Missouri Senate gets off to rocky start over rules dispute

The Missouri Senate is off to rocky start to its new session because of a dispute over rules
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Missouri seeks volunteers for Christmas bird count

The Missouri Department of Conservation is asking experienced birders for help with an upcoming Christmas bird count
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Missouri teacher suspended after student dresses as Klansman

A southern Missouri school district has suspended a teacher who oversaw a class presentation in which a ninth-grader dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan
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Missouri teacher suspended after student dresses as Klansman

A southern Missouri school district has suspended a teacher who oversaw a class presentation in which a ninth-grader dressed as a Ku Klux Klan member
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Missouri teacher suspended after student dresses as Klansman

A southern Missouri school district has suspended a teacher who oversaw a class presentation in which a ninth-grader dressed as a Ku Klux Klan member
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Friday's Scores

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Friday's Scores

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Friday's Scores

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Friday's Scores

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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Missouri House Speaker Richardson to become Medicaid chief

Missouri House Speaker Todd Richardson will be leaving the Legislature early to become director of the state's Medicaid program
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The Latest: Richardson to focus on Medicaid health costs

Missouri House Speaker Todd Richardson will be leaving the Legislature early to become director of the state's Medicaid program
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Missouri House Speaker Richardson to become Medicaid chief

Missouri House Speaker Todd Richardson will be leaving the Legislature early to become director of the state's Medicaid program
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Missouri House Speaker Richardson to become Medicaid chief

Missouri House Speaker Todd Richardson will be leaving the Legislature early to become director of the state's Medicaid program
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Trump tariffs put Missouri Senate candidate Hawley in a bind

A Missouri nail manufacturer suffering under President Donald Trump's steel tariffs is putting Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley in a bind between support
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Missouri governor calls special legislative session

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says he is calling state lawmakers into special session next month to consider bills he vetoed on science education and expanding drug
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Missouri man caught in fight between bulls, badly injured

A southeast Missouri man remains hospitalized nearly two weeks after he was badly injured when he got stuck in the midst of a fight between two bulls
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Correction: Statehouse Anti-Gay Candidate story

Correction: Statehouse Anti-Gay Candidate story
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Missouri man charged with shooting detective in standoff

A southeast Missouri man has been charged with shooting a detective who was among officers attempting to arrest him
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Suspect shoots officers in Poplar Bluff; both are OK

A police detective and an official with the U.S. Marshals Service are recovering after being shot by a suspect in southeast Missouri
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What's the Difference Between Stuffing and Dressing?

In the ultimate ranking of Thanksgiving sides, many will agree that stuffing comes out on top. But you might have heard this irresistible dish referred to as" d
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Burger King Is Taking the Impossible Whopper National

On April 1, Burger King began testing the Impossible Whopper, a meatless version of its regular Whopper. We' re talking lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, mayo an
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Burger King Is Testing an Impossible Whopper in Missouri

Burger King is taking a page out of White Castle' s book with its own, much bigger Impossible Burger. On April 1, the fast food chain will begin testing the Imp
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Taco Bell Is Testing a New Churro Doughnut

Taco Bell will begin testing a new Churro Donut in select restaurants around Kansas City, Missouri, from April 4 through early May. In an email, a spokesperson
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