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  • Missouri astronaut to watch wife launch in same space capsule he made historic flight in April 23, 2021
    Missouri astronaut Bob Behnken launched into space last year on a historic mission. Friday morning, the tables will turn. He will watch his wife liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center in the same space capsule he traveled in last year. Behnken and astronaut Doug Hurley were part of the first space launch in history to […]
    Alisa Nelson
  • Parson on departures of DHSS director and COO: “We thought it was the best thing to do – to part ways” April 22, 2021
    Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Director Randall Williams and Chief Operating Officer Drew Erdmann have both resigned. Gov. Mike Parson’s Office announced the resignation of Williams on Tuesday. Shortly after, Missourinet learned that Erdmann also stepped down. During a press conference today at the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City, Parson elaborated on their […]
    Alisa Nelson
  • Cardinals on the wrong end of pitchers duel April 22, 2021
    The St. Louis Cardinals were unable to find the plate in a 1-0 shutout loss to the Washington Nationals. St. Louis starter Carlos Martinez gave up one run over six-innings but couldn’t get any run support as he took his fourth loss of the season. Paul DeJong led the Card’s offense with two hits. St. […]
    Tim Fisher
  • Royals rally to avoid sweep by Rays April 22, 2021
    Salvador Perez singled home the winning run in a two-run ninth as the Royals rallied past the Rays 9-8 in Kansas City. Hunter Dozier, Jorge Soler [[ so-LARE ]], and Carlos Santana all homered for the Royals, who trailed 4-0 in the first inning. Scott Barlow got the win as KC avoided a three-game sweep. […]
    Tim Fisher
  • Missourinet Morning Newscast 4-22-2021 April 22, 2021
    The “Grain Belt Express” and eminent domain are being discussed at the Capitol. Missourinet’s Morning News with Bill Wise
    Bill Wise

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  • Missouri legislators meet with British ambassador, consuls April 22, 2021
    The Friends of the United Kingdom Caucus had its first meeting with British Ambassador Karen Pierce. The post Missouri legislators meet with British ambassador, consuls appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Elise Eaker
  • Parson signs foster care, adoption support bills April 22, 2021
    Gov. Mike Parson gathered with lawmakers and families to sign a pair of bills meant to assist families adopting and fostering children.  The post Parson signs foster care, adoption support bills appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Cameron Gerber
  • A look at how Schmitt has taken on the federal government as attorney general April 22, 2021
    Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.  The post A look at how Schmitt has taken on the federal government as attorney general appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Cameron Gerber
  • Freshmen to Watch: Jo Doll April 22, 2021
    “At the end of the day, I felt like there were a lot of issues that I really cared about and was hopeful that I could make a difference at the state level.” The post Freshmen to Watch: Jo Doll appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Elise Eaker
  • Open Letter: St. Louis business community supports Medicaid expansion April 22, 2021
    "As business leaders, we believe that Medicaid expansion is one of the best economic investments Missouri can make this year." The post Open Letter: St. Louis business community supports Medicaid expansion appeared first on The Missouri Times.
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  • TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! MAYOR Q & WIFE SPOTTED SEARCHING FOR NEW HOUSE OUTSIDE KANSAS CITY 3RD DISTRICT!!! April 23, 2021
    In his rise to power there were quite a few East side African-American matriarchs with a great deal of credibility who constantly sang the praises of then councilman Quinton Lucas. They admired his dedication to his own mother, his educational achievement and his soft spoken confidence. Inner city voters believed he would serve as an […]
  • Kansas City Royals Called Out On Muted COVID Vaxx Strategy April 23, 2021
    Credit to this local fan site for holding the home team accountable for their public health commitment. Here's a peek at important Springtime questions as this town hopes to return to normal . . . Read more: The Royals' silence on COVID-19 vaccinations is disappointingEarlier this month, the Chicago White Sox-the Kansas City Royals' rivals […]
  • J&J COVID Vaxx Pause Cancelled Arrowhead Kansas City Vaxx Part Deux April 23, 2021
    The U.S. rollout vaxx rollout continues to struggle and medical supply chain probs stopped the 2nd round of a local public health push. More deets on J&J troubles . . . Politico: The chaos has disappointed the Biden team, which once argued that the company’s one-dose vaccine would be central to turning the tide of […]
  • Kansas City LGBT Nightlife Survives COVID April 23, 2021
    This isn't the first pandemic this community has been forced to endure. Accordingly, here's a glimpse at local survival skills and the ongoing party amid hard times. Check-it . . . Kansas City Gay Bars Fight To Stay Alive During Pandemic: 'It's The Only Space That We Have'On a typical night at Woody's KC, patrons […]
  • Kansas City Friday News Look April 23, 2021
    Right now hottie Lindsey captures our attention with her Insta selfie goodness as we check pop culture, community news and top headlines. Check-it . . . Cowtown Vaxx ProgressWhere we stand: Interactive maps, charts show COVID-19 cases, vaccination rates for Kansas CityMaps and charts show the impact of COVID-19 in Kansas, Missouri and throughout the […]

