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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — For years, callers with out-of-state area codes couldn’t connect with Missouri’s toll-free hotline to report cases of potential child abuse and neglect, an issue advocates worried could discourage good Samaritans and mean some kids might not get the help they need. It took a phone call from Missouri’s first lady…

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    Updates previous story: ST. LOUIS (KTRS) Missouri Gov. Greitens has issued a stay of execution of Marcellus Williams, convicted of murder of former Post-Dispatch reporter Lisha Gayle in 1998. The governor appointed a board of inquiry to review Williams’s case in light of recent DNA evidence. The board will be made up of retired Missouri judges.…

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    Washington, MO  (KTRS)  Millions of people from around the country turned out for the much anticipate 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. Washington, Missouri attracted visitors from as far away as France to view this cosmic wonder. The reaction from the visitors was one of awe and amazement. Jason Boles of Lake Sherwood, Missouri called it magnificent,…

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    Updates previous story: ST. LOUIS (KTRS) Missouri Gov. Greitens has issued a stay of execution of Marcellus Williams, convicted of murder of former Post-Dispatch reporter Lisha Gayle in 1998. The governor appointed a board of inquiry to review Williams’s case in light of recent DNA evidence. The board will be made up of retired Missouri judges.…

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    ST. LOUIS (KTRS) Former Missouri U.S. Senator John Danforth says he’s concerned about the future of the Republican Party in the era of President Trump. Senator Danforth, who retired from the Senate in 1995, wrote an opinion column that appears in Friday’s edition of the Washington Post. On the McGraw Show, Senator Danforth worried that there’s…

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    WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump plans to make a public push to overhaul the nation’s tax system next week in Springfield, Missouri. The White House says the president will be making the stop in southwest Missouri on Wednesday to begin selling his administration’s calls to change the tax system. Administration officials have said Trump…

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    JEFFERSON CITY (KTRS) Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is weighing in on the Facebook post controversy involving a state representative. Gov. Greitens says Osceola Republican Rep. Warren Love should not be in office after posting on Facebook that he hoped whoever vandalized a Confederate monument in Springfield is found and hanged. Greitens in response to Love’s comment…

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens said Thursday that a fellow Republican state lawmaker should not be in office after posting on Facebook that he hoped whoever vandalized a Confederate monument in southwest Missouri is found and hanged. Greitens on Twitter condemned the comment by Rep. Warren Love, who in a Wednesday…

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Some Democrats say they want to reverse changes in a new Missouri whistleblower law that excludes state employees and public college and university workers from protections against being fired for speaking out against misconduct. Supporters of the law say their goal was to allow safeguards already outlined in court rulings…

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  • St. Charles, MO  (KTRS)  Hundreds of new jobs are coming to the Show-Me-State. On Wednesday, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens toured two companies in the Kansas City area and one in St. Peters to announce the plan to create a total of 856 jobs among these businesses. Those companies are Rosnet and Spring Venture Group, both…

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says his administration is overhauling the state’s jobs training program and creating a customer service platform targeted at economic development. Greitens in a Friday announcement said the initiatives are aimed at strengthening the economy and growing jobs. The Department of Economic Development is launching what’s called…

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    ST. LOUIS (AP) The number of licensed abortion clinics in Missouri has grown from one to two and third clinic is expected to begin taking appointments soon. Planned Parenthood Great Plains received a license to book appointments for nonsurgical abortions at its Kansas City clinic and consultations are expected to begin Sept. 18. The organization also…

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Five retired judges will lead an inquiry into the death penalty case of Marcellus Williams. Gov. Eric Greitens appointed the board of inquiry Tuesday to consider whether Williams should be executed for the 1998 death of former St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Lisha Gayle. Greitens issued a stay of execution in…

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    JEFFERSON CITY (AP) Finding the money for Missouri’s prescription drug monitoring program is causing debate in Jefferson City. During a July visit to Express Scripts in St. Louis, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens announced the program. It’s designed to analyze prescription and dispensing data as a means to catch overprescribing of addictive medications. Greitens made the move…

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    Jefferson City, MO (KTRS)  A new initiative is underway to combat human trafficking in Missouri. Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley held a press conference on Tuesday morning at the Missouri Chamber of Commerce in Jefferson City, where he announced the formation of the Business Council. This is a coalition of Missouri businesses committed to fighting…

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    ST. LOUIS (KTRS) Former Missouri U.S. Senator John Danforth says he’s concerned about the future of the Republican Party in the era of President Trump. Senator Danforth, who retired from the Senate in 1995, wrote an opinion column that appears in Friday’s edition of the Washington Post. On the McGraw Show, Senator Danforth worried that there’s…

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    WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump plans to make a public push to overhaul the nation’s tax system next week in Springfield, Missouri. The White House says the president will be making the stop in southwest Missouri on Wednesday to begin selling his administration’s calls to change the tax system. Administration officials have said Trump…

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Sixteen public safety responders and two civilians have received the Missouri Medal of Valor and four new Department of Public Safety awards. Gov. Eric Greitens presented the awards and also declared Saturday Missouri Public Safety Officers Recognition Day. The Medal of Valor is the state’s highest award recognizing public safety…

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri senator has unveiled a plan to restore budget cuts affecting services for the elderly and disabled. Republican Sen. Mike Cunningham released the proposal Friday. It’s aimed at finding money for services by limiting a tax break for low-income seniors and disabled renters. It would cap the renters’ tax…

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    By JIM SALTER, Associated Press ST. LOUIS (AP) — From stricter laws to public service campaigns and pleading electronic road signs, states have a message for the drivers clogging the inside lanes of the nation’s highways: Get the heck out of the way! Few things infuriate drivers more than a car or truck in a highway’s…

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