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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-(6/23/17) Severe storms that blew through the Ozarks this afternoon have left many in Springfield feeling lucky to be alive. “It sounded like a train and a jet airplane all mixed together," said Colin Bowen.  Bowen was at home with his four dogs when the storms hit, he said he decided to seek cover when it looked like the walls of his house were beginning to bow, "The house was shaking and rattling, all I could do was sit there and shake and... More>>

Ferguson settles Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit for $1.5 million

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Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit was settled for  $1.5 million. Ferguson's city attorney tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that an insurance company will make the payout. A federal judge approved the settlement in the suit filed by Brown's parents. Brown's family sued the city of Ferguson, former Police Chief Tom Jackson and Former Police Officer Darren Wilson.

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Shooting at JFK Stadium leaves one injured

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/22/2017) Police are investigating a shooting that took place at JFK Stadium on South Grant Ave. Authorities received a 911 call around 6:46 p.m. regarding shots that had been fired at the stadium. When police arrived at the scene, they found a male in his 50s with a single gunshot wound to his side. He was transported to a local hospital where he remains in stable condition. 

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Cleanup of empty homeless camp delayed

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) The hearing over the cleanup of the now empty homeless camp on North Glenstone is set to be rescheduled.  The judge presiding over the hearing, Robert Handley, recused himself today from the case. Handley cited that he did not want to come to a decision that could later come under "collateral attack." 

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University of Missouri revokes Cosby’s honorary degree

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Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The University of Missouri will revoke an honorary degree it granted to Bill Cosby. This is the first time the university has ever revoked an honorary degree. University system President Mun Choi is recommending that the university’s Board of Curators strip the comedian of a doctorate in humane letters he received in 1999. Choi cites allegations from several women that Cosby sexually assaulted them.

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New Disaster Recovery Centers Set to Open

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) New FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers are set to open in the coming days. Two recovery centers are set to open Saturday, June 24, in Oregon County, in the city of Alton, and also in Ozark County, in the city of Gainesville. Another center is set to open Monday, June 26, in Stone County in the city of Galena. 

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Upcoming “COPS” episode features Springfield Police Department

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) Springfield Police Department officers will be featured in an upcoming episode of “COPS”, set to air at 6:30 p.m. CDT on SPIKE on June 24. In the segment in which SPD is featured, “an officer gives valuable advice to a young mother with a troubled past,” according to the “COPS” website. 

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Salvation Army and Westlake Ace Hardware Partner to Bring Heat Relief

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) The Salvation Army and Westlake Ace Hardware are teaming up to help provide relief from the summer heat to area residents. Westlake Ace is hosting a fan drive beginning Friday, June 23 through Sunday, July 9. The Salvation Army will distribute donate fans to local residents.  

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Planned Parenthood Possible De-funding

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) An approved U.S. House bill that would de-fund Planned Parenthood for a year now hits the Senate floor. The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood in Missouri Mary Kogut says she's concerned about the possible repercussions that could result from the de-funding. "Our biggest concern is always for our patients. Our patients come to us for a number of different services. and the primary things that they come to us for are birth control, exams, can...

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Inmate escapes after fire at jail

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Hartville, Mo. - (6/23/17) An inmate has escaped the Wright County Jail in Hartville after a fire was intentionally set. Authorities say Brett Anthony, 36, fled from the jail after it was evacuated due to a large amount of smoke from a fire that was set inside a mattress in one of the jail cells. Anthony is said to have ran northbound from the jail. Anthony is 5-foot-9, weighing 175 pounds and is bald. He was last seen wearing an orange jail uniform.

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No tapes: Trump says he didn't record meetings with Comey

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FoxNews.com -- (06/22/2017) President Donald Trump said Thursday on Twitter that he "did not make" and doesn't have any recordings of his private conversations with ousted former FBI Director James Comey. "With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking and illegal leaking of information," Trump said he has "no idea" whether there are "tapes" or recordings of the two men's conversations. 

