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Sexism in Technology

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(05/24/2017) -- Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's largest tech companies such as Google, Intel and Apple. However, according to a recent survey of the women working in the valley, they say their working environment has become less than ideal. Gender discrimination is something they say they experience quite frequently.

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Springfield Sees Job Growth Video included

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Springfield, MO.- (5/24/17) According to Forbes, Springfield has been ranked among the top seven cities in the nation to start a business and the queen city’s track record for job growth mirrors that assessment. But the real question is, what makes Springfield so attractive for employers? Is it the culture? Curb appeal? Profit margin? The answer may surprise you. 

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Graco Recalls 25,000 Car Seats That May Not Restrain Child in a Crash

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Fox2now.com--(05/24/2017) Graco Children’s Products Inc. (Graco) has issued a recall of more than 25,000 car seats. The model impacted is the Graco My Ride 65 convertible child restraint. The company says the seat webbing may not restrain the child in the event of a crash. The model numbers impacted are:  1871689, 1908152, 1813074, 1872691, 1853478, 1877535, 1813015, and 1794334.

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Missouri Bus Driver Recognized for Actions That Led to Recovery of Missing Girl

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein today honored Tommy “T.J.” Davis, a Springfield, Missouri, City Utilities bus driver, for his actions that led to the recovery of a missing 13-year-old girl and the apprehension of her suspected abductor. Rosenstein presented Davis with the Missing Children’s Citizen Award during the Department’s National Missing Children’s Day ceremony.

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Study Finds That Mushrooms Are the "Safest Drugs" for Recreational Use

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Fox25news.com--(05/24/2017) The hallucinogenic drug psilocybin, commonly known as magic mushrooms, are the “safest drugs” for recreational use, according to the annual Global Drug Survey. The study, which surveyed more than 120,000 people in 50 countries, found that those using psychedelic mushrooms needed significantly fewer emergency medical visits than those using other drugs like cocaine, MDMA, LSD and even alcohol.

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Gov. Greitens Requests Federal Disaster Declaration for Missouri's Historic Flooding

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Today, Gov. Eric Greitens requested that President Trump approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri that would provide federal assistance to 45 counties in response to historic and devastating flooding that began April 28.  “As soon as safely possible, damage assessment teams began operating all over Missouri.

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Outdoor Pools Open on Saturday, May 27th

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) The Springfield-Greene County Park Board’s six outdoor pools open for the 2017 season Saturday, May 27. Fassnight, Grant Beach, Meador, Silver Springs and Westport pools will be open Saturday and Sunday, 1-6:30 p.m. McGee-McGregor Wading Pool is also open, following its own schedule (see below).

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OJ Simpson Could be Released from Prison This Year

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Foxnews.com--(05/24/2017) O.J. Simpson, the Hall-of-Fame football player famously acquitted in his wife's murder before heading to prison for a Las Vegas hotel robbery, could get released on parole as early as this year, a top public defender said on Tuesday.  Simpson, 69, is being held at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada.

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High Speed Chase Leaves One Deputy Injured and Stolen Motorcycle Found

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ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Daniel Rodriguez, age 29, was taken in to custody on a no bond detainer from Missouri Probation and Parole after a high speed chase on Highway 13.  The investigation started when a St. Clair County Sheriff's Office deputy patrolling Highway 13 checked the speed of two motorcycles, a white sport bike and a blue sport bike at approximately 90 miles per hour, just two miles north of Collins.

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Manchester Suicide Bomber’s Father Linked to Al Qaeda, Brother to ISIS

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Foxnews.com--(05/24/2017) Manchester bomber Salman Abedi apparently wasn't the only member of his family to harbor extremist views as Libyan officials arrested both the the suicide bomber's younger brother and father between late Tuesday night and Wednesday.

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Prepping the Pools

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Nixa, MO.- (5/23/17) Its almost pool time! And the Nixa aquatic center is preparing for a busy summer, by staffing with more than 30 lifeguards. Matt Crouse, Director of Parks and Recreation in Nixa says, “We’ve got the lifeguards basically trained up now, they train through the weekend. They come up for another day or two just to refresh and make sure we’re all on the same page”.

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Why driverless cars are not widely available

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 (05/23/17) “Wild Ride” author Adam Lashinsky said Tuesday the regulatory issues and human perception are the two biggest reasons why driverless cars are not widely available. “The funny thing is the technology is pretty darn good,” he told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto. “Compare it to humans—we’re terrible. We get into accidents all the time and kill people literally every day. 

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Comey ready to talk to special counsel in Russia probe

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Foxnews.com –  Fired FBI Director James Comey is prepared to be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in connection with the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign, a source close to Comey tells Fox News.  The source added that Comey is also prepared to testify before Congress, a move contingent on him speaking to Mueller.

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Key lifestyle factors could help reduce breast cancer risks

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Foxnews.com -- A new study concludes that if white women who carry common gene variants linked to breast cancer maintained key lifestyle factors, almost 30 percent of cases could be avoided. Researchers who published the study Thursday said the majority of those cases avoided would be among women at an increased risk because of family history and gene variations.

