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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…
- 20 Feb 18, 1:39am -
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…
- 15 Feb 18, 1:14pm -
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…
- 14 Feb 18, 5:12pm -
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…
- 4 Feb 18, 5:33pm -
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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  • Jon Stewart Eviscerates Rand Paul for Blocking 9/11 Victim Funding: ‘It’s an Abomination’

    Jon Stewart Eviscerates Rand Paul for Blocking 9/11 Victim Funding: ‘It’s an Abomination’One month ago, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart went on Fox News to shame Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for failing to protect 9/11 first responders. Wednesday afternoon, he was back on that network to give his fellow Republican senator from Kentucky a piece of his mind. In an interview with Bret Baier, Stewart immediately took aim at Rand Paul who, along with Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), blocked a Senate bill that would extend the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, making the case that it should be offset by other spending cuts.  Responding directly to Paul, Stewart called his objection “absolutely outrageous,” adding, “Pardon me if I’m not impressed in any way by Rand Paul’s fiscal responsibility virtue signaling.” Jon Stewart Fires Back at Mitch McConnell on ‘Colbert’: Stop ‘Jacking Around’ 9/11 First RespondersStewart went on to condemn Paul for supporting President Trump’s $1.5 trillion tax cut that “added hundreds of billions of dollars to our deficit” and now trying to “balance the budget on the backs of the 9/11 first responder community.” “Bret, this is about what kind of society we have,” a clearly furious Stewart continued. “At some point, we have to stand up for the people who have always stood up for us, and at this moment in time maybe cannot stand up for themselves due to their illnesses and their injuries. And what Rand Paul did today on the floor of the Senate was outrageous.” “He is a guy who put us in hundreds of billions of dollars in debt,” he said of Paul. “And now he’s going to tell us that a billion dollars a year over 10 years is just too much for us to handle? You know, there are some things that they have no trouble putting on the credit card, but somehow when it comes to the 9/11 first responder community—the cops, the firefighters, the construction workers, the volunteers, the survivors—all of a sudden we’ve got to go through this.” Appearing next to Stewart was 9/11 first responder and activist John Feal, who thanked the host and Fox News as a whole for being so “generous” with their time on this issue before calling Senators Paul and Lee “bottom-feeders” who “lack humanity” and “lack leadership.”Stewart said survivors like Feal and others shouldn’t have to “drag themselves back to Washington, put their hats in their hands and beg for something that this country should have done 14 years ago,” adding, “It’s an abomination.” 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.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • The Latest: Protesters mark anniversary of Garner's death

    The Latest: Protesters mark anniversary of Garner's deathThe Latest on the U.S. Justice Department's decision not to prosecute the officer involved in Eric Garner's death. Several hundred people marched in lower Manhattan to mark the five year anniversary of Eric Garner's death. The marchers on Wednesday chanted and held signs saying "I Can't Breathe," a reference to Garner's dying words, as they marched past federal courthouses.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • New York businesswoman and Jamaican immigrant Scherie Murray launches campaign to unseat Ocasio-Cortez

    New York businesswoman and Jamaican immigrant Scherie Murray launches campaign to unseat Ocasio-Cortez"There’s a crisis in Queens and it’s called AOC," said Scherie Murray, a Republican businesswoman who is challenging Ocasio-Cortez in 2020.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Your Kids Won't Have Any Room For Candy After These Halloween Dinner Ideas

    Your Kids Won't Have Any Room For Candy After These Halloween Dinner Ideas


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • North Carolina father of 7 dies trying to save his drowning children at beach

    North Carolina father of 7 dies trying to save his drowning children at beachA North Carolina father drowned Sunday while rescuing two of his youngchildren who were swept away by a wave while walking on a submerged jetty atWrightsville Beach


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Fox viewers skeptical of calling people 'racist', and other takeaways from the USA TODAY/Ipsos poll on Trump's tweets

    Fox viewers skeptical of calling people 'racist', and other takeaways from the USA TODAY/Ipsos poll on Trump's tweetsSeventy-seven percent of those who said Fox News was their most trusted news source said the "people who call others 'racist' usually do so in bad faith."