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Seattle Seahawks’ Justin Britt speaks at Lebanon clinic opening

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LEBANON, Mo. -- (06/22/2017) Jordan Valley Community Health Center and Pathways Community Health (part of Compass Health) hosted a dedication and open house today to celebrate the opening of the new, full service clinic. After the formal dedication and ribbon cutting, kid friendly activities were offered, such as a visit from the Bat Mobile, Batman and Robin. A light dinner was also served at no charge to the community. 

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St. Louis boy killed by huge wave on Alabama coast

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Fox2Now.com -- (06/22/2017) The 10-year-old child from St. Louis who was killed after a large wave knocked a beach log in front of the condo his family was vacationing in has been identified as Nolan McCabe . The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office reports that the log toppled onto the boy, killing him. They arrived on the scene located in the 3100 block of Ponce De Leon Court for a possible drowning at around 10:30am Wednesday.

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Pay it Forward: Pastor Charles Howard Video included

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St. Robert, MO.- (6/21/17) 

Meet Pastor Charles Howard of God’s Agape Church in St. Robert. Pastor Howard, a retired military veteran of 20 years has been with the ministry for the past nine and according to the community is changing peoples lives, one day at a time .           

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Missouri Attorney General Sues Opioid Manufacturers for Fraud Video included

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- (06/21/2017) Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley filed a lawsuit today against three large drug manufacturing companies in the Circuit Court of St. Louis City. Hawley is suing Purdue Pharma, Endo Health Solutions and Janssen Pharmaceuticals. The lawsuit alleges that these companies fraudulently misrepresented the serious risks posed by the drugs they manufacture and sell. “Our state faces an urgent public-health crisis brought on by fraud. 

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House explodes near Bois D'Arc

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BOIS D'ARC, Mo. -- (06/21/2017) A home near Bois D'Arc, just west of Springfield, has been completely destroyed after a propane tank exploded earlier this afternoon.  Firefighters received a call about an explosion on north Farm Road just before 4:00 P.M. Officials said that the propane tank that was being worked on had leaked and ignited the explosion. Officials also said that 30 to 40 gallons of propane may have leaked, however, no one was inside the home.  

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Chimpanzee dead after fight, fall at Kansas City Zoo

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Fox4KC.com -- (06/21/2107) A violent exchange in a chimpanzee exhibit leaves an animal dead and the Kansas City Zoo staff mourning his loss. Zoo regular Harold Miller said he's spent many mornings walked to the three-acre chimpanzee exhibit. He didn't realize Wednesday morning he was about to watch Bahati, a chimpanzee, fall about 40 feet to his death. "I heard the chimps making a racket even before I got near to the enclosure," Miller said. 

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Woman hides loaded gun in birth canal

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Fox4Beaumont.com -- (06/21/2017) A Texas woman who police said packed a loaded pistol in her vagina has been sentenced to probation after she pleaded guilty to drug possession. Ashley Cecilia Castaneda has been sentenced to 10 years on deferred probation for methamphetamine possession. The 33-year-old Waco woman also was fined $2,500. 

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Springfield could expand 'Safe Housing Program' Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-(6/20/17) The Springfield Safe Housing Program was put into place by the City of Springfield to address unsafe conditions in rental properties, allowing tenants to report complaints directly to the City. Now improvements to that program are being proposed that could make it even easier to hold landlords accountable for conditions inside rental homes.  An idea proposed to council today is a city-wide inspection program, that would require owners of singe family r...

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Death Toll Increasing From Opioid Abuse Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (06/20/17) - Hundreds of small toxic drug laboratories are found in all areas of Missouri. According to county health ranking, 173 people died last year because of drug overdoses here in Greene County. And the most deaths from drug overdoses in Missouri are, shockingly, female. The opioid epidemic is hitting females mainly around the ages of 25 to 45.

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Dickerson Park Zoo reveals gender of cheetah triplets

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/20/2017) Guests attending Dickerson Park Zoo’s gender reveal party on June 20 were sprayed with pink and blue silly string to announce the sex of the cheetah triplets born May 2. The cubs, named Wally, Glenn and Maggie, and mother, Roni, are still off exhibit to allow for plenty of bonding time. Zoo veterinarian Dr. Rodney Schnellbacher recently gave the cubs their first exam. “They will have a follow up exam in about two weeks, but everythin... More>>

Four Seasons residents arrested on drug charges

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CAMDENTON, Mo. -- (06/20/2017) After serving a search warrant at a residence in Four Seasons, Camden County Deputies, along with members of the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Task, took two individuals into custody. 