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Lebanon man arrested for auto theft

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LEBANON, Mo. – (05/23/17) A Lebanon man has been charged with two counts of first degree tampering with a motor vehicle. Forty-two year old Garry Shidler was arrested after he stole two Ford Mustangs in Lebanon. Stolen property from a storage unit in Richland was also found at Shidler’s residence. Shidler is considered a person of interest in burglaries and thefts in the Eldridge area.  Additional charges are possible in the future. 

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Pregnant teen fights to walk in Christian school's graduation ceremony

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Foxnews.com -- A pregnant high school senior who attends a private Christian school in Maryland says it's unfair that officials there have barred her from walking at her graduation ceremony next month. Officials at Heritage Academy in Hagerstown have said the student, Maddi Runkles, is not allowed at the ceremony because she violated the school’s code of conduct by having premarital sex, Fox 5 reported. Runkles, 18, found out she was pregnant in January. 

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Cortez Kennedy, Seattle Seahawks Defensive Tackle and Hall of Famer, Found Dead

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Foxnews.com--(05/23/2017) Cortez Kennedy, the Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive tackle, has died in Orlando. Kennedy, 48, was found dead Tuesday morning according to the Orlando Police Department. Circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown, officials said, although there was nothing suspicious immediately reported. An investigation is ongoing.

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Banana Boat Sunscreen Caused Toddler's Second-Degree Burns

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Foxnews.com--(05/23/2017) A mother in Canada is pleading with other parents to be cautious when using aerosol spray sunscreen on their children after her 14-month-old daughter suffered second-degree chemical burns on her face. Rebecca Cannon, of Botwood, had purchased Banana Boat Kids SPF50 to protect her daughter Kyla from the sun despite overcast weather, according to a May 8 Facebook post.

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Target to Pay $18.5 Million to Settle Massive 2013 Data Breach

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Foxnews.com--(05/23/2017) Target Corp. on Tuesday agreed to pay $18.5 million to resolve an investigation by state prosecutors into its massive 2013 hack, a deal that represents the largest multistate data breach settlement in history.

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Dad Dies After Eating Gas Station Nacho Cheese, 9 Others Hospitalized

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Foxnews.com--(05/23/2017) A 37-year-old father of two has been identified as the first fatality in a botulism outbreak linked to nacho cheese sold at a Northern California gas station. The outbreak, which killed Martin Galindo-Larious Jr., has hospitalized at least nine others, leaving one victim paralyzed, health officials said Monday.

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Pet python on the loose in Christian County

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-(5/23/17) A man from Christian County is asking for help in finding his 20 foot Burmese python after it escaped its cage last week. “They are potentially dangerous animals when they get those large sizes, they are mostly muscle and not a lot of brain and are very strong,” said Mike Crocker, Director of the Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield. Crocker has worked with large reptiles at the zoo for over 40 years. He says the zoo staff is extra cautious whe... More>>

Roger Moore dead: 'James Bond' actor was 89

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FoxNews.com - (5/23/17) Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond in seven of the 007 films, has died. He was 89. His children shared the news on his verified Twitter account Tuesday that Moore had died after a "short but brave battle with cancer." "With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed away today. We are all devastated," the statement said.

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Pacific man charged with auto theft, resisting arrest

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HOWELL COUNTY, Mo. – (05/22/17) A man from Pacific has been charged after officers say he led them on multiple drug induced chases. 22-year-old Adam Cokley is charged in Shannon County with the 1st-degree assault of a law enforcement officer, and in Howell County with tampering with a motor vehicle, stealing a motor vehicle and resisting arrest. Cokley led police on several chases at what officials say were up to 120 miles per hour, eventually crashing his vehicle in Thayer. 

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Flynn invokes Fifth Amendment, rebuffs Senate panel subpoena

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 (05/22/17) Former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Monday invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, rebuffing a subpoena for documents from a Senate panel probing Russia's meddling in the 2016 election. Flynn's attorneys said the "escalating public frenzy against him" and the Justice Department's recent appointment of a special counsel have created a legal minefield for him. 

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Hot Dog Recall of Nathan and Curtis Brands

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Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) The Ohio-based maker of Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs has issued a recall for more than 210,000 pounds of ready-to-eat beef franks after receiving complaints about finding metal materials in the products. The affected products were produced on January 26, 2017.  After receiving three complaints about metal objects in the products, John Morrell and Co. contacted the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service on May 19th.

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You Don't Have to Wait Until November to Buy Apple's iPhone 8

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Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) For as popular as the iPhone already is, Apple’s iconic smartphone will take things to the next level once the iPhone 8 is released later this year. Said to feature a sleek new redesign with an edge-to-edge display, the iPhone 8 will likely spur the largest and most significant upgrade cycle Apple has seen yet.

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Costume Jewelry Bought in London Turns Out to be Real and Valuable

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Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) It was an almost gaudily large piece of costume jewelry picked up for about $15 in the 1980s, and its owner apparently liked it—she "would wear it out shopping, wear it day-to-day." She almost certainly likes it much, much more now. The ring, bought at a car-boot sale (akin to a flea market) in west London some three decades ago turns out to be a 26.27 carat white diamond, and it's expected to fetch as much as $450,000.

