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Missouri House votes to ban celebratory gunfire days after Chiefs’ parade shooting

By SUMMER BALLENTINE Associated Press COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s Republican-led House has passed a ban on celebratory gunfire in cities less than a week after a deadly shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade. The bipartisan-supported bill passed Monday after a tearful and confrontational debate between Republicans and Democrats over the best

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‘Went from one of the best days of our lives to something so tragic’: Brother of Chiefs player speaks on parade shooting

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Celebrating a family member’s accomplishment should always occur without tragedy. But that, unfortunately, wasn’t possible on Wednesday. A man who is the brother of a Super Bowl champion was willing to speak about his experience at Union Station after shots rang out following a rally to celebrate the Chiefs’ victory. The mass

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Chiefs’ fans, players, political figures and more share experiences and sentiments after Kansas City Chiefs’ parade shooting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) Following a shooting at the Super Bowl Rally at Union Station in Kansas City that left one person dead and 22 people hurt, multiple officials, fans, Chiefs’ players and more have taken to social media to share sentiments and express their feelings. The shooting has gained national and international attention, with

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House committee hears testimony on bill to ban corporations from claiming unborn babies as employees

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) A Missouri lawmaker is pushing to ban corporations from claiming unborn babies as employees after the untimely death of a pregnant Missouri Department of Transportation employee. Kaitlyn Anderson was 25-years-old and six months pregnant with her son, Jaxx, when she died in 2021. A loophole in Missouri law led to Anderson’s

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