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President Trump signs Wagner’s sex trafficking bill into law

April 11, 2018

In front of a host of human trafficking survivors and their families, President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a bill that will provide law enforcement and prosecutors the tools they need to obtain justice for human trafficking victims and hold websites that knowingly facilitate sex trafficking accountable. “I want to thank the survivors and families who […]

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Judge issues tentative gag order in Greitens case

April 10, 2018

St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison issued a tentative gag order on Tuesday to all parties involved in the invasion of privacy case against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. Following a motion filed by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner Tuesday afternoon, Burlison said he would sign the order, which would prohibit all parties and attorneys […]

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RELEASE: Governor Greitens announces $100 Million in disaster relief projects

April 10, 2018

Today, Governor Eric Greitens announced plans to administer more than $100 million to disaster-impacted communities across the state. “Recovery is a long-term process, and we want communities across the state of Missouri to know that we are with you every step of the way. We’ve got your back,” said Governor Eric Greitens. “We want to […]

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Special investigative committee deadline extended, Barnes says ‘nothing has changed’

April 10, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The special House committee tasked with investigating the criminal allegations against the Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is extending its deadline. Speaking with reporters on Monday afternoon, Rep. Gina Mitten, one of the two Democrats on the committee, said that the committee’s new deadline would be May 18, saying that the decision […]

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Does the photo exist? The Governor refuses to say

April 10, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Does the photo exist? It’s a question that has been asked since the allegations stemming from a 2015 extramarital affair by Gov. Eric Greitens first rose in January of 2018, but the answers, it seems are still not forthcoming. The Missouri State Capitol was rocked by the news that the Republican […]

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Mistress confirms photo again, asking Governor to accept responsibility for his actions

April 10, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Less than a day after the legal defense team for Gov. Eric Greitens began questioning the credibility of the woman who lies at the center of the allegations against the embattled Republican governor, she is now firing back through her own attorneys. The latest news this week stems from an interview […]

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Keith Mitchell family makes named gift to TRC-Kennett

April 9, 2018

PHOTO: Keith Mitchell and Robbin Mitchell (third and fourth from left, respectively) are recognized by representatives of Three Rivers College for their donation to TRC-Kennett. From Three Rivers are Eric Schalk (from left), Chairman of the Board of Trustees; Kathy Ballard, TRC-Kennett Director; TRC President Dr. Wesley Payne; Dr. Maribeth Payne, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness; and […]

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Chris Dinkins Introduces Amendment to Lower Age Statute for Breast Cancer Screenings

April 9, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State Representative Chris Dinkins introduced an amendment to HB 1252 that will change age statute from 50 years of age to 40 years of age for women to start getting mammograms. Dinkins stated that lowering the recommended age is a preventative measure that will increase early detection of breast cancer.   “The […]

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First Lady breaks silence on scandal, disputes timeline of mistress’ ex-husband

April 9, 2018

Missouri’s First Lady also receives ISA book award for ‘Dictators and Their Secret Policy’ JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — For the first time since the affair between Gov. Eric Greitens and his hairdresser became public knowledge in January, Sheena Greitens has directly addressed the allegations against her husband. In a letter to the House investigative committee obtained by […]

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Young turkey hunters harvest 1,723 birds during youth weekend

April 9, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – According to preliminary data from Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), young turkey hunters harvested 1,723 turkeys during the 2018 spring youth season, April 7-8. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 51 turkeys harvested, Miller with 43, and Maries with 43. Young hunters checked a little over 4,000 turkeys during last year’s youth […]

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