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Human remains found in Mountain View Missouri

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Howell County, Mo - - (10/18/17) Human remains found in Mountain View, Missouri in March have been confirmed to be 25-year-old missing Willow Springs woman, Elizabeth Hornbeck. Hornbeck was reported missing on September 26th, 2015 and was last seen at Veteran's Memorial Park in Mountain View. 

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Missing person from Taney County found safe

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Taney Co., MO -- (10/17/17) Taney County authorities have issued a missing person Brianna Nicole Jensen DOB- 01/04/1996 White Female, 5’ 4”, 140 lbs, long blonde hair. Last seen around 2 am by roomate at 243 State Hwy F Lot#4. Was texting her father around 0523 hours on Oct. 17, 2017. Roommate was unaware she had left the camper. No contact has been made with Brianna since that time. 

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Arkansas man sentenced for bomb threats

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Springfield, Mo. – (10/18/17) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Arkansas man was sentenced in federal court today for making bomb threats to the Cedar County Courthouse in an effort to cancel his own court hearing that he feared would send him to jail.  

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3 dead, 2 in critical condition in 'targeted attack'

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FoxNews.com - (10/18/17)  Three people were killed and two others were in critical condition after a 'targeted attack' by a gunman at a business north of Baltimore early Wednesday, officials said. The suspect was not in custody and police had launched a dragnet for the shooter, identified by Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler as 37-year-old Radeed Labeeb Prince.

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Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

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(GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

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Say Something Week brings awareness to suicide prevention at Nixa High School Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (10/17/17) - Last year, the Nixa High School lost one of their own. And students said they weren’t able to grieve or, even, talk about it. That’s why, this year, Say Something Week has started. Say Something Week gives power back to kids to help prevent tragedies and save lives when they say something to a trusted adult. “Being a teenager in today’s world can be tough and a challenge. But the reality is that there is a lot of help and a lot of... More>>

Sexual assault victim speaks out Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (10/17/2017) Every 98 seconds, someone in the U.S. becomes a victim of sexual assault. At just 21 years old, Kate Rademacher became one of those victims. "I was at a bar with some of my friends and we got into an argument. My friend left and I was there still drinking. The next morning, I woke up in an abandoned apartment with nothing but an air mattress, and I just chalked it up to a rough night of drinking at that point," said Kate Rademacher.

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Former Walnut Grove City Clerk sentenced for embezzlement

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Springfield, Mo. – (10/17/17) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that the former city clerk of Walnut Grove, Mo. was sentenced in federal court today for a credit card fraud scheme in which she embezzled city funds.  

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Missouri Firefighter dies during vehicle crash in California

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Napa County, California. -- (10/17/17) A southwest Missouri Firefighter has died in a car crash out in California. Garrett Paiz was a volunteer firefighter who went out to help with the wildfires but overturned his vehicle heading downhill. The investigation of the crash is ongoing and it is unknown to what might have caused the crash.

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Man makes threats, holds wife at gun point

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Joplin, MO -- (10/17/17) Today, the Joplin Police Department received a call at 11:13 AM for a well-being check at 1501 South Jackson. The caller reported being on the phone with a female at the residence when her husband came in and made threats. The husband also said he would shoot the caller if they came over. There was concern for the well-being of the female. Joplin officers arrived and attempted to make contact and learned the male was armed with a gun, holding a smal... More>>

Suspect leads police on 17-mile car chase

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Nixa, MO -- (10/17/17) Nixa police have arrested one man who led officers on a 17-mile pursuit. At 12:40 this afternoon near Mt. Vernon Street and Nicholas Road, a Nixa Police Officer attempted to stop a suspected DWI driver whose license was known to be revoked based on a previous interaction earlier today. The 36-year-old driver led a pursuit north on Nicholas to Plainview, across to 160 and back to Nixa. 

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Independence man charged with stabbing step-father

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Independence, MO -- (10/17/17) An Independence man is in custody after deputies responded to a call of a stabbing in the early morning hours of Monday, October 16th. According to Sheriff’s Office Officials, the incident took place on 1725 Road near Sheldon Mo where the suspect, who has been identified as 28-year-old Richard A Kirkham, was arrested at the scene of the incident. 

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Judge blocks Trump travel ban

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foxnews.com--(10/17/17) A federal judge in Hawaii has blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban – just hours before it was expected to go into effect across the United States. Tuesday’s decision from U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Honolulu stops the administration’s third attempt to indefinitely ban entry into the country by most nationals of Libya, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea. The ban would also prevent some Venezuelan gov... More>>

Two arrested after officer heard three gun shots

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Joplin, Mo. -- (10/17/17) On 10-17- 2017 an officers was stationary at 7th and Jackson and heard three gunshots. An officer at the police station heard them as well. As officers began investigating, a caller reported they had occurred around 9 th and Grand. 