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • UK raises alarm after mother held by Iran is taken to mental ward

    UK raises alarm after mother held by Iran is taken to mental wardLondon demanded the immediate release Wednesday of a jailed British-Iranian aid worker whose husband said she has been transferred to the mental ward of a public hospital in Tehran. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's case has roiled Britain's relations with the Islamic republic since her 2016 arrest and conviction on sedition charges over which she has held a series of hunger strikes. "We are extremely concrned about Nazanin's welfare and call for her immediate release," Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Pakistan arrests US-wanted terror suspect in Mumbai attacks

    Pakistan arrests US-wanted terror suspect in Mumbai attacksPakistan on Wednesday arrested a radical cleric and U.S.-wanted terror suspect implicated in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, officials said, just days ahead of Prime Minister Imran Khan's trip to Washington. Hafiz Saeed was taken into custody in Punjab province while traveling from the eastern city of Lahore to the city of Gujranwala, according to counterterrorism official Mohammad Shafiq. Saeed founded the Lashkar-e-Taiba group, which was blamed for the Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • From Iraq to Yemen, drones raise U.S. alarm over Iranian plans

    From Iraq to Yemen, drones raise U.S. alarm over Iranian plansGENEVA/WASHINGTON, July 17 (Reuters) - The increased use of drones by Iran and its allies for surveillance and attacks across the Middle East is raising alarms in Washington. The United States believes that Iran-linked militia in Iraq have recently increased their surveillance of American troops and bases in the country by using off-the-shelf, commercially available drones, U.S. officials say.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Ukraine's Russian-speaking president gives glimmer of hope to war-torn east

    Ukraine's Russian-speaking president gives glimmer of hope to war-torn eastDONETSK/SLOVYANSK, Ukraine, July 17 (Reuters) - In one of his first acts as Ukrainian president, comedian-turned-politician Volodymyr Zelenskiy held out a symbolic olive branch to people in Ukraine's mostly Russian-speaking Donbass region, by switching from Ukrainian to Russian. Language was a factor in the outbreak of the conflict in 2014, with Russian speakers in Donbass saying they feared Kiev would impose the Ukrainian language on them.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Italy, FBI raids target resurgent Cosa Nostra family

    Italy, FBI raids target resurgent Cosa Nostra familyItalian anti-mafia police and the FBI in New York have arrested 19 people, in coordinated raids on historic mobster families bidding for power within the Cosa Nostra, investigators said Wednesday. Raids in both countries targeted links between the Sicilian Mafia -- known as the Cosa Nostra -- and US organised crime, said an Italian police statement. Italian police said 18 people had been arrested in Italy and one in the United States.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Teachers union has become an arm of the abortion-rights left. Conservatives should quit.

    Teachers union has become an arm of the abortion-rights left. Conservatives should quit.Why would the NEA go out of its way to take extreme stands on hot-button issues so far removed from the real problems facing our nation’s schools?


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • US fears Iran seized UAE-based tanker in Strait of Hormuz

    US fears Iran seized UAE-based tanker in Strait of HormuzA small oil tanker from the United Arab Emirates traveling through the Strait of Hormuz entered Iranian waters and turned off its tracker three days ago, leading the U.S. to suspect Iran seized the vessel amid heightened tensions in the region. Iranian state media quoted its Foreign Ministry spokesman early Wednesday as saying the Islamic Republic had aided a foreign oil tanker with a malfunction, but the report didn't explain further. Oil tankers previously have been targeted in the wider region amid tensions between the U.S. and Iran over its unraveling nuclear deal with world powers.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Australia calls on China to let Uighur mother and son leave

    Australia calls on China to let Uighur mother and son leaveAustralia's government on Wednesday called on China to allow an Australian child and his Uighur mother to leave the country, days after co-signing a letter denouncing Beijing's treatment of the Muslim minority. China has rounded up an estimated one million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim Turkic-speaking minorities into re-education camps in tightly controlled Xinjiang region, in the country's northwest. Sadam Abdusalam has campaigned for months for his Uighur wife, Nadila Wumaier, and their son Lutifeier, whom he has never met, to be allowed to come to Australia.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • The Latest: Japan urges South Korea to agree to arbitration

