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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 (151 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 : Clinton Facing Fresh Worries In Congress Over E-Mails
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 5:40:12 (117 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 (378 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 (232 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 (153 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 (334 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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Accidents : Bethany Man Hurt In Accident At Brimson
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 9:05:23 (500 reads)

A Bethany resident was hurt yesterday morning when the car he was driving overturned off highway 146 at Brimson.
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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 (107 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 : Smoke Testing To Resume In Trenton
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 7:34:25 (251 reads)

Trenton Municipal Utilities has recently retained the services of TREKK Design Group, LLC to assist in the analysis of sanitary sewer system.
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News : Man Charged With Alleged Sexual Abuse Of 3-Year Old
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:31:19 (529 reads)

Authorities said Wednesday an Odessa man was charged with allegedly having sex with a 3-year-old in a Fayette residence.

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News : Trickle-Down Effect Of 2015 Goes Beyond Farm Community
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:22:47 (140 reads)

In 45 years of farming, Boone County farmer Robert Brown has never seen anything like the flood of troubles Missouri faces this season.

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News : Police: Tattoo Parlor Owner Hid Cameras, Spied On Tenants
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:12:28 (290 reads)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The owner of a Kansas City tattoo parlor has been charged with 42 felony counts of invasion of privacy after hidden cameras were found in the apartment of a woman living above his store.
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News : Women Accused Of Forcing Child To Eat Cat Litter
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:05:36 (265 reads)

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) - There are appalling abuse allegations against two women out of Independence who are accused, among other things, of forcing a child to eat cat litter.
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Sports : Milan And Knox County Begin Final Tri-Rivers Football Season "Receiving Votes"
Posted by Tom on 2015/8/19 15:42:57 (256 reads)

The four-time defending Tri-Rivers Conference football champion Milan Wildcats have six votes, with the rival Knox County Eagles grabbing eight votes, in the Week 1 high school football poll from the Missouri Broadcasters and Sportswriters Association.
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Accidents : 3 Injured In 2 Separate Accidents
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/19 5:41:05 (640 reads)

The Highway Patrol was busy with accidents in Clinton and Macon counties.

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Accidents : Two Elderly Women From Albany Injured In Thursday Accident
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 6:21:18 (223 reads)

Two elderly women from Albany were injured yesterday in an accident in Gentry County.
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News : Conservation Commission Approves Changes To 2016-2017 Deer Regulations
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/21 4:55:33 (647 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 (120 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 (126 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 (338 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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Accidents : Iowa Man Hurt In High Speed Accident On I-35 Near Cameron
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 9:10:29 (342 reads)

The highway patrol reports a pickup truck that had been clocked at 97 miles an hour during a routine radar check went off the left side of Interstate 35, hit a guardrail, and came to rest in the median south of Cameron.
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News : City Of Spickard Taking Applications For City Clerk
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 8:54:51 (131 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 (82 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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News : Statewide Traffic Fatalities Increase By 13 Percent Over Last Year
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:44:17 (93 reads)

A single vehicle crash that claimed the lives of 16 people would definitely make the news as a national tragedy. However, just this past weekend, 16 lives were lost on Missouri's roadways, day by day - in single and multiple numbers.
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News : Planned Parenthood Responds To Investigation
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:27:38 (98 reads)

(KOMU)- Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri has released a statement after Senator Kurt Schaefer announced an investigation into the organization's practices.
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Accidents : "Silence Of The Lambs" Home For Sale
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:15:43 (107 reads)

LAYTON, PA (WTAE/CNN) - A home famous for being the setting of horror movie The Silence of the Lambs is for sale in Layton, PA.
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News : Teen Mom Searched For Ways To Induce Miscarriage Before Baby's Death
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 4:09:28 (232 reads)

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) - A teen mother says she didn't know she was pregnant before delivering a baby girl, but court documents detail chilling details of her searching the Internet for ways to induce a miscarriage while 38 weeks pregnant.


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News : Protests In St. Louis After Police Shoot 18-Year-Old Suspect Who Pointed Gun At Police
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/20 3:59:37 (125 reads)

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Officers arrested at least nine people and deployed tear gas amid protests in St. Louis over the death of a black 18-year-old who was fatally shot by police after he pointed a gun at them, the city's police chief said.
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News : Funeral Services Set For Brandon "BJ" Bouzek
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/19 6:25:11 (2396 reads)

Funeral services for Brandon James “BJ” Bouzek, 25, of Trenton, are scheduled for 4:00 PM on Friday, August 21, 2015 at Resthaven Mortuary North of Trenton.

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Accidents : 14-Year-Old Girl Injured In Accident In Harrison County
Posted by Randy on 2015/8/19 5:37:05 (421 reads)

In rural Harrison county last evening, a 14 year old girl injured in an accident when a sports utility vehicle went off a lettered route and overturned.
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