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  • Crime Stoppers fugitive of the week: Stacy Eason
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Crime Stoppers asks for help locating fugitive Stacy Eason, who is wanted in several counties on variety of charges.   Eason, 46, is white, about 5-foot-11, with black hair and brown eyes.  He weighs between 140 and 170 pounds.…
    - 30 Sep 13, 4:55pm -
  • Sunshine And Warmer Next Few Days
    It's been a foggy start to our Monday with visibility next to zero in some spots. We'll start to see the fog burning off later this morning.
    - 30 Sep 13, 1:17pm -
  • Bagnell Dam gets environmentally friendly transformers
    LAKE OZARK, Mo. (AP) - A southwest Missouri Dam is replacing its aging transformers with new, environmentally safe models that are not being used anywhere else in North America.
    - 30 Sep 13, 12:38pm -
  • Fire destroys tire shop near Billings
    BILLINGS, Mo. -- The main building at a tire shop in Christian County burned to the ground on Monday morning.
    - 30 Sep 13, 12:13pm -
  • Emergency response time impacted greatly by McDaniel Lake Bridge closure
    Bridge closed in 2010, County Commissioners looking into costly options to demolish or repair it Harold Kelly comes to McDaniel Lake to fish and likes the fact no cars are allowed on the McDaniel Lake bridge.
    - 30 Sep 13, 2:29am -

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  • Crime Stoppers fugitive of the week: Stacy Eason
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Crime Stoppers asks for help locating fugitive Stacy Eason, who is wanted in several counties on variety of charges.   Eason, 46, is white, about 5-foot-11, with black hair and brown eyes.  He weighs between 140 and 170 pounds.…
    - 30 Sep 13, 4:55pm -
  • Sunshine And Warmer Next Few Days
    It's been a foggy start to our Monday with visibility next to zero in some spots. We'll start to see the fog burning off later this morning.
    - 30 Sep 13, 1:17pm -
  • Bagnell Dam gets environmentally friendly transformers
    LAKE OZARK, Mo. (AP) - A southwest Missouri Dam is replacing its aging transformers with new, environmentally safe models that are not being used anywhere else in North America.
    - 30 Sep 13, 12:38pm -
  • Fire destroys tire shop near Billings
    BILLINGS, Mo. -- The main building at a tire shop in Christian County burned to the ground on Monday morning.
    - 30 Sep 13, 12:13pm -
  • Emergency response time impacted greatly by McDaniel Lake Bridge closure
    Bridge closed in 2010, County Commissioners looking into costly options to demolish or repair it Harold Kelly comes to McDaniel Lake to fish and likes the fact no cars are allowed on the McDaniel Lake bridge.
    - 30 Sep 13, 2:29am -

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Giving hope, more than 6,000 miles from home
Giving hope, more than 6,000 miles from homeNursing student Madeline Hayes took her skills and desire to make a difference all the way to Mosul, Iraq on the front lines of a war zone.From:Missouri State UniversityViews:336 7ratingsTime…
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Onward, Upward: What's New at MSU
Onward, Upward: What's New at MSUWe continue to move Missouri State forward with a commitment to inclusion, incredible student experiences, groundbreaking research and state-of-the-art facilities. Discover what's new at...From:Missouri State Un…
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Announcement about affordability
Announcement about affordabilityMissouri State announced a number of initiatives that will help students graduate on time and with less cost. The press conference was on Jan. 18 at Plaster Student Union.From:Missouri State UniversityViews:417…
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SAHE: Student Affairs in Higher Education
SAHE: Student Affairs in Higher EducationOur program follows the Council for Advancement of Academic Standards in Higher Education (CAS) which aligns with ACPA/NASPA competencies and meets the American College Personnel Association...From:Misso…
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Meeting the demand for health care
Meeting the demand for health careMikel loves helping patients. That's why he made a career change and joined the physician assistant studies program. Learn more about Mikel and Missouri State's PAS program: https://www.missourist...From:Missou…
- 30 Jan 18, 9:49pm -
Colton: shaping minds
Colton: shaping mindsColton Lynn spreads his love of biology through his new passion: teaching. He's a nominee for the 2018 Midwest Association of Graduate Schools (MAGS) Excellence in Teaching award. Spotlight...From:Missouri State University…
- 20 Jan 18, 9:37pm -

