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Monday on KOAM Morning News... Tawnya Bach talked to Dr. Eric Copeland, a clinical psychologist with Mercy Hospital who specializes in child psychology, about a new study on video games and children.

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  • Medday Thursday: Clays for a Cause (Part 2)

    Medday Thursday: Clays for a Cause (Part 2)

    Thursday, September 27 2018 9:23 AM EDT2018-09-27 13:23:47 GMT

    The 5th Annual Clays for A Cause is set for Saturday, October 6th!

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    The 5th Annual Clays for A Cause is set for Saturday, October 6th!

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  • Medday Thursday: Clays for a Cause (Part 1)

    Medday Thursday: Clays for a Cause (Part 1)

    Thursday, September 27 2018 9:24 AM EDT2018-09-27 13:24:51 GMT

    Join the Bill and Virginia Leffen Center for Autism for the fifth annual Clays for a Cause sporting clay tournament at Claythorne Lodge! The event includes silent auctions, side matches and a raffle. KOAM's Michael Hayslip sits down with Kristy Parker to find out more.

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    Join the Bill and Virginia Leffen Center for Autism for the fifth annual Clays for a Cause sporting clay tournament at Claythorne Lodge! The event includes silent auctions, side matches and a raffle. KOAM's Michael Hayslip sits down with Kristy Parker to find out more.

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  • Medday Thursday: Swing Beds

    Medday Thursday: Swing Beds

    Thursday, September 20 2018 8:37 AM EDT2018-09-20 12:37:19 GMT
    Mercy Hospital Columbus Administrator Angie Saporito explains what the “swing bed” program is and why the concept is such a benefit to patients.More >>
    Mercy Hospital Columbus Administrator Angie Saporito explains what the “swing bed” program is and why the concept is such a benefit to patients.More >>
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  • Southeast Kansas Looks for Economic Solutions

    Southeast Kansas Looks for Economic Solutions

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 9:15 PM EDT2018-10-17 01:15:35 GMT

    The organizer of the Pittsburg Regional Economic Outlook Conference is optimistic about Southeast Kansas' economic future this year, but that wasn't the case at the last two conferences.

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    The organizer of the Pittsburg Regional Economic Outlook Conference is optimistic about Southeast Kansas' economic future this year, but that wasn't the case at the last two conferences.

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  • Missing Person Update: Body Found in River Near Fort Scott, KS

    Missing Person Update: Body Found in River Near Fort Scott, KS

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 7:38 PM EDT2018-10-16 23:38:51 GMT
    The Fort Scott Police Department has found a body believed to be that of 74-year-old Edith Hawkins. Police say they were called to S. Clark Street around 1:05 this afternoon (Oct. 16, 2018) in reference to a missing person. Authorities were told that Hawkins left her home earlier in the day around 10:00 a.m. and had not been seen since. Family members told police that she suffered from Alzheimer's. The Fort Scott Police and Fire Departments, Bourbon County Sheriff's Office,...More >>
    The Fort Scott Police Department has found a body believed to be that of 74-year-old Edith Hawkins. Police say they were called to S. Clark Street around 1:05 this afternoon (Oct. 16, 2018) in reference to a missing person. Authorities were told that Hawkins left her home earlier in the day around 10:00 a.m. and had not been seen since. Family members told police that she suffered from Alzheimer's. The Fort Scott Police and Fire Departments, Bourbon County Sheriff's Office,...More >>
  • 2 Bridges Reopen to 4200 Drivers in Ottawa Co., OK

    2 Bridges Reopen to 4200 Drivers in Ottawa Co., OK

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 6:09 PM EDT2018-10-16 22:09:33 GMT
    The two bridges over Spring River and Spring River Overflow on SH-10 closed in November of 2017. The bridges, located about five miles east of the I-44 Will Rogers Turnpike, were built in 1952 and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation says they were found to be structurally deficient in 2017. ODOT estimated the project cost was around $11 million. The bridges reopened on October 15th, 2018. ODOT says about 4,200 drivers used them every day before they closed....More >>
    The two bridges over Spring River and Spring River Overflow on SH-10 closed in November of 2017. The bridges, located about five miles east of the I-44 Will Rogers Turnpike, were built in 1952 and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation says they were found to be structurally deficient in 2017. ODOT estimated the project cost was around $11 million. The bridges reopened on October 15th, 2018. ODOT says about 4,200 drivers used them every day before they closed....More >>
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