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UPDATE: Two missing Ozark teenagers found safe

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UPDATE: The two missing Ozark teenagers have been located and are safe according to the Ozark Police Department. Ozark, Mo. - (6/20/17) The Ozark Police Department is asking for your help in finding two missing female teenagers. Victoria Deel, 14, and Kaisha Harrison, 14, were last seen yesterday at the Ozark High School around 10:55 a.m.

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Camdenton man arrested on child molestation charges

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CAMDENTON Mo. – (06/19/17) A Camden County man faces charges related to molesting two female juveniles. Forty-three year old Gregory Bates is being charged with first-degree sodomy and first-degree child molestation after he allegedly touched two underage girls inappropriately for almost a year. Bates is also being accused of having one of the girls perform inappropriate sexual acts with him. He is being held in the Camden County jail on a $1 million dollar cash-only bond.

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  • Shooting at JFK Stadium leaves one injured

    Shooting at JFK Stadium leaves one injured

    Friday, June 23 2017 8:59 PM EDT2017-06-24 00:59:57 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/22/2017) Police are investigating a shooting that took place at JFK Stadium on South Grant Ave. Authorities received a 911 call around 6:46 p.m. regarding shots that had been fired at the stadium. When police arrived at the scene, they found a male in his 50s with a single gunshot wound to his side. He was transported to a local hospital where he remains in stable condition. 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/22/2017) Police are investigating a shooting that took place at JFK Stadium on South Grant Ave. Authorities received a 911 call around 6:46 p.m. regarding shots that had been fired at the stadium. When police arrived at the scene, they found a male in his 50s with a single gunshot wound to his side. He was transported to a local hospital where he remains in stable condition. 

  • Cleanup of empty homeless camp delayed

    Cleanup of empty homeless camp delayed

    Friday, June 23 2017 8:51 PM EDT2017-06-24 00:51:03 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) The hearing over the cleanup of the now empty homeless camp on North Glenstone is set to be rescheduled.  The judge presiding over the hearing, Robert Handley, recused himself today from the case. Handley cited that he did not want to come to a decision that could later come under "collateral attack." 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) The hearing over the cleanup of the now empty homeless camp on North Glenstone is set to be rescheduled.  The judge presiding over the hearing, Robert Handley, recused himself today from the case. Handley cited that he did not want to come to a decision that could later come under "collateral attack." 

  • University of Missouri revokes Cosby’s honorary degree

    University of Missouri revokes Cosby’s honorary degree

    Friday, June 23 2017 8:10 PM EDT2017-06-24 00:10:19 GMT

    Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The University of Missouri will revoke an honorary degree it granted to Bill Cosby. This is the first time the university has ever revoked an honorary degree. University system President Mun Choi is recommending that the university’s Board of Curators strip the comedian of a doctorate in humane letters he received in 1999. Choi cites allegations from several women that Cosby sexually assaulted them.

    Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The University of Missouri will revoke an honorary degree it granted to Bill Cosby. This is the first time the university has ever revoked an honorary degree. University system President Mun Choi is recommending that the university’s Board of Curators strip the comedian of a doctorate in humane letters he received in 1999. Choi cites allegations from several women that Cosby sexually assaulted them.

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  • Ferguson settles Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit for $1.5 million

    Ferguson settles Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit for $1.5 million

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:15 PM EDT2017-06-24 01:15:39 GMT

    Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit was settled for  $1.5 million. Ferguson's city attorney tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that an insurance company will make the payout. A federal judge approved the settlement in the suit filed by Brown's parents. Brown's family sued the city of Ferguson, former Police Chief Tom Jackson and Former Police Officer Darren Wilson.

    Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit was settled for  $1.5 million. Ferguson's city attorney tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that an insurance company will make the payout. A federal judge approved the settlement in the suit filed by Brown's parents. Brown's family sued the city of Ferguson, former Police Chief Tom Jackson and Former Police Officer Darren Wilson.

  • Caught on tape: Dem official says he's 'glad' Scalise got shot

    Caught on tape: Dem official says he's 'glad' Scalise got shot

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:07 PM EDT2017-06-24 01:07:24 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) A Nebraska Democratic Party official was removed from his post on Thursday after an audio recording surfaced of him saying he's “glad” House Majority Whip Steve Scalise got shot last week. Phil Montag, now-former co-chair of the state party’s technology committee, was recorded saying he wishes Scalise, R-La., were “dead.”

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) A Nebraska Democratic Party official was removed from his post on Thursday after an audio recording surfaced of him saying he's “glad” House Majority Whip Steve Scalise got shot last week. Phil Montag, now-former co-chair of the state party’s technology committee, was recorded saying he wishes Scalise, R-La., were “dead.”

  • Planned Parenthood Possible De-funding

    Planned Parenthood Possible De-funding

    Friday, June 23 2017 4:28 PM EDT2017-06-23 20:28:18 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) An approved U.S. House bill that would de-fund Planned Parenthood for a year now hits the Senate floor. The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood in Missouri Mary Kogut says she's concerned about the possible repercussions that could result from the de-funding. "Our biggest concern is always for our patients. Our patients come to us for a number of different services. and the primary things that they come to us for are birth control, exams, can...

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) An approved U.S. House bill that would de-fund Planned Parenthood for a year now hits the Senate floor. The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood in Missouri Mary Kogut says she's concerned about the possible repercussions that could result from the de-funding. "Our biggest concern is always for our patients. Our patients come to us for a number of different services. and the primary things that they come to us for are birth control, exams, can...

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  • North Korea's Kim Jong Un uses terrifyingly creative methods to kill enemies

    North Korea's Kim Jong Un uses terrifyingly creative methods to kill enemies

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:30 PM EDT2017-06-24 01:30:48 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) From siccing wild dogs on his own uncle to gunning down his enemies with artillery meant for taking out planes, North Korea's Kim Jong Un has built a reputation for dispatching with extreme prejudice all those who cross him. While some of the terrifying methods of execution have never been confirmed, the mere mention of them is sure to keep his inner circle in line - and any potential rivals quiet, say experts.

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) From siccing wild dogs on his own uncle to gunning down his enemies with artillery meant for taking out planes, North Korea's Kim Jong Un has built a reputation for dispatching with extreme prejudice all those who cross him. While some of the terrifying methods of execution have never been confirmed, the mere mention of them is sure to keep his inner circle in line - and any potential rivals quiet, say experts.

  • Toothpick crossbow: New toy strikes fear in parents' hearts

    Toothpick crossbow: New toy strikes fear in parents' hearts

    Thursday, June 22 2017 1:19 PM EDT2017-06-22 17:19:49 GMT

    FoxNews.com - (6/22/17)  Many parents are worried that a new children’s toy known as the "Toothpick crossbow" -- which works just as it sounds -- could become as popular as fidget spinners among kids in the U.S. Parents in China are pushing for the government to ban the popular toy out of fear that it could severely injure children.

    FoxNews.com - (6/22/17)  Many parents are worried that a new children’s toy known as the "Toothpick crossbow" -- which works just as it sounds -- could become as popular as fidget spinners among kids in the U.S. Parents in China are pushing for the government to ban the popular toy out of fear that it could severely injure children.

  • Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s appointment is chance to re-set US relations

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s appointment is chance to re-set US relations

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 9:24 PM EDT2017-06-22 01:24:55 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/21/2017) Mohammed bin Salman’s selection as crown prince to King Salman bin Abdul Aziz is a positive move for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and U.S.-Saudi relations. While the precise timing of this event was uncertain, the move itself was inevitable given the steady expansion of the now-Crown Prince’s domestic and international portfolio and his role in spearheading the Kingdom’s push toward economic diversification and reform. 

