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Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Approved by Springfield City Council, Greene County Commission - KSMU Radio KSMU RadioPrescription Drug Monitoring Program Approved by Springfield City Council, Greene County CommissionKSMU RadioSpringfield doctors and pharmacists will have a new tool to use when prescribing and handing out opiates and opioids. Springfield City Council approved the implementation of a prescription drug monitoring program for the city Monday night. Hours later ...Council vote paves way for church to ...

Greene County deputy dragged during attempted arrest; driver escaped - KY3 KY3Greene County deputy dragged during attempted arrest; driver escapedKY3SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KSPR) - The Greene County Sheriff's Department is searching for a driver who dragged a deputy during an arrest Tuesday morning. It all began after police responded to a car theft call on East Pythian Avenue. Officers then began a ...and more » ...

Trash Consolidation Study Back Before City Council - OzarksFirst.com OzarksFirst.comTrash Consolidation Study Back Before City CouncilOzarksFirst.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield's current trash collection system has been under study for several months, and today the City Council takes up the topic during a lunch study session. Last fall, the Council hired Burns and McDonnell of Kansas City to ... ...

Steakhouse Doe's Eat Place returns to Springfield - Springfield News-Leader Springfield News-LeaderSteakhouse Doe's Eat Place returns to SpringfieldSpringfield News-LeaderDoe's Eat Place has returned to Springfield. The Mississippi-based steakhouse chain opened a location at 935 N. Glenstone Ave. on Saturday, according to the restaurant's Facebook page. Doe's Eat Place previously operated on East Trafficway Street in ...Doe's Eat Place Reopens in Springfield417mag (blog)all 2 news articles » ...

Tulsa cuts into Springfield's division lead with win - Ozarks Sports Zone Tulsa cuts into Springfield's division lead with winOzarks Sports ZoneAndrew Buchbinder (Springfield Sports Information) Springfield, MO – The Tulsa Drillers hung on for the 6-4 win against the Springfield Cardinals before 2,875 fans at Hammons Field on Monday night. For the third time in their last four games, the ...and more » ...

First Watch hopes to open at former Shoney's site by October - Springfield News-Leader Springfield News-LeaderFirst Watch hopes to open at former Shoney's site by OctoberSpringfield News-LeaderThe former Shoney's in south Springfield will become a First Watch restaurant. Eleni Kouvatsos, a spokesman for Florida-based First Watch, told the News-Leader late last week that the goal is to open the restaurant at 2946 S. National Ave. by the end ...First Watch to ...



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New Facts Uncovered About Trump FBI Pick
New Facts Uncovered About Trump FBI PickMatt Katz, reporter for WNYC, talks with Rachel Maddow about the sketchy employment by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of Donald Trump's pick to replace James Comey has director of the FBI, Chris Wray.

Truck Driver Accused of Smuggling Immigrants Could Face the Death Penalty
Truck Driver Accused of Smuggling Immigrants Could Face the Death PenaltyAt least 10 people in the truck have died

Does Trump have ‘complete power to pardon’ himself? We asked a legal expert.
Does Trump have ‘complete power to pardon’ himself? We asked a legal expert.Can the president pardon himself? In an interview with Yahoo News, law professor Brian Kalt explains the presidential pardon power, historical precedents and how a pardon could affect independent counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.

Records: EPA chief jets away for weekends on taxpayer's dime
Records: EPA chief jets away for weekends on taxpayer's dimeWASHINGTON (AP) — Records show the head of the Environmental Protection Agency spent weekends in his home state during his first three months in office, frequently flying to and from Oklahoma at taxpayer's expense.

China says it wants to 'maintain stability' in disputed South China Sea
China says it wants to 'maintain stability' in disputed South China SeaBy Panu Wongcha-um BANGKOK (Reuters) - Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Monday Beijing wanted to maintain stability in the South China Sea as it seeks alliances in the region amid tensions in the disputed waters. The United States has criticized China for disregarding international law by the construction and militarization of artificial islands in the South China Sea, undermining regional stability. China claims most of the energy-rich sea through which about $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year.