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Kansas City Roadway Shootings May Be Linked [Video]

Kansas City Roadway Shootings May Be Linked [Video]

No city is immune to shootings. They happen all the time, all around us. However, the prospect of being at the receiving end of a bullet starts to feel like a real possibility when the targets are multiple, seemingly random, and connected to the same shooter or shooters. Such is the current situation in areas […]

Missouri Executes Fifth Inmate in as Many Months for Teen Rape and Murder

Missouri Executes Fifth Inmate in as Many Months for Teen Rape and Murder

State officials in Missouri are ready to execute a man, who would become their fifth execution in as many months, who was convicted of kidnapping and then raping and murdering a teenage girl who he saw working at a gas station attendant. The girl was strangled. The man, Jeffery Ferguson, age 59, is scheduled to […]

Three Elephants Run Away From The Circus in Missouri

Three Elephants Run Away From The Circus in Missouri

Three elephants, apparently fed up with performing in the Shrine circus in Missouri, escaped from it on Saturday, and instead decided to roam around the parking lot, damaging several cars, reported Missouri State police. There were no injuries. The Shrine Circus released a press release that stated the elephant handlers were able to calm down […]

Elephants Escape From Circus

Elephants Escape From Circus

Three elephants escaped from a circus in St. Charles, Missouri on Saturday. The elephants escaped from the back of the circus arena and wandered through a parking lot. They were able to be corralled by the elephant trainers. The elephants are part of the Moolah Shrine Circus, which is run by the Royal Hanneford Circus. […]

Blind Boone: African American Pianist of Classical Music and Ragtime

Blind Boone: African American Pianist of Classical Music and Ragtime

The inability to see did not prevent “Blind” Boone from becoming a nationally known concert pianist whose performances combined classical music and ragtime. As an African American, born in 1864 to a former slave, he overcame great hardship, poverty and discrimination to use his talent to inspire others. His mother, Rachel Boone, had been working […]

Missouri and Midwest Get More Bad Weather, Blizzard Forecast for Minnesota

Missouri and Midwest Get More Bad Weather, Blizzard Forecast for Minnesota

The days of ice and rain seem to have been replaced by more bad weather in the form of rain and melting snow, throughout Missouri and parts of the Midwest, while a blizzard has been forecast in Minnesota for Friday. On Wednesday, the warm and sunny weather saw people coming out to enjoy the break […]

Police Find the Body of Hailey Owens but Are Too Late to Help

Police Find the Body of Hailey Owens but Are Too Late to Help

Missouri police stated that they discovered the body of Hailey Owens in Craig Wood’s basement during the night and even though she had only been missing less than 12 hours, it was already way too late, the child was dead. The tiny Springfield, Missouri girl, age 10, had been seen last only around a block […]

Missouri K-8 School Coach Craig Michael Wood Charged With Murder of Girl

Missouri K-8 School Coach Craig Michael Wood Charged With Murder of Girl

Missouri K-8 school football coach Craig Michael Wood was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder for the death of a 10-year-old girl.  Dan Patterson, Greene County’s Prosecuting Attorney, filed charges Wednesday afternoon.  In addition to the murder charge, Wood has also been charged with armed criminal action and kidnapping charges.  Patterson revealed that Hailey Owens had […]

Missouri Kidnap Victim Found Murdered in School Coach’s Home

Missouri Kidnap Victim Found Murdered in School Coach’s Home

Tragically, Missouri police have released a statement which says they are positive they have found the body of Hailey Owens, age 10, who had been kidnapped only one day earlier from the front of a neighbor’s house. She was discovered inside the house of a coach from her school. The athletics coach at the Pleasant […]

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  • Pharmaceutical Drug Samples May Have a Health Cost April 18, 2014
      According to an editorial in the journal JAMA Dermatology, ″Drug Samples in Dermatology,″ pharmaceutical drug companies have been using a clever way to sell more product. They give it away. These free drug samples may have a health cost hidden among the perceived benefits, however. Patients and doctors alike have been tempted to think […]
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  • Matt Flynn Signs With Green Bay Packers April 18, 2014
    After a rollercoaster ride for Matt Flynn, he ends up back where he began, with the Green Bay Packers. Flynn and the Packers came to an agreement on Monday to finalize his fate, at least for the next season. The Green Bay Packers signed Matt Flynn on as their back-up quarterback for the season and […]
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  • Heartburn Linked to Esophageal Cancer April 18, 2014
    April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, and public concern for the disease should be at an all time high. One possible culprit responsible for the increase according to recent medical studies indicates that heartburn is linked to esophageal cancer. In 2006 over 16,000 people were diagnosed with esophageal cancer in the United States according to The Soci […]
    Cholia Johnson
  • Private Lives of Nashville Wives Episode 8: Confrontation & Resolution April 18, 2014
    After last week’s episode left a huge divide between Jenny and the rest of the wives, sans Sarah, episode 8 of Private Lives of Nashville Wives consisted of a confrontation and resolution between the ladies and the start of a new beginning. Having said that, it is doubtful whether or not the type A Jennifer […]
    Michael Smith
  • South Korea Ferry Sinking: Nearly 290 Missing April 18, 2014
    Nearly 290 people are still missing many hours after a ferry sank off South Korea’s southwest coast on Wednesday. At least 14 people are confirmed dead and 55 injured. Officials said there were 475 people on board the ferry, most of them high school pupils, which was heading for the Jeju island when it sent […]
    Rahad Abir

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