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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

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Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-14-18

2/14/2018
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Top Stories: The debate continues over whether or not St. Louis Board of Alderman should allow people in the city to legally possess up to two ounces of marijuana without legal consequences. KMOV reports there was disagreement at a Tuesday night board meeting over whether the state could override. The bill’s sponsor says she hopes the bill will free up St. […]

Duration:00:02:57

Transportation is a top priority for Missouri Municipal League (AUDIO)

2/14/2018
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Legislation to increase Missouri’s gasoline tax for transportation has the backing of the Municipal League. The Missouri Municipal League (MML) represents about 650 municipalities across the state. Missouri’s 21st century transportation system task force chairman Kevin Corlew, R-Kansas City, spoke to more than 240 municipal leaders Tuesday afternoon in Jefferson City. The MML is holding […]

Duration:00:03:29

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-13-18

2/13/2018
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Top Story: A Missouri House committee is still tracking progress within the state’s prison system after a scandal last year revealed a culture of fear, intimidation and retaliation among employees and more than $7 million in lawsuit payouts.

Duration:00:02:58

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-12-2018

2/12/2018
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Top Stories: Republican State Representative Elijah Haahr of Springfield is one of roughly 20 elected officials from around the country traveling to Washington, D.C., as part of President Donald Trump’s unveiling of his infrastructure plan. The News-leader reports Haahr will be advocating for the completion of the Interstate-49 corridor between Arkansas and Missouri. And An immigrant living in Missouri says her family […]

Duration:00:02:58

Porter Jr. hopeful on his return to the #Mizzou lineup. Says he’s ready to go if he’s cleared by doctors next week

2/9/2018
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Why read what others are saying about Michael Porter Jr? Watch him right here #Mizzou fans#MIZ Watch on #Periscope https://t.co/kPyB6crdMl — Bill Pollock (@missourisports) February 9, 2018 Michael Porter Jr. says he feels fine. In fact, it is the best he has felt in a long time. When he meets with his doctors next week, […]

Duration:00:00:28

NHL Commish on All-Star game. “When St. Louis gets the game…not if”

2/9/2018
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NHL commissioner Gary Bettman was in St. Louis on Thursday before the Blues game with the Colorado Avalanche. Speaking with Blues play-by-play announcer Chris Kerber for a KMOX-AM podcast, Bettman said it was just a matter of time before the city hosted an NHL All-Star Game. The city already proved to the NHL that they […]

Duration:00:00:50

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-9-2018

2/9/2018
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Top Stories: The Kansas City School District confirms no student were hurt when one of its buses was struck by bullets yesterday afternoon. Police say they received word of a gun battle between two cars. KMOV reports one person from each vehicle received non-life-threatening injuries in during the incident. And the Missouri Senate finally gave initial approval to utility legislation […]

Duration:00:02:59

Mixed emotions for Kim Anderson in his first game back at Central Missouri “It was cool…I’m glad it’s over” (AUDIO)

2/8/2018
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A buzzer beater from senior Spencer Reaves gave No. 25 Central Missouri Mules Basketball a win over former coach Kim Anderson as the Mules survived a late second half rally by the Pittsburg State Gorillas in an 87-85 final. Coach Anderson said it was cool to return, but also felt a little trying to get into […]

Duration:00:00:46

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-8-2018

2/8/2018
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Top Story: A man was killed and another injured when an argument escalated into gunshots at a sports bar in Florissant, near St. Louis yesterday afternoon. Police say two men began to leave the bar, but then returned and were shot by the man they they were arguing with, after he pulled out a gun and opened fire. The shooter […]

Duration:00:02:55

Missourinet 7 am Newscast 2-7-2018

2/7/2018
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Special Election results and the balance of power in the Missouri Legislature. Jason Taylor reports

