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The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency will open resource centers for St. Louis-area flooding victims this week. At the centers you can talk to experts in housing, insurance, food stamps, mental health counseling, and other needs.  Today's center is in Pacific, MO at the Eagles Hall.  Tomorrow there will be a resource center in House Springs and on Friday there's one at the First Baptist Church in Arnold.  Flood survivors should bring proof of address. Free child care is available.



The President’s Travel Ban Goes Another Round In Court-

Three judges will review President Trump's revised travel ban today.  The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is set to hear arguments over the second version of the President's executive order banning travelers and immigrants from a number of Muslim nations. The same court blocked the initial version of the order back in February.

Source: ABC News

Microsoft Blasts Government Cyber War Practices-

Microsoft is putting the blame on the government for the worldwide “WannaCry” ransomware attack that struck on Friday.  Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer at Microsoft said the government’s cyber security practices were an accident waiting to happen.  Smith said outdated software was part of the problem.  Microsoft released security updates for the platform, in a highly unusual move. 

Source: Los Angeles Times


The cards beat the cubs 5-0, they take two out of three in the weekend series, Adam Wainwright threw seven shut out innings, The Cardinals improved to a season-high, six games over 500

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