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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 -

KOLR10 - Regional News

  • 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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  • Triple threat: Tropical Storm Imelda swamps Texas, Humberto nears Bermuda and TD 10 forms in Atlantic

    Triple threat: Tropical Storm Imelda swamps Texas, Humberto nears Bermuda and TD 10 forms in AtlanticWhile Hurricane Humberto nears Bermuda, there's flooding in Texas due to Tropical Storm Imelda, and Tropical Depression 10 is spinning up in the Atlantic


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Vatican seeks trial for seminarian accused of sex abuse

    Vatican seeks trial for seminarian accused of sex abuseThe Vatican's criminal prosecutor is seeking to indict a one-time seminarian accused of sexually abusing younger seminarians who lived inside the Vatican and served as altar boys at papal Masses in St. Peter's Basilica. The Vatican said Tuesday an indictment was also being sought for the former rector of the Vatican's St. Pius X youth seminary, who is accused of aiding and abetting the crime. The scandal at the Holy See's own youth seminary is particularly grave, given that the alleged misconduct occurred inside the Vatican's own walls and was covered up for years until it was exposed by Italian journalists in 2017.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Wisconsin brothers charged with operating counterfeit vaping cartridge operation

    Wisconsin brothers charged with operating counterfeit vaping cartridge operationTyler and Jacob Huffhines ran an operation that cranked out 3,000 to 5,000 counterfeit vaping cartridges each day, authorities say.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Trump news - live: Impeachment hearing exposes 'absolute coverup by White House', as former top aide dodges questions

    Trump news - live: Impeachment hearing exposes 'absolute coverup by White House', as former top aide dodges questionsDemocrats in the House Judiciary Committee have launched the first impeachment hearings into allegations that Donald Trump obstructed justice and abused power, with the president's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appearing before the committee as the first witness to testify on questions that were raised by the Mueller report released earlier this year.The witness had been gagged by the White House, however, and two more aides – Rick Dearborn and Rob Porter – were reportedly told to ignore subpoenas and not attend the session with the Democratic-led panel on the grounds that they are protected by “absolute immunity”.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • US-Russia nuclear war would kill 34 million people within hours and is increasingly likely, Princeton study concludes

    US-Russia nuclear war would kill 34 million people within hours and is increasingly likely, Princeton study concludesMore than 90 million people would be killed or injured in a nuclear war between the US and Russia if a conventional conflict went too far, according to a new simulation created by researchers.Such a scenario has become “dramatically” more plausible in the last two years because the two countries have dropped support for arms-control measures, according to a team from Princeton University.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • A flight from Vietnam to South Korea was delayed for 11 hours after the pilot arrived at the airport and realized he had lost his passport

    A flight from Vietnam to South Korea was delayed for 11 hours after the pilot arrived at the airport and realized he had lost his passportT'Way Air said it was investigating the incident and how the pilot lost his passport, and that it put passengers in a hotel and fed them breakfast.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • A North Carolina sheriff allegedly plotted the death of his own deputy because the officer had a tape of him making 'racially offensive' comments

    A North Carolina sheriff allegedly plotted the death of his own deputy because the officer had a tape of him making 'racially offensive' commentsGranville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins urged someone to kill a deputy, saying, "The only way you gonna stop him is kill him," an indictment says.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • HK activists take cause to US Congress, urge pressure on Beijing

    HK activists take cause to US Congress, urge pressure on BeijingLeaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement on Tuesday appealed directly to US lawmakers to exert pressure on Beijing, warning that an erosion of the city's special status would embolden China's leaders around the world. In an appearance likely to infuriate Beijing, young people at the forefront of Hong Kong's mass protests testified before a congressional commission in support of US legislation aimed at defending Hong Kongers' civil rights. "This is not a plea for so-called 'foreign interference,' nor for Hong Kong independence," said Cantopop star Denise Ho, whose music has been banned in mainland China for her activism.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Afghan president narrowly avoids Taliban bomb in worst violence since collapse of US negotiations

