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Arkansas panel clears way for new Ten Commandments marker


Site work begins on US Marshals Museum in western Arkansas


Town in northern Arkansas lives up to its name, cashes in on traffic violators


Body not found for 8 months in Missouri airport parking lot


Missouri teens accused of throwing rocks that damaged 35 vehicles


STL Police: Baby who died may have been left in vehicle 'for an extended period of time'


Missouri State Parks: don't use eclipse glasses agency sold


Recent earthquakes in central Oklahoma under investigation


Driver in deadly Kansas wreck fined earlier for brake issues


Police: Truck pulled from Arkansas pond; 2 children dead


Man charged after leaving 6-year-old daugher in van while gambling


Bar's messy event required hours of cleanup in Columbia


Man is accused of stomping kitten to death in Illinois


Many Missouri state park beaches remain closed


Acquitted Tulsa cop who killed unarmed man returns to work


15 St. Louis gang members accused in drug conspiracy


Mississippi River cresting in flood-hit Illinois, southern Missouri


Joplin School District will pay damages, lawyer fees for lawsuit


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