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In 1830 Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, providing “for an exchange of lands with Indians residing in any states or territories, and for their removal west of the river Mississippi.” This act changed the Cherokee Nation forever. Their leaders fought against this act but by 1832 they were running out of options.

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In 1830 Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, providing “for an exchange of lands with Indians residing in any states or territories, and for their removal west of the river Mississippi.” This act changed the Cherokee Nation...

Updated at 5:03 PM

The National Weather Service has posted a flash flood watch for most of western Missouri and eastern Kansas.It’s from Saturday evening through Monday evening. Rivers and streams are already running high because of recent rains, and...

Updated at 2:54 PM

Ryleigh Patience is a great dancer.The effervescent Blackburn Elementary fourth-grader is also a bat girl, best friend, a fighter and the inspiration of everyone who crosses her path.She was recently appointed the...

Updated at 11:28 AM

While a majority of our nation’s 50 states still have the death penalty on their books, that number has begun to shift in recent years. Prior to 2007, 12 states had outlawed executions; between 2007 and 2013, six states banned the procedure.

Updated at 11:27 AM

Watching the series finale of the AMC drama “Mad Men” — and yes, we’ll be spoiling it here — it’s hard not to think back to the series’ very first scene.

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Updated at 5:03 PM

The National Weather Service has posted a flash flood watch for most of western Missouri and eastern Kansas.It’s from Saturday evening through Monday evening. Rivers and streams are already running high because of recent rains, and...

Updated at 2:54 PM

Ryleigh Patience is a great dancer.The effervescent Blackburn Elementary fourth-grader is also a bat girl, best friend, a fighter and the inspiration of everyone who crosses her path.She was recently appointed the...

Updated at 11:28 AM

While a majority of our nation’s 50 states still have the death penalty on their books, that number has begun to shift in recent years. Prior to 2007, 12 states had outlawed executions; between 2007 and 2013, six states banned the procedure.

Updated at 11:27 AM

Watching the series finale of the AMC drama “Mad Men” — and yes, we’ll be spoiling it here — it’s hard not to think back to the series’ very first scene.

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