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KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud
St. Cloud Winter Nights & Lights Parade Cancelled Due To Cold
With temperatures expected in the neighborhood of ten below, and wind chills in the -35 to -40 range, organizers have cancelled tonight's Santa Fun Run and Winter Nights & Lights Parade in downtown St. Cloud.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Winter Storm causing slick roads, power outages
JONESBORO, AR - A mix of winter weather across northern Arkansas and southern Missouri Thursday night is creating hazardous driving conditions and knocking out power.
Loftin: 'Missouri fits all the pieces'
R. Bowen Loftin speaks at the news conference held to announce his new position as MU Chancellor on Thursday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Austin Chronicle
Every year, there are a few moments in Texas politics when arguments fold over themselves like a runny omelet made by a short-order cook.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Heart Of America Dairy Expo Announced
The Heart of America Dairy Expo, presented by Hiland Dairy Foods, will be January 23-25 2014 at the Ramada Oasis Hotel and Convention Center in Springfield, Missouri.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal
Twenty Years Ago Not on the Internet: Bill Kristol Says: The Better...
Highlights, and Just the Highlights: for those who only want to read the things that I have written that I believe are especially memorable... Economics 24-1: The Financial Crisis and the Little Depression of 2007-2012 : Fall 2011 U.C. Berkeley Freshman Seminar: What Is Happening Across the Wide Missouri? : From DeKalb County Illinois south to St.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Backdoor gun control is here: no lead means no bullets
I am one who steers very clear of tinfoil hat conspiracy theories. I often believe progressives plant stories in order to distract and disrupt, enabling them to pursue their true goals and objectives.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Beer Distribution Law - November 2013
On October 30, Senator Charles Schumer launched a plan to lift the prohibition era ban on shipping alcoholic beverages by way of the United State Postal Service .
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Black widow spiders found in grapes in several states
Halloween may be over, yet it seems that the feared black widow spider is still lurking around.
Older adults don't see as well at home as in the clinic
When older people have their vision tested in a doctor's office, the results might not reflect how well they actually see at home, according to a new study.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Push Medicaid expansion
During last spring's legislative session, Barnes made a genuine and serious effort to develop a Missouri alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
Missouri Retailers Endorse Healthy Eating
An initiative to bring healthier food options to Kansas City, Mo.' s urban core is in full swing with the help of local convenience stores.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Boeing asks for 777x jetliner bids from 'more than a dozen' sites
The Boeing Co. has sent out a formal request for proposals to more than a dozen sites around the United States seeking bids for manufacturing the much-anticipated 777X jetliner, a company official confirmed Saturday.
Tony's Kansas City
TKC Exclusive and Breaking News!!! Kansas City 3RD District at-Large...
Right now we have an important video message from a rising star activist and political contender in Kansas City, Missouri.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Seamon on Implied Consent after McNeely
Richard Henry Seamon has posted The U.S. Supreme Court Sidetracks Idaho's Implied Consent Law on SSRN.
Roses & thorns
The Southwest Missouri Office on Aging is offering help at 417-862-0762 or 1-800-497-0822.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
McCaskill Says Insurance Cancellations Under Obamacare 'Inexcusable, Embarrassing'
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill said today November 13, 2013 that President Obama should've apologized to the millions of Americans whose health insurance was canceled because it failed to meet Affordable Care Act requirements.
Truman's Closet becomes MSA auxiliary
The Missouri Students Association Senate voted to make the program an MSA auxiliary Wednesday night, securing the availability of professional attire and educational services to MU students.
Push Medicaid expansion
State Rep. Jay Barnes, R-Jefferson City, deserves credit for creative thinking about expanding Medicaid eligibility in Missouri.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Pulaski County Daily
Insurance costs cut for 911 staff
An insurance company's decision to stop writing health insurance policies in Missouri led to major cost savings for the Pulaski County 911 agency and its employees.