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Sea Lion Pulls Girl Under Water

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Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) Dramatic video shot Saturday shows a large sea lion grabbing and pulling underwater a young girl sitting on a dock near Vancouver. Canada's CBC News reports that an adult jumped into the water and rescued the girl, who was not hurt. College student Michael Fujiwara recorded the terrifying scene at the Steveston Fisherman Wharf in Richmond, B.C., with his cell phone, according to the station.

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Kansas City Church Greeter Shot in Head While Welcoming Parishioners

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Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) A church greeter was shot Sunday while welcoming parishioners at a church in south Kansas City, Mo., police said.  The suspect entered the House of Refuge Family Worship church through a rear door and fired multiple shots, according to police.

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12-Year-Old Boy Dies in Phelps County House Fire

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Fox2now.com--(05/22/2017) Authorities in Phelps County, Missouri are investigating the death of 12-year-old boy in a house fire. The fire broke out around 3:20 a.m. Sunday in Newburg, MO. Deputies got to the scene and heard the boy was in the residence but were unable to enter due to the heavy smoke and fire. Fire crews had to battle the flames from the outside of the home.

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Mercy Heroes Go Orange for EMS Week

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/22/2017) Orange is the color of safety, and you’ll likely see more of it next week as Mercy’s first responders wear special t-shirts in honor of National EMS Week (May 21-27). “Whether we’re responding to emergencies or transporting patients, our team will show their pride on their uniforms with bright orange EMS Week shirts,” said Bob Patterson, executive director of Mercy Emergency Medical Services.

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Driver of fatal crash arrested

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Christian County, MO - (5/22/17) Authorities have arrested the driver of a fatal car crash in Christian County. Daniel McLeod, 56, was arrested and charged with three separate counts of DWI. The first count is DWI resulting in the death of another. The second count is DWI resulting in the serious injury of another and the third is DWI with a person less than 17 years old in the vehicle. The first two counts are both felonies.

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Instagram Worst Social Media App for Young People’s Mental Health

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Fox2now.com--(05/19/2017)  Instagram is the most detrimental social networking app for young people’s mental health, followed closely by Snapchat, according to a new report by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) in the UK. Their study, #StatusofMind, surveyed almost 1500 young people aged 14 to 24 on how certain social media platforms impact health and wellbeing issues such as anxiety, depression, self-identity and body image.

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Sports 'Gap Year'

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-(5/19/17) It's the dream of a lot of parents that their sons or daughters grow up to be college or professional athletes, but how far would you go to make sure your kids have a leg up on the competition? Parents on the west coast have been enrolling their aspiring athletes into facilities like the Sports Academy, which focuses on developing young athletes into top level talent. And here is the catch, students are enrolled in a year long program following the... More>>

Severe Weather Preparedness Video included

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Springfield, MO.- (5/19/17) Imagine you're sound asleep at home, and suddenly the tornado siren blares, do you know where to go and what to do to stay safe? Kyle Goodin, a homeowner West of Springfield says, “Yea, it didn’t wake me up, i guess i was just dead to the world, i don’t know, my wife woke up this morning and said the power was out”. Goodin who was at home when an EF-0 tornado hit late last night near turners station. 

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First Generation College Student Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (05/19/17) - Missouri State's graduation was today, and among those walking a first generation college student. "I can’t wait to make a difference in the world. It’s just starting right now," says first generation college student Sergio Lescano. Lescano is a long way from home. But, being a first generation college student and graduating is making his family in Argentina proud of him.

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Uber launches in Branson

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Branson, MO - (5/19/17) Branson residents have another option when wanting to go somewhere in town. It was announced today that the popular ridesharing company Uber will be available immediately. To celebrate the launch, Uber is offering new users up to $20 off their first ride. Users can enter BRANSONLOVE into the app to redeem the offer. Uber connects riders and drivers through a smartphone application.

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May Fur Kids Edition Video included

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Let's get Winnie adopted! She's a year old lab mix. Loves playing and being lazy. Also, great with other pets and children. She loves attention and is looking for her forever home. If you'd like to adopt Winnie go to http://rescueonespringfield.com/ More>>

Homeless Camp to be Cleared Video included

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Springfield, MO.- (5/18/17)  A community coming together today to help the homeless near Glenstone and Kearney street which have  according to local business owners caused problems lately.  Michael Bloom, a local businessman says, “A lot of panhandling in the lobby lately, in the parking lot, break-ins to cars, going to the bathroom in the parking lot, and hypodermic needles all over the place and a lot of intimidation with our guests coming in”

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Remembering The Fallen Officers Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (05/18/17) - Today, folks came out to honor men and women across the united states who died in the line of duty. “Protecting their neighbors, protecting their families, protecting their friends, and protecting us," says attorney general Josh Hawley. 