    FoxNews.com -- (06/21/2017) Mohammed bin Salman’s selection as crown prince to King Salman bin Abdul Aziz is a positive move for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and U.S.-Saudi relations. While the precise timing of this event was uncertain, the move itself was inevitable given the steady expansion of the now-Crown Prince’s domestic and international portfolio and his role in spearheading the Kingdom’s push toward economic diversification and reform. 

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  • Johnny Depp in meltdown mode?

    Johnny Depp in meltdown mode?

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:42 PM EDT2017-06-24 01:42:39 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) Johnny Depp’s recent erratic behavior has many wondering if the actor is in full meltdown mode. He joked at a Thursday appearance about assassinating Donald Trump asking "When was the last time an actor assassinated a president...maybe it is time." He later apologized in a statement to People magazine on Friday, stating the joke was in poor taste. 

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) Johnny Depp’s recent erratic behavior has many wondering if the actor is in full meltdown mode. He joked at a Thursday appearance about assassinating Donald Trump asking "When was the last time an actor assassinated a president...maybe it is time." He later apologized in a statement to People magazine on Friday, stating the joke was in poor taste. 

  • Lucky Charms milkshake hits Burger King stores

    Lucky Charms milkshake hits Burger King stores

    Thursday, June 22 2017 8:35 PM EDT2017-06-23 00:35:12 GMT

    FoxBusiness.com -- (06/22/2017) “Lucky Charms” fans can now enjoy their favorite cereal in milkshake form, thanks to a collaboration between General Mills and fast food chain Burger King. Select Burger King Restaurants around the country will serve the “Lucky Charms” milkshakes, which consist of a standard vanilla milkshake, syrup and pieces of the cereal – including marshmallows. 

    FoxBusiness.com -- (06/22/2017) “Lucky Charms” fans can now enjoy their favorite cereal in milkshake form, thanks to a collaboration between General Mills and fast food chain Burger King. Select Burger King Restaurants around the country will serve the “Lucky Charms” milkshakes, which consist of a standard vanilla milkshake, syrup and pieces of the cereal – including marshmallows. 

  • George Clooney sells tequila brand Casamigos for $1 billion

    George Clooney sells tequila brand Casamigos for $1 billion

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 9:57 PM EDT2017-06-22 01:57:51 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/21/2017) George Clooney has a lot to celebrate this year. Weeks after Clooney welcomed twins with his wife Amal, the actor announced he sold his tequila brand Casamigos for $1 billion. "If you asked us four years ago if we had a billion dollar company, I don’t think we would have said yes," Clooney said in a statement to Fox News. 

    FoxNews.com -- (06/21/2017) George Clooney has a lot to celebrate this year. Weeks after Clooney welcomed twins with his wife Amal, the actor announced he sold his tequila brand Casamigos for $1 billion. "If you asked us four years ago if we had a billion dollar company, I don’t think we would have said yes," Clooney said in a statement to Fox News. 

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  • 'Mommy Dead and Dearest': What is Munchausen syndrome by proxy?

    'Mommy Dead and Dearest': What is Munchausen syndrome by proxy?

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:48 PM EDT2017-06-24 01:48:06 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) The HBO documentary “Mommy Dead and Dearest” explores the chilling events that led up to the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard, mother of Gypsy Rose. Blanchard was a single mother who raised and supported her daughter through a number of suspected health issues, from epilepsy to muscular dystrophy. She insisted her daughter could not walk, and had a mental handicap.

    FoxNews.com -- (06/23/2017) The HBO documentary “Mommy Dead and Dearest” explores the chilling events that led up to the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard, mother of Gypsy Rose. Blanchard was a single mother who raised and supported her daughter through a number of suspected health issues, from epilepsy to muscular dystrophy. She insisted her daughter could not walk, and had a mental handicap.

  • Planned Parenthood Possible De-funding

    Planned Parenthood Possible De-funding

    Friday, June 23 2017 4:28 PM EDT2017-06-23 20:28:18 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) An approved U.S. House bill that would de-fund Planned Parenthood for a year now hits the Senate floor. The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood in Missouri Mary Kogut says she's concerned about the possible repercussions that could result from the de-funding. "Our biggest concern is always for our patients. Our patients come to us for a number of different services. and the primary things that they come to us for are birth control, exams, can...

