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Kansas City Star. June 18, 2021. Editorial: How Missouri conservatives’ favorite law could lead to ‘defunding’ Kansas City police If the Kansas City Police Department ends up with less … more
Kansas City Star. June 17, 2021. Editorial: Neglect, indifference by Wyandotte County set the stage for teenager’s near-drowning Wyandotte County had no intention of opening the Parkwood Pool … more
An 82-year-old California man drowned when his canoe capsized on the Current River in south Missouri, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. David Robles, Los Angeles, died Saturday on the river … more
KAMPALA, Uganda — Uganda is tightening its lockdown measures to try and stem a surge in coronavirus infections in the East African country that is seeing an array of variants. The measures … more
Missouri state offices will be closed Friday in honor of Juneteenth, a new national holiday commemorating the end of slavery. The Missouri Office of Administration announced the closures Thursday, … more
CANBERRA, Australia — Australia has raised the age for which the AstraZeneca vaccine is recommended to 60 from 50 after the shot was blamed for a 52-year-old woman’s death last week from blood … more
As cases tumble and states reopen, the potential final stage in the U.S. campaign to vanquish COVID-19 is turning into a slog, with a worrisome variant gaining a bigger foothold and lotteries and … more
LISBON, Portugal — Portugal is experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases, with the government set to review its pandemic rules on Thursday. The European Union country reported 1,350 new cases on … more
The trial of a Camdenton man accused of killing a central Missouri mother and daughter was delayed after a mistrial was declared during jury selection. Steven Ray Ensley, 59, was scheduled to go … more
A child sex abuser from southwest Missouri was sentenced to more than 600 years in prison for 10 felony convictions. The jury that convicted Daniel Franklin, 62, of rural Joplin, in April … more
Kansas City Star. June 12, 2021. Editorial: Parson’s signature on gun bill violates US Constitution, makes Missourians less safe Missouri’s dangerous dance with anti-constitutionalism … more
A woman's body was found near the Kansas River in Kansas City, Kansas, Saturday morning. Wyandotte County Sheriff's department spokesman Capt. Kyle Harvey said the death is being investigated as a … more
A federal appeals court panel on Wednesday blocked Missouri from enforcing a sweeping state abortion law that bans the procedures at or after eight weeks of pregnancy. A three-judge panel of the … more
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas will no longer require students exposed to the coronavirus to quarantine so long as they are fully vaccinated against the virus. Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Tuesday the … more
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to spike in southwestern Missouri, and residents there are being urged to get vaccinated before gathering for Fourth of July … more
Terre Haute Tribune-Star. June 4, 2021. Editorial: Coming up short on air base still a win for Hulman Field Every competition inherently involves winning and losing. The U.S. Air Force has … more
Kansas City Star. June 3, 2021. Editorial: Back the blue? Right. Roy Blunt snubs mother of officer who died after protecting him If shame still existed, Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt would be … more
Today in History Today is Thursday, June 17, the 168th day of 2021. There are 197 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On June 17, 1994, after leading police on a … more
Houston Chronicle. June 3, 2021. Editorial: Failure to lead - the 2021 Texas Legislature in a nutshell If there were any legislative session when Texas lawmakers eschewed politics for serious … more
Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: May 31 The Wall Street Journal on ‘melodrama’ in Texas Legislature: As the Texas legislative session drew near its end … more
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