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Severe thunderstorms to target Missouri to Pennsylvania

After severe thunderstorms wallopped southern Minnesota with large hail Thursday, the threat for severe thunderstorms will shift eastward and cover a more widespread area Friday, AccuWeather meteorologists say. 30 large hail reports were documented across southern Minnesota Thursday. Some of the hailstones that fell were photographed and measured at around...
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DNA Ties 65-Year-Old Unsolved Murder Case To Missouri Man

DNA evidence has solved a 65-year-old murder case. Investigators say DNA has tied two Montana teens’ death to Kenneth Gould, a man who had lived in Alton, Missouri. Gould is accused of the two murders that took place back in 1956. KY3 reports that the two teens were Patty Kalitzke,...
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REO Speedwagon coming to Ozarks Amphitheater July 4

REO Speedwagon’s fans in Camdenton should get ready for a night of great tunes, featuring the band’s massive hit singles, such as "Keep on Loving You," "Take It on the Run," "Can’t Fight This Feeling," and more, as the band is coming to Ozarks Amphitheater on July 4. Tickets are...
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Make A Splash At These 5 Crystal-Clear Lakes In Missouri This Summer

What’s your favorite thing about summer? Catching lightning bugs then setting them free? Leisurely picnics at the park? Or long lazy days at the beach? If you can’t think of a better place to spend a summer day than the beach, you’re in luck. Missouri’s got quite a few of them. These five crystal-clear lakes […] The post Make A Splash At These 5 Crystal-Clear Lakes In Missouri This Summer appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Missouri responds defiantly to Justice Department over gun law

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Missouri's Republican governor and attorney general have told the U.S. Department of Justice that they stand by the state's new law that would ban police from enforcing federal gun rules. Gov. Mike Parson and Attorney General Eric Schmitt wrote in a letter Thursday that they plan...
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The Charming Waterfront Cottages At The Chalets On Table Rock Lake In Missouri Are Calling Your Name This Summer

How’s your summer calendar looking? Starting to fill up or jam-packed already? Before you run out of space on the calendar, start planning a magical summer getaway to the Chalets on Table Rock Lake in Missouri. The popular waterfront resort, which features an assortment of chalets and cottages, promises an idyllic setting for a family […] The post The Charming Waterfront Cottages At The Chalets On Table Rock Lake In Missouri Are Calling Your Name This Summer appeared first on Only In Your State.
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EXPLAINER: Why is Missouri fighting federal gun rules?

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri is clashing with the U.S. Department of Justice over a new law banning police from enforcing federal gun rules. In a letter obtained by The Associated Press, Justice Department officials wrote that state lawmakers went too far with the law and noted that federal law trumps state law under the U.S. Constitution’s Supremacy Clause.
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Body of 14-year-old boy pulled from Missouri lake

MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (AP) — The body of a 14-year-old boy has been pulled from Creve Coeur Lake in suburban St. Louis, authorities there said. A Maryland Heights Fire Protection District search and rescue team found the boy’s body around 8 p.m. Thursday, about an hour after he went under the water and failed to resurface. Officials said the boy was not wearing a life jacket. Authorities did not immediately release the teen’s name.
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Holland Construction Services begins second phase of 121-unit apartment complex in Missouri

Holland Construction Services has begun construction of the second phase of the Sunnen Station Apartment complex near Manchester and South Hanley Roads in Maplewood, Missouri. This four-story, 121-unit apartment community will include an attached 61,000-square-foot two-level parking garage with 187 spaces and indoor/outdoor recreational facilities. Holland completed Phase I of...
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Time Travel To The ’40s At Soda And Scoops On Route 66, An Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain In Missouri

A rush of nostalgia can take us back to days gone by or can give us a glimpse into an era that we never lived through. Soda and Scoops on Route 66 in Missouri allows us to time travel back to the 1940s when soda fountains were as popular as fast food joints are today. Even those of us who weren’t born until decades later will easily get wrapped up in the nostalgia, sipping on a flavored soda, digging into a delicious ice cream treat, and stocking up on old-fashioned candy that we might even remember from our own childhood.
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'Disturbing and unnecessary prank': Body-like object prompts investigation in rural Missouri county

BOLLINGER COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A rural Missouri sheriff’s department is investigating a “disturbing and unnecessary prank.”. The Bollinger County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a possible human body on Bollinger County Road 872 at an area known as the Artesian Well Thursday evening. When deputies, North County Bollinger County Fire Protection District first responders and Bollinger County EMS arrived in the area they found a large piece of plastic tape closed with duct tape. Inside of the plastic were clothes stuffed with trash that was disguised to appear as though it was a human body.
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Missouri public defenders set to hire 53 attorneys with extra funds in state budget

Mary Fox stood before a room full of mostly law-school grads last week to make her case.  “Public defenders are typically warriors, activists or caretakers, and often some of each of those characteristics,” Fox, the director of the state’s public defender system, told them.  “As warriors, we are the attorneys who are in court every […] The post Missouri public defenders set to hire 53 attorneys with extra funds in state budget appeared first on Missouri Independent.
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