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Body Of Missing Missouri Boy Is Found

 The body of a 4-year-old Missouri boy who has been missing for nearly a week has been found. Jefferson City police Lt. David Williams said Darnell Gray’s body was discovered about noon in Jefferson City. Williams said it was too early to tell how the boy died and the medical examiner has been called in. Williams would not discuss the condition of the body or say whether the case had become a homicide investigation.  Darnell was last seen Wednesday night at a Jefferson City …

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GOP Candidate Far Outpaces Democrat in Fundraising For Oklahoma Governor Race

    The latest campaign finance reports show the Republican candidate for Oklahoma governor has raised more than twice as much money as his Democratic opponent, aided in part by personal loans to his campaign.        The report shows mortgage company owner Kevin Stitt has raised $10.2 million so far in his race against former Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson, who reported raising about $4 million.        &nb…

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Orman Campaign Treasurer Endorses Kelly In Kansas Governor Race

    The campaign treasurer for Kansas independent gubernatorial candidate Greg Orman has resigned to endorse Democrat Laura Kelly.      Tim Owens, a former Republican state senator from Overland Park, resigned Tuesday, effective immediately. In a news release issued by Kelly’s campaign, Owens said it was time to unite behind Kelly and stop GOP candidate Kris Kobach.     Laura Kelly’s website posted a statement from Owens that says, in …

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Federal Officials Will Monitor Voting In Dodge City Kansas

     A U.S. Attorney has notified a federal judge that his office in Kansas plans to send a monitor to Dodge City to observe voting in the November election.     The court filing Tuesday by U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister comes the same day that U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree scheduled a hearing for Thursday to hear arguments on the American Civil Liberties Union’s request for a court order forcing Ford County to open a second polling site in the ci…

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3 Indiana siblings hit and killed while walking to school bus

Three siblings were killed Tuesday morning in rural Rochester, Indiana, when they were hit by a pickup truck as they crossed a road to get to their school bus, officials said. Six-year-old twin boys and their 9-year-old sister were killed, Indiana State Police spokesman Sgt. Tony Slocum confirmed to CNN. An 11-year-old student who is not related to the siblings was also struck by the pickup and was airlifted to a hospital wi…