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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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Missouurinet 7 a.m. News 5-21-2018

5/21/2018
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Top Stories: Several school districts in the Kansas City area have sent notes to parents about the Netflix show ’13 Reasons Why over its alleged glamorization of suicide. The Park Hill district recommended parents keep children from watching the program, of which Netflix released the second season this weekend. And a battle over Governor Eric Greitens use of private attorneys to […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. 5-18-2018

5/18/2018
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The Missouri legislature has passed an income tax reduction. The rate would be sliced from 5.9% to 5.5.% beginning next year. The Senate has passed a bill to raise the motor fuel tax from $0.17/gallon to $0.27/gallon over a period of four years, with an annual increase of two and one-half cents per gallon. The House will […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-17-2018

5/17/2018
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Top Stories: One person was killed when a St. Charles County police cruiser west of St. Louis hit a pedestrian who was crossing Interstate 70 late last night. The 36-year-old officer with 12 years of experience was evaluated on scene but was not taken to the hospital. And the Missouri Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would place new […]

Razer: new Warrenton I-70 interchange highlights MoDOT funding issues (AUDIO)

5/17/2018
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A state lawmaker says a new I-70 interchange being built in eastern Missouri’s Warrenton highlights the need for more funding for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). Voters in Warrenton have approved two citywide sales tax increases to fund a new interchange there. State Rep. Greg Razer, D-Kansas City, addressed the issue on the Missouri […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-16-2018

5/16/2018
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Top Stories: The Missouri Senate passed a measure to reduce the state’s income tax from 5.9 percent to 5.5 percent starting next year. The stripped down version of a much more far-reaching tax overhaul in the House will have to go back to the lower chamber for approval before it reaches the governor. And police are investigating a stabbing […]

Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 5-15-2018

5/15/2018
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Top stories: A new accusation has surfaced about the governor’s alleged use of campaign donations. A state legislator says a “known racist” started the Right-to-work movement. Alisa Nelson reports.

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-15-2018

5/15/2018
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Top Stories: The felony invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens has been dismissed. But meanwhile, a Missouri House committee investigating the governor has issued more subpoenas.

Skoglund’s effort wasted by lack of offense

5/15/2018
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Eric Skoglund gave up RBI singles to Matt Duffy in the first and sixth innings as the Royals lost 2-1 to the Rays at Kaufmann Stadium. Skoglund went seven-and-two-thirds, but fell to 1-and-3 with the tough-luck loss. Whit Merrifield’s hit a solo homer for the Royals’ lone run. All Skoglund came away with was an […]

Missouri House committee investigating Greitens issues more subpoenas; Hanaway says Barnes plays politics (AUDIO)

5/15/2018
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The chairman of the bipartisan Missouri House committee investigating Governor Eric Greitens (R) announced on Monday in Jefferson City that the committee has issued more subpoenas. House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight Chairman Jay Barnes, R-Jefferson City, notes Greitens for Missouri Legal Counsel Catherine Hanaway criticized the committee’s May 2nd report about the Mission Continues […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-14-2018

5/14/2018
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Top Stories: High School Students were shaken after a suspected drunk driver slammed a van into a school bus headed home from a track meet Saturday in Lone Jack, east of Kansas City. Two adults and 16 students had to be taken to area hospitals after that bus rolled onto its side during the crash. And a 19-year-old Aurora […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-3-2018

5/3/2018
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Top Stories: Stone County deputies in southwest Missouri are trying to find a woman who has been missing since April 22. 20-year-old Hailie Jo Spears was last seen by her family four-days earlier. And a new report from the House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight revealed that as a candidate Eric Greitens had donor lists from two other campaign operations […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-2-2018

5/2/2018
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Top Stories: State troopers responded to a drowning at Elephant Rocks State Park in eastern Missouri’s Iron County yesterday. The victim is identified as 24-year-old Rashad Moungo of St. Louis. And the Missouri House voted to legalize medical marijuana by a 112-44 margin yesterday. The measure, which will next go to the Senate, is partially a response to ballot […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 5-1-2018

5/1/2018
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Top Stories: A Columbia man in mid-Missouri has pleaded guilty to an investment fraud scheme. Federal prosecutors say 78-year-old Billings Chapman, who owned Federal Financial Services, and had a stake in Checkmarc USA, lied to investors, and used their money for himself. And a Seymour man in southwest Missouri has won more than $5 million in a case against BNSF Railway […]

Koenig testifies on legislation cutting Missouri’s corporate income tax rate (AUDIO)

5/1/2018
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Legislation that would cut Missouri’s corporate income tax rate could be voted on later this week by the House Ways and Means Committee in Jefferson City. State Sen. Andrew Koenig, R-Manchester, testified Monday before the committee. His bill would reduce Missouri’s corporate income tax rate from 6.25 to 3.5 percent. “I believe this will make […]

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 4-30-2018

4/30/2018
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Top Stories: Six separate shootings left two people dead and five people injured throughout the City of St. Louis Sunday evening. Police do not believe the shootings are connected. And A woman is now accused of first-degree murder as part of a mid-Missouri homicide investigation in Holts Summit. Prosecutors charged Amy Steward Saturday after police found the body of 67-year-old David […]

Cuthbert goes deep twice, Whit comes up clutch in the 8th as Royals slip past Sox (AUDIO)

4/30/2018
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Cheslor Cuthbert homered twice and drove in four runs as the Royals clipped the White Sox 5-4 in Kansas City. Cuthbert hit a solo-shot in the fourth inning and added a three-run bomb in the fifth as the Royals stormed ahead. Whit Merrifield put K.C. up for good with an RBI single in the eighth. […]

Reaction after Pirates pitcher flirts with perfection against the Cardinals (AUDIO)

4/30/2018
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Nick Kingham carried a perfect game into the seventh in his big league debut as the Pirates shutout the Cardinals 5-0 and swept the three-game series at PNC Park. Kingham was perfect until Paul DeJong’s two-out single in the seventh. DeJong says Kingham was sharp. Kingham struck out nine and did not walk a batter […]

Thousands of Missourians expected to participate in Saturday’s national drug take back day (AUDIO)

4/28/2018
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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) says Saturday’s national drug take back day is an opportunity for you to clean out your medicine cabinet and get rid of old medicines. “We don’t want those medications getting into the wrong hands, those unused medications,” DHSS Division of Regulation and Licensure Director Dean Linneman […]

Prisoner convicted of 1987 killing of Missouri sheriff wants parole (AUDIO)

11/1/2017
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A prisoner who’s been incarcerated for 30 years for killing a southwest Missouri sheriff says he’s ready to be released. 50-year-old Brent Debler is serving a life sentence for second degree murder, for the July 1987 killing of Cedar County Sheriff Charles LaRew. Current Cedar County Sheriff James “Jim Bob” McCrary made the three-hour drive […]

Duration:00:03:57

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 11-01-2017

11/1/2017
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Top Stories: It was all about the evidence in the courtroom for the second day of Craig Wood’s murder trial in Springfield. The jury yesterday heard from several officers who collected evidence surrounding Hailey Owens’ murder. Hailey’s mother, Stacy, was visibly upset and avoided looking photos of clothing Hailey was wearing when abducted that appeared on a […]

Duration:00:02:54

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