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Dow falls 800+ amid worries about global resurgence in COVID-19 c...

Resurgent pandemic worries were knocking stocks lower from Wall Street to Sydney on Monday, fueled by fears that faster-spreading variants of the virus may upend the economy’s strong

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A saint's footsteps, a monk's handiwork,...

The grottos are constructed out of Missouri tiff rock, and visitors are able to leave ... The Rev. Aaron Nord, adjutant judicial vicar of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, writes: “Shrines are special places where people come on pilgrimage to pray.

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Volunteers participated in Clean Green S...

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Saturday, April 3, was the first day for Clean Green Springfield, the city’s community-wide clean-up and beautification efforts. Volunteers went out to pick up trash around Springfield in hopes of making Springfield the cleanest city ...

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Homeless encampments in Kansas City becoming a dangerous situatio...

Homeless encampments at City Hall and Westport may soon be removed but some volunteers say those living there won’t leave.

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Dallas Woman Gets 5 Years for Butt Injec...

A Dallas woman has been sentenced to five years in prison for causing a nightclub dancer’s death by performing an illegal cosmetic butt injection on her in Missouri.

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How Many Times Have The Kansas City Chie...

The Kansas City Chiefs might just be the NFL’s next great dynasty. The defending champs face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday in Super Bowl LV, looking to join the ranks of the greatest all-time teams.

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Coyote population doubled in the last year; more being spotted ar...

St. Louis, Missouri (KMOV) — More coyotes are being spotted in the St. Louis area. A local animal expert said the coyote population doubled in the last year and with no main predators ...

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This Election Could Decide St. Louis’s F...

The four candidates vying to replace outgoing Mayor Lyda Krewson are each promising to build a better St. Louis, and in a little over a week, voters will decide which visions they endorse.

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Missouri extends deadlines after most me...

Missouri marijuana companies were supposed to be operational within a year of getting their licenses. Most aren't.

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Natural Grocers™ Brings Organic And Natural Groceries And Free Nu...

Natural Grocers, the nation's largest family-operated natural and organic grocery retailer, announces the opening of its Jefferson City, MO location, scheduled for Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Located at 3535 Missouri Blvd.

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Prep Roundup: Cavaliers, Warriors, Couga...

Top-seeded Thomas Jefferson and No. 2 McAuley Catholic won their boys semifinal games on their home floors Tuesday night in the Class 1 District 7 Tournament. The victories advance the Cavaliers (18-5) and Warriors (9-15) to the championship game at 8 p.

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Competition is on for fifth spot in Card...

The St. Louis Cardinals have just one rotation spot left for a handful of pitchers who prefer to start over working out of the bullpen.

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Missouri vs. Texas A&M: How to watch NCA...

Missouri 3-3 This Saturday, the Missouri Tigers are hoping to patch up the holes in a defense that has allowed an average of 37.5 points per game. They have the luxury of staying home another week and will welcome the Texas A&M Aggies at noon ET Oct.

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Here were Southwest Missouri's Oct. 15 high school football top p...

If you want your favorite athlete to be recognized, email News-Leader sports reporter Wyatt Wheeler at [email protected]

Missouri’s medical marijuana sales hit o...

This weekend marks the anniversary of the state’s first sales of medical marijuana.Those associated with Missouri’s medical cannabis industry said they have seen “exponential growth” and are anticipating an even more robust 2022.

Wellness
Texas A&M at Missouri by the numbers: Ag...

Texas A&M and Missouri will square off in an SEC football game at 11 a.m. CDT Saturday at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri.

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Messenger: Missouri has an award-winning cybersecurity team. Why ...

Leaders of the Chief Security Officers Awards honored Missouri in 2017 for examining state websites looking for vulnerabilities.

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Missouri city honors Black doctor whose ...

Historically, urban renewal and eminent domain have separated hundreds of thousands of African Americans from their property and locked them out of generational wealth. But a newly dedicated park outside St.

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Missouri State, ranked 10th, is off to a...