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  • Gerard Craft's Bowood by Niche Takes Over Cafe Osage Space April 22, 2021
    New life is being breathed into the restaurant space at Bowood Farms (4605 Olive Street, 314-454-6868) courtesy of a celebrated name in the St. Louis restaurant scene. Bowood by Niche, a new restaurant from acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gerard Craft, will open late this summer in the building's former Cafe Osage space.…
    Cheryl Baehr
  • Mayor Tishaura Jones Takes a Crack at Closing the Workhouse April 21, 2021
    The stubbornly hard-to-kill Workhouse could finally be headed for the end. Mayor Tishaura Jones, on her first full day in office, proposed a new budget that would wipe out funding for the aging jail. "I am proud to begin the process of divesting our city from our expensive arrest and incarcerate model, and pledge to […]
    Doyle Murphy
  • Funny Bone Comedy Club Is Opening a St. Charles Location April 21, 2021
    St. Louis' premier comedy club is expanding out west, and it's bringing the laughs with it. The Funny Bone (614 Westport Plaza Drive, Maryland Heights; 314-469-6692) has been bringing comedy to St. Louisans since 1985, and now it will be bringing them across the river in St. Charles, to a second location expected to open […]
    Daniel Hill
  • Missouri House Expels Republican Rick Roeber, Accused of Child Abuse April 21, 2021
    This story was originally published by the Missouri Independent. Rick Roeber, a Lee’s Summit Republican accused by his adult children of sexual and physical abuse, was expelled from the Missouri House on Wednesday on a 153-0 vote.…
    Jason Hancock
  • A 'Stupid' Plan to Escape St. Louis April 21, 2021
    As adventures go, this one begins inconspicuously. Most of the residents of a quiet street in Dogtown are tucked away in neatly kept bungalows, their cars parked in their driveways on what has become a pleasant Friday afternoon.…
    Doyle Murphy

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  • Missouri astronaut to watch wife launch in same space capsule he made historic flight in April 23, 2021
    Missouri astronaut Bob Behnken launched into space last year on a historic mission. Friday morning, the tables will turn. He will watch his wife liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center in the same space capsule he traveled in last year. Behnken and astronaut Doug Hurley were part of the first space launch in history to […]
    Alisa Nelson
  • Parson on departures of DHSS director and COO: “We thought it was the best thing to do – to part ways” April 22, 2021
    Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Director Randall Williams and Chief Operating Officer Drew Erdmann have both resigned. Gov. Mike Parson’s Office announced the resignation of Williams on Tuesday. Shortly after, Missourinet learned that Erdmann also stepped down. During a press conference today at the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City, Parson elaborated on their […]
    Alisa Nelson
  • Cardinals on the wrong end of pitchers duel April 22, 2021
    The St. Louis Cardinals were unable to find the plate in a 1-0 shutout loss to the Washington Nationals. St. Louis starter Carlos Martinez gave up one run over six-innings but couldn’t get any run support as he took his fourth loss of the season. Paul DeJong led the Card’s offense with two hits. St. […]
    Tim Fisher
  • Royals rally to avoid sweep by Rays April 22, 2021
    Salvador Perez singled home the winning run in a two-run ninth as the Royals rallied past the Rays 9-8 in Kansas City. Hunter Dozier, Jorge Soler [[ so-LARE ]], and Carlos Santana all homered for the Royals, who trailed 4-0 in the first inning. Scott Barlow got the win as KC avoided a three-game sweep. […]
    Tim Fisher
  • Missourinet Morning Newscast 4-22-2021 April 22, 2021
    The “Grain Belt Express” and eminent domain are being discussed at the Capitol. Missourinet’s Morning News with Bill Wise
    Bill Wise

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  • Missouri lawmaker denounced for alleged sex with intern December 16, 2020
    The Missouri House Ethics Committee says a state lawmaker who allegedly had sex with an intern should be punished.
  • Our station is again available on Dish August 31, 2020
    Scripps has reached an agreement with Dish, and all Scripps stations are back on the air for Dish subscribers. We apologize for the disruption in service our viewers experienced and thank them for their loyalty and patience through this period.
  • Truth be Told: Holding campaigns accountable August 31, 2020
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  • DISH subscribers: how to view our content July 25, 2020
    If you are a DISH subscriber and unable to access our station on DISH, please visit scrippsviewerinfo.com for more information.You can also find our local content over-the-air or on your favorite streaming platform.To watch over-the-air, please rescan your TV to pick up our signal using your antenna. Here's how:Click the “menu” button on your remote.In […]
  • Former President George H.W. Bush has died December 1, 2018
    George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States, died on Friday at the age of 94, his family announced late Friday. 

