Historic Mississippi River basin flooding forecast

The National Weather Service forecasts major to historic flooding along portions of the Missouri and Mississippi River basins for the rest of this week. The flooding started after a massive late-winter storm hit the Midwest last week. (March 19)

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Gas pipeline explodes in Mo., erupts in flames

Officials are investigating the cause of a gas pipeline explosion during the weekend in central Missouri. The pipeline owned by Dallas-based Panhandle Eastern Pipeline ruptured Sunday morning in Audrain County. (March 4)

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Video shows girl being thrown at Missouri day care

Relatives of a 3-year-old Missouri girl injured at a day care center say they were initially told she was hurt in a fall, but surveillance video shows a woman throwing the girl against a cabinet. (Feb. 28)

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Winter weather hammers US midwest, east coast

Large areas of the U.S. are dealing with winter storms. Snow and ice made driving difficult in Oklahoma and Missouri. Winter weather advisories were issued for cities along the east coast. (Feb. 20)

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School bus topples on icy Missouri road

Surveillance video captured a school bus toppling over on an icy road in Kansas City. Passengers were able to exit safely through the rear door. (Feb. 7)

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The Women’s March Rivalry Is Just The Left Eating Itself (HBO)

In 2017, 4 million people marched in women’s marches across America. The second-biggest march, in New York, was run by a first-time activist, Katherine Siemionko. Eventually, she quit her job at Goldman Sachs to run the non-profit she created, the Women’s March Alliance. This year, Siemionko had to worry about more than march logistics. She had to worry about a rival women’s event, run by the more-famous Women’s March Inc.

But what might superficially seem like a petty turf war is actually about a broader debate within progressive politics, over intersectionality, and what role race and ethnicity should play in the direction of the women’s movement.

Siemionko is relatively new to the women’s movement. She remembers being in business school at St. Louis University in Missouri and seeing a workshop called “Shattering the Glass Ceiling.” She didn’t get it.

“All my friends were like, ‘You have to go.’ And I was like, ‘I don’t know what a glass ceiling is,’” Siemionko says. “I remember reading what a glass ceiling was and thinking, ‘That’s because women can’t negotiate.’ … Boy was I wrong.”

Her experience on Wall Street began to open her eyes. “I had men reporting to me making double my salary. And it was a hard journey for me to realize that women in this country don’t have equal rights.”

In a way, Siemionko embodies a debate within feminism over intersectional feminism, the idea that there’s no universal experience of being a woman, but that oppression based on class, race, disability, sexuality all interact. Siemionko doesn’t think that way. “The moment you say you’re white, therefore, you are racist… I can’t say ‘You’re black, therefore,’ ‘You are Latino, therefore’… we are all one. We have to stop looking at each other as skin colors.”

Even so she’s deeply aware of how her words are perceived.

“Your speech is inhibited by this concept that any words you say may offend somebody, and we have to get over that. We have to say look we’re doing the best that we can,” Siemionko says. “I have to be careful with my wording because it will get picked apart. That’s the society we live in. I cannot speak my thoughts. I have to filter them.”

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Officer rescues kitten from middle of Missouri highway

(4 Jan 2019) A Missouri police officer has a furry sidekick after making a rescue on an interstate highway. North Kansas City officer Jason Smith was patrolling on December 20 when he rescued a kitten perched on a barrier dividing the busy road. (Jan. 4)

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Missouri woman’s tiny home stolen

(18 Dec 2018) A St. Louis-area woman has lost her tiny home after she says thieves stole it last Saturday. Meghan Panu told KMOV-TV that she spent $20,000 and two years building the home. (Dec. 18)

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Missouri police investigating bomb discovery

(10 Dec 2018) Missouri authorities called in the bomb squad Monday after a state fire marshal’s investigator discovered what may have been a live pipe bomb. (Dec. 10)

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Midwest snowstorm closes schools, grounds flights

(26 Nov 2018) Hundreds of flights have been canceled after a snowstorm blanketed much of the Midwest. Schools in parts of Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Illinois called off Monday classes. At least 7 inches fell in Rockford, Illinois. (Nov. 26)

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