearbook, but now the joke's on her. Booth has been arrested and could be charged with a felony.

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National Weather Service

Tornadoes, Huge Hail Batter Midwest, Plains States; More to Come

On Sunday, at least 25 tornadoes pummeled states across the Midwest and Great Plains. At least two people died in the storms. Even more harsh weather, and not just tornadoes, is set to hit much of the rest of the country on Monday.

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“Missouri” “Missourah” Poll

Is it pronounced "Missouri" or "Missourah"?  Tell us what you prefer in our poll!

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Downtown Kansas City
downtownkc.org

Kansas City Hosts 160th Birthday Celebration

The City of Kansas City, Mo., will celebrate the year of its 160th birthday today (Mar. 28) from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the City Hall Rotunda, 414 E. 12th St. Remarks from Mayor Sly James, City Manager Troy Schulte and members of the City Council will begin at noon.

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Winter Storm Watch Issued for Pettis County, 6″-10″ of Snowfall Expected This Weekend

The National Weather Service in Kansas City/Pleasant Hill has issued a Winter Storm Watch in effect from Saturday evening (Mar. 23) through Sunday evening for portions of eastern Kansas and Western Missouri, including Pettis County.

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