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Deputy dispatched to house results in shooting

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Springfield, Mo. -- (10/17/17) On October 16, 2017, a deputy was dispatched to 2607 W. Vincent in reference to bullet holes found on the outside of the house. During the investigation, the deputy also observed bullet holes on the outside of a neighboring home, 2619 W. Vincent. 

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MSU taking action against sexual harassment Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (10/16/2017) Sexual harassment on campus is a problem for colleges worldwide, however, here in Springfield, Missouri state is taking active measures to prevent it. "If you look at the statistics, it's as if this is 1952. There is still one in four, one in five, women that will be affected by this, men are victimized in this way as well. So, it continues to be important to fight to stop these things from happening."

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Breast cancer screenings could just save your life Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (10/16/17) - More than likely, someone you know has been affected by breast cancer. That’s why Cox Health recommends getting an annual mammogram. Sot Kelly heard, clinical supervisor “we can’t prevent breast cancer, however, with early detection we can improve drastically a woman’s prognosis.” Heard says it might be time to get tested if you experience symptoms such as; pain, discomfort, lumps, or changes in the breast. 

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School district adds a therapy dog to its staff Video included

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(REEDS SPRING, Mo.--10/16/2017) There’s a new classmate for students at Reeds Spring Intermediate School, but he isn’t there to learn. Ranger, a Goldendoodle, joined the teaching staff at Reeds Spring this year for therapeutic service for students.

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Two missing from Eldridge area

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Eldridge, Mo, -- (10/16/17) The Laclede County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two runaway children from the Eldridge, MO., area. Fourteen-year-old Lacey Lemons and her eleven-year-old sister Stacey Lemons left their home sometime last night. 

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More than 1,000 alarms installed

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Springfield, Mo, -- (10/16/17) Since April, Springfield firefighters have installed more than 1,000 smoke alarms in area neighborhoods as a part of Project RED Zone. 

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Fugitive of the week

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Springfield, Mo. -- (10/16/17) Colton Randall Wilson has been up to no good in Springfield, earning him a spot as our featured Fugitive of the Week. Wilson is a 25 year old white male, 5'11, 160 lbs, with brown hair, and hazel eyes. 

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Friday is Buckle Up Phone Down Day

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Jefferson City – (10/16/17) The Missouri Department of Transportation and the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety are challenging you and those you know at home, work, school, or in your community to buckle up and put your phone down.

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Numerous hiring events with the mobile career center

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Springfield, Mo – (10/16/17) In the coming weeks be sure to keep an eye out for the Missouri Job Center’s Mobile Career Center. The MJC bus will be available for job seekers to apply for open positions at many area businesses. 

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Bowe Bergdahl pleads guilty in desertion case

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FoxNews.com - (10/16/17)  Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl pleaded guilty Monday to charges he endangered comrades by walking away from his post in Afghanistan in 2009 -- the court case wrapping up just three years after a stunning Rose Garden spectacle in which former President Barack Obama, flanked by Bergdahl's parents, triumphantly announced the soldier's release from captivity.

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Firefighters Making Progress Against California Blazes Video included

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Napa County, CA - (10/13/2017) Fire officials said crews are starting to make some progress in containing the wildfires that have ravaged Northern California since Sunday and killed at least 36 people. An estimated 90,000 people were driven from their homes as flames ripped through cities and neighborhoods, destroying at least 5,700 homes and businesses. More than 9,000 firefighters are battling the remaining 17 wildfires, but more manpower and equipment brought into the state is...

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  • Human remains found in Mountain View Missouri

    Human remains found in Mountain View Missouri

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:48 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:48:27 GMT

    Howell County, Mo - - (10/18/17) Human remains found in Mountain View, Missouri in March have been confirmed to be 25-year-old missing Willow Springs woman, Elizabeth Hornbeck. Hornbeck was reported missing on September 26th, 2015 and was last seen at Veteran's Memorial Park in Mountain View. 

    Howell County, Mo - - (10/18/17) Human remains found in Mountain View, Missouri in March have been confirmed to be 25-year-old missing Willow Springs woman, Elizabeth Hornbeck. Hornbeck was reported missing on September 26th, 2015 and was last seen at Veteran's Memorial Park in Mountain View. 