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Springfield Mercy Settlement with Department of Justice

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/18/2017)  Two Southwest Missouri health care providers have agreed to pay the United States $34,000,000 to settle allegations that they violated the False Claims Act by engaging in improper financial relationships with referring physicians, the Justice Department announced today.

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Exclusive New Feature For Android Users and Pokemon Go

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Foxnews.com--(05/18/2017) The first major Pokemon Go update of 2017 is rumored to arrive this week, but in the meantime, a new feature has been added to the game to whet our appetite. As of this week, players on Android devices can enter promo codes in the Shop to redeem special items without having to pay for them.

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UPDATE: Missing canoeist is son of a Stone County Sheriff deputy

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UPDATE: FOX 5 can confirm that the person missing is the son of a Stone County Sheriffs deputy. Crews continue to search the area using side scan sonar equipment. Kimberling City, Mo. – (05/16/17) The Southern Stone County's Fire and Rescue team is currently searching for a reported missing canoeist on Table Rock Lake, with five boats on the water and a dive team. A male went missing around 5:45 p.m. off the point of Commander Lane in Kimberling City.

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Taney county man found guilty

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Taney County, MO -- (05/18/2017) A Taney County man was found guilty of enticement of a child, attempted sodomy in the first degree, and two counts of sexual misconduct with a child by indecent exposure. The Taney County Prosecutor's office presented evidence that Ronald McLemore, 60, was babysitting his girlfriends young granddaughters. The two young girls disclosed that he lured them into his bedroom and proceeded with inappropriate conduct.

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1 injured in late morning shooting

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Springfield, MO - (5/18/17) The Springfield Police Department responded to a call of a shooting near Sunshine and Fremont late this morning.Police have confirmed that one person was injured during the shooting and taken to the hospital. Their injuries are said to be non-life threatening.Police blocked off a portion of Fremont Ave. to pick up numerous shell casings and to speak to witnesses.

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Inmate Suing Jail Over "Fight Nights"

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VERNON COUNTY, Mo.--(05/17/2017) An inmate of the Vernon County Jail has filed a lawsuit against the jail, multiple jailers, and the sheriff for hosting what the inmate calls "fight nights." According to the lawsuit, inmate Alexander Trexel claims he has been subject to cruel and unusual punishment as he was allegedly forced to participate in these "fight nights" at least nine times resulting in physical injuries.

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Child Abuse Charge Filed Against Child Care Provider

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/17/2017) Samantha Renee Dillbeck, age 28, of Republic, Missouri has been charged with a class B felony of child abuse for causing abusive head trauma to an 8-month-old child at her in-home daycare on March 21, 2017. Dillbeck was arrested at her home Wednesday afternoon. Dillbeck owned and operated M and M Daycare.

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Groups try new approach for homeless outreach Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo-(5/17/17) A coalition of homeless advocacy groups in the area will bring services directly to individuals living in Springfield's largest homeless camp. Sitting in a wooded area near the Wal-Mart on Glenstone and Kearney, the camp is currently home to anywhere between 30 and 100 people, and will be shut down in the near future because it sits on private property. Before the campers are forced to leave, there will be a week where they can seek services such as mental an... More>>

Two women sentenced for meth conspiracy

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – (05/17/2017) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a St. Charles, Mo., woman and a Republic, Mo., woman were sentenced in federal court today for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute large quantities of methamphetamine. Cheryl D. Paluczak, 50, of St. Charles, and Heather L. Courtois, 33, of Republic, were sentenced by U.S. District Judge M. Douglas Harpool.

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  • Springfield Sees Job Growth

    Springfield Sees Job Growth

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 9:00 PM EDT2017-05-25 01:00:13 GMT

    Springfield, MO.- (5/24/17) According to Forbes, Springfield has been ranked among the top seven cities in the nation to start a business and the queen city’s track record for job growth mirrors that assessment. But the real question is, what makes Springfield so attractive for employers? Is it the culture? Curb appeal? Profit margin? The answer may surprise you. 

    Springfield, MO.- (5/24/17) According to Forbes, Springfield has been ranked among the top seven cities in the nation to start a business and the queen city’s track record for job growth mirrors that assessment. But the real question is, what makes Springfield so attractive for employers? Is it the culture? Curb appeal? Profit margin? The answer may surprise you. 

  • Missouri Bus Driver Recognized for Actions That Led to Recovery of Missing Girl

    Missouri Bus Driver Recognized for Actions That Led to Recovery of Missing Girl

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 7:14 PM EDT2017-05-24 23:14:23 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein today honored Tommy “T.J.” Davis, a Springfield, Missouri, City Utilities bus driver, for his actions that led to the recovery of a missing 13-year-old girl and the apprehension of her suspected abductor. Rosenstein presented Davis with the Missing Children’s Citizen Award during the Department’s National Missing Children’s Day ceremony.

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein today honored Tommy “T.J.” Davis, a Springfield, Missouri, City Utilities bus driver, for his actions that led to the recovery of a missing 13-year-old girl and the apprehension of her suspected abductor. Rosenstein presented Davis with the Missing Children’s Citizen Award during the Department’s National Missing Children’s Day ceremony.

