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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- After community meetings and tableside debates, the city of Springfield will hear the people's opinion to limit the sale of allergy medicines. Monday night, council members will listen to the first reading of an ordinance that would...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Pseudoephedrine could soon be available by prescription-only in Ozark and Springfield. It is an effort to make the key ingredient for methamphetamine harder to access. City leaders in both towns planned to take up the issue in...
Brit Marling has become something of a professional infiltrator. In the new political thriller “The East,” which she co-wrote and produced with director Zal Batmanglij, the 29-year-old Chicago native plays an intelligence-firm operative...
Lifeguards are flying red and purple flags at Central Florida's beaches, warning swimmers of dangers in the water this weekend. A breezy onshore flow is blowing in more than dangerous, red-flag rip currents. Purple flags are warning swimmers about...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA food recall involves shrimp sold at Hy-Vee's in the Ozarks. It's the domestic 16-20 ct EZ Peel Shrimp that's being targeted. It has sulfite in it, a preservative that some people are allergic to. The shrimp packages were sold between February 12th...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A proposed city ordinance could make it harder to buy certain cold medicines. Supporters say it would help curb the meth epidemic. However, opponents say it strips citizens of their person liberties. Springfield Police Chief Paul...
Nancy O'Brien can still remember the panic that took over her family when her 7-year-old autistic son wandered away. "It was extremely traumatic for us," she said. "Since that time, we have taken every precaution possible to make sure it doesn't...
Fargo, N.D. - Fifteen food processors from Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and USA were at Northern Crops Institute to attend the Snack Food Opportunities for U.S. Dry Beans Course from May 13-17. The course was co-sponsored by the U.S....
Tags: Malaysia, Marketing, Agriculture, New Products, Japan
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Allergies are still a nuisance around the Ozarks. But there are also a couple other illnesses that are sending people to the doctor’s office this week. In Howell County, Missouri allergies are the main culprit. The Howell...
Tags: Asthma, Physical Conditions
As a veteran police officer, I have witnessed firsthand the terrible effect that methamphetamine can have on an individual, a family and a community. My colleagues and I are often on the front lines in the battle against this drug -- using every tool we...
Lip balm for extra moisturizing? Check. Lactaid to help digest the occasional sweet? Check. Pocket mirror to ensure the pearly whites remain food-free? Check. Smartphone because you never know when an inspirational tweet will pop up? Check. Judy Blume...
Tags: Patton Oswalt, Movies, Literature, Caesar Salads, Entertainment
Comedian Louis C.K. has a routine, "Of Course, but Maybe," where he challenges long-held beliefs. Humorously, he illuminates the dark side of principles we generally accept — of course children with nut allergies should be protected and a...
Tags: FBI, Entertainment, Business
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