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TRUMP’S MUSLIM BAN: FROM SIMPLE CLARITY TO CONFUSION

By JILL COLVIN

Associated press


NEW YORK (AP) — From the moment he first declared it, the plan has been a signature of his campaign for president: “Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.”... Read more

No raise for teachers

NEELYVILLE TO DEFICIT

SPEND FOR SCHOOL REPAIRS

 

MLB

WAINWRIGHT BATTERED EARLY IN LOSS TO ROYALS

Supreme court on

Texas restrictions

RULING MAY NOT

OPEN DOOR FOR NEW ABORTION CLINICS

AUSTIN (AP) — Abortion providers celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court striking down major Texas abortion restrictions Monday also acknowledged a daunting reality: Women aren’t soon likely to see new clinics replace the about 20 abortion facilities lost since 2013... Read more

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


NEELYVILLE — Neelyville Public Schools on Monday approved a fiscal 2017 budget with some deficit spending and without a raise for teachers... Read more

MISSOURI GOV. JAY NIXON

By DAVE SKRETTA

Associated Press


KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright was left to lament the two outs he kept failing to get... Read more

CELLPHONE POLICY CHANGED

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


NEELYVILLE — Neelyville Public Schools has changed its cellphone policy in the wake of safety and other concerns. The school will now return confiscated phones to a parent at the end of the school day... Read more

STATE

COUPLE BILKS MISSOURI CASINO OF $300,000

CLAYTON (AP) — An eastern Missouri husband and wife are accused of stealing more than $300,000 from a casino after finding a technical glitch in the casino’s system... Read more

Sponsors vow to attempt override

SWEEPING GUN RIGHTS BILL VETOED BY GOV NIXON

By SUMMER BALLENTINE

Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY  (AP) — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a gun measure Monday that would allow the concealed carry of firearms without a permit and expand residents’ right to stand and fight against perceived threats — a move that could set up a battle with the Republican-controlled Legislature... Read more

ABORTION RULING PUTS MISSOURI LAW IN QUESTION

By SUMMER BALLENTINE

Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY  (AP) — A U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday that struck down some Texas abortion regulations also could mean similar Missouri laws are upended... Read more

SPORTS

AFTER PREP YEAR, STOCKS SIGNS WITH AUSTIN PEAY

By SCOTT BORKGREN

Sports Writer


After scoring more than 1,000 points in his high school career at Poplar Bluff, Chris Stocks spurned the Division I offers and chose to go to prep school for a year... Read more

CHRIS STOCKS

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

WINNINGEST COACH IN D1 HISTORY HAS DIED AT 64

By STEVE MEGARGEE

Associated Press


KNOXVILLE (AP) — Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history who uplifted the women’s game from obscurity to national prominence during her 38-year career at Tennessee, died Tuesday morning. She was 64... Read more

PAT SUMMITT

MISSISSIPPI

JUDGE: RELIGIOUS BELIEFS NOT VALID IN GAY MARRIAGE LAW

JACKSON (AP) — Mississippi clerks cannot cite their own religious beliefs to recuse themselves from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, under a ruling a federal judge handed down Monday... Read more

ALASKA RAFTING DEATHS SHOW

HOW HELP IS DIFFICULT TO GET

By RACHEL D’ORO

Associated press


The recent deaths of two women during a rafting excursion illustrate not only how unpredictably dangerous Alaska’s wilderness can be, but also how limited resources are in the nation’s largest state... Read more