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Black Lives Do Matter

Ferguson was across the Missouri River from my home, but that night it felt like everything was happening in my backyard. This was the first time I'd witnessed real racial tension... and suddenly I became aware that my reality wasn’t everyone’s reality.
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Generational farmers, deep roots

Generational farming is explored through the Wood family, led by Charles William Wood. Although these roots run deep, their story is one a tradition that is slowly fading across the country.
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One on One with Jamy Watson

Jamy Watson is a Jazzercise instructor in Springfield, Missouri.  She has been involved in the program since she was sixteen years old but was only officially certified about a year ago.  The Scoop sat down with Watson to get a sense of what Jazzercise is and how it...
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Six ways to lessen your chances of being a victim

By Connor Stahl Embed from Getty Images Chances are, if you have been a victim of a crime, you could have done something to prevent it. The majority of crimes committed are crimes of opportunity. Either a culprit sees an opportunity and attacks, or he goes looking for...
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