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College athletes might be able to profit from their names after lawmakers in the House approved the concept Thursday morning as the legislative session gets ready to end next Friday. The legislation is included in HB 498.

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With the COVID-19 vaccines rolling out, travel is coming back. That's great news for summer vacation plans... and scammers.

MO House Adds Multiple Amendments To SB226, Which Affect Taxes And Education Choices

May 5, 2021
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On Wednesday morning, the Missouri House of Representatives tacked on multiple amendments to a Senate sales tax bill.

One approved amendment tacked on to Senate Bill 226 would allow parents to choose what school district they would like to send their child to, if they own property in another school district and have paid at least $3,000 in property taxes for at least three years.

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On a cloudy and rainy Tuesday morning, May 4th, Southeast Missouri State University officially signed an employment partnership pipeline agreement with Republic Airways inside the "Commander Hangar" at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport.

It was an event years and months in the making. Many University and some city government officials were present for the occasion.

Dr. Ken Jackson, who is now the Director of Aviation Operations at Southeast Missouri State University, addresssed the crowd and thanked them for making the vision a reality.

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The City of Cape Girardeau is implementing a new false alarm reduction plan. 

 Every year the Cape Girardeau Fire and Police Departments respond to thousands of false alarm calls which divert resources away from responding to legitimate emergency situations. 

 

The goal of this new program is to minimize the burden on public safety personnel and reduce the rising annual costs of these responses to the general public.

 

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