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MURDER APPEAL

  • A man convicted of two murders in Barry County will appeal his sentence.  Christopher Paschall was convicted and sentenced for shooting and killing the mother of his children, Casey Brace and her grandfather Herbert Townsend while kidnapping their two-year old daughter in Barry county in January of 2015.  Attorney William Fleischaker filed notice of appeal on Friday.

JOSH HAWLEY TOUR

  • Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley brought his "let's debate tour," to Joplin on Saturday.  He spoke to residents about a wide range of issues such as the supreme court confirmation and immigration.  Hawley also continued to challenge his opponent in the u-s senate race, Claire McCaskill to a debate in the back of trailer.

OFFICER MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE

  • A white Dallas police officer is been arrested on a manslaughter charge for shooting a black man after she says she mistook his apartment for her own.  The Texas Department of Public safety says Amber Guyger fatally shot 26-year old Botham Jean Thursday after her shift.  Lawyer's for Jean's family had been calling for her arrest.

MOONVES OUT

  • CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves has resigned, bowing to pressure brought on by a widening sexual harassment scandal.  The number of women now publicly accusing Moonves of sexual misconduct has doubled to 12, according to the New Yorker magazine.  Moonves has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct.

HURRICANE FLORENCE

  • Hurricane Florence is gaining strength as it rumbles towards the east coast.  While the storm isn't expected to hit until later this week, people along the shore are already filling sandbags and gathering supplies.  Both the Carolinas and Virginia are now under states of emergency.

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  • Missouri AG Fires Back at Duck Boat Court Filings

    Monday, September 24 2018 10:23 PM EDT2018-09-25 02:23:49 GMT
    Missouri's Attorney General is firing back in court filings, arguing the court should not dismiss a lawsuit filed against the owner of Branson's "Ride the Ducks" attraction. Ripley Entertainment and Branson Duck Vehicles filed motions to dismiss the case or move it federal court. Hawley says those actions are designed to "hamper and delay the state's enforcement action" and to "thwart judicial review of their actions and evade any court order that would bar ...More >>
    Missouri's Attorney General is firing back in court filings, arguing the court should not dismiss a lawsuit filed against the owner of Branson's "Ride the Ducks" attraction. Ripley Entertainment and Branson Duck Vehicles filed motions to dismiss the case or move it federal court. Hawley says those actions are designed to "hamper and delay the state's enforcement action" and to "thwart judicial review of their actions and evade any court order that would bar ...More >>
  • Veterans Court Mentor Shortage

    Veterans Court Mentor Shortage

    Monday, September 24 2018 7:54 PM EDT2018-09-24 23:54:37 GMT

    Sterling King is a United States veteran who's trouble with addiction led him to the Jasper County Veterans Court. It also led him to fellow veteran and his Veterans Court mentor, Ted Donaldson. 

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    Sterling King is a United States veteran who's trouble with addiction led him to the Jasper County Veterans Court. It also led him to fellow veteran and his Veterans Court mentor, Ted Donaldson. 

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  • Cattle Theft, $5000 Reward in Crawford County, KS

    Cattle Theft, $5000 Reward in Crawford County, KS

    Monday, September 24 2018 7:39 PM EDT2018-09-24 23:39:19 GMT
    The Crawford County Sheriff's Office says nearly 30 head of cattle have been stolen from an area farm. On September 22nd, 2018, authorities responded to the area of south 520th Ave (Country Club Rd) and 205th Street about the theft of cattle. The cattle, belonging to Wood Farms, are 600 to 650 lbs, all black in color with some having white faces except one all red steer. Authorities say the cattle had yellow tags in the left ear and purple tags in the right ear. The the...More >>
    The Crawford County Sheriff's Office says nearly 30 head of cattle have been stolen from an area farm. On September 22nd, 2018, authorities responded to the area of south 520th Ave (Country Club Rd) and 205th Street about the theft of cattle. The cattle, belonging to Wood Farms, are 600 to 650 lbs, all black in color with some having white faces except one all red steer. Authorities say the cattle had yellow tags in the left ear and purple tags in the right ear. The the...More >>
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