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Nevada, MO

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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

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English


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Missourinet 7 a.m. News 9-22-2017

9/22/2017
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Top Stories: Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders references recent unrest in St. Louis during his Thursday visit to Westminster College in mid-Missouri’s Fulton. And a bipartisan group of six state lawmakers from the Kansas City area agree on what the problem is with the selection process to build a new airport terminal. They had wanted […]

Duration: 00:02:54


Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 9-21-2017

9/21/2017
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Top stories: More protesting is underway in St. Louis. U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders stresses democracy at home and abroad during a speech today in Missouri. Alisa Nelson reports.

Duration: 00:02:57


(AUDIO) Listen to Bernie Sanders’s full speech at mid-Missouri college

9/21/2017
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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, speaks to a crowd of about 1,300 people today at Westminster College in mid-Missouri’s Fulton. Listen to the entire speech:

Duration: 01:00:42


Missourinet 7 a.m. News 9-21-2017

9/21/2017
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Top Stories: A wide range of high-profile celebrities and politicians have been part of the long awaited grand opening of the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield. It’s the vision of Bass Pro Shops founder and CEO Johnny Morris, who says outdoor enthusiasm has a long lineage in the U.S. And The Missouri […]

Duration: 00:03:00


More Missouri school districts going to four-day weeks (AUDIO)

9/21/2017
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The number of Missouri districts going to school four days a week has increased from 15 to 18 in the past year. State Rep. Bill Reiboldt, R-Neosho, tells Missourinet he’s received excellent feedback on four-day weeks, especially in rural areas. “I’ve had opportunities to talk to a lot of people from teachers to administrators to […]

Duration: 00:05:54


Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 9-20-2017

9/20/2017
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Top stories: There’s more protesting going on in the eastern part of the state. Missourians prepare to feel the Bern. Alisa Nelson reports.

Duration: 00:02:57


Missourinet 7 a.m. News 9-20-2017

9/20/2017
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Top Stories: St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson said yesterday that the city’s interim police chief’s comments after a third night of protesting were “inflammatory”. A few hours after more than 100 people were arrested Sunday night, Interim Chief Lawrence O’Toole said at a news conference that police “owned tonight.” And a Missouri state trooper who was convicted of […]

Duration: 00:02:59


Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 9-19-2017

9/19/2017
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Top stories: The State Board of Education has approved a proposed budget for the next fiscal year. A sentence has been handed down to a state patrol trooper in connection with the drowning death of an Iowa man. Alisa Nelson reports.

Duration: 00:02:57


Missourinet 7 a.m. News 9-19-2017

9/19/2017
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Top Stories: St. Louis Police used a technique called kettling Sunday night to box in about 100 people at a busy downtown intersection and arrest them for failing to disperse. It’s a tactic used to corral a group of people who fail to follow police orders. The action was taken after several windows were broken and concrete […]

Duration: 00:02:59


Missourinet 7 a.m. News 9-18-2017

9/18/2017
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Top Stories: Peaceful protesters say they’re concerned violence and vandalism taking place in St. Louis following a controversial court decision will be associated with them. Latasha Bell, who said she was at the protests after the Michael Brown shooting, thought an incident where someone climbed on top of a police SUV and smashed its windshield […]

Duration: 00:02:54


Missouri Highway Patrol assisting St. Louis Police and protecting interstates (AUDIO)

9/15/2017
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The Missouri State Highway Patrol is assisting St. Louis Police, after a judge acquitted a former St. Louis police officer charged with murder. St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson found Jason Stockley not guilty of first degree murder and armed criminal action, for the December 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith during a police […]

Duration: 00:03:03


Missouri House Budget Chair Fitzpatrick: “We’re going to work on a solution” (AUDIO)

9/15/2017
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Top Republican leaders in the Missouri Legislature have announced a cooperative effort to try to preserve in-home and nursing care for more than 8,000 disabled Missourians. Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard, R-Joplin, and House Speaker Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff, want the two chambers to develop a funding solution to preserve the care. House Budget […]

Duration: 00:05:42


Missourinet Mid Day News 9-14-2017

9/14/2017
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Republican leadership is hoping for a special session if they find the money for in-home and nursing care. Bill Wise reports.

Duration: 00:00:59


Missourinet Noon News

9/13/2017
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Kicking Maria Chappelle-Nadal out of the Senate is not likely to happen. Bill Wise reports,

Duration: 00:00:59


Proposed Missouri bill would raise age of juvenile court jurisdiction (AUDIO)

9/13/2017
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A Missouri lawmaker will pre-file legislation in December to raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction. Missouri’s Joint Committee on Justice System heard testimony Tuesday in Jefferson City on State Rep. Nick Schroer’s proposal to raise the age. The O’Fallon Republican testifies that Missouri currently prosecutes all 17-year-olds as adults, regardless of the crime. “The […]

Duration: 00:02:21


Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 9-12-2017

9/12/2017
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Top stories: A Missouri legislative committee is considering solutions for both sides in a potential statewide expansion of charter schools. The U.S. Education Secretary will pay a visit to Missouri. Alisa Nelson reports.

Duration: 00:02:57


125 Missouri linemen traveling to Florida and Georgia to assist utility crews with Hurricane Irma (AUDIO)

9/12/2017
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About 125 Missouri linemen representing 20 electric cooperatives are heading to Georgia and Florida Tuesday afternoon, to assist communities in the path of Hurricane Irma. Association of Missouri Cooperatives Vice President Jim McCarty says Show-Me State linemen have been working hurricanes since 2004’s Hurricane Ivan. “I know I can speak for those co-ops involved in […]

Duration: 00:04:09


Missourinet 7 a.m. News 9-12-2017

9/12/2017
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Top Stories: Some passionate discussions are likely to unfold today during a legislative committee hearing at the Missouri Capitol about a possible statewide charter schools expansion. Chairman David Wood of Versailles hopes a workable solution can be found that all sides can live with. And Missouri’s Electric Cooperatives are sending 155 linemen to Georgia and Florida […]

Duration: 00:03:00


Longtime Missouri lawmaker Mike “Coach” Lair’s funeral is Tuesday in Jefferson City (AUDIO)

9/12/2017
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A longtime Missouri lawmaker who championed education will be laid to rest Tuesday in Jefferson City. Former State Rep. Mike Lair, R-Chillicothe, served in the Missouri House from 2008 to 2016. The 71-year-old Lair died last week. Lair is being praised by former State Rep. Genise Montecillo, D-St. Louis, who served with Lair for six […]

Duration: 00:06:38


Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 9-11-2017

9/11/2017
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Top stories: Victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks are remembered today worldwide, including in Missouri. Hikers make a grizzly discovery in eastern Missouri. Alisa Nelson reports.

Duration: 00:02:55

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