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In a clash over the past versus the future, some descendants of enslaved people in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, are fighting to keep a grain terminal from being built in their historic … more
A closely watched measure of inflation in Argentina remained stronger than the libertarian government of President Javier Milei would have hoped. On Friday, the country's official statistics agency … more
The mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma, says a World War I veteran is the first person identified from graves filled with victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre that devastated the city’s Black community. … more
For more than two weeks now, the Democratic Party has been mired in crisis. And yet there is no sign that the threat to Joe Biden’s reelection is nearing a conclusion. The president has dug in even … more
A Missouri man is facing trial on kidnapping and sexual assault charges after a woman said she escaped weeks in his captivity. He has now been arraigned on a new charge of murder. Authorities say … more
A man who killed two Alaska Native women and was heard while videotaping the torture death of one say that in his movies “everybody always dies” was sentenced  in Anchorage Friday to 226 years … more
The Missouri Supreme Court is moving forward with execution plans for Marcellus Williams, even as a prosecutor tries to overturn his murder conviction. Judges on Friday decided against halting … more
U.S. Navy fighter pilots have come home in Virginia after months of shooting down Houthi-launched missiles and drones. The fighting in the Middle East had become the most intense running sea battle … more
WASHINGTON, D.C., — The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced it is awarding $26.8 million in legal services grants to a total of 108 public and non-profit organizations, all with the goal of increasing access to legal services for eligible Veterans experiencing or at risk for homelessness. more
Abortion access ballot measures are the center of a new wave of legal and procedural questions across the U.S. In Arizona, there's a dispute over language to describe a measure that could go before … more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas election officials on Wednesday rejected petitions submitted for an abortion-rights ballot measure that organizers hoped to put before voters this fall in a predominantly Republican state. more
As elections approach, potential candidates who have not already begun taking steps to run are encouraged to get started now. Early voting will begin on October 21 and end on November 4, 2024. more
Medical officials in Houston say widespread power outages caused by Hurricane Beryl have flooded area hospitals with patients seeking treatment for heat-related illnesses and carbon monoxide … more
An exhibition center on Chicago' lakefront is modifying its windows to prevent bird strikes after hundreds of birds crashed into the building in one night last fall. Nearly 1,000 migrating songbirds … more
A federal judge in Kansas has refused to block the nationwide enforcement of a Biden administration rule requiring firearms dealers to do background checks of buyers at gun shows and other places … more
Harrison City Council had a brief meeting of committees on Thursday, July 11 beginning at approximately 6 p.m. lasting approximately 15 minutes. Items addressed at the meeting included: more
The first hydrogen-powered ferry to operate commercially anywhere in the world is set to begin transporting passengers on San Francisco Bay. The new service is aimed at showcasing emission-free … more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Missouri stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Missouri and the rest of the world, visit … more
Rory McIlroy doesn't see the British Open as a chance at redemption. It's just an opportunity. And for everyone at Royal Troon, it's the last opportunity of the year in the majors. The British Open … more
A SpaceX rocket has failed for the first time in nearly a decade, leaving the company's internet satellites in the wrong orbit. The Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from California on Thursday night, … more
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