Kansas City votes on removing MLK’s name on street

After nearly a year of debate that included charges of racism on one side and claims city officials bypassed rules on the other, Kansas City, Missouri, residents will decide on removing Martin Luther King Jr.’s name from a historic boulevard. (Nov. 5)

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Armed man arrested at Missouri Walmart

Springfield police have identified the man who caused a panic at a Walmart store in Springfield, Missouri. Police say 20-year-old Dmitriy Andreychenko was carrying a rifle and wearing body armor at the store on Thursday, causing shoppers to flee. (Aug. 9)

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Impact of Brown’s death still felt in Ferguson

Five years after Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, the town has seen changes but some residents wonder if enough has been done. (August 8)

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Questions in Mexican national’s arrest in Missouri

A Missouri woman is asking questions after immigration officers smashed a car window while arresting her boyfriend — a Mexican national — in front of her and their children. The woman recorded the arrest and posted video on Facebook ( July 24)

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Missouri QB Kelly Bryant Learns New Offense

Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant discusses transition to new program after transferring from Clemson. (jULY 15)

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Missouri rejects abortion clinic’s license renewal

Missouri’s only abortion clinic loses its license to perform the procedure, though it remains open at least temporarily under a judge’s order (June 21)

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This Sports Network Is Trying to Uncover the Next Superstars Through Viral Videos

Overtime is a digital media network best known for their viral videos of rising basketball players like Zion Williamson, Zaire Wade, and Bronny James.

To date, the company has raised $35 million, including investments from NBA stars like Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony, and former commissioner, David Stern.

Overtime doesn’t track scores or stats. Instead, they focus on building the personal brands of promising players – ones with as much personality as skills on the court.

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Woman drives car into pool in Missouri

Authorities say a 93-year-old woman headed to a water exercise class drove her car into an indoor pool in central Missouri on Tuesday. (June 20)

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Roadblock in bid to repeal Missouri abortion ban

Republican Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft says the state Constitution prohibits a referendum on Missouri’s new eight-week abortion ban. The ACLU submitted a referendum petition on the legislation. (June 6)

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Official: Safety prioritized over abortion access

A Missouri health official says patient safety takes priority over access to abortion after a judge holds another hearing on a lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood to allow the state’s only abortion clinic to keep its license. (June 5)

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Flooding in Arkansas, Missouri causes woes

Pine Bluff, Arkansas is preparing for record-breaking floods, while communities in Missouri are piling up sandbags as another round of flooding strains levees. (June 4)

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Missouri subpoenas clinic doctors amid legal fight

A judge is considering whether to force doctors from Missouri’s only abortion clinic to testify in a legal fight over the its license, while anti-abortion protesters demonstrate outside the facility. (June 4)

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Mo. Gov. Parson: Floods happening more often

The swollen Mississippi River is straining levees, snarling traffic and forcing people from their homes as it approaches record levels. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson toured flooded areas Monday in the northeast part of the state. (June 3)

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Missouri clinic can keep doing abortions

A judge has issued an order allowing Missouri’s only abortion clinic to continue providing the service. The judge ruled Friday, just hours before the St. Louis Planned Parenthood clinic’s license to perform abortions was set to expire. (May 31)

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Protests as court weighs fate of Missouri’s sole abortion clinic | AFP

Hundreds of pro-choice protesters rally in St. Louis the day before the state’s only remaining abortion clinic could close its doors. The case between the Planned Parenthood-operated clinic and the Missouri Department of Health is currently in court and will be decided by midnight on Friday, when the facility’s license is due to expire, making Missouri the only state without a single abortion clinic.

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St. Louis judge hears Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit

A judge in St. Louis will determine whether to grant a request from Planned Parenthood for a temporary restraining order that would stop the state from allowing the license for Missouri’s only abortion clinic to lapse. (May 30)

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday May 28th: A swarm of tornadoes tore across Indiana and Ohio; Missouri’s only abortion clinic may close; hospital bombed in opposition held Idlib, Syria; and a rare all white panda was photographed in China. (May 28)

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Crews converge on neighborhood struck by tornado

Crews are working to clear debris and restore power to neighborhoods in Jefferson City, Missouri, damaged by a devastating tornado (May 24)

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Missouri residents try to sleep despite no power

Some residents of Jefferson City, Missouri, who lost power when a tornado rampaged through their neighborhood are trying to get some sleep after making it through the day, and now into the night, without power. (May 24)

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Missouri residents begin to clean up after tornado

Residents in Jefferson City, Missouri began cleaning up debris as the day passed on Wednesday after a large and destructive twister moved over the city shortly before midnight.

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Here’s the latest for Thursday, May 23: Missouri authorities checking on residents after tornado; Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump trading words; Wikileaks founder facing more charges; American Taliban released from prison.

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Safety, Power issues top priorities in Missouri

Keeping residents and their properties safe is among the top priorities officials are facing after a tornado tore apart buildings in Missouri’s capital city as part of an overnight outbreak of severe weather across the state. (May 23)

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Missouri storm survivor: ‘I thought we were dead’

The large tornado that moved over Jefferson City, Mo., before midnight heavily damaged buildings, including the home of survivor Larry Jett who thought he would die in the storm. (May 23)

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Tornado flattens Jefferson City car dealership

A car dealership in Jefferson City, Missouri suffered extensive damage after a tornado tore through the capital city as part of an outbreak of severe weather across the state overnight. (May 23)

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Here’s the latest for Thursday May 23rd: Violent tornado hits Jefferson City, Missouri; Evacuations in Oklahoma due to floods; Pentagon has plans for more troops in Mideast; Man rescued from ledge of burning building.

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