  • Gov. Greitens Requests Federal Disaster Declaration for Missouri's Historic Flooding

    Gov. Greitens Requests Federal Disaster Declaration for Missouri's Historic Flooding

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 5:41 PM EDT2017-05-24 21:41:25 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Today, Gov. Eric Greitens requested that President Trump approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri that would provide federal assistance to 45 counties in response to historic and devastating flooding that began April 28.  “As soon as safely possible, damage assessment teams began operating all over Missouri.

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Today, Gov. Eric Greitens requested that President Trump approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri that would provide federal assistance to 45 counties in response to historic and devastating flooding that began April 28.  “As soon as safely possible, damage assessment teams began operating all over Missouri.

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  • Sexism in Technology

    Sexism in Technology

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 10:07 PM EDT2017-05-25 02:07:00 GMT

    (05/24/2017) -- Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's largest tech companies such as Google, Intel and Apple. However, according to a recent survey of the women working in the valley, they say their working environment has become less than ideal. Gender discrimination is something they say they experience quite frequently.

    (05/24/2017) -- Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's largest tech companies such as Google, Intel and Apple. However, according to a recent survey of the women working in the valley, they say their working environment has become less than ideal. Gender discrimination is something they say they experience quite frequently.

  • Graco Recalls 25,000 Car Seats That May Not Restrain Child in a Crash

    Graco Recalls 25,000 Car Seats That May Not Restrain Child in a Crash

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 8:48 PM EDT2017-05-25 00:48:54 GMT

    Fox2now.com--(05/24/2017) Graco Children’s Products Inc. (Graco) has issued a recall of more than 25,000 car seats. The model impacted is the Graco My Ride 65 convertible child restraint. The company says the seat webbing may not restrain the child in the event of a crash. The model numbers impacted are:  1871689, 1908152, 1813074, 1872691, 1853478, 1877535, 1813015, and 1794334.

    Fox2now.com--(05/24/2017) Graco Children’s Products Inc. (Graco) has issued a recall of more than 25,000 car seats. The model impacted is the Graco My Ride 65 convertible child restraint. The company says the seat webbing may not restrain the child in the event of a crash. The model numbers impacted are:  1871689, 1908152, 1813074, 1872691, 1853478, 1877535, 1813015, and 1794334.

  • OJ Simpson Could be Released from Prison This Year

    OJ Simpson Could be Released from Prison This Year

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 3:55 PM EDT2017-05-24 19:55:27 GMT

    Foxnews.com--(05/24/2017) O.J. Simpson, the Hall-of-Fame football player famously acquitted in his wife's murder before heading to prison for a Las Vegas hotel robbery, could get released on parole as early as this year, a top public defender said on Tuesday.  Simpson, 69, is being held at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada.

    Foxnews.com--(05/24/2017) O.J. Simpson, the Hall-of-Fame football player famously acquitted in his wife's murder before heading to prison for a Las Vegas hotel robbery, could get released on parole as early as this year, a top public defender said on Tuesday.  Simpson, 69, is being held at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada.

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  • Manchester terror attack: Police in frantic hunt for bomb maker, mastermind

    Manchester terror attack: Police in frantic hunt for bomb maker, mastermind

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 12:12 PM EDT2017-05-24 16:12:32 GMT

    FoxNews.com - (5/24/17) British authorities were in a frantic race to find the mastermind who fashioned the deadly bomb used in Monday's terror attack in Manchester, as the nation was braced for a new strike that could be "imminent." Police believe 22-year-old Salman Abedi was given the explosive he used to kill himself and 22 others at a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande.

    FoxNews.com - (5/24/17) British authorities were in a frantic race to find the mastermind who fashioned the deadly bomb used in Monday's terror attack in Manchester, as the nation was braced for a new strike that could be "imminent." Police believe 22-year-old Salman Abedi was given the explosive he used to kill himself and 22 others at a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande.

  • Yemen raid against Al Qaeda was 'deepest' US special ops have gone

    Yemen raid against Al Qaeda was 'deepest' US special ops have gone

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 7:40 PM EDT2017-05-23 23:40:28 GMT

    Foxnews.com --The Navy SEAL raid targeting Al Qaeda terrorists in Yemen was the "deepest" U.S. special ops forces have gone inside the country, the Pentagon confirmed Tuesday. The overnight raid killed at least seven Al Qaeda fighters, according to U.S. Central Command. Some U.S. forces were injured but they all could move on their own, Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters, adding that no civilians were killed. 

    Foxnews.com --The Navy SEAL raid targeting Al Qaeda terrorists in Yemen was the "deepest" U.S. special ops forces have gone inside the country, the Pentagon confirmed Tuesday. The overnight raid killed at least seven Al Qaeda fighters, according to U.S. Central Command. Some U.S. forces were injured but they all could move on their own, Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters, adding that no civilians were killed. 