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  • Speaker Tim Jones Hints at Run for Attorney General
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- It sounds like Missouri's House Speaker wants to move across the street when term limits take him out of the House at the end of 2014.
    - 2 Jul 13, 11:46am -
  • Voluntary, 48-Hour Boil Order Issued in Galena
    GALENA, Mo. -- If you live in Galena, you may want to boil your water before using it. The acting mayor tells KOLR10 News the City has issued a voluntary boil-water advisory due to low water pressure.
    - 1 Jul 13, 9:25pm -
  • Nixon Axes "Agenda 21" Legislation
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation he says comprises "harmful bills aimed at nonexistent problems such as 'Agenda 21," saying one bill would have hampered enforcement of local fireworks ordinances around July 4th as well as…
    - 1 Jul 13, 8:07pm -
  • Missouri Researcher Part of Study of Deadly Viruses
    ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- A researcher at Washington University in St. Louis will take part in a study to look for similarities in how humans respond to three potentially lethal viruses.
    - 1 Jul 13, 11:55am -
  • In-Flight Ban on Electronic Devices About to End?
    Throughout the modern age of air travel, there's been a general ban on the use of personal electronics -- gadgets like smartphones, e-readers, tablets and MP3 players -- during at least part of the flight. And it looks like that's about to change.
    - 28 Jun 13, 1:37pm -

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  • Trump says he doesn't want war with Iran. Is John Bolton driving the US into a conflict anyway?

    Trump says he doesn't want war with Iran. Is John Bolton driving the US into a conflict anyway?The view that John Bolton is driving Trump into military confrontation with America's principal foe in the Middle East is spreading across the globe.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Bomb-laden drone from Yemen rebels targets Saudi airport

    Bomb-laden drone from Yemen rebels targets Saudi airportDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Yemen's Iranian-allied Houthi rebels attacked a Saudi airport and military base with a bomb-laden drone Tuesday, an assault acknowledged by the kingdom as Middle East tensions remained high between Tehran and Washington. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Mississippi judge who blocked 15-week abortion ban hears arguments on fetal heartbeat law

    Mississippi judge who blocked 15-week abortion ban hears arguments on fetal heartbeat lawMississippi's fetal heartbeat law which bans abortions after approximately six weeks could be blocked or upheld by Judge Carlton Reeves.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • WRAPUP 2-Southwest Airlines mechanics dispute ends just as American's heats up

    WRAPUP 2-Southwest Airlines mechanics dispute ends just as American's heats upSouthwest Airlines Co's mechanics union said on Tuesday its members had overwhelmingly voted to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the airline, ending seven years of labor negotiations fraught with legal disputes and flight disruptions. The agreement, which brought to a close one of the most disruptive labor disputes to hit a top-four U.S. airline in more than a decade, came a day after rival U.S. carrier American Airlines Group Inc said it was filing a labor-related lawsuit against its mechanics. Mechanics at both American and Southwest have complained that the airlines are moving to outsource maintenance work that has traditionally been done in-house.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Apple offered to buy Tesla back in 2013 for more than it’s worth today

    Apple offered to buy Tesla back in 2013 for more than it’s worth todayFor years, analysts have maintained that Apple needs to move past the iPhone and look for additional revenue streams. Consequently, many analysts over the years have proposed that Apple would be well advised to make a blockbuster acquisition and snatch up a company like Netflix or Tesla.Interestingly enough, it turns out that Apple actually did make an effort to acquire Tesla six years ago at a valuation of $240 a share. Incidentally, Tesla's share price has been reeling lately and is currently hovering in the $200 range. Word of Apple's efforts to acquire Tesla was brought to light by analyst Craig Irwin of Roth Capital Partners who revealed the interesting tidbit on CNBC (via Electrek) earlier today."Around 2013, there was a serious bid from Apple at around $240 a share," Irwin said."This is something we did multiple checks on," Irwin added. "I have complete confidence that this is accurate. Apple bid for Tesla. I don't know if it got to a formal paperwork stage, but I know from multiple different sources that this was very credible."Notably, there have been rumblings over the years regarding Apple's interest in Tesla, but this is the first time we've seen a report that Apple was legitimately trying to make a serious play for the electric automaker.You might also recall reports from a few years back which revealed that Elon Musk, sometime in mid-2013 -- sat down for a meeting with Apple's mergers and acquisitions chief Adrian Perica and, rumor has it, Tim Cook himself.Apple, of course, has been busy working on its own car initiative -- known as Project Titan -- for the past few years, though it remains to be seen if anything concrete ever manifests from its efforts. Early reports hinted that Apple was set on designing and building its own car, though a plethora of technical challenges ultimately resulted in a few rounds of layoffs and employees being shifted over to other projects. Last we heard, Apple's Project Titan is still ongoing but is now focused on autonomous systems as opposed to designing a car from the ground up.Interestingly, and somewhat uncharacteristically, Tim Cook confirmed this during an interview a few years ago. "We're focusing on autonomous systems," Cook said in 2017. "It's a core technology that we view as very important."Lastly, with Morgan Stanley recently noting that Tesla shares may sink to $10/share in a worst-case scenario, it will be interesting to see if Apple might swoop in and pick up the company at a huge discount.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Dozens rescued from Oklahoma floods as storms swamp central U.S.: officials

