Missouri

WATCH: Dog missing for nearly a year in woods finally reunited with owner

A nightmare missing dog story that began on Thanksgiving, has finally had a miracle ending nearly a year later. See video of the reunion between the owner and her pup on RADIO.COM.
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WATCH: Dog missing for nearly a year finally reunited with owner

A nightmare missing dog story that began on Thanksgiving, has finally had a miracle ending nearly a year later. See video of the reunion between the owner and her pup on KMOX.com
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Voter's life saved by assistant principal, others after collapsing at polling place

A man’s life may have been saved by a fast-acting assistant principal and others who were in line with him to vote on Tuesday in Missouri after he collapsed.
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Funeral home offering free rides to polling places in limousine

If you’ve ever wanted to arrive to your polling place in style, a funeral home in St. Louis County wants to hook you up for free! They’re giving complimentary limousine rides to voters all day.
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Andy Cohen reportedly turns down request to be COVID social media influencer

The governor of Missouri has reportedly called on some celebrities with ties to the state to be social media influencers and spread messages about safety amid the coronavirus pandemic. But apparently, not everyone has accepted the call.
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'These babies are rare': Man lists discontinued Taco Bell tacos for $200 on Facebook

The spicy potato soft taco at Taco Bell is being discontinued, so Bryant Hoban bought three of them, sold two on Facebook, and is protecting the third for “future generations.”
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School installs sign to help boy with autism communicate on playground

The Rockwood School District in the St. Louis area installs a sign with pictures and words to help a boy with autism communicate with classmates on the playground.
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This Home for Sale Comes With an 'Operational' 9-Cell Prison

A home in Missouri for sale comes with an ‘operational’ 9-cell prison. This historic Missouri home built in 1875 is either a worst nightmare or dream vacation spot.
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Lake of the Ozarks Mayor Defends Viral Videos of Crowded Parties

Lake of the Ozarks mayor defends viral videos of huge crowds… He says his town has had 9.1 million – which is more than the previous two years combined.
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19 Students Test Positive for COVID-19 After Missouri Prom, Graduation Ceremony

At a Missouri prom and graduation ceremony, 19 students tested positive for COVID-19. According to a press release from the school, both events were held with CDC guidelines in mind.
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