    The Latest: Japan urges South Korea to agree to arbitrationJapan is making a final call for South Korea to agree to Japanese-requested arbitration over the Korean wartime labor dispute, while hinting at possible retaliation. Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura on Wednesday urged Seoul to nullify court orders for Japanese companies to compensate former Korean wartime labors and settle by arbitration. Colonial-era Korean laborers are seeking a court approval for the sales of local assets held by their wartime employer Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, which has ignored a court's compensation order.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • 'You must be stupid': Duterte says he won't be tried by international court

    'You must be stupid': Duterte says he won't be tried by international courtPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared he will never be tried by an international court for mass killings in his war on drugs, and vowed no let up in a crackdown that he said he was winning and would see through "to the very end". In a television interview with a celebrity pastor, the firebrand leader said the Philippine justice system was working fine, so it would be "stupid" to imagine he would let an international court put him on trial.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Wary US swimmers share waves with deadly sharks off Cape Cod

    Wary US swimmers share waves with deadly sharks off Cape CodAt the entrance to Newcomb Hollow Beach, at the tip of the Cape Cod peninsula, the picture of a great white shark reminds swimmers that the US shores of the Atlantic must be shared with the ocean's most feared predator. The great whites swim to this region in the northeastern United States to hunt for one of their preferred foods -- seals. Since the Marine Mammal Protection Act was passed in 1972 the number of seals in Cape Cod has grown to more than 50,000.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Big Guns: Army Prototypes Range-Doubling New Artillery Weapon to Outgun Russia

    Big Guns: Army Prototypes Range-Doubling New Artillery Weapon to Outgun RussiaThe Army is building prototypes of a new artillery cannon that can more than double the range of existing weapons and vastly alter the strategic and tactical landscape shaping land war into the future.The Army program, called Extended Range Cannon Artillery, has been developing for several years; it is now entering a new phase through an Army deal with BAE Systems to build “Increment 1” prototypes.“This prototype phase will address capability gaps in the Army’s indirect fire systems and improve the rate and range of fire with the development of power distribution software and hardware integration solutions,” a BAE Systems statement said.During testing thus far, the Army has successfully fired a 155mm artillery round 62 kilometers - marking a technical breakthrough in the realm of land-based weapons and progressing toward its stated goal of being able to outrange and outgun Russian and Chinese weapons.Currently, most land-fired artillery shot from an M777 Towed Howitzer or Self-Propelled Howitzer are able to pinpoint targets out to 30km - so hitting 62km dramatically changes Army offensive attack capability. As part of an effort to ensure the heavy M777 is sufficiently mobile, the Army completed a “mobility” demonstration of ERCA prototypes last year.


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • California’s Sanctuary City Nightmare: 6 Reasons This Policy Is a Disaster

    California’s Sanctuary City Nightmare: 6 Reasons This Policy Is a DisasterIllegal immigrants released by local police in California after their arrests for minor offenses go on to be charged with more serious crimes such as murder, rape, and assault, according to a new government report.Those crimes could have been prevented if these sanctuary jurisdictions had turned over those accused to federal immigration officials for deportation, the report suggests.In one case, police in San Francisco arrested an illegal immigrant from Honduras again and again over nine months as he repeatedly was released and then booked again for more offenses rather than turned over to federal officials.The cases are documented in the newly published quarterly Declined Detainer Report from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement covering January, February, and March 2018. The report focuses solely on California jurisdictions, although most large municipalities across the country adopted “sanctuary” policies that prohibit local law enforcement from assisting federal immigration authorities. California is a sanctuary state.   When ICE determines an illegal immigrant accused of a criminal offense is in police custody, the agency issues a detainer. The paperwork is supposed to ensure the alleged offender will be transferred to federal authorities at the conclusion of his or her time in the local jail, instead of being released. But sanctuary jurisdictions—as a matter of policy—ignore the detainers, which in some cases means the criminal illegal immigrants are released and able to commit new crimes rather than be deported. The report says:


    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019

  • Man arrested in slaying of 75-year-old community activist

    Man arrested in slaying of 75-year-old community activistThe suspect in the slaying of a community leader who founded Baton Rouge's African American history museum was a tenant who owed her back rent, authorities said Tuesday. Ronn Jermaine Bell, 38, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of first-degree murder, city Police Chief Murphy J. Paul told news reporters. Bell is being held in the East Baton Rouge Parish jail.


    Tuesday, Jul 16, 2019