Rain some snow tonight colder Wednesday
A few thunderstorms have developed along the cold front. Temperatures are dropping rapidly behind the front and winds are gusting to near 40mph. Find out how raw a day Wednesday is going to be by watching the forecast. ...
A Heart for Haiti: School a luxury for many kids
Haiti is known as the poorest country in the world.
The World Bank notes that more than 80-percent of Haitians live on less than 2-dollars a day. So, survival is about the only priority there.
But, hundreds of folks from the Ozarks are helping Haitians afford to go to school, to try and turn around that country's future.
There is nothing in the way of luxuries or conveniences ...
Family hits snag in plans to raise goats inside Lebanon city limits
Forget the dogs and cats. The Kremer family strays from the popular path when it comes to pets.
Goats, big and little, make themselves at home in family’s back yard.
“These have a playpen in the house where they have lived in the house,’ stated Jill Kremer.
“My wife wanted to have milk that we could drink and be able to make cheese. She has also made goat ...
Missouri House passes bill tripling abortion waiting period
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri House has approved legislation tripling the waiting time for women to get abortions after first visiting their doctors.
The bill would extend the amount of time between a woman's doctor visit and her procedure to 72 hours. Missouri now has a 24-hour waiting period.
The House voted 115-39 on Tuesday to send the bill to the Senate. Missouri would become ...
Kansas City Chiefs' free agents find big deals elsewhere
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs were quiet on the opening day of free agency, even as several players who were instrumental in their turnaround found big deals elsewhere.
The Falcons agreed to five-year contracts with defensive tackle Tyson Jackson and offensive guard Jon Asamoah on Tuesday. Both of them were draft picks of former Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli, who has since joined the ...
Federal jury convicts former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A jury has convicted former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner of federal bribery and extortion charges for accepting $36,000 in cash from a bond trader to whom she steered state business.
However, after Tuesday's verdict, the judge must rule on a motion to acquit filed by defense lawyers, who argued that the government didn't prove key elements of its case, including that ...