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After the tragic St. Louis school shooting on Oct. 24 where a shooter killed a 15-year-old student and a health teacher, Missouri Democrats vowed to push legislation establishing stricter gun safety regulations. On Thursday — the first day legislators could pre-file bills — state  Rep. David Smith, D-Columbia, filed legislation to prohibit anyone under 20 […]

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Republican Will Scharf, a key player in Gov. Eric Greitens’ brief state administration, will be a candidate himself in 2024, he said Wednesday, but what office he is seeking is uncertain. Scharf issued a news release announcing he’d formed a committee to raise money for a statewide campaign. An attorney, Scharf has spent the past […]

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Central High School senior Gracie Anderson recently signed a National Letter of Intent to join the STUNT team at Maryville University in St. Louis. Anderson is a four-year varsity cheerleader with the Rebels. Also seated are her father Scott Anderson and mother Miakaye Anderson. Standing are…

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