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KOAM MORNING NEWS TO KNOW 5-4

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SHOTS FIRED

  • Joplin police investigate a report of gunshots fired last night at 21st and Jackson.  Authorities believe two parties, in vehicles, opened fire on each other.  No injuries have been reported.

OKLAHOMA GUN BILL

  • A bill to allow Oklahomans to carry guns without a permit is on its way to the governor.  The legislation would allow people 21 and older and military personnel who are 18 and older to carry a gun without a license.  The bill would not apply to areas in which weapons are already prohibited.  The governor hasn't said whether she plans to sign the bill.

HOUSE CHAPLAIN

  • House Chaplain Father Patrick Conroy is staying on the job.  Father Conroy rescinded his resignation Thursday, charging a top aide to speaker Paul Ryan told him it might be time that the house had a chaplain who quote "wasn't Catholic."  Ryan says he will meet with Father Conroy next week and figure out a way to move forward together.

STORMY’S PAYOFF

  • President Trump's admission that he reimbursed his personal lawyer for a $130-Thousand dollar payout to adult film star Stormy Daniels surprised white house staffers.  The president's new attorney, Rudy Giuliani, first made the news contradicting Trump's previous denial he knew anything about a settlement.  Giuliani has also stepped up attacks on the Justice Department.
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