  • Manchester terror attack suspect identified as Salman Abedi

    Manchester terror attack suspect identified as Salman Abedi

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 12:05 PM EDT2017-05-23 16:05:53 GMT

    FoxNews.com - (5/23/17) British authorities on Tuesday identified the suicide bomber who launched a deadly attack at a Manchester Ariana Grande concert, hours after the Islamic State terror group claimed responsibility for the blast. Salman Abedi, 23, was identified as the man who detonated an improvised explosive device at about 10:30 p.m. local time Monday, killing more than 20 people, some of them children, and injuring dozens more.

    FoxNews.com - (5/23/17) British authorities on Tuesday identified the suicide bomber who launched a deadly attack at a Manchester Ariana Grande concert, hours after the Islamic State terror group claimed responsibility for the blast. Salman Abedi, 23, was identified as the man who detonated an improvised explosive device at about 10:30 p.m. local time Monday, killing more than 20 people, some of them children, and injuring dozens more.

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  • Study Finds That Mushrooms Are the "Safest Drugs" for Recreational Use

    Study Finds That Mushrooms Are the "Safest Drugs" for Recreational Use

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 6:25 PM EDT2017-05-24 22:25:25 GMT

    Fox25news.com--(05/24/2017) The hallucinogenic drug psilocybin, commonly known as magic mushrooms, are the “safest drugs” for recreational use, according to the annual Global Drug Survey. The study, which surveyed more than 120,000 people in 50 countries, found that those using psychedelic mushrooms needed significantly fewer emergency medical visits than those using other drugs like cocaine, MDMA, LSD and even alcohol.

    Fox25news.com--(05/24/2017) The hallucinogenic drug psilocybin, commonly known as magic mushrooms, are the “safest drugs” for recreational use, according to the annual Global Drug Survey. The study, which surveyed more than 120,000 people in 50 countries, found that those using psychedelic mushrooms needed significantly fewer emergency medical visits than those using other drugs like cocaine, MDMA, LSD and even alcohol.

  • Key lifestyle factors could help reduce breast cancer risks

    Key lifestyle factors could help reduce breast cancer risks

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 8:20 PM EDT2017-05-24 00:20:34 GMT

    Foxnews.com -- A new study concludes that if white women who carry common gene variants linked to breast cancer maintained key lifestyle factors, almost 30 percent of cases could be avoided. Researchers who published the study Thursday said the majority of those cases avoided would be among women at an increased risk because of family history and gene variations.

    Foxnews.com -- A new study concludes that if white women who carry common gene variants linked to breast cancer maintained key lifestyle factors, almost 30 percent of cases could be avoided. Researchers who published the study Thursday said the majority of those cases avoided would be among women at an increased risk because of family history and gene variations.

  • Hot Dog Recall of Nathan and Curtis Brands

    Hot Dog Recall of Nathan and Curtis Brands

    Monday, May 22 2017 8:03 PM EDT2017-05-23 00:03:49 GMT

    Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) The Ohio-based maker of Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs has issued a recall for more than 210,000 pounds of ready-to-eat beef franks after receiving complaints about finding metal materials in the products. The affected products were produced on January 26, 2017.  After receiving three complaints about metal objects in the products, John Morrell and Co. contacted the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service on May 19th.

    Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) The Ohio-based maker of Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs has issued a recall for more than 210,000 pounds of ready-to-eat beef franks after receiving complaints about finding metal materials in the products. The affected products were produced on January 26, 2017.  After receiving three complaints about metal objects in the products, John Morrell and Co. contacted the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service on May 19th.

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    Wednesday, May 24 2017 3:31 PM EDT2017-05-24 19:31:08 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) The new official trailer for the season seven of Game of Thrones has been released, and fans are getting excited about it. 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) The new official trailer for the season seven of Game of Thrones has been released, and fans are getting excited about it. 

  • FCC will not take action against Stephen Colbert over controversial Trump joke

    FCC will not take action against Stephen Colbert over controversial Trump joke

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 8:43 PM EDT2017-05-24 00:43:24 GMT

    (05/23/17) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced on Tuesday that it will not take any action against CBS Corp’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” after receiving thousands of complaints about a May 1 broadcast. “Consistent with standard operating procedure, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau has reviewed the complaints and the material that was in the subject of these complaints,” said a statement from FCC spokesman Neil Grace.

    (05/23/17) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced on Tuesday that it will not take any action against CBS Corp’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” after receiving thousands of complaints about a May 1 broadcast. “Consistent with standard operating procedure, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau has reviewed the complaints and the material that was in the subject of these complaints,” said a statement from FCC spokesman Neil Grace.

  • 'Possible Terrorist Incident' at Concert in Manchester, England

    'Possible Terrorist Incident' at Concert in Manchester, England

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 4:23 AM EDT2017-05-23 08:23:21 GMT

    Fox6now.com--(05/22/2017) Ariana Grande’s concert in England Monday, May 22nd was rocked by loud bangs described as “explosions,” TMZ is reporting. According to TMZ, several people present have indicated there was no explosion, but rather a loud bang, which created a stampede — and people were injured trying to get out of the facility. The concert was held at the Manchester Arena.

    Foxnnews.com--(05/22/2017) Explosions at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England caused a "number of confirmed fatalities and others injured," police said late Monday. "Two loud bangs" were reported at approximately 10:45 p.m., just after the concert had finished. The cause of the blasts was not immediately confirmed. 

