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"On this date in Missouri history..." something interesting happened and for more than twenty years, Bob Priddy has been telling stories from Missouri's rich past in this series.

"On this date in Missouri history..." something interesting happened and for more than twenty years, Bob Priddy has been telling stories from Missouri's rich past in this series.
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"On this date in Missouri history..." something interesting happened and for more than twenty years, Bob Priddy has been telling stories from Missouri's rich past in this series.

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Missourinet Morning News 3-22-2019

3/22/2019
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More flooding for Missouri and the duck boats in Branson will stay dry this year. Bill Wise reports.

Missourinet Morning News 3-21-2019

3/21/2019
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A controversial Missouri electric transmission line project has taken a step forward. Bill Wise reports.

Missourinet Morning News 3-20-2019

3/20/2019
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More flooding in Northwest and Northeast Missouri causing headaches for farmers. Bill Wise reports.

Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast for 3-19-2019

3/19/2019
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Top stories: A University of Missouri police officer has been fired for a racially-offensive act. Flooding continues to devastate northwest and northeast Missouri towns. Alisa Nelson reports.

Missourinet Morning News 3-19-2019

3/19/2019
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The U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Missouri to promote voting rights, and the Missouri House Speaker reflects on the 2019 session’s first half. Bill Wise reports:

Missourinet Morning News 3-18-2019

3/18/2019
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A new task force will address and report on school safety. Bill Wise reports.

Mid-Missouri judge hears arguments in Hawley subpoena case (AUDIO)

3/18/2019
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A Cole County circuit judge heard about 45 minutes of arguments on Friday afternoon in Jefferson City on U.S. Senator Josh Hawley’s (R) motion to quash an attorney’s subpoena for a deposition. Quash is a legal term, which means to reject. The subpoena involves possible violations of Missouri’s Sunshine Law, when Hawley was attorney general. […]

Missourinet Morning News 3-15-2019

3/15/2019
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The Director of Revenue is resigning. Bill Wise reports.

Embattled Missouri Department of Revenue Director to resign (AUDIO)

3/15/2019
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While the governor’s office hasn’t confirmed it, Missouri House Republican leaders say embattled state Department of Revenue (DOR) Director Joel Walters is resigning. The resignation was first reported Thursday afternoon by the “Columbia Tribune.” House Speaker Elijah Haahr, R-Springfield, and other top House Republicans issued statements on Thursday evening, with Haahr saying that Walters’ resignation […]

Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast for 3-14-2019

3/14/2019
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Top stories: One of the governor’s cabinet members is reportedly stepping down. A major investment is going into the Toyota factory in eastern Missouri. Flooding has prompted a state of emergency in a northwest Missouri county. Alisa Nelson reports.

Missourinet Morning News 3-14-2019

3/14/2019
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One lawmaker says “not so Fast Track” until we fully fund the current college financial aid programs. Bill Wise reports.

Missouri income tax penalty legislation has bipartisan support; Revenue director to testify again (AUDIO)

3/14/2019
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Missouri taxpayers who have been impacted by a withholding issue may be getting some relief. A Missouri House oversight committee heard testimony Wednesday in Jefferson City on legislation from State Rep. Dean Dohrman, R-La Monte, which would prevent penalties for delayed payments on outstanding income tax liabilities for the 2018 tax year. We also learned […]

Missourinet Morning News 3-13-2019

3/13/2019
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The Fast Track adult education program is progressing in the legislature. Bill Wise reports.

Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast for 3-12-2019

3/12/2019
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Top stories: Heavy rainfall is expected in parts of Missouri today and tomorrow. A new group aims to fast track a high-speed tube transportation system. Alisa Nelson reports.

Missourinet Morning News 3-12-2019

3/12/2019
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Sliced bread is heading to the Senate. Bill Wise reports.

“Missouri Sliced Bread Day” bill advances to Missouri Senate (AUDIO)

3/12/2019
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Legislation designating July 7th of each year as “Missouri Sliced Bread Day” was given final approval Monday by the Missouri House in Jefferson City. The bipartisan vote was 139-9. State Rep. Rusty Black, R-Chillicothe, is the bill sponsor. His legislation encourages Missourians to participate in events to commemorate the first sale of sliced bread, which […]

Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast for 3-11-2019

3/11/2019
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Top stories: More than 200 head of cattle have died over the past month in Missouri from nitrate toxins. The Show-Me State makes the sharpest decline in the number of kids enrolled in government healthcare plans. Alisa Nelson reports.

Missourinet Morning News 3-11-2019

3/11/2019
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A new bill could allow police on college campuses and Garth Brooks sells out the Dome in St. Louis. Bill Wise reports.

Missouri House set to debate private college campus security legislation (AUDIO)

3/11/2019
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Legislation that would allow Missouri’s private colleges and universities to employ police officers on-campus is expected to go before the Missouri House in Jefferson City this week, possibly on Monday. College of the Ozarks (C of O) in southwest Missouri’s Point Lookout supports the bill, and the college’s Operation Head for Crisis Management, Kurt McDonald, […]

Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 3-8-2019 for March 8, 2019

3/8/2019
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Top stories: A Missouri man is going to federal prison for a cattle fraud scheme. Severe weather is expected tonight and tomorrow in the Ozarks region. Alisa Nelson reports.