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Traditions Help Maintain Normalcy for Those in Shelters

A school bus pulls into the circle drive at the Christos House domestic violence shelter in rural Howell County. The exact location is kept secret to protect the people staying here. Two kids leap off the bus. They’re greeted by the shelter supervisor and a friendly black dog. Kelli Neel, the supervisor, says the shelter has several traditions to help the residents weather the holidays. “Because when you come into shelter, your whole life is disrupted. So you don’t get to participate in...

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Tax Changes Could Hurt Affordability At High End Of The Housing Market

Kari Pinto and her husband recently retired, and now they hope to trade Iowa — and its harsh winters — for a state with a milder climate. But the tax bill President Trump signed into law last month has complicated their search for a new home. "Now we just have another wrinkle in trying to determine where to go, and how much it's going to cost us," she says. The new tax law is forcing a lot of people to reconsider whether they want to buy a home and how much they can pay, and that could affect...

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SMS and You News Update 03/06/01

Mar 5, 2001

Associate Professor of Political Science Patrick Scott looks at the impact of red tape on bureaucratic behavior.

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Feb 26, 2001

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More High-Profile Speakers Address Missouri Delegates

Jul 29, 2000

This is the final day of the Democratic National Convention. KSMU's Missy SHelton is in Boston covering the Missouri Delegates. This morning, they got to hear from several high-profile speakers.

MISSOURI'S GOVERNOR BOB HOLDEN INTRODUCED ELIZABETH EDWARDS, THE WIFE OF VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOHN EDWARDS.

SHE SPOKE TO THE MISSOURI DELEGATES AT THEIR MORNING MEETING'SHE TOLD THEM SHE AND HER HUSBAND PLAN TO VISIT THE SHOW-ME STATE THIS FALL.

AFTER ELIZABETH EDWARDS SPOKE, THE BROTHER OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOHN EDWARDS ADDRESSED MISSOURI DELEGATES.

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