STATE, NATIONAL AND GLOBAL NEWS

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On Nov. 8,  the polls will be open for this year’s national general election. Missouri’s ballot will include seats up for election, amendments to the Missouri Constitution and a question about a state Constitutional Convention.

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A school shooting in St. Louis, Missouri on Monday left a teacher and a student dead while injuring seven others, according to a press conference from the St. Louis, MO Police Department. The teacher was Jean Kuczka, a graduate of Missouri State University. 

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“If you see an edited Tweet it's because we're testing the edit button,” Twitter’s official account said on Sept. 1.  “This is happening and you'll be okay.” Shortly after, IOS 16 was launched on Sept. 12 with one of its main selling features being the ability to edit and unsend iMessages. 

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Voting is one of the primary ways that people engage with the political process, and the first step to voting is to register. It’s a good idea to check your registration every year, especially this year after redistricting might have changed the district in which students in Springfield vote…

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Buckingham Palace announced the death of Britain’s reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, age 96, on Thursday, Sept. 8 in a Tweet to the royal family’s Twitter account. 

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Greenwashing is misleading marketing used to portray a company or product as sustainable and eco-friendly. This practice can include nature imagery, vague claims or unverified labels. The fashion industry is a prime example of where greenwashing can be spotted, especially in fast fashion.

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