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MAN CHARGED IN KILLING OF KCK OFFICER

ONE MAN HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH MURDER AND VARIOUS OTHER CRIMES WHILE ANOTHER MAN IS FACING MULTIPLE CHARGES STEMMING FORM THE SHOOTING DEATH OF KANSAS CITY, KANSAS POLICE OFFICER CaptAIN Robert

TARKIO SEARCH LEADS TO ARRESTS

THREE TARKIO RESIDENTS NOW FACE CHARGES AFTER LAW ENFORCEMENT FOUND GUNS AND DRUGS AT A RESIDENCE. 27 YEAR OLD DAKOTA BOMAR AND 30 YEAR OLD DALYON BOMAR ARE NOW CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF A

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INDIANS TORCH ROYALS 11-4

JASON KIPNIS, TYLER NAQUIN AND THE CLEVELAND INDIANS WASTED NO TIME IN GETTING A LEAD AND THEN EXPANDING IT QUICKLY IN AN 11-4 WIN OVER THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS IN THE RUBBER GAME OF THEIR THREE GAME

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  • Dicamba crop injury investigated in SE Missouri July 22, 2016
    The Missouri Department of Agriculture is investigating more than 100 complaints of herbicide damage from mostly dicamba, and in a few cases 2-4-D, in four southeast Missouri counties. The department’s Judy Grundler testified Thursday before the Missouri House Appropriations Committee on Agriculture, saying there are reports of damage to soybeans and other crops… “We also […]
  • Continued concern with herbicide resistance weeds July 21, 2016
    Herbicide-resistant weeds continue to be a growing concern across the Midwest. Iowa State University Extension crops specialist Joel DeJong says part of the problem is a lack of new weed-killing chemistries. He says the last new family of herbicides was introduced in the 1980’s. “It’s kind of scary because we’ve had lots of new products […]
  • Senate passes GMO labeling bill July 8, 2016
    On a vote of 63 to 30, the U.S. Senate has passed the GMO labeling bill. The bill preempts state laws requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods and establishes a federal mandatory disclosure system. In floor debate leading up to the final vote, Senate Agriculture Committee chair Pat Roberts stressed that GMOs do not […]
  • Cattle buyer inquiry was light July 6, 2016
    Cattle buyer inquiry remained light on Wednesday afternoon with DTN reporting just a few bids in Kansas at 119.00, and Nebraska at 192.00. Asking prices are not well defined, but some producers have priced ready cattle around 125.00 in the South, and 200.00 to 205.00 in the North. Buying interest is not expected to increase […]

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  • Adams blast in the 16th sends Cardinals to fifth straight victory July 23, 2016
    The St. Louis Cardinals walked-off for the second straight game as Matt Adams homered in the 16th to lead the Cardinals to a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers at Busch Stadium Friday night. The Cardinals, not winners of five straight, walked off with a win Thursday in the series finale wtih San Diego. […]
  • Royals early offense just enough to help Duffy down Rangers July 23, 2016
    Single runs in the first three innings propelled the Kansas City Royals on to a 3-1 series opening victory over the Texas Rangers at Kauffman Stadium Friday night. Eric Hosmer got the scoring started for KC driving in Alcides Escobar in the first. Whit Merrifield would then drive Alex Gordon home in the second. Cheslor […]
  • Clinton chooses Missouri native as VP July 23, 2016
    U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D-Virginia) is Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s choice for vice president. Kaine is a Kansas City native and 1979 graduate of the University of Missouri. Some Missourians are praising Clinton’s pick, including Missouri Democratic Party chairman Roy Temple. “Obviously Tim Kaine is a Mizzou grad. That makes him particularly interesting to […]
  • Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 7-22-2016 July 22, 2016
    Top story: A state lawmaker says a comprehensive gun rights expansion bill might not have enough votes to override the Governor’s veto. Alisa Nelson reports.

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