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Independence native gives back to her home church

Updated: 05/19/2016 - Saints Peter and Paul Church in Independence is in the middle of a multi-year renovation project, but its latest addition, coming from native Adeline Kulig Puccini, is making the church open for all once again.

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Action City plans expansion

Updated: 05/13/2016 - Action City announced Friday that it’s planning a 35,000 square-foot expansion that will be done in two phases.

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House GOP floats food stamp cuts in effort to revive budget

Posted: 05/13/2016 - Republicans controlling the House are proposing $23 billion worth of food stamp cuts over the coming decade. They are part of a $170 billion spending cut package aimed at getting tea party lawmakers to vote for a broader 10-year budget plan.

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Walker calls for changes in wasting disease plan

Updated: 05/13/2016 - Republican Gov. Scott Walker is calling for a number of changes in Wisconsin's plan to combat chronic wasting disease but they don't include widespread killing of deer.

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Hero dog saves 7-year-old girl from rattlesnake

Posted: 05/13/2016 - When a venomous Eastern diamondback rattlesnake appeared in the backyard of a 7-year-old Florida girl, her German shepherd came to her rescue, refusing to back down despite multiple snakebites.

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Wisconsin reporter asks court to review embed case

Posted: 05/13/2016 - A Wisconsin freelance reporter who says he was kicked out of Afghanistan for reporting on a "controversial shooting" has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take up his case against military officials.

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Report: Flint's high water bills may double in next 5 years

Posted: 05/13/2016 - A report says Flint's costly residential water bills could double in the next five years because of a continued loss of customers, increased operating costs, pipe leakage and other problems in the impoverished city whose residents face a lead contamination crisis.

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Security clearance background checks to include social media

Updated: 05/13/2016 - The nation's top U.S. intelligence official has signed off on a new policy allowing investigators to probe Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites as a part of background checks for security clearances -- something that lawmakers say is a classic case of the government playing catch-up with technology.

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