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Chiefs’ all-time leading scorer discusses Super Bowl …

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Former Chiefs Kicker Nick Lowery weighed in on current Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker, the Mahomes legacy and what the Phoenix area looks like this week ahead of the big game.

Missouri lawmakers work on bill to fight distracted …

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Currently, only Montana and Missouri don't have laws against cell phone use while driving. Some Missouri lawmakers are trying to change that.

Hotel of Terror might have to move

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Hotel of Terror might have to move

Lebanon voters to decide fate of recreational marijuana …

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Recreational marijuana sales are in full swing across Missouri, but these sales could be coming to a halt in some cities. In Lebanon, city council members just approved a bill to allow voters to ban recreational marijuana sales in the city. This ballot question will be posed to voters in Nov. 2024: "Shall the City of Lebanon ban all non-medical microbusiness dispensary facilities and comprehensive marijuana dispensary facilities from being located within the City of Lebanon and forgo any additional related local tax revenue?" If 60 percent of voters say yes, it will go through. Blue Sage Cannabis dispensary in Lebanon was just approved to start selling recreational marijuana. "There is a demand for access to safe cannabis," said CEO of Show-me Organics Boston Dickerson. "If we don't fill that gap within the city limits of Lebanon, people will just go outside of the city limits and get this cannabis and bring it back to Lebanon. It's not like they are keeping it completely out of the community, even if this ban would go through." The city council also just recently decided to put a marijuana sales tax question on the upcoming April election ballot. It would add a three percent sales tax on all retail sales of recreational marijuana sold in the city. Funds would help the police department and drug abuse prevention. Despite that, city officials said they wanted to give voters the option to stop recreational sales because Amendment 3 to the Missouri Constitution was not passed by the voters of Laclede County. "I'm not for marijuana being legal, recreationally," said one voter. "It wouldn't bother me to ban it." The vote cannot happen until 2024 because it is a rule that it must be done on a presidential election year.

Ozark Police urges public to avoid area while officers …

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A large police presence is at the scene of an investigation in the 2300 block of W. Petrus Circle in Ozark.

Convoy of Hope pushed back from entering Turkey, …

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Convoy of Hope is trying to send help to earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria, but the governments are keeping them out.

Leonard Taylor execution happening today

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The man convicted of murdering his girlfriend and her three young children in Jennings is set to be executed for the crimes Tuesday night.

City council discusses purchase of Hammons Field

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At the city council meeting Monday night, there was a debate on whether or not the city government should purchase Hammons Field.

The death toll continues to rise after the powerful …

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The death toll continues to rise after the powerful earthquake in Turkey. 

Man arrested after Springfield home invasion

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According to Lt. Nelson Kibby with the Springfield Police Department, police responded to 3080 W. Calhoun St. after a report of a man who had forced his way into a home.

Recreational marijuana starts in Springfield

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The deadline for dispensaries' requests for licenses to sell recreational marijuana is today, but many shops have already been selling.

NAACP’s community discussion on police brutality

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Five days after Tyre Nichols was laid to rest people in the Springfield community came together to reflect on what happened in Memphis. 

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Leonard Taylor execution happening today

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Man arrested after Springfield home invasion

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Recreational marijuana starts in Springfield

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NAACP’s community discussion on police brutality

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