    Dozens rescued from Oklahoma floods as storms swamp central U.S.: officialsRescue crews in boats pulled at least 50 people from flood waters as heavy downpours inundated roads and homes, said Oklahoma Emergency Management Agency spokeswoman Keli Cain. Only the tops of cars engulfed by water were visible on roadways near Oklahoma City, and some houses were entirely surrounded by floods, video footage of the location showed. "It's real dangerous," said Ross Reuter, a spokesman for Canadian County, where 10 people were rescued.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Marlen Ochoa-Lopez murder: Baby boy cut from mother's womb opens eyes for the first time

    Marlen Ochoa-Lopez murder: Baby boy cut from mother's womb opens eyes for the first timeA baby boy, cut from his mother's womb after her murder last month, opened his eyes for the first time on Tuesday as he fights for his life in a Chicago hospital.The mother, 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, was nine months pregnant when she was killed last month. Clarisa Figueroa and her daughter Desiree Figueroa have been arrested as suspects.According to police, the pair had lured Ochoa-Lopez to their home under the pretext of offering her baby clothes.After strangling Ochoa-Lopez, the two allegedly cut the unborn baby out of her womb. Police said that they believe the elder Figuaroa had hoped to raise the child as her own after the recent death of her own son. Both Figueroas have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder. Clarissa's boyfriend, Piotr Bobak, has also been arrested and charged with concealing a homicide.The baby, who was removed from the womb almost two months premature, has been fighting for his life ever since.Sunday however, a picture emerged of the little boy in the arms of his father, Yovany Lopez, apparently taken shortly after he had opened his eyes for the first time, CNN reported."We were just praying and praying and he opened his eyes, and his dad said, 'Oh my God, he opened his eyes!'" Cecilia Garcia, a student pastor who is assisting the family and is the one who took the photo, told CNN.Garcia, said she was horrified when she first heard about the killing, but believes that the country has united in support of the family."She's evoked the whole nation of people, pouring their love out for this family," Garcia said in reference to Marlen. "He's a single dad now, and we're praying this baby makes it."


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • AP Explains: How Yemen's rebels increasingly deploy drones

    AP Explains: How Yemen's rebels increasingly deploy dronesDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — In Yemen, the high-pitched whine of drones has been a part of life for over 15 years, ever since the first U.S. drone strike here targeting al-Qaida in 2002. But now, Iran-backed Houthi rebels increasingly deploy drones in Yemen's brutal civil war.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • UPDATE 2-French widow sues Boeing for at least $276 mln over Ethiopian crash

    UPDATE 2-French widow sues Boeing for at least $276 mln over Ethiopian crashA French woman whose husband died in the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX airliner in Ethiopia has filed a U.S. lawsuit against the planemaker, seeking at least $276 million in damages. The crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 in March killed all 157 passengers and crew aboard and followed the death in October of 189 people on a Lion Air 737 MAX which plunged into the ocean off Indonesia in similar circumstances. Dozens of families have sued Boeing over the Lion Air crash, and several lawsuits have been lodged over the Ethiopian crash near the capital Addis Ababa, which led airlines around the world to ground the Boeing 737 MAX.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • If You Crash a Mercedes-Benz in the Future, It Could Deploy a Robot to Warn Other Drivers

    If You Crash a Mercedes-Benz in the Future, It Could Deploy a Robot to Warn Other DriversThis cute Roomba-like robot is designed to deploy from the back of a crashed vehicle to warn approaching traffic of danger.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Restoration Is A Work Of Art

    1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Restoration Is A Work Of ArtThe Ford Mustang is an American automotive icon known the world over. Ford’s pony car is the four-wheeled embodiment of the American dream. Petty’s Garage is well-known for its work on modern Mustangs, enhancing their performance and producing limited edition special models.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Abortion ban: Georgia prosecutors refuse to enforce 'heartbeat' law

