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Accidents : 2 Cameron Residents Injured In Accident; One Arrested On DWI
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 5:27:48 (918 reads)

Two vehicles collided west of Cameron yesterday morning resulting in injuries for both drivers from Cameron; one of them was arrested.
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News : 4 Reasons Wal-Mart Is The Most Hated Retailer In America
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 4:20:00 (415 reads)

(YAHOO) - If your idea of shopping hell is a trip to Walmart , you’re not alone.
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News : State Leaders Want To Crack Down On Child Sex Trafficking In Missouri
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 4:12:20 (85 reads)

(KOMU) - JEFFERSON CITY - Roughly a dozen witnesses, made up of state leaders and residents, testified during a house hearing Wednesday in support of a bill that would crackdown on child sex-trafficking crimes in Missouri.
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News : Boy Found Clutching Dog In Fire Slowly Recovering From Injuries
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 4:02:18 (146 reads)

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A 5-year-old boy who was rescued in a house fire, clutching his dog, will be getting out of the hospital soon.
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News : 7 Infected, 2 Dead After 'Superbug' Outbreak At Hospital
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 3:54:52 (638 reads)

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Contaminated medical instruments are to blame for infecting seven patients - including two who died - with an antibiotic-resistant and potentially deadly "superbug" at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, hospital officials said.
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Sports : Trenton Bulldog Coaches Shows For Wednesday, 2/11/15
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/18 17:09:19 (54 reads)

The basketball and wrestling seasons are beginning their race to the finish, with the hoops seasons starting districts on Monday, and the wrestling state tournament starting tomorrow (Thursday) in Columbia.
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Sports : NCMC Lady Pirates Win At Cottey, Clinch Region 16 Tie
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/18 15:00:00 (76 reads)

While not yet securing the #1 seed for next weekend's Region 16 postseason tournament in Joplin, the North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates will do no worse than a tie with St. Louis for the top spot, after rallying for a 77-76 win on Tuesday night at Cottey College.
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Sports : Cameron Spoils Trenton's Senior Night With Sweep
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/18 14:43:28 (78 reads)

The Cameron Dragons won both ends of a varsity basketball doubleheader, broadcast Tuesday night on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.
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News : Teen's Death Highlights Dangers Of Pure Powdered Caffeine
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 9:27:58 (215 reads)

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - It can be bought with the click of a mouse but with just a spoonful, powder caffeine can be lethal.

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News : FBLA District 19 Leadership Conference Held In Trenton
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 9:14:09 (138 reads)

The Future Business Leaders of America held the District 19 Leadership Conference at North Central Missouri College, Tuesday, February 17.
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News : Felony Charges Dismissed Against Trenton Resident
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:51:15 (1475 reads)

Felony charges in Grundy County have been dismissed against 40 year old Erick Wattenbarger of Trenton.
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News : Chula Couple Arrested In Sullivan County On Multiple Charges
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:32:44 (1785 reads)

The Highway Patrol reports the Monday arrest of two persons with a Chula address during a traffic stop in Sullivan County.
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News : Proposed Bill could Raise Speed Limits On Highways In Rural Areas
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:11:21 (172 reads)

One Missouri representative wants to raise speed limits on highways in rural areas throughout the state, but MoDOT says it isn't sure it's safe.
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News : Police: Suspect In Double Missouri Homicide Arrested
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:01:30 (167 reads)

(News-Leader) - The man who police believe killed his ex-girlfriend and her adult son in a Springfield home last week was arrested by U.S. Marshals on Tuesday in southeast Arkansas.
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News : Springfield Woman Accused of Foiled Murder-For-Hire Plot
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 3:54:30 (127 reads)

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) - A southern Missouri woman is jailed without bond on federal charges that she tried to hire someone to kill her sister.
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Accidents : Jameson Man Dies In I-35 Accident
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 5:25:06 (571 reads)

A man from Jameson died yesterday afternoon when he was thrown from his overturning vehicle in Clinton County.

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News : Beef Prices Trending Downward, Missouri Consumers Could See Relief
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 4:15:31 (110 reads)

After a year of record beef prices in 2014, Missouri consumers could soon see some relief, according to MU agricultural economics professor Ron Plain.
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News : After Third Try, Judge Finally Accepts Man's Guilty Plea
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 4:07:31 (156 reads)

(Columbia Tribune) - The third time was the charm for Derrick O. Webster, whose guilty plea to an April armed robbery was finally accepted Wednesday.

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News : Dancer's Death Reveals World Of 'Pumping Parties,' Surgery
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 3:58:30 (174 reads)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- An exotic dancer's death at an airport hotel has led Philadelphia police to investigate the strange underworld of "pumping parties" and illegal cosmetic surgery.
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News : Independence Man Pleads Guilty To Child Porn, Upskirt Photos, Faces 15 Years in Prison
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 3:52:19 (88 reads)

Nicholas A. Braile, 25, of Independence, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah W. Hays to two counts of attempting to produce child pornography.
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Sports : Milan Wildcats Become 15th Member Of Grand River Conference
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/18 15:30:00 (572 reads)

The Milan School Board, on Tuesday night, voted to accept an invitation from the expanding Grand River Conference to become the newest member of the league. The vote was six in favor, and one against.
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Sports : Chiefs Begin Receiver Moves By Axing Jenkins, Avery
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/18 14:48:48 (69 reads)

Kansas City, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - The Kansas City Chiefs cut ties with a pair of disappointing wide receivers on Tuesday, releasing veteran Donnie Avery and placing former first-round pick A.J. Jenkins on waivers.
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Sports : Princeton Boys Beat Gallatin, Move Within One Win Of GRC Title
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/18 14:20:00 (82 reads)

The Princeton Tigers won a Grand River Conference showdown on Tuesday night, beating the Gallatin Bulldogs 49-47.
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News : Fighting Wrinkles: Cream Promises To Make You Instantly Ageless
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 9:22:36 (155 reads)

NEW ORLEANS, LA (KCTV/WWL) - For many women, a better body isn't just about improving their looks but getting back to a look once had.

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News : Chillicothe Firefighters Rescue Child In Overnight Fire
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 6:22:15 (439 reads)

Chillicothe fire department and others responded to a structure fire overnight at 19 Webster Street with occupants of the 2nd floor trapped.
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News : Grundy R-5 Homecoming To Be Held Friday Night
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:37:22 (106 reads)

Grundy County R-5 School Homecoming will be Friday night, February 20, at Galt against the Pattonsburg teams. First basketball game begins at 6 o'clock.
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News : Man Beats Wife On Wedding Night After Failing To Get Her Dress Off
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:17:54 (631 reads)

(NYPost) - It was a dream wedding, a romantic ceremony, with the bride looking resplendent in white.

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News : Former School Principal Facing Heroin Charge Expected To Surrender
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 4:07:23 (228 reads)

(heartlandconnection) - Authorities say a former Hannibal elementary school principal is expected to turn himself in soon.
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News : Judge Sentences Man To 15 Years For Shooting At Police
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 3:57:37 (112 reads)

(semissourian) - A Jackson man was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday for his actions during a June 2012 confrontation with police.
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News : Woman Sentenced To 21 Months For Hiring Illegal Workers
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/18 3:52:12 (173 reads)

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - A co-owner of two Kansas City-area hotels has been sentenced to a year and nine months in federal prison for hiring workers who were in the country illegally and paying them less than other employees.
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