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  • Man kept girlfriend locked in a box since January. She escaped, but man is still at large
    Man who locked girlfriend in box for months has horrific kidnap and rape priors
    A man who was under a supervised release from prison and who is a registered sex offender was somehow able to get away with keeping his latest girlfriend locked in a box in his home since January. The unidentified woman escaped that box this week...
  • Puppy mill dog rescued from breeder
    Research shows puppy mills good for economy? Shame on University of Missouri
    The University of Missouri recently released a study done by their Commercial Agriculture Program showing that dog breeders bring revenue to the State of Missouri. How wonderful for the State of Missouri. Not so wonderful for the dogs who live in...
  • Odessa weather forecast for April 30, 2015
    Odessa weather forecast for April 30, 2015
    A clear and cool night is expected with temperatures falling into the low 40s.Mostly sunny and perfect weather for Thursday. High temperatures will reach the low to mid 70s.A beautiful weekend is in store with plenty of sunshine and high...
  • Dining in Branson
    Four fun places to dine in Branson, Missouri
    If you’ve ever traveled to Branson, Missouri, you know it’s the live music capital of the country. Finding a show for the evening, or even a dozen shows, is the easy part. Finding a great place to have lunch or dinner might need a bit...
  • Nursing home caregiver charged with raping and sodomizing patient
    Nursing home caregiver charged with raping and sodomizing patient
    John Carrier, 25, an attendant at the Life Enhancement Village in Nixa, Missouri, was charged with the sexual assault of a nursing home patient under his care, according to an Associated Press report carried by Fox News. On April 21, Carrier was...
  • Parma New Madrid County Missouri map photo
    80 percent of Missouri town's police force quit after first black mayor elected
    It might not be what it looks like but after the town of Parma, Missouri, elected its first African American female mayor, Tyrus Byrd, 80 percent of the police force resigned. To add to the exodus, the town's water treatment supervisor and the...
  • Tyrus Byrd, the first black female mayor of Parma
    City staff and cops resigned when black female was elected mayor
    The small town of Parma, Missouri has elected its first black female mayor, and not everybody is happy about it. In fact, 80 percent of the city’s staff resigned when she was sworn in last week, including five of their six police, the city...
  • End Racism
    Media selling reform as racism in Missouri
    The election of a new mayor in Parma, Mo. has made national headlines, but unfortunately not for what the real story probably is. Tyrus Byrd is the first black woman to be elected mayor of this small town, but according to Huffington Post, that...
  • Puppy horribly maimed in Missouri
    $1000 reward for information about puppy maimed and left for dead in Missouri
    A puppy was maimed and left in a dog crate to die a horrid, painful death in New Madrid, Missouri on April 8, 2015. Her tongue was almost severed, her lower jaw was shattered, and she was in excruciating pain when she was found inside a filthy...
  • Mother reunited with daughter
    Mother reunited with daughter after believing she was dead
    After believing that her child had died 49 years ago, 76-year-old Zella Jackson Price of Missouri discovered that her daughter was very much alive. She finally got the reunion she always wanted on Thursday, when she met her daughter Melanie...
  • Irish need not apply
    Not all violence is physical
    There is a movement of violent oppression attacking the Land of the Free. They don't see themselves as violent because they don't physically attack anyone. There are no beatings or deaths in this particular kind of oppression. But not all...
  • A sack of potatoes is all he carries
    Cracking down on SNAP: No more cookies or steaks and no more movies either
    For a long time, conservatives have had a sneaking suspicion that welfare recipients have been using their food stamps to purchase luxury items, and they’ve been taking offense to the instances that have hit the radar. Now, a bill being...
  • Becky Schoenig stolen Ford Fusion comes back pimped out
    Becky Schoenig's stolen Fusion returns with new 'vibe': Thief pimped out car
    Becky Schoenig didn’t have the best day Monday when she went out to get into her Ford Fusion and found it had been stolen, but come Wednesday things turned around. She is thanking the thieves who took her car because she got it back and the...
  • This is just one of the very adoptable dogs waiting for rescue in Missouri
    Desperate for help with homeless dogs in Southeast Missouri
    Too many stray and abandoned dogs. Dogs abandoned in trailers for weeks before they are found. Dogs left in boarding and never picked up. Stray dogs. That's why these dogs are in shelters in rural Missouri. And when there are too many dogs...
  • Pony Express rider
    Getting the mail through
    The nation’s first transcontinental connection, the Pony Express began on April 3, 1860 in St. Joseph, Missouri. It operated for 16 months until it was replaced with the completion of the transcontinental telegraph. Despite its very short...
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