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  • Subway Gift Card Bonus Offer April 21, 2021
    Bargain hunters usually love gift card bonuses and this one from the popular sandwich shop lets them stack up the savings. Through June 30, when you spend $25 on gift cards, enjoy a FREE 6″ sub at participating locations. However, the complimentary sub voucher is not valid until July 1 to Aug. 31.  here is a maximum of four […]
    Amy
  • Free Three Pack of Hallmark Greeting Cards April 21, 2021
    Everyone loves to be appreciated and a handwritten note of thanks goes a long way.  While there are many ways to show you care, sending a greeting card is one of the best ways to let someone special know they’re appreciated and/or loved. And, think how fun it is to find something besides bills or […]
    Amy
  • Rent an RV for Summer Fun and Travel April 16, 2021
    This article was written with contributions by Erica Silverstein of Living on the Cheap.  Sponsored by RVshare.com Rent an RV for summer travel, as extra housing for family and guests, or as a spare office for working from home or on the road. An RV lets you enjoy a much-needed vacation while avoiding crowds and […]
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  • Free Armed Forces Day Celebration at New Century AirCenter April 15, 2021
    Friends in Service of Heroes are hosting a FREE Armed Forces Day celebration at New Century AirCenter on Saturday, May 15, 2021.  From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the public can explore military aircraft and vehicles on display, enjoy live bands and meet Veterans, including members from the 2019 film Above the Best. Admission is […]
    Amy
  • Burger King Buy One Get One for $1 Offer April 13, 2021
    Burger King’s latest promo lets customers enjoy two menu items on the cheap. Enjoy both for yourself or share with friend. For a truly frugal feast, add in value fries and a value soft drink for just a buck each. For a limited time, buy one of the selected menu items and get a second […]
    Amy

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  • Lynn Vandeventer Sentenced for Child Pornography Crimes April 22, 2021
    Johnson County Man, Timothy Lynn Vandeventer Sentenced 10 Years in Federal Prison for Child Pornography Crimes (STL.News) A Johnson County man who was arrested with 110,000 images of child pornography has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah. Timothy Lynn Vandeventer, 55, pleaded guilty to receipt of child […]
    Waqar Nawaz
  • Bradenton: Larome Waiters Convicted Of Possessing Fentanyl April 22, 2021
    Bradenton Man, Larome D. Waiters Convicted Of Possessing Fentanyl With The Intent To Distribute And Being A Felon In Possession Of A Firearm Tampa, FL (STL.News) A federal jury has found Larome D. Waiters (31, Bradenton) guilty of possession of fentanyl and heroin with the intent to distribute and being a convicted felon in possession […]
    Waqar Nawaz
  • Nathanael Zimmerman Charged With Mortgage Fraud April 22, 2021
    Bergen County Man, Nathanael Zimmerman Charged with Mortgage Fraud, Fraudulently Obtaining SBA Loan and Aggravated Identity Theft NEWARK, N.J (STL.News) A Bergen County, New Jersey, man was arrested today on charges of engaging in mortgage fraud, fraudulently obtaining an SBA loan, and stealing another person’s identity information, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced. Nathanael […]
    Waqar Nawaz
  • New York: Akayed Ullah Sentenced For Bombing April 22, 2021
    Akayed Ullah Sentenced To Life In Prison For Bombing New York City Subway Station In 2017 On Behalf Of ISIS (STL.News) Audrey Strauss, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, John C. Demers, the Assistant Attorney General for National Security, William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of […]
    Waqar Nawaz
  • Robeson County: Lynn Gatlin Convicted of Multiple Crimes April 22, 2021
    Robeson County Man, Gary Lynn Gatlin Convicted of Firearm Charges and Assault on Federal Officers NEW BERN, N.C (STL.News) A federal jury convicted a Robeson County man yesterday on multiple firearm charges and for assaulting two federal officers. According to court records and evidence presented at trial, Gary Lynn Gatlin, 50, was charged with a […]
    Waqar Nawaz

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  • Missouri legislators meet with British ambassador, consuls April 22, 2021
    The Friends of the United Kingdom Caucus had its first meeting with British Ambassador Karen Pierce. The post Missouri legislators meet with British ambassador, consuls appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Elise Eaker
  • Parson signs foster care, adoption support bills April 22, 2021
    Gov. Mike Parson gathered with lawmakers and families to sign a pair of bills meant to assist families adopting and fostering children.  The post Parson signs foster care, adoption support bills appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Cameron Gerber
  • A look at how Schmitt has taken on the federal government as attorney general April 22, 2021
    Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.  The post A look at how Schmitt has taken on the federal government as attorney general appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Cameron Gerber
  • Freshmen to Watch: Jo Doll April 22, 2021
    “At the end of the day, I felt like there were a lot of issues that I really cared about and was hopeful that I could make a difference at the state level.” The post Freshmen to Watch: Jo Doll appeared first on The Missouri Times.
    Elise Eaker
  • Open Letter: St. Louis business community supports Medicaid expansion April 22, 2021
    "As business leaders, we believe that Medicaid expansion is one of the best economic investments Missouri can make this year." The post Open Letter: St. Louis business community supports Medicaid expansion appeared first on The Missouri Times.
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