  • Missing person from Taney County found safe

    Missing person from Taney County found safe

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:46 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:46:13 GMT

    Taney Co., MO -- (10/17/17) Taney County authorities have issued a missing person Brianna Nicole Jensen DOB- 01/04/1996 White Female, 5’ 4”, 140 lbs, long blonde hair. Last seen around 2 am by roomate at 243 State Hwy F Lot#4. Was texting her father around 0523 hours on Oct. 17, 2017. Roommate was unaware she had left the camper. No contact has been made with Brianna since that time. 

    Taney Co., MO -- (10/17/17) Taney County authorities have issued a missing person Brianna Nicole Jensen DOB- 01/04/1996 White Female, 5’ 4”, 140 lbs, long blonde hair. Last seen around 2 am by roomate at 243 State Hwy F Lot#4. Was texting her father around 0523 hours on Oct. 17, 2017. Roommate was unaware she had left the camper. No contact has been made with Brianna since that time. 

  • Arkansas man sentenced for bomb threats

    Arkansas man sentenced for bomb threats

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:39 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:39:44 GMT

    Springfield, Mo. – (10/18/17) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Arkansas man was sentenced in federal court today for making bomb threats to the Cedar County Courthouse in an effort to cancel his own court hearing that he feared would send him to jail.  

    Springfield, Mo. – (10/18/17) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Arkansas man was sentenced in federal court today for making bomb threats to the Cedar County Courthouse in an effort to cancel his own court hearing that he feared would send him to jail.  

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  • 3 dead, 2 in critical condition in 'targeted attack'

    3 dead, 2 in critical condition in 'targeted attack'

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 11:47 AM EDT2017-10-18 15:47:25 GMT

    FoxNews.com - (10/18/17)  Three people were killed and two others were in critical condition after a 'targeted attack' by a gunman at a business north of Baltimore early Wednesday, officials said. The suspect was not in custody and police had launched a dragnet for the shooter, identified by Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler as 37-year-old Radeed Labeeb Prince.

    FoxNews.com - (10/18/17)  Three people were killed and two others were in critical condition after a 'targeted attack' by a gunman at a business north of Baltimore early Wednesday, officials said. The suspect was not in custody and police had launched a dragnet for the shooter, identified by Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler as 37-year-old Radeed Labeeb Prince.

  • Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

    Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 10:00 PM EDT2017-10-18 02:00:26 GMT

    (GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

    (GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

  • Judge blocks Trump travel ban

    Judge blocks Trump travel ban

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 5:46 PM EDT2017-10-17 21:46:56 GMT
    foxnews.com--(10/17/17) A federal judge in Hawaii has blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban – just hours before it was expected to go into effect across the United States. Tuesday’s decision from U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Honolulu stops the administration’s third attempt to indefinitely ban entry into the country by most nationals of Libya, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea. The ban would also prevent some Venezuelan gov...
    foxnews.com--(10/17/17) A federal judge in Hawaii has blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban – just hours before it was expected to go into effect across the United States. Tuesday’s decision from U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Honolulu stops the administration’s third attempt to indefinitely ban entry into the country by most nationals of Libya, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea. The ban would also prevent some Venezuelan gov...
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  • Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

    Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 10:00 PM EDT2017-10-18 02:00:26 GMT

    (GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

    (GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

  • Louisville basketball coach fired after fraud investigation

    Louisville basketball coach fired after fraud investigation

    Monday, October 16 2017 5:54 PM EDT2017-10-16 21:54:50 GMT

    Foxnews.com -- (10/16/17) Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino was officially fired Monday following a federal investigation into fraud claims against the athletic program. The move comes after Pitino was put on unpaid administrative leave on Sept. 27. University of Louisville’s Interim President Greg Postel confirmed that the school was part of an FBI investigation into fraud and corruption in college basketball launched in September, ESPN reported. 

    Foxnews.com -- (10/16/17) Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino was officially fired Monday following a federal investigation into fraud claims against the athletic program. The move comes after Pitino was put on unpaid administrative leave on Sept. 27. University of Louisville’s Interim President Greg Postel confirmed that the school was part of an FBI investigation into fraud and corruption in college basketball launched in September, ESPN reported. 

  • Backlash in ‘Big Bang Theory’ star’s sexual assault interview

    Backlash in ‘Big Bang Theory’ star’s sexual assault interview

    Monday, October 16 2017 4:25 PM EDT2017-10-16 20:25:16 GMT

    Foxnews.com -- (10/16/17) In an effort to give her point of view on the ever-growing scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein and sexism in Hollywood, “Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik has opened herself up to some sharp ridicule from fans. The star clarified in a Facebook live video Monday that she regrets how her lengthy op-ed for The New York Times about the Harvey Weinstein scandal has been received.

