News for Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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First responders help deliver infant beside US 54
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- Clara Robinett Kansas City
- Elizabeth L. Stimac Jefferson City
- Gary Wayne Baughman California
- Georgia Johnson Barnett
- Geraldine Fay Liebl Stover
- Gertrude Wilhelmina Stegemann Folk
- Gloria I. LaBoe Schneider Jefferson City
- LeRoy J. Schneider Russellville
- Olive Jane Sudheimer
- Roger Brooks Daniels Fayette
- William Kimmich Snow Holts Summit
- Willis R. Earley Jefferson City
A suburban Detroit woman is facing firearms charges after authorities say she shot at an SUV’s tire to stop two shoplifters fleeing a Home Depot parking lot.
A 3-year-old boy who was reported missing Tuesday was found dead three hours later in woods about a half-mile from his home, authorities said.
Games played on Oct. 13, 2015
NHL ROUNDUP: Tomas Fleischmann finished an odd-man rush with his first goal of the season early in the third period and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 on Tuesday night.
The Kansas City Royals honored two firefighters who were killed fighting a massive blaze that engulfed an apartment building.
The lawyer for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who walked off his post in Afghanistan and was held by the Taliban for five years, has accused Republican Sen. John McCain of exerting “congressional influence” in his client’s case.
The Chicago Cubs clinched a postseason series at Wrigley Field for the first time ever, getting home runs from Kyle Schwarber, Anthony Rizzo and Javier Baez in beating the St. Louis Cardinals 6-4 Tuesday to win the NL Division Series in four games.
U.S. stocks dropped on Tuesday for the first day in five as investors assessed company earnings and the latest corporate deal news. More evidence of weakness in China’s economy also unsettled the market.
The world’s biggest beer maker clinched a deal Tuesday to take over its nearest rival in a bid to stave off the megabrewers’ most serious problems: the surge in popularity of craft brews and weakening sales in the rich markets of the U.S. and Europe.
A California-based artist is leading an effort to paint the border fence that divides the U.S. and Mexico to make it blend in with the landscape.
A 62-year-old recreational hunter lost in a hot and arid region of the Australian Outback survived without water for six days by eating ants, police said Tuesday.
Few actresses bring the simple authenticity to the screen that Julianne Moore does; it's virtually impossible to imagine this actress sounding a false note. And so it's hardly a surprise that she is deeply convincing — indeed, heartbreaking at times — in the real-life role of Laurel Hester, a dying woman who fought to her last breath to give her domestic partner rights to her pension benefits.
"The Heart Goes Last" (Nan A. Talese/Doubleday), by Margaret Atwood
"If you do bad things for reasons you've been told are good, does it make you a bad person?" That's the question on the mind of Margaret Atwood's heroine near the end of "The Heart Goes Last."
CHICAGO — St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell are out of the lineup for Game 4 of the NL Division Series on Tuesday.
Two firefighters who saved two residents from a burning apartment building in Kansas City were killed when the structure collapsed around them just minutes later, authorities said.
Anxiety, stress and depression among college students are increasing.
First responders help deliver infant beside US 54
Cole County first responders helped deliver a baby Sunday night in a vehicle along the side of U.S. 54 when the mother couldn’t make it to the hospital.
Sewell announcement comes day after Faculty Senate meeting
Lincoln University Provost Said Sewell’s announcement of a planned national search to fill two deans’ positions has been postponed.
ICLE partnership approved; reading assessments outlined
The Jefferson City School Board had its first of 18 building visits on Monday, and some said having a stronger presence in the community and in the school buildings will be a priority and expectation of the board members.
COLUMBIA — The Jefferson City freshman football team defeated Battle 34-16 on Monday.
The Helias Lady Crusaders sit in third place after Monday’s opening round of the Class 1 state golf tournament at Twin Oaks Country Club.
Florida quarterback Will Grier completed 20-of-33 passes for 208 yards Saturday in the Gators’ 21-3 defeat of Missouri.
GRAIN VALLEY — The Fatima Lady Comets finished second Saturday in the Grain Valley Spikefest.
The toughest part for Sheldon Richardson was sitting and watching while his New York Jets teammates played — and mostly won — without him.
Jefferson City teammates Blair Michael and Ellie Severance opened play Monday in the Class 2 state tournament at Rivercut Golf Course.
WAYNESVILLE — Thomas Jefferson split an A-B middle school doubleheader Monday with Waynesville.
COLUMBIA — The Blair Oaks C team ended its season on a high note Monday, defeating Hickman 25-22, 26-24.
The U.S. congressman who drafted the 2006 legislation used by DraftKings and FanDuel as proof of their legitimacy said is it “sheer chutzpah” for the daily fantasy sites to pretend the law makes them legal.
Car hit by bullets in Fulton; college officials say no threat
Gun shots were fired in the 300 block of West 9th Street in Fulton at approximately 12:42 p.m., but no injuries or deaths were reported, according to a press release issued from the Fulton Police Department late Monday afternoon.
The Blair Oaks Falcons and the Jefferson City Jays are in a holding pattern when it comes to the state football rankings.