    Abortion ban: Georgia prosecutors refuse to enforce 'heartbeat' lawDistrict lawyers in Georgia have announced they will not prosecute women for getting an abortion after the US state effectively banned the procedure.Georgia governor Brian Kemp signed the controversial “heartbeat” abortion ban into law earlier in the month – giving the southern state one of the most restrictive laws in the US.The legislation, which has provoked outrage among women’s rights groups, bans abortion once cardiac activity can be detected in an embryo. This can be as early as six weeks – at which point most women do not yet know they are pregnant. The bill imposes jail sentences for women found guilty of aborting or attempting to abort their pregnancies, with the potential for life imprisonment and the death penalty. It is not scheduled to come into effect until 1 January and is expected to face challenges in the courts – with it potentially being postponed. But anti-abortion activists hope challenges will lead to the US Supreme Court reversing Roe vs Wade – the landmark Supreme Court decision which legalised abortion nationwide in 1973 – especially with new conservative justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh sitting on the court.The Supreme Court has previously ruled that states cannot ban abortion before a foetus is viable – about 23 to 25 weeks.District prosecutors for Georgia’s four most populous counties – Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb and DeKalb – have said they would not, or could not, prosecute women under the controversial new law.“As District Attorney with charging discretion, I will not prosecute individuals pursuant to HB 481 [the heartbeat bill] given its ambiguity and constitutional concerns,” DeKalb County district attorney Sherry Boston told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.“As a woman and mother, I am concerned about the passage and attempted passage of laws such as this one in Georgia, Alabama, and other states.”She added: “There is no language outlined in HB 481 explicitly prohibiting a district attorney from bringing criminal charges against anyone and everyone involved in obtaining and performing what is otherwise currently a legal medical procedure”.According to the publication, the technical language of the bill means that district attorneys could potentially seek a murder charge against someone who breaches the heartbeat law.“As a matter of law (as opposed to politics) this office will not be prosecuting any women under the new law as long as I’m district attorney,” Gwinnett County DA Danny Porter said. He said he did not think it would be possible to prosecute a woman for either murder or unlawful abortion if she got an abortion after six weeks.John Melvin, acting District Attorney of Cobb County, echoed this position, saying women could “absolutely not” be prosecuted under the unlawful abortion statute.Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard “has no intention of ever prosecuting a woman under this new law", a spokesperson said, adding that he also would not prosecute abortion providers.Georgia’s new bill does include exceptions for cases involving rape, incest, or in situations where the health of a mother is in danger.“Planned Parenthood will be suing the State of Georgia. We will fight this terrible bill because this is about our patients’ lives,” Dr Leana Wen, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, said.Georgia’s bill comes after Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed a controversial abortion bill into law last week that is the most restrictive abortion bill in the US.Under the law, doctors would face 10 years in prison for attempting to terminate a pregnancy and 99 years for carrying out the procedure. The abortion ban, which has been branded a “death sentence for women”, would even criminalise performing abortions in cases of rape and incest. Ms Ivey said the new law might be “unenforceable” due to Roe v Wade but said the new law was passed with the aim of challenging that decision.Alabama state lawmakers compare abortions in America to the Holocaust and other modern genocides in the legislation – spurring Jewish activists and abortion rights groups to rebuke the bill as “deeply offensive.”Alabama’s new bill comes as politicians in several other states propose legislation to restrict abortion – with some 16 other states looking at new measures.More than a dozen other states have passed or are considering versions of Georgia’s law. Kentucky, Mississippi and Ohio have also approved bans on abortion once a foetal heartbeat is detected. On Friday, Missouri lawmakers passed a bill banning abortions after eight weeks.Groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia vowed to sue on the day the governor signed Georgia’s heartbeat bill. It has also fuelled many in the entertainment industry to threaten to boycott Georgia.“We’re putting lawmakers on notice: Your votes are far outside the mainstream, and we will now spend our time and energy launching a campaign to replace you,” Staci Fox, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Southeast, said at the time.A federal judge blocked a heartbeat bill in Kentucky which was scheduled to come into effect instantly as it could be unconstitutional, while Mississippi passed a six-week abortion law in March that is not due to come into force until July and is also facing challenges.Ohio passed a similarly restrictive law in 2016 which was vetoed by the governor.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • China Warns About ‘Unwavering Resolve’ to Fight U.S. ‘Bullying’

