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News : Woman Beats Airline Security Ban By Chugging Whole Bottle Of Booze
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/26 3:53:39 (91 reads)

(RNN) - When airline security wouldn't allow a Chinese woman to bring a $200 bottle of cognac on a flight from Beijing to Wenzhou, rather than drop it in a trash can, she chugged the whole thing.
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News : NCMC Hosting 23 International Students
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 6:49:50 (77 reads)

North Central Missouri College at Trenton is hosting 23 international students this school year.
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News : Grundy County Sheriff Reports Three Arrests
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 4:29:25 (1252 reads)

Three arrests, each of them unrelated to the other, are reported from the Grundy County Sheriff's Department.

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News : IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson Dies Of Head Injury
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 4:07:00 (129 reads)

IndyCar driver Justin Wilson died Monday night from a head injury suffered when a piece of debris struck him at Pocono Raceway. He was 37.
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News : Gastonia Police Investigate After Cloaked Images Go Viral
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 3:59:22 (184 reads)

GASTONIA, NC (WBTV) - The image is creepy enough, but the information being passed along with it are even worse.
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News : Jamesport School Board Approves Tax Levy
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 5:46:15 (109 reads)

The Jamesport Tri-County Board of Education has approved a property tax levy of nearly four dollars 36 cents on the 100 dollars of assessed valuation.
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News : Missouri Unemployment Benefits Bill Looks Set For Override
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 4:22:55 (97 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - Enough Missouri senators appear to support an unemployment bill to vote to overturn Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto.
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News : Ellisville To Use Police To Control Deer Population
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 4:07:21 (98 reads)

ELLISVILLE, Mo. (AP) - Aldermen in Ellisville have given police authority to use rifles to reduce the growing deer population in the St. Louis County town.
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News : Joplin man Drowns After Rescuing Children From Flooded Ditch
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 3:58:09 (203 reads)

JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) - A Joplin man has drowned after jumping into a drainage ditch to rescue his son and another child.
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News : Clinton Facing Fresh Worries In Congress Over E-Mails
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 5:40:12 (115 reads)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing fresh worries among congressional Democrats about her use of a private email account while serving as secretary of state, as new polls signal that the inquiry is taking a toll on her presidential campaign.
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News : Livingston County Sheriff Reports Recent Activities
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:17:00 (355 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department has been very busy with investigations, some of which include scams, burglaries and felony arrest warrants.

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News : Tractor-Trailer Catches Fire At St. Joe Truck Stop
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:08:09 (205 reads)

(Newspress Now) - A truck driver resting at Love’s Truck Stop was woken up by another driver who told him his trailer was on fire.

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News : MDC Gets $1.1 Million In USDA Funds For New Program For Landowners
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:00:00 (149 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is receiving one of 15 grants announced Monday, Aug. 17, by United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack in which USDA is partnering with state agencies to improve wildlife habitat and enhance public access for recreational opportunities on private farmland, ranchland and forest land.

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News : Ex-Middle School Teacher Charged With Raping 13-Year-Old Girl
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 3:53:03 (321 reads)

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) - A former North Kansas City school teacher was charged earlier this month with statutory rape and child molestation. He is accused of luring a 13-year-old girl to have sex with him in a tree house.
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News : Mo. Dept. Of Conservation Announces Upcoming Waterfowl Season And Outlook
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 7:58:47 (100 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announces that duck hunters will again have a 60-day season for 2015-2016 hunting.
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News : Teacher Calms 14-Year-Old Who Held 29 Hostage With Gun In Classroom
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/26 3:48:43 (302 reads)

PHILIPPI, W.Va. (AP) -- With 29 terrified students looking on, a West Virginia high school teacher managed to calm a 14-year-old student who pointed a gun at her in her classroom, giving a police chief time to arrive and convince the boy to free his peers and surrender, authorities said.

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News : Dates Announced For Veteran Assistance
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 5:40:29 (68 reads)

Two dates and locations next month in Trenton have been announced for veterans to receive assistance and have questions answered.

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News : Missouri Man Accused Of Rape, Assault Of Pregnant Wife
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 4:13:44 (506 reads)

(Southeast Missourian) - A Chaffee, Missouri, area man was arrested after being accused of rape and assault by his pregnant wife.

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News : Stephens College Raises Full-Time Minimum Wage To $10 An Hour
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 4:03:54 (60 reads)

(Columbia Tribune) - Stephens College full-time employees at the bottom of the earnings ladder are getting a pay raise after the college bumped up its minimum wage to $10 per hour.
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News : Chase Daniel Or Alex Smith: Dreaded Quarterback Battle Strikes Chiefs
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/25 3:55:28 (167 reads)

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - It is a head coach's worst nightmare. Two quarterbacks competing for the same job.
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News : Chillicothe Police Investigate Victim Of Scam As Well As Malnourished Animals
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 5:26:51 (261 reads)

Officers at the Chillicothe Police Department were busy investing the victim of a scam, and with a call concerning malnourished animals.

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News : Maryville Woman Escapes River Unharmed
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 4:10:00 (200 reads)

(Newspress Now) - A 25-year-old Maryville, Mo., woman escaped serious injuries after a float trip turned frightening in Nodaway County over the weekend.

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News : Former Missouri Teacher Charged With Statutory Rape
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 4:03:16 (298 reads)

(kansascity.com) - A former North Kansas City Schools teacher has been accused of rape.


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News : Police: Man Came Out Of Truck In Ditch With Sawn-Off Shotgun
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/24 3:50:12 (116 reads)

(AP) - A Louisiana state trooper was fighting for life Sunday night after being shot in the head by a man whose pickup truck had run into a ditch, and who got out of the truck with a sawed-off shotgun, the head of Louisiana State Police said.
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News : Conservation Commission Approves Changes To 2016-2017 Deer Regulations
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:55:33 (640 reads)

The Missouri Conservation Commission set season dates and limits for the 2016-2017 fall deer season, and gave initial approval to several deer-hunting regulation changes proposed by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) at the Commission’s Aug. 19 meeting in Jefferson City.
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News : Unionville Girl Wins Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer At Mo State Fair
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:13:18 (116 reads)

The Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer honor went to Katelyn Gillum of Unionville, MO, and a member of the Putnam County FFA.
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News : "Low" Radioactive Contamination Found In Missouri Yards
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:01:58 (123 reads)

HAZELWOOD, Mo. (AP) - The Army Corps of Engineers says it has discovered "low-level" radioactive contamination in residential yards that back up to Coldwater Creek in St. Louis County.
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News : Teen With History Of Drinking Issues Admits Driving Drunk, Killing Man
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 3:57:40 (335 reads)

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) - A teen with a history of drinking and drug convictions admitted Thursday that he was drunk when he plowed into a couple, killing the man.

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News : City Of Spickard Taking Applications For City Clerk
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 8:54:51 (127 reads)

The community of Spickard is seeking applications for a City Clerk following the resignation of Mandi Massey.

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News : Farmers Making A Positive Impact In Missouri
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 7:39:58 (78 reads)

America’s Farmers Grow Communities will partner again with farmers to award more than $3.3 million to community nonprofits across the country.

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