    Afghan president narrowly avoids Taliban bomb in worst violence since collapse of US negotiationsTaliban suicide bombers killed at least 48 people and wounded dozens more in two blasts Tuesday - one at a campaign rally for the president and the other in Kabul - with the insurgents warning of more violence ahead of elections. The first attack saw a motorcyclist detonate a suicide bomb at a checkpoint leading to a rally where Ashraf Ghani, the president, was addressing supporters in central Parwan province, just north of the capital, killing 26 and wounding 42. Just over an hour later another blast also claimed by the Taliban rocked central Kabul near the US embassy. Authorities initially did not give casualty figures, but later said 22 people had been killed and a further 38 wounded. The explosions came after Donald Trump, the US president, abruptly ended talks with the Taliban earlier this month over a deal that would have allowed the US to begin withdrawing troops from its longest war. One of the bombs was detonated near the US Embassy in Kabul Credit: AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi In a statement sent to media claiming responsibility for both blasts, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the attack near Mr Ghani's rally was deliberately aimed at disrupting the September 28 elections. "We already warned people not to attend election rallies, if they suffer any losses that is their own responsibility," the statement said. An image from the scene near Mr Ghani's rally, roughly an hour's drive north of Kabul, showed the remains of a burnt motorcycle, with a body on top, covered by a blanket and next to a badly damaged police car. Taliban control in Afghanistan Women and children were among the causalities, Parwan hospital director Abdul Qasim Sangin said. The president, who was speaking to his supporters at the time of the blast, was unhurt but later condemned the attack, saying the incident proved the Taliban had no real interest in reconciliation. "As the Taliban continue their crimes, they once again prove that they are not interested in peace and stability in Afghanistan," said Mr Ghani in a statement.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • UPDATE 1-Russia detains two N.Korean vessels after one opens fire - reports

    UPDATE 1-Russia detains two N.Korean vessels after one opens fire - reportsRussian border guards have detained two North Korean boats in Russian territorial waters in the Sea of Japan after one of them attacked a Russian patrol, local media cited the Federal Security Service (FSB) as saying on Tuesday. A Russian border patrol discovered two North Korean schooners and 11 motorboats fishing illegally off its far eastern coast and detained the first vessel, prompting the second one to open fire, the FSB was quoted as saying. Three Russian border guards were wounded in the incident.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • U.N. Security Council overcomes Chinese veto threat to renew Afghanistan mission

    U.N. Security Council overcomes Chinese veto threat to renew Afghanistan missionThe United Nations Security Council unanimously agreed on Tuesday to extend a U.N. political mission in Afghanistan after last-minute talks overcame a Chinese threat to veto if there was no reference to Beijing's global Belt and Road infrastructure project. The resolutions mandating the mission in 2016, 2017 and 2018 all included a reference welcoming and urging efforts like China's Belt and Road initiative to facilitate trade and transit, but in March the United States and some other council members said they could no longer accept that language. The council agreed then to a six month rollover of the mandate of the U.N. mission, known as UNAMA, and that expires on Tuesday.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • U.S. to Return Ambassador to Belarus as Minsk Seeks New Friends

    U.S. to Return Ambassador to Belarus as Minsk Seeks New Friends(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. plans to return its ambassador to Belarus, ending a freeze in ties with the authoritarian former Soviet republic which had lasted for more than 11 years.“We are happy to see that chapter closing, and we are closing it because of the concrete steps in the direction that you, Mr. President, had taken to improve this relationship,” David Hale, Undersecretary of State for political affairs, told Alexander Lukashenko during a meeting in Minsk.The U.S. withdrew its ambassador from Minsk in 2008 as relations between the two countries spiralled lower over Washington’s allegations of human-rights abuses by the Belarusian government. In 2006, Lukashenko was subjected to U.S. sanctions, which remain in place.Amid rising tensions in recent months with his main ally and patron, Russia, Lukashenko has sought to rebuild ties with the U.S. and Europe. Moscow has pushed for closer links under a longstanding agreement to form a union state, but Minsk has been reluctant to give in too much to its much larger neighbor. The U.S., meanwhile, has sought to limit Russia’s sway over its neighbors.Hale said the U.S. strongly supports Belarus’ sovereignty and independence. Lukashenko told the U.S. diplomat he wouldn’t allow the deployment of short- or medium-range missiles in his country -- something Russia has suggested it might do in response to threatened U.S. military moves in Europe -- but only if doing that didn’t undermine Belarus’ security.To contact the reporter on this story: Aliaksandr Kudrytski in Minsk, Belarus at akudrytski@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Balazs Penz at bpenz@bloomberg.net, Gregory L. White, Torrey ClarkFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Macron worried attack on Saudi oil may hurt moves to ease U.S.-Iran crisis: diplomats