  • Mamma Mia Sequel to Release in July of 2018

    Mamma Mia Sequel to Release in July of 2018

    Monday, May 22 2017 8:49 PM EDT2017-05-23 00:49:51 GMT

    Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) Mamma Mia, here we go again! A sequel to the ABBA-packed film musical "Mamma Mia!" will hit theaters on July 20, 2018. Universal Pictures said Friday that "Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!" will see the return of the film's original cast and feature a soundtrack of ABBA songs not included in the first.

    Foxnews.com--(05/22/2017) Mamma Mia, here we go again! A sequel to the ABBA-packed film musical "Mamma Mia!" will hit theaters on July 20, 2018. Universal Pictures said Friday that "Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!" will see the return of the film's original cast and feature a soundtrack of ABBA songs not included in the first.

  • Elvis Presley's jet to be auctioned after sitting for 30 years

    Elvis Presley's jet to be auctioned after sitting for 30 years

    Monday, May 22 2017 8:48 PM EDT2017-05-23 00:48:17 GMT

    (05/22/17) A private plane once own by The King is set to be auctioned after sitting on a runway in New Mexico for 30 years. The red 1962 Lockheed Jetstar, one of many owned by Elvis Presley, has no engines and needs a restoration of its cockpit. However, Presley designed the interior himself, which features red velvet seats with a matching shag carpet. The plane had been a source of mystery in Roswell, New Mexico where it has sat tucked away at a small airport tarmac. 

    (05/22/17) A private plane once own by The King is set to be auctioned after sitting on a runway in New Mexico for 30 years. The red 1962 Lockheed Jetstar, one of many owned by Elvis Presley, has no engines and needs a restoration of its cockpit. However, Presley designed the interior himself, which features red velvet seats with a matching shag carpet. The plane had been a source of mystery in Roswell, New Mexico where it has sat tucked away at a small airport tarmac. 

  • Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife Sues for $60 Million

    Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife Sues for $60 Million

    Friday, May 19 2017 7:52 PM EDT2017-05-19 23:52:48 GMT

    Foxnews.com--(05/19/2017) Steve Harvey’s ex-wife Mary Vaughn is suing the celebrity talk show host for $60 million, claiming that she allegedly suffered "prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering." The former couple’s marriage lasted from 1996 until their public divorce in 2005, which was two years prior to Harvey’s third marriage to current wife, Marjorie Bridges.

    Foxnews.com--(05/19/2017) Steve Harvey’s ex-wife Mary Vaughn is suing the celebrity talk show host for $60 million, claiming that she allegedly suffered "prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering." The former couple’s marriage lasted from 1996 until their public divorce in 2005, which was two years prior to Harvey’s third marriage to current wife, Marjorie Bridges.

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    Wednesday, May 24 2017 10:07 PM EDT2017-05-25 02:07:00 GMT

    (05/24/2017) -- Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's largest tech companies such as Google, Intel and Apple. However, according to a recent survey of the women working in the valley, they say their working environment has become less than ideal. Gender discrimination is something they say they experience quite frequently.

    (05/24/2017) -- Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's largest tech companies such as Google, Intel and Apple. However, according to a recent survey of the women working in the valley, they say their working environment has become less than ideal. Gender discrimination is something they say they experience quite frequently.

  • Springfield Sees Job Growth

    Springfield Sees Job Growth

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 9:00 PM EDT2017-05-25 01:00:13 GMT

    Springfield, MO.- (5/24/17) According to Forbes, Springfield has been ranked among the top seven cities in the nation to start a business and the queen city’s track record for job growth mirrors that assessment. But the real question is, what makes Springfield so attractive for employers? Is it the culture? Curb appeal? Profit margin? The answer may surprise you. 

    Springfield, MO.- (5/24/17) According to Forbes, Springfield has been ranked among the top seven cities in the nation to start a business and the queen city’s track record for job growth mirrors that assessment. But the real question is, what makes Springfield so attractive for employers? Is it the culture? Curb appeal? Profit margin? The answer may surprise you. 

  • High Speed Chase Leaves One Deputy Injured and Stolen Motorcycle Found

    High Speed Chase Leaves One Deputy Injured and Stolen Motorcycle Found

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 3:08 PM EDT2017-05-24 19:08:50 GMT

    ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Daniel Rodriguez, age 29, was taken in to custody on a no bond detainer from Missouri Probation and Parole after a high speed chase on Highway 13.  The investigation started when a St. Clair County Sheriff's Office deputy patrolling Highway 13 checked the speed of two motorcycles, a white sport bike and a blue sport bike at approximately 90 miles per hour, just two miles north of Collins.

    ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mo.--(05/24/2017) Daniel Rodriguez, age 29, was taken in to custody on a no bond detainer from Missouri Probation and Parole after a high speed chase on Highway 13.  The investigation started when a St. Clair County Sheriff's Office deputy patrolling Highway 13 checked the speed of two motorcycles, a white sport bike and a blue sport bike at approximately 90 miles per hour, just two miles north of Collins.

