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Kansas City Star. June 29, 2022. Editorial: A Missouri vote on abortion? Conservatives are terrified of what the voters would say In May, weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court discarded the … more
Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday signed a new election law that will require registered voters in Missouri to provide photo identification to cast a regular vote. The law will also give voters a … more
A large Missouri hospital chain briefly stopped providing emergency contraception amid confusion over whether the state’s abortion ban could put doctors at risk of criminal charges for providing … more
The Supreme Court's ruling allowing states to regulate abortion has set off a travel scramble in some parts of the U.S.,  as abortion providers redirect patients to states that still allow the … more
An Amtrak passenger train struck a dump truck Monday at an uncontrolled crossing in a rural area of Missouri killing two people on the train and one in the truck. Others were injured. The crash … more
Kansas City Star. June 24, 2022. Editorial: After abortion ban, do you think Missouri and Kansas right-wingers will stop there? The U.S. Supreme Court — untethered to facts, precedent, the … more
Kansas City Star. June 24, 2022. Editorial: After abortion ban, do you think Missouri and Kansas right-wingers will stop there? The U.S. Supreme Court — untethered to facts, precedent, the … more
The Associated Press is making available the full text of the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning the nationwide right to abortion. Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the final opinion issued Friday that … more
An attorney working as a senior investigator for the U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection will leave the post amid calls urging him to run for a Missouri U.S. Senate seat as an … more
Kansas City Star. June 20, 2022. Editorial: Hunting humans: Ludicrous Eric Greitens hits a new low targeting fellow Republicans Missourians have long been accustomed to boorish behavior from … more
Former Republican U.S. Sen. John Danforth and others are urging a former federal prosecutor who now serves as an attorney for the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection … more
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With record-high gas prices, travelers can save money on summer road trips by considering alternatives. They can plan a trip to U.S. regions with lower-cost fuel, like the Midwest or South. If … more
Kansas City Star. June 11, 2022. Editorial: What role did Hawley, Marshall play in the Jan. 6 DC insurrection? Watch the hearings The House committee examining the riotous insurrection at the … more
Ray Murphy, a member of the Richards School District Board of Education, was elected president of the Missouri School Boards’ Association Sunday, at the conclusion of the association’s … more
A heat advisory was issued Sunday and extended into Monday by the National Weather Service in Springfield, and officials with the agency don’t expect the heat to abate any time soon. The … more
The State Historical Society of Missouri has published a new digital interactive, “Emancipation Day in the Missouri Ozarks,” exploring the significance of June 19 and Aug. 4 to … more
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds the public that driver examination stations statewide will be closed June 20. The closure is to mark the observance of Juneteenth, a federal holiday which … more
Area residents who have made it nearly halfway through June without turning on their air conditioners may be considering a change in practice by Sunday. The National Weather Service long-range … more
Kansas City Star. June 2, 2022. Editorial: If only mental health care will stop gun violence, Kansas and Missouri are way behind One week after an 18-year-old gunman murdered 21 people, … more
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