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Schweich enters 2016 race for Missouri governor
State Auditor Tom Schweich has announced he is challenging former Missouri House Speaker and U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway for the Republican nomination for Missouri governor in 2016. St. Louis Public Radio’s Joe Mannies reported his announcement on Twitter. His announcement ends months of speculation about his political future. Schweich has been viewed for some time […]
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Missouri House GOP leadership discontinues out-of-Capitol hearings
Leadership in the Missouri House Republican Caucus has decided to end the practice of the chamber’s committees meeting outside the Capitol. Speaker John Diehl, Junior, (R-Town and Country) said leadership informed the caucus of that decision this morning. “It was my decision,” Diehl said, adding that he had reached it after consulting with the leadership […]
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Martin Brodeur to retire after winning three games since joining the Blues. Will now join the club’s front office
Goaltender Martin Brodeur will retire with 691 wins and 125 shutouts, which are most in NHL history.  The Blues will hold a press conference at Scottrade Center on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. CT with Brodeur, to announce that the 42-year old will take a job in the Blues’ front office. Brodeur signed a one-year contract […]
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Royals Caravan covers five states starting today, ahead of the Fan Fest which starts Friday in K.C.
Caravan Schedule: GOLD CARAVAN ITINERARY JAN 28 11:00 – 12:00pm Ottawa, KS Sears Hometown Store, 220 South Main Street, Ottawa, KS 1:30 – 2:30pm Emporia, KS Bruff’s Sports Bar & Grill 2640 W 18th, Emporia, KS 5:00 – 6:00pm Wichita, KS Academy Sports + Outdoors 2710 N Maize Rd, Wichita,KS JAN 29 12:30 – 1:30pm […]
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Proposal would add human trafficking survivors to Missouri protection law
A group of bi-partisan lawmakers have proposed legislation meant to help protect Missouri human trafficking survivors.  Secretary of State Jason Kander joined those legislators and members of law enforcement to announce the bill that would add those survivors to Missouri’s “Safe at Home” program. The “Safe At Home” program allows survivors of domestic violence, rape, […]
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