Duration:00:02:59

Blues throw out a clunker against the Wild

2/7/2018
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The St. Louis Blues jumped out to a 1-0 lead early, but the Minnesota Wild scored the next six goals in a 6-2 win at Scottrade Center. Marcus Foligno snapped a 1-1 tie in a three-goal first period for Minnesota. Mikko Koivu put Minnesota up two with a power-play tally. Jason Zucker and Eric Staal […]

Duration:00:00:32

MoDOT warns about additional snow and ice that will impact Missouri on Tuesday (AUDIO)

2/6/2018
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The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is urging you to slow down Tuesday, with additional snow and ice heading to the Show-Me State. MoDOT spokesman Matt Hiebert tells Missourinet precipitation should begin falling in mid-Missouri Tuesday afternoon. “What we’re (MoDOT) urging people to do is to drive for the conditions,” Hiebert says. “We want them […]

Duration:00:02:45

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-6-2018

2/6/2018
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Top Stories: Widespread snow is likely Tuesday afternoon and evening with heavy bands of snow showers possible in central Missouri extending from Kansas City eastward. Snowfall amounts between 1-3 inches are possible, with the largest accumulations north of I-70. And a Senate committee could vote soon about whether to restore protections for government employees who report inappropriate behavior in the […]

Duration:00:02:59

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

2/5/2018
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Top Stories: The Missouri Highway Patrol responded to hundreds of accident calls Sunday, including one on Interstate 44 involving dozens of vehicles and a fatality. One person was killed in a chain reaction crash in which the Highway Patrol reports 50-to-100 vehicles slammed into each other. Missourinet media partner KOLR-TV reports at least 20 people were […]

Duration:00:02:57

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

2/2/2018
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Top Stories: Police have identified the man who was shot to death Thursday afternoon at a mobile home park in southwest Springfield. Officers say 38-year-old Kenneth Clark is dead after witnesses reported four unidentified men had entered his home with bandannas covering their faces. And a Catholic priest in eastern Missouri’s Farmington has been told by immigration officials to leave the […]

Duration:00:02:55

Matthiesen: West Lake “is the number one issue to the people of Bridgeton, Missouri” (AUDIO)

2/2/2018
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A Missouri lawmaker whose district includes the West Lake landfill in eastern Missouri’s Bridgeton is praising EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s proposed remedy. Pruitt says the plan, which is called “Excavation Plus”, will excavate and will remove within five years all of the radioactive material that poses a risk to public health. State Rep. Mark Matthiesen, R-Maryland Heights, […]

Duration:00:05:50

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 2-1-2018

2/1/2018
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Top Stories: The Missouri Times reports several Senators filibustered the chamber last night for hours after news came that Governor Greitens had withdrawn three of his appointment to a commission that held a controversial vote to end tax credits for developers of low-income housing. If the Senate returns the name of the appointees to Greitens, he could reappoint them without […]

Duration:00:02:58

Missourinet 7 a.m. News 1-31-2018

1/31/2018
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Top Stories: Stover police in west -central Missouri have arrested 19-year-old Matthew Underwood after officers were made aware of possible threats against school students. KMIZ reports Underwood admitted to police that he had researched school shootings and was considering going to the Stover School and shooting kids and teachers. And Jefferson City Police say a reported terroristic threat at a […]

Duration:00:02:58

Missouri Congressmen Smith and Clay disagree on the State of the Union (AUDIO)

1/31/2018
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Two key Missouri Congressmen have differing views on the economy and on President Donald Trump’s (R) State of the Union Address Tuesday night in Washington. U.S. Rep. Jason Smith, R-Salem, says the United States and Missouri are better off today than a year ago. Smith also serves as the House Republican Conference Secretary. “If […]

Duration:00:06:44

#Mizzou players spit on by USC fans after Sunday’s game (AUDIO)

1/30/2018
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Multiple sources confirmed that Missouri players were spit on at the conclusion of Sunday evening’s basketball game between the Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, SC. The rivalry is one that has been growing between two programs who play a similar style of physical basketball. Sunday’s game reached a boiling […]

Duration:00:00:54

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