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Biden Congress Government Shutdown (COPY:V1272) <<CAT:Government and Politics>> Biden Congress Government Shutdown-Funding 7 apa328708-Actuality--WHITE HOUSE-(Karine … more
Missouri judge rules 84-year-old man will stand trial for shooting Ralph Yarl, a Black teen who rang wrong doorbell. more
A Missouri judge is expected to rule on whether an 84-year-old white homeowner will stand trial for shooting a Black teenager who went to the wrong home to pick up his brothers. A preliminary hearing … more
One of the reporters who works at the small Kansas newspaper that was raided by authorities earlier this month filed a federal lawsuit against the police chief Wednesday. The lawsuit argues that … more
The federal Medicaid agency says some children may have been wrongly dropped from the government health-care program as states undertake a massive eligibility review. Medicaid rolls swelled across … more
A Missouri Republican wants exceptions to the state's near-total abortion ban. Jamie Corley of St. Louis filed constitutional amendments Wednesday to allow abortions in cases of rape, incest and … more
Kansas City Star. August 24, 2023. Editorial: Need help with Medicaid or kids’ insurance in Missouri? You’ll wait on hold Here’s a sure sign of bad customer service: Long hold … more
Two new laws restricting transgender Missourians’ access to gender-affirming health care and school sports are now in effect. Both laws took effect Monday and expire in 2027. One law bans minors … more
A Missouri judge says a law banning gender-affirming treatments for minors can take effect. St. Louis Circuit Judge Steven Ohmer ruled that the law will kick in Monday, as previously scheduled. … more
A Missouri death row inmate is suing Gov. Mike Parson over the governor’s decision to dissolve a board of inquiry that was convened to investigate the man’s innocence claim. The lawsuit on behalf … more
Two suspects are dead and two police officers have sustained injuries after separate confrontations in Missouri. In the eastern Missouri town of Troy, a man shot a Lincoln County deputy Thursday … more
An investigation continues into the death of a Missouri prison inmate — the third inmate to die at the same lockup this month and the eighth this year. Michael Hudson died Tuesday at a hospital … more
Here are the AP’s latest coverage plans, top stories and promotable content. All times EDT. For up-to-the minute information on AP’s coverage, visit Coverage Plan. … more
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Authorities in Oklahoma and Missouri are investigating whether the BTK serial killer was responsible for other homicides, with their search leading them this week to dig near his former Kansas … more
As the St. Louis mayor pushes legislation that would prohibit “military-grade weapons” on city streets and make it a crime for “insurrectionists” and those convicted of hate crimes to possess … more
Court hearings are underway to determine whether a new Missouri law banning minors from receiving gender-affirming health care will take effect as scheduled Monday. Lawyers last month sued to … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. August 17, 2023. Editorial: State gun laws help, but cross-state trafficking shows need for federal action Illinois’ latest restrictions on semi-automatic weapons, … more
Kansas City Star. August 15, 2023. Editorial: Kansas, give parents a school supply tax holiday. Missouri does it — why not you? Kids across Kansas are returning to school this week. For … more
Here are the AP’s latest coverage plans, top stories and promotable content. All times EDT. For up-to-the minute information on AP’s coverage, visit Coverage Plan. … more
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