Ranked 10th in NCAA Division I, the Missouri State men’s soccer team kicks off the second half of its Missouri Valley Conference schedule at 2 p.m. Sunday when it hosts Southern Illinois University Edwardsville at Allison South Stadium.

National News
Daily Crunch: Missouri governor threatens to prosecute local jour...

The United States is a large nation with many smart and many less-smart people. A story from the latter category ended up in our wheelhouse when a state governor decided that a journalist pointing out security flaws in an official website was malicious hacking.

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Missouri governor vows criminal prosecut...

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson during a press conference on Feb. 5, 2021. // Courtesy of Missouri Governor’s Office On Tuesday, a reporter with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch alerted the state that Social Security numbers of school teachers and administrators were vulnerable to public exposure due to flaws on a website maintained by Missouri’s department of education.

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Delivery issues, not food shortages, are...

At the height of the harvest, the Missouri Farm Bureau president says the supply chain problems are even affecting small school systems

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TAAT™ Adds 19 U.S. Wholesalers in 60 Days, Adding Distribution in...

Picture 1 In the past 60 days, the Company has added 19 new distributors in the United States, who have contributed to the rapid growth of the Company’s store count which recently surpassed 1,200 stores within just ten months of the initial launch of TAAT™ in December 2020 LAS VEGAS and VANCOUVER,

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Missouri father of one of Cassidy Rainwa...

By ANGIE RICONO, GREG MILOTA, CYNDI FAHRLANDER Click here for updates on this story KANSAS CITY, Missouri (KCTV) — The missing persons case of Cassidy Rainwater has grabbed national attention. It’s heartbreaking for those who know her well.

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Popeyes and Megan Thee Stallion Kick Off...

Popeyes has unveiled a special collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, and the first order of business is a brand-new hot sauce.

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Trick-or-Treaters With Special Needs: An...

How to make sure all the kids, especially those with special needs, enjoy Halloween night.

Wellness
TikTok Hack Claims to Remove the Taste of Alcohol

The latest TikTok hack sees users adding a small amount of baking soda, a pinch of salt, and some water to vodka or tequila, and having it remove the taste of alcohol!

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Halloween Isn’t the Only Horrifying Holi...

Whether you’re naughty or nice, we’ve discovered that Christmas has a serious dark side. Let’s set aside that warm and cozy fireside scene and take a look at the horrifying side of Christmas.

Local Culture
4 'Squid Game' Masks for Your Last-Minut...

Did you love the Korean horror thriller, "Squid Game?" Check out these inexpensive masks that will have you looking like you're part of the show.

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Former US president Bill Clinton in hospital

Former US president Bill Clinton was in hospital with an infection on Thursday, a spokesman for the 75-year-old said. Doctors said Clinton was responding well at the center in Irvine, California. The infection was not connected to the coronavirus.

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7 Wild Conspiracy Theories We Can't Stop...

We can't get enough of it. Portals to another dimension, lizard people, hoaxes, and secret government spying made our list.

Local Culture
Friday Office Cocktail: Aviation Cocktai...

The OCN Drinks crew is serving up something purple, pretty, and powerful in support of Domestic Violence Awareness month.

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Easy DIY Halloween Costumes You Can Make at Home

Here are a few ways you can whip up a creative costume with stuff from around the house or your local thrift store.

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2022 Awards Season Schedule: Oscars, Emm...

The 2022 awards season is just around the corner, and we've got the list of dates you're gonna want to keep in your back pocket as things start to roll out—even as early as this October!

Entertainment
Dunkin's Brewed Up a Frightful New Bever...

The Peanut Butter Cup Macchiato will have you saying "trick-or-treat"!

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Nostradamus' Predictions for 2021 Include an Apocalypse, Famine, ...

Nostradamus has made many predictions about the future of humanity and he predicted 2021 will be worse than 2020. These predictions included a global famine, asteroids, a devastating earthquake, and a Zombie Apocalypse.

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