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Published on April 10, 2019 -
Tawnya talks about the news we need to know

News to Know

Out the door.

When joplin's price cutter grocery store closes -- its employees will still have jobs.

The store on maiden lane will reduce its hours beginning friday -- to be open seven a-m to seven p-m -- and will close permanently on the 20th.

The company says it was already looking to move when the property was sold to james river church.

Since the new owner is a tax exempt organization -- it'll mean some lost tax revenues for jasper county..

Starting july first oklahoma is changing what drivers do with their license plates when they sell their car.

The new law will have drivers keep their current license plate instead of sending it on with their old car.

The current law requires a driver to send their plates with their car whenever they sell it or trade it in, which can cause some issues.

Oklahoma republicans have elected a new chairman -- and have adopted a new platform that calls for penalties in the event of another teacher walkout.

The new platform also demands votes on abolishing abortion.

It also opposes teaching about homosexuality in public schools, paying congressional members during a government shutdown, a nationalized health care system and designating public schools as gun free zones.

Attorneys for craig wood the man convicted of raping and killing 10-year-old hailey owens in springfield in 20-14, are asking the state supreme court to overturn his death penalty.

Wood's attorney is telling the supreme court that because the judge, not jurors, decided on the death penalty -- it was unconstitutional.

Missouri and indiana are the only states where a judge can impose a death sentence.

Tawnya: that's a check of today's top headlines.

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