    China Warns About ‘Unwavering Resolve’ to Fight U.S. ‘Bullying’Trump upped the ante in his trade dispute with China last week, announcing moves to curb Huawei’s business that are starting to have ramifications for other companies around the world. "This is wrong behavior, so there will be a necessary response," Zhang Ming, China’s envoy to the EU, said in an interview in Brussels on Monday.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • Trump tells Pennsylvania voters that trade war has helped economy

    Trump tells Pennsylvania voters that trade war has helped economyAlthough Trump does not launch his re-election bid officially until next month, his appearance at a raucous rally in an airport hangar in northeastern Pennsylvania, using Air Force One as a backdrop, had the hallmarks of a campaign event. "Sleepy Joe said that he's running to 'save the world.' ... He's going to save every country but ours," Trump said. Trump has waged a high-stakes trade dispute with China, and tariffs imposed by both countries on a range of goods have raised fears of a global economic slowdown.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • InterDigital expects to be able to license 5G tech to Huawei, despite U.S. ban

    InterDigital expects to be able to license 5G tech to Huawei, despite U.S. banInterDigital and Qualcomm are the two major American holders of patents for wireless networking technology, including the 5G networks rolling out this year in China. Last week, President Donald Trump issued an executive order restricting the ability of U.S. firms to sell technology to Huawei, though officials on Monday eased some of those restrictions for 90 days. InterDigital, which generates revenue by developing wireless technologies and then licensing out the patents, said it believes it can continue its efforts to strike a 5G deal with Huawei because export control laws do not cover patents, which are public records and therefore not confidential technology.


    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • 5th migrant child dies after detention by US border agents

    5th migrant child dies after detention by US border agentsHOUSTON (AP) — A 16-year-old Guatemala migrant who died Monday in U.S. custody had been held by immigration authorities for six days — twice as long as federal law generally permits — then transferred him to another holding facility even after he was diagnosed with the flu.


    Monday, May 20, 2019

  • China tariffs could force 'widespread store closures' and put $40 billion in sales at risk

    China tariffs could force 'widespread store closures' and put $40 billion in sales at risk2019 has already been a tough year for retailers but the tariffs with China could put $40 billion of sales and 12,000 stores at risk, a report says.


    Monday, May 20, 2019

  • US lawmakers clash on Iran intelligence before briefing

    US lawmakers clash on Iran intelligence before briefingUS lawmakers clashed Monday over intelligence on Iran, with an ally of President Donald Trump accusing Tehran of provocations that could draw a military response, ahead of a classified briefing on the tensions. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, will head Tuesday to the US Capitol to apprise lawmakers from both chambers on the latest developments, an administration official said. Senior officials already briefed a key group of eight lawmakers on Thursday but Democrats, who control the House of Representatives, called for a wider meeting with all elected lawmakers.


    Monday, May 20, 2019

  • Eiffel Tower climber in custody after daring ascent

    Eiffel Tower climber in custody after daring ascentRescuers successfully talked down a man who scaled the upper heights of the Eiffel Tower on Monday, forcing the monument's evacuation, and handed him over to police. Television channels ran live shots as rescuers perched on the 324-metre (1,063-foot) tower's wrought-iron struts, just below the highest viewing platform, tried to persuade the unknown man to give himself up. The lattice tower, named after its designer and builder Gustave Eiffel, is one of the world's most recognisable landmarks.


    Monday, May 20, 2019

  • Scouted: The Sleek, Black Stainless Steel Version of the 6QT Instant Pot LUX60 Is on Sale for $50

    Scouted: The Sleek, Black Stainless Steel Version of the 6QT Instant Pot LUX60 Is on Sale for $50Right now, you can add the sleek, black stainless steel edition of the 6QT Instant Pot LUX60 to your kitchen while it’s on sale for $50. That’s a savings of 50% on a gadget that could easily replace half of the other things you use in your kitchen on a regular basis.What’s so great about this Instant Pot? I mean, just look at it. It’s like the original Instant Pot’s cool teen brother. It’s like the original Instant Pot got a makeover montage in an early-Aughts romcom. You get everything the Instant Pot has to offer, from the pressure cooker to the rice cooker to the steamer. It’s still the six-in-one gadget you love, just with a black stainless steel outside, and it’s on sale. If the original super shiny Instant Pot clashed with your aesthetic, this is the version for you. Want one that makes a bit more of a statement? You can get a red stainless steel version for $60.Scouted is internet shopping with a pulse. Follow us on Twitter and sign up for our newsletter for even more recommendations and exclusive content. Please note that if you buy something featured in one of our posts, The Daily Beast may collect a share of sales.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.


    Monday, May 20, 2019