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Constituents React to Chappelle-Nadal ApologyStrong reactions from Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal's constituents regarding her apology.
Chief Wana Dubie Dead at 58Wana Dubie first ran for state representative in 2006 -- then governor in 2008. Last year, he ran for U.S. Senate on a "Dubie vs. Blunt" campaign -- he gathered 30,000 votes in a four-way primary eventually won by Jason Kander.
OPINION: The Grand Trump Experiment Isn't WorkingThe bottom line is while this President insists his agenda will Make America Great Again, his inability to lead and keep his administration from spinning out of control is only making America far worse than it was before January.
Sen. Blunt Calls for More Broadband Access in MissouriSenator Roy Blunt says it's time to drag the entire state of Missouri into the 21st Century, technology-wise.
Protesters Push for $10 Minimum Wage at McDonald'sA crowd of about 30 protesters outside the Hampton Avenue McDonald's in St. Louis.
Wildwood Pledges to Use Prop P for PoliceWildwood makes a promise about its Prop P proceeds.
Wording Determines if Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal Violated Federal LawThe Secret Service was set to talk to senator Chapelle-Nadal Thursday about her comments.
Maria Chappelle-Nadal: 'There's No Way In Hell That I'm Resigning' Missouri Democratic Party Chair Stephen Webber and U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill have called for her resignation.
How The Secret Service Investigates Social Media Threats On The PresidentSpecial agent in charge of the Secret Service in St. Louis says the problem is that many times people don't understand what they are saying.
Missouri State Senator Refuses to Apologize For Posting Her Hope That President Trump is Assassinated"When the President apologizes, I'll apologize. I'm not apologizing for being frustrated and angry at the bigot that we have in our White House," Maria Chappelle-Nadal told KMOX.
Maria Chappelle-Nadal: 'I Hope Trump Is Assassinated'Chappelle-Nadal's says "I'm not apologizing for being frustrated and angry at the bigot that we have in our White House."
Experts Say Parents Should Have Open Dialogues About Racism, Current EventsIt might be hard, but experts say you should talk to your kids about racism.

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