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/23/2017) An approved U.S. House bill that would de-fund Planned Parenthood for a year now hits the Senate floor. The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood in Missouri Mary Kogut says she's concerned about the possible repercussions that could result from the de-funding. "Our biggest concern is always for our patients. Our patients come to us for a number of different services. and the primary things that they come to us for are birth control, exams, can...

  • Elite runner tackles cancer while crossing the finish line

    Elite runner tackles cancer while crossing the finish line

    Thursday, June 22 2017 8:29 PM EDT2017-06-23 00:29:57 GMT

    FoxNews.com -- (06/22/2017) Even while she is fighting cancer for the fourth time in eight years, elite runner Gabe Grunewald is keeping up a busy racing season—and inspiring thousands of people in the process. This week she has a liver biopsy on Monday, begins chemotherapy on Tuesday, and plans to race a 1500 meters at the Music City Distance Carnival on Saturday night in Nashville, Tennessee. 

    FoxNews.com -- (06/22/2017) Even while she is fighting cancer for the fourth time in eight years, elite runner Gabe Grunewald is keeping up a busy racing season—and inspiring thousands of people in the process. This week she has a liver biopsy on Monday, begins chemotherapy on Tuesday, and plans to race a 1500 meters at the Music City Distance Carnival on Saturday night in Nashville, Tennessee. 

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  • Afternoon storms cause widespread damage

    Afternoon storms cause widespread damage

    Friday, June 23 2017 10:23 PM EDT2017-06-24 02:23:59 GMT
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-(6/23/17) Severe storms that blew through the Ozarks this afternoon have left many in Springfield feeling lucky to be alive. “It sounded like a train and a jet airplane all mixed together," said Colin Bowen.  Bowen was at home with his four dogs when the storms hit, he said he decided to seek cover when it looked like the walls of his house were beginning to bow, "The house was shaking and rattling, all I could do was sit there and shake and...
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-(6/23/17) Severe storms that blew through the Ozarks this afternoon have left many in Springfield feeling lucky to be alive. “It sounded like a train and a jet airplane all mixed together," said Colin Bowen.  Bowen was at home with his four dogs when the storms hit, he said he decided to seek cover when it looked like the walls of his house were beginning to bow, "The house was shaking and rattling, all I could do was sit there and shake and...
  • Ferguson settles Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit for $1.5 million

    Ferguson settles Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit for $1.5 million

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:15 PM EDT2017-06-24 01:15:39 GMT

    Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit was settled for  $1.5 million. Ferguson's city attorney tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that an insurance company will make the payout. A federal judge approved the settlement in the suit filed by Brown's parents. Brown's family sued the city of Ferguson, former Police Chief Tom Jackson and Former Police Officer Darren Wilson.

    Fox2Now.com -- (06/23/2017) The Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit was settled for  $1.5 million. Ferguson's city attorney tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that an insurance company will make the payout. A federal judge approved the settlement in the suit filed by Brown's parents. Brown's family sued the city of Ferguson, former Police Chief Tom Jackson and Former Police Officer Darren Wilson.

  • Shooting at JFK Stadium leaves one injured

    Shooting at JFK Stadium leaves one injured

    Friday, June 23 2017 8:59 PM EDT2017-06-24 00:59:57 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/22/2017) Police are investigating a shooting that took place at JFK Stadium on South Grant Ave. Authorities received a 911 call around 6:46 p.m. regarding shots that had been fired at the stadium. When police arrived at the scene, they found a male in his 50s with a single gunshot wound to his side. He was transported to a local hospital where he remains in stable condition. 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (06/22/2017) Police are investigating a shooting that took place at JFK Stadium on South Grant Ave. Authorities received a 911 call around 6:46 p.m. regarding shots that had been fired at the stadium. When police arrived at the scene, they found a male in his 50s with a single gunshot wound to his side. He was transported to a local hospital where he remains in stable condition. 

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