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Month: August 2017

Andrea Hayes appointed as interim assistant vice chancellor for Civil Rights & Title IX at MU

According to an official release, Andrea “Andy” Hayes will serve as the interim assistant vice chancellor for Civil Rights & Title IX at the University of Missouri, starting Sept. 1. The announcement was made on Thursday by Kevin McDonald, vice chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity & Equity. Hayes will replace Ellen Eardley, who announced in July

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Gas prices up after Harvey

Gas prices across the country have spiked after Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas and Louisiana coasts, where much of the country’s oil refineries operate. According to AAA, the national average is $2.44 as of Thursday morning, about a full week after Harvey made landfall. The website has Missouri’s average at $2.29. However, ABC 17 News

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Four charged in Cole County burglaries

Cole County prosecuted four people in connection to two burglaries that happened in early morning hours on Wednesday. Danielle Rice, David Rice Jr., Hannah Means and Travis Webb have been charged with first and second-degree burglary. Cole County deputies were investigating two convenience store burglaries; one in Russellville and one in Jefferson City. Both locations

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White House: President Trump’s remarks in Missouri

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary ________________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release August 30, 2017 REMARKS BY PRESIDENT TRUMP ON TAX REFORM Loren Cook Company – Springfield, Missouri THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you very much. It’s so nice. And we appreciate it. And all of the people outside that

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Missouri lawmaker under fire for comments on Confederate monument vandalism

A Missouri lawmaker is facing heat after making controversial comments on social media over a vandalized Confederate monument. The vandalism was found on Wednesday at the Springfield National Cemetery while President Donald Trump was in Springfield. After hearing about the vandalism, Republican Rep. Warren Love of Osceola wrote in a Facebook post about the person

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