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Trial to begin for Pennsylvania man whose yard had bodies

(WILKES-BARRE, Pa., AP) — A notorious Pennsylvania inmate found with at least five sets of human remains buried in his yard nearly a dozen years ago will stand trial on…

TransCanada takes steps to acquire Keystone pipeline land

By GRANT SCHULTE (Lincoln, Neb., AP) — The developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline made good on its promise Tuesday to try to seize access to the Nebraska land it needs…

Saudi Arabia’s rights crackdown linked to war on terror

(DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, AP) — A man is given 50 lashes in a public square for “insulting Islam” on a liberal blog. Another is arrested for filming and uploading…

City participates in sales tax holiday

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – The city will participate in the annual Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday this spring. The sales tax holiday exempts state sales tax from sales of new appliances…

Study: Fewer struggle with medical costs as coverage grows

(WASHINGTON, AP) — Not only do more Americans have health insurance, but the number struggling with medical costs has dropped since President Barack Obama’s health care law expanded coverage, according…

Kansas City father charged after 4-year-old shoots sister

(KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — A Kansas City man is charged after his 4-year-old son found a gun and shot his 3-year-old sister. Jackson County prosecutors charged 26-year-old Jessie Ross…

Justices must act fast if gay marriage to be settled in June

(WASHINGTON, AP) — Time is running short for the Supreme Court to get same-sex marriage on its calendar if the justices want to tackle the issue before their current term…

Missouri bill would ban spanking, paddling in public schools

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — Proposed Missouri legislation would ban the use of spanking or paddling by educators in public schools. Democratic state Sen. Joe Keaveny of St. Louis this…

Missouri panel against pay increases for elected officials

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — A Missouri House committee is suggesting lawmakers reject a pay increase for statewide elected officials in 2017. The House Rules Committee on Wednesday approved a…

Crews to use explosives to demolish parts of Fairfax Bridge

(KANSAS CITY, Kan., AP) — Construction crews will use explosives this week to remove parts of Fairfax Bridge connecting Missouri and Kansas to make way for a new replacement bridge.…