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  • Grand Jury Verdict sets Ferguson a blaze
    Grand Jury Verdict sets Ferguson a blaze
    It seems the era of Marshall Law is upon us here in America with the wake of what is happening in Ferguson, Missouri. The killing of the young African Teenager by a Ferguson law enforcement officer has brought endless protesting and now an...
  • Grand Jury decision of shooter of Michael Brown
    Ferguson, Missouri Grand Jury did not indict shooter of Michael Brown
    There have been many riots and much police brutality from police in the past few months ever since an unarmed, black teenager, named Michael Brown, was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri. According to a report posted by Fox News which was...
  • Uncertainty in Ferguson
    Uncertainty in Ferguson
    Regardless where you live, regardless of your ethnicity, regardless of your socio-economic status, and regardless of what position you take on the shooting of Michael Brown; the decision will affect all of us. Regardless if the decision to charge...
  • Weights Silver
    Nomination deadline extended for Kansas City's healthiest employers competition
    TheKansas City Business Journalis seeking nominations for Kansas City's healthiest employers for its annual competition, which provides local companies the chance to shine with an award honoring their most outstanding health and wellness...
  • SWAT Team Tasers, pepper sprays homeschoolers
    SWAT Team attacks homeschoolers with Tasers, pepper spray in warrantless raid
    A report published last night on World Net Daily outlines the shocking details of a warrantless raid on a Missouri homeschooling family by a SWAT Team that forced its way into the family's home, Tasered the father, pepper-sprayed the mother...
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    Springfield Public Schools extend benefits to same-sex partners
    As of November, same-sexmarriages can take place in Missouri. That does little for the tension between religious and civil rights groups, but it has set the stage for change.Unlike St. Louis and Kansas City, Springfield has dragged its feet...
  • Missouri Governor Nixon Declares State of Emergency
    Missouri Governor Nixon Declares State of Emergency
    Ferguson has been placed in a State of Emergency by the Governor of Missouri; Jay Nixon as of; 2:00 p.m. Monday, November 17, 2014. According to reports from “The Free Thought Project”; the state of emergency focuses on the protection...
  • Michael Brown and Darren Wilson
    Riots expected in Ferguson, Missouri
    Residents in the area of Ferguson, Missouri are reportedly preparing for what may be riots comparable to the Rodney King riots of the 1990s. At least, that's what the media will have you believe by many of Monday's news reports. That's...
  • Gay marriage: Judge rules Missouri’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional
    Gay marriage: Judge rules Missouri’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional
    Just a day after a judge in the neighboring state of Kansas ruled in favor of same-sex marriage, a federal judge in Missouri ruled the state’s ban prohibiting gay couples from marrying is unconstitutional. The decision was made on Wednesday...
  • Crown
    International Fresh Faces to bring joy with DOUBLE Christmas Pageants in 2014
    International Fresh Faces is currently accepting applications for the Big Crown Pageant Event. On December 6 Poplar, MO will host the Big Crown Christmas Pageant. Contestant's attire can be anything-casual, fancy, or Christmas-inspired. Entry...
  • Billy Long
    Billy Long a no-show at women's voter event
    Billy Long is busy. So busy he blew off a meeting with the League of Women Voters. Candidates Jim Evans and Kevin Craig attended, and engaged in a lively yet civil discussion. Long’s aide said outright that he would not be part of any...
  • Missouri judge rules state’s gay marriage ban violates equal protection clause
    Missouri judge rules state’s gay marriage ban violates equal protection clause
    Just a day after the Supreme Court delayed action to hear gay marriage cases, a state judge in Missouri joined several judges in other states who have ruled against state gay marriage bans. On Friday, the Jackson County judge ruled that the state...
  • Rights 3175web
    Police chief sues to overturn will of the voters, make gun rights 'alienable'
    When Missourians voted overwhelmingly in favor of Amendment 5, which amends the Missouri constitution to state that the right to keep and bear arms in "unalienable," they did so in defiance of the wishes of St. Louis Police chief Sam...
  • Police officer shot in Ferguson
    Police officer shot in Ferguson
    There is still no rest for Ferguson, Missouri, the town where a white police officer, Darren Wilson, shot and killed an unarmed young black man, Michael Brown, on Aug. 9, sparking civil unrest, town curfews and ongoing protests. On the evening of...
  • Biggest upsets in college football in Week 5 of 2014 season
    Biggest upsets in college football in Week 5 of 2014 season
    The following is a list of the biggest upsets that occurred in college football in Week 5 of the 2014 college football season which ended on Saturday, September, 27, 2014. There were a ton of big upsets this week from a point spread view, as seven...