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Missouri Gun Sales Increase While Permits Decrease

JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) – Gun sales in Missouri are seeing a spike while the number of permit applications fall, thanks to a new law that no longer requires residents to have a permit when carrying a concealed firearm. 198 more words

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Thousands of Women Prepare to March on Washington, St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – It’s all for equality, and they’re all letting President Donald Trump know the country is watching.

Hundreds of St. Louisans are expected to join a crowd of a couple hundered thousand women in our nation’s capitol Saturday for the Women’s March on Washington, protesting the incoming administration. 240 more words

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Harold’s Turns Two

Harold’s Doughnuts, a local doughnut shop, has become very popular with locals in Columbia and the surrounding area. To thank everyone who has patronized them since their beginning two years ago and to introduce new people to their delicious pastries, Harold’s is hosting a big birthday bash on Saturday, January 21, 2017. 100 more words

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When The God Thing and The Good Thing Diverge, part 1

If you’ve read anything I’ve written in the last month of so, I have been talking about God and process and trust. This is the prelude to all that soul searching. 553 more words

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Alligator Jumps On (And Then Off) Boat In Florida In Terrifying Facebook Live Video

And this is why you don’t get close to alligators.

A couple from Missouri, vacationing in Daytona Beach, Florida, decided to take an airboat tour.  Their tour guide stopped by a muddy river bank: where an alligator was sunning itself.  109 more words

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U.S. Appeals Court Reinstates Suit Over Missouri Alcohol Ads

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – A federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit challenging Missouri regulations that broadcasters and others say illegally limit how they can market alcohol. 375 more words

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Missouri, Illinois Provide Inauguration Tickets to Constituents

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (KMOX) – For supporters the inauguration is a hot ticket to receive.

On Thursday, Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis began giving out 300 tickets to his constituents to Friday’s 45th Inaugural address. 134 more words

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