    Foxnews.com -- (10/16/17) In an effort to give her point of view on the ever-growing scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein and sexism in Hollywood, “Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik has opened herself up to some sharp ridicule from fans. The star clarified in a Facebook live video Monday that she regrets how her lengthy op-ed for The New York Times about the Harvey Weinstein scandal has been received.

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  • Football game forfeited after 9 players take blows to head

    Football game forfeited after 9 players take blows to head

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:53 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:53:04 GMT

    Foxnews.com -- (10/18/17) A high school team in Canada forfeited a game Friday after nine players suffered head injuries, CBC News reports. The coach of the Ecole L'Odyssee Olympiens said he had no choice after four members of the team in New Brunswick showed symptoms of concussion, including vomiting. "We had to forfeit the game for players' safety and security," Marcel Metti said. The teens with concussion symptoms were still feeling ill on Sunday, he said. 

    Foxnews.com -- (10/18/17) A high school team in Canada forfeited a game Friday after nine players suffered head injuries, CBC News reports. The coach of the Ecole L'Odyssee Olympiens said he had no choice after four members of the team in New Brunswick showed symptoms of concussion, including vomiting. "We had to forfeit the game for players' safety and security," Marcel Metti said. The teens with concussion symptoms were still feeling ill on Sunday, he said. 

  • Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

    Neighbors react to deputy involved shooting

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 10:00 PM EDT2017-10-18 02:00:26 GMT

    (GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

    (GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- 10/17/2017)  A 58-year-old man is in the hospital being treated for non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting that occurred late Monday night.

  • Backlash in ‘Big Bang Theory’ star’s sexual assault interview

    Backlash in ‘Big Bang Theory’ star’s sexual assault interview

    Monday, October 16 2017 4:25 PM EDT2017-10-16 20:25:16 GMT

    Foxnews.com -- (10/16/17) In an effort to give her point of view on the ever-growing scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein and sexism in Hollywood, “Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik has opened herself up to some sharp ridicule from fans. The star clarified in a Facebook live video Monday that she regrets how her lengthy op-ed for The New York Times about the Harvey Weinstein scandal has been received.

    Foxnews.com -- (10/16/17) In an effort to give her point of view on the ever-growing scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein and sexism in Hollywood, “Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik has opened herself up to some sharp ridicule from fans. The star clarified in a Facebook live video Monday that she regrets how her lengthy op-ed for The New York Times about the Harvey Weinstein scandal has been received.

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  • Human remains found in Mountain View Missouri

    Human remains found in Mountain View Missouri

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:48 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:48:27 GMT

    Howell County, Mo - - (10/18/17) Human remains found in Mountain View, Missouri in March have been confirmed to be 25-year-old missing Willow Springs woman, Elizabeth Hornbeck. Hornbeck was reported missing on September 26th, 2015 and was last seen at Veteran's Memorial Park in Mountain View. 

    Howell County, Mo - - (10/18/17) Human remains found in Mountain View, Missouri in March have been confirmed to be 25-year-old missing Willow Springs woman, Elizabeth Hornbeck. Hornbeck was reported missing on September 26th, 2015 and was last seen at Veteran's Memorial Park in Mountain View. 

  • Missing person from Taney County found safe

    Missing person from Taney County found safe

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:46 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:46:13 GMT

    Taney Co., MO -- (10/17/17) Taney County authorities have issued a missing person Brianna Nicole Jensen DOB- 01/04/1996 White Female, 5’ 4”, 140 lbs, long blonde hair. Last seen around 2 am by roomate at 243 State Hwy F Lot#4. Was texting her father around 0523 hours on Oct. 17, 2017. Roommate was unaware she had left the camper. No contact has been made with Brianna since that time. 

    Taney Co., MO -- (10/17/17) Taney County authorities have issued a missing person Brianna Nicole Jensen DOB- 01/04/1996 White Female, 5’ 4”, 140 lbs, long blonde hair. Last seen around 2 am by roomate at 243 State Hwy F Lot#4. Was texting her father around 0523 hours on Oct. 17, 2017. Roommate was unaware she had left the camper. No contact has been made with Brianna since that time. 

  • Arkansas man sentenced for bomb threats

    Arkansas man sentenced for bomb threats

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:39 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:39:44 GMT

    Springfield, Mo. – (10/18/17) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Arkansas man was sentenced in federal court today for making bomb threats to the Cedar County Courthouse in an effort to cancel his own court hearing that he feared would send him to jail.  

    Springfield, Mo. – (10/18/17) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Arkansas man was sentenced in federal court today for making bomb threats to the Cedar County Courthouse in an effort to cancel his own court hearing that he feared would send him to jail.  

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