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    Springfield, MO.- (5/24/17) According to Forbes, Springfield has been ranked among the top seven cities in the nation to start a business and the queen city’s track record for job growth mirrors that assessment. But the real question is, what makes Springfield so attractive for employers? Is it the culture? Curb appeal? Profit margin? The answer may surprise you. 

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    Permanent cosmetics help the visually impaired

    Fox29.com - It isn’t unusual for many of us, women in particular, to spend considerable time and money on beauty. But imagine you were losing your vision and you lost your ability to get “your look” just right. Fox 29’s Joyce Evans met a young woman who is maintaining her sense of style with the help of a prominent permanent makeup artist. 

    Fox29.com - It isn’t unusual for many of us, women in particular, to spend considerable time and money on beauty. But imagine you were losing your vision and you lost your ability to get “your look” just right. Fox 29’s Joyce Evans met a young woman who is maintaining her sense of style with the help of a prominent permanent makeup artist. 

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  • The Season 7 Game of Thrones Trailer That You Don't Want to Miss

    The Season 7 Game of Thrones Trailer That You Don't Want to Miss

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 3:31 PM EDT2017-05-24 19:31:08 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) The new official trailer for the season seven of Game of Thrones has been released, and fans are getting excited about it. 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--(05/24/2017) The new official trailer for the season seven of Game of Thrones has been released, and fans are getting excited about it. 

  • FCC will not take action against Stephen Colbert over controversial Trump joke

    FCC will not take action against Stephen Colbert over controversial Trump joke

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 8:43 PM EDT2017-05-24 00:43:24 GMT

    (05/23/17) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced on Tuesday that it will not take any action against CBS Corp’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” after receiving thousands of complaints about a May 1 broadcast. “Consistent with standard operating procedure, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau has reviewed the complaints and the material that was in the subject of these complaints,” said a statement from FCC spokesman Neil Grace.

    (05/23/17) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced on Tuesday that it will not take any action against CBS Corp’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” after receiving thousands of complaints about a May 1 broadcast. “Consistent with standard operating procedure, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau has reviewed the complaints and the material that was in the subject of these complaints,” said a statement from FCC spokesman Neil Grace.

  • 'Possible Terrorist Incident' at Concert in Manchester, England

    'Possible Terrorist Incident' at Concert in Manchester, England

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 4:23 AM EDT2017-05-23 08:23:21 GMT

    Fox6now.com--(05/22/2017) Ariana Grande’s concert in England Monday, May 22nd was rocked by loud bangs described as “explosions,” TMZ is reporting. According to TMZ, several people present have indicated there was no explosion, but rather a loud bang, which created a stampede — and people were injured trying to get out of the facility. The concert was held at the Manchester Arena.

    Foxnnews.com--(05/22/2017) Explosions at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England caused a "number of confirmed fatalities and others injured," police said late Monday. "Two loud bangs" were reported at approximately 10:45 p.m., just after the concert had finished. The cause of the blasts was not immediately confirmed. 

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    Stephen Morgan

    Stephen Morgan is proud to call Springfield, Missouri home after moving from the St. Louis area in May of 2013. Stephen accepted the position as a Multimedia Journalist, but is now the Anchor for Fox 5 News at Nine and Fox 5 News Edge. Stephen’s passion for understanding and exploration goes all the way back to his childhood. As just a teenager, Stephen travelled to different parts of the world; from Juarez, Mexico to Germany, Italy and Bulgaria. 

    Stephen Morgan is proud to call Springfield, Missouri home after moving from the St. Louis area in May of 2013. Stephen accepted the position as a Multimedia Journalist, but is now the Anchor for Fox 5 News at Nine and Fox 5 News Edge. Stephen’s passion for understanding and exploration goes all the way back to his childhood. As just a teenager, Stephen travelled to different parts of the world; from Juarez, Mexico to Germany, Italy and Bulgaria. 

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    I joined the FOX 5 team in September of 2012 as the start of a budding news and weather team. Weather has been my passion from the age of 5 when I witnessed a tornado touch down not far from my home in Colorado Springs. Since then, I have always been fascinated with forecasting, weather patterns, and especially extreme weather, and understanding why it happens. 

    I joined the FOX 5 team in September of 2012 as the start of a budding news and weather team. Weather has been my passion from the age of 5 when I witnessed a tornado touch down not far from my home in Colorado Springs. Since then, I have always been fascinated with forecasting, weather patterns, and especially extreme weather, and understanding why it happens. 

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    I was born and raised in Kimberling City, Missouri, a small town on Table Rock Lake. I’ve lived in the Ozarks my entire life, and have always felt blessed to live in such an amazing part of the country. I graduated from Drury University in the spring of 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Production, Theatre, and a minor in Communications.

    I was born and raised in Kimberling City, Missouri, a small town on Table Rock Lake. I’ve lived in the Ozarks my entire life, and have always felt blessed to live in such an amazing part of the country. I graduated from Drury University in the spring of 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Production, Theatre, and a minor in Communications.

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