    Macron worried attack on Saudi oil may hurt moves to ease U.S.-Iran crisis: diplomatsPARIS/RIYADH (Reuters) - An attack on Saudi oil installations that halted half the kingdom's output could harm French diplomacy meant to avert feared U.S.-Iranian conflict, diplomats said after President Emmanuel Macron's top envoy held talks in Saudi Arabia. The United States has blamed Tehran for the attack. Iran has denied responsibility and on Tuesday again ruled out talks with Washington unless it rescinds sanctions and returns to a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran that it ditched last year.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Iran charges three detained Australians with spying

    Iran charges three detained Australians with spyingIran has charged three detained Australians with spying, a judiciary spokesman said on Tuesday, after the reported arrest of a travel-blogging couple and an academic. Two of the Australians were alleged to have used a drone to take pictures of military sites, while a third was accused of spying for another country, spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili told reporters. It was the first official confirmation that Australians have been detained in Iran after the families of three of them said last week they had been arrested in the Islamic republic.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • NYC to Allow 1.1 Million Students to Skip Class for Climate Protests

    NYC to Allow 1.1 Million Students to Skip Class for Climate ProtestsNew York City public schools will allow 1.1 million students  to skip classes Friday in order to attend the planned "climate strike" ahead of the United Nations Climate Action Summit.The protests aim to press the Summit for immediate action to stop climate change, and are geared specifically for the participation of young people.Reactions to the decision have been ecstatic in some cases, as protest organizers contemplate what they hope will be the largest climate change protest in the history of the U.S.“This completely changes things, and it’s our doing,” Xiye Bastida, 17, a senior at Beacon High School in Manhattan, told the New York Times. Some teachers at her school were planning to accompany students to the protests even before the school district granted permission to do so.“We’re not against the school system,” she said. “We need the schools to work with us because our larger goal is to stop the fossil fuel industry.”


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Merkel urges return to Iran nuclear deal to defuse Middle East tensions

    Merkel urges return to Iran nuclear deal to defuse Middle East tensionsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday called for a return to an international deal curbing Iran's nuclear activities as the only way to defuse tensions in the Middle East. "We believe that the deal to stop Iran from acquiring military nuclear capabilities is a building block we need to get back to," Merkel said during a news conference with Jordan's King Abdullah. "But there is also a long list of other burdens coming from Iran like the ballistic missiles program and its engagement in Syria," she said.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is the 3rd Trump administration member linked to Jeffrey Epstein or his circle

    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is the 3rd Trump administration member linked to Jeffrey Epstein or his circleThe Daily Beast reported Monday that Steven Mnuchin acted as a legal representative for a company owned by an associate of Jeffrey Epstein.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • 20 killed as truck plunges down ravine in Philippines

    20 killed as truck plunges down ravine in PhilippinesTwenty people, including children, were killed Tuesday in the southern Philippines when the flatbed truck they were riding in plummeted into a ravine, police said. The dead included children aged between one to six years old, with the driver among those injured, he added. Deadly road accidents are common in the Philippines, where inadequately maintained buses and poorly trained drivers form the backbone of land transport options.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • A flight in India was delayed when a swarm of angry bees covered the cockpit window and attacked staff who tried to remove them

    A flight in India was delayed when a swarm of angry bees covered the cockpit window and attacked staff who tried to remove themFirefighters were eventually brought in to get the plane, with 135 passengers and Bangladesh's information minister on board, to take off.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

  • Police clear major migrant camp in northern France

    Police clear major migrant camp in northern FranceGrande-Synthe (France) (AFP) - French police began clearing around 1,000 migrants from a gymnasium near the northern port of Dunkirk on Tuesday after a court ruled it was a health and security hazard. The mayor of Grande-Synthe in December 2018 opened up the sports hall to migrant families seeking shelter from the cold. Since then, it has grown into a makeshift camp with around 800 people sleeping in tents pitched around the crammed gymnasium where some 170 people, mostly Iraqi Kurds hoping to reach Britain, had been sheltering.


    Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019