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On World AIDS Day, New Mexico activists say more money is needed for prevention; ND farmers still navigate corporate land-ownership policy maze; Unpaid caregivers in ME receive limited financial grants.

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken urges Israel to protect civilians amid Gaza truce talks, New York Rep. George Santos defends himself as his expected expulsion looms and CDC director warns about respiratory illness as flu season begins.

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Congress has iced the Farm Bill, but farmer advocates argue some portions are urgent, the Hoosier State is reaping big rewards from wind and solar, and opponents react to a road through Alaska's Brooks Range, long a dream destination for hunters and anglers.

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Missouri Lawmakers Renew Push For Internet Sales Tax

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some state lawmakers and small-business owners are renewing their efforts in the upcoming legislative session to require the …

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Is New "Everything Tax" Proposal Wrong for MO?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After all the holiday shopping, having a little more disposal income may sound like a good idea, and there's a proposal about to …

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New Years Resolution: Fit Kids Start With Fit Families

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Youngsters don't often make New Year's resolutions, but considering that about 32-percent of children are overweight, parents may …

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Reducing the Stigma Surrounding Suicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The recent suicide of well-known Kansas City TV meteorologist Don Harman has many people shining a light on the growing national …

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Missouri Parents Push for National Anti-Bullying Law

ST. LOUIS - Some Missourians are helping to build support for national anti-bullying legislation which defines specific categories of at-risk …

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MO Reproductive Health Advocates: Teens Caught Up in Politics

ST. LOUIS - Reproductive-health advocates are scratching their heads over the secretary of Health and Human Services' veto of the Food and Drug …

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Occupy Our Homes: MO Groups Join National Day of Action

ST. LOUIS - The Occupy Wall Street movement estimates about one in four homeowners in America is underwater in their mortgage, meaning they owe more …

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House GOP Proposes Cuts to Sex Ed, Women's Health Programs

ST. LOUIS - In the name of balancing the federal budget, House Republicans have proposed cuts for teen pregnancy prevention programs, slashing …

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Giving Thanks All Year Long

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 'Tis the season for giving thanks, but for children, the focus is often more on what they may get than give. Many parents may be …

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MO Teens Spend a Homeless Night to Raise Awareness

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Many teenagers spend hours surfing the web, but the reality for some of their peers is hours of "couch surfing," moving from …

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