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Leigh Moody and Anchor | March 26, 2012
The Stone County Sheriff will hold a news conference Tuesday morning about a man who disappeared from his Highlandville home in February. Carl Anderson was last seen February 23rd at a Stone County home. Investigators found Anderson's blood inside that home on the ceiling. Officers also say the home's carpet, flooring, and windows had recently been replaced. Teri Dean-Morrison, Eugene Crider, and Cheryl Crawford have all been charged with tampering with evidence in connection to Anderson's disappearance.
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NEWS
Hugh Keeton | March 7, 2012
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri State University is scheduled to host a news conference on Wednesday, March 7 at 11 a.m. in the Prime Overtime Club at JQH Arena on the Springfield campus. A significant gift to the Missouri State Foundation is expected to be announced. The announcement will also be streamed live through Bears All-Access on www.MissouriStateBears.com .
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Hugh Keeton | February 3, 2012
Springfield, Mo. - Mayor Pro Tem Bob Stephens, and other members of Springfield City Council are scheduled to hold a news conference at 10:15 a.m. Friday, Feb. 3, in the Busch Municipal Building Lobby, 840 Boonville Ave. Stephens said he would like to clear up confusion about the initiative petition process and he'll be talking about the E-Verify ballot issue. Stephens announced last week he plans to run for mayor of Springfield.        
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Hugh Keeton | January 26, 2012
Springfield, Mo. - Missouri State University officials are scheduled to update plans on the University's $125 million "Our Promise" campaign Thursday. "Our Promise" is an effort to raise funds for MSU so the school can grow. Details of the plan will be released during a news conference at 10:00 a.m. Thursday. To learn more about Missouri State's "Our Promise" campaign visit http://ourpromise.missouristate.edu .
SPORTS
Mike Scott and mscott@kspr.com | December 12, 2011
KANSAS CITY, MO - The Kansas City Chiefs fired head coach Todd Haley Monday morning after going 19-27 in 2-plus seasons wih the team.  “This was a difficult decision but one that we feel is best for the future of the Chiefs,” Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said. “Although there have been bright spots at different points this season, we have not made meaningful progress and we felt that it was necessary to make a change. We appreciate Todd's contributions during his time with the club, and we wish him well in the future.” Injuries have depleted the team this season with the loss of key offensive players Jamal Charles, Matt Cassel, and Tony Moeaki.  The offense which ranks 31st in the NFL has scored only 3 touchdowns in the past 6 games, including a franchise low 4 total yards in the 1st half of Sunday's 37-10 loss at the Jets.
NEWS
Leigh Moody and Anchor | December 12, 2011
The University of Missouri plans to introduce the four-campus system's new president on Tuesday. Curators Chairman Warren Erdman will announce the university system's 23rd president at a 10 a-m news conference in Columbia. The new leader replaces Gary Forsee, who stepped down in January to care for his wife as she battles cancer. Interim President Steve Owens did not want the job permanently and plans to resume his duties as General Counsel. More than 100 candidates were considered for the job.
NEWS
Emily Rittman and Reporter | November 28, 2011
According to a news release sent by members of the New Life Evangelistic Center, Inc., Reverend Larry Rice will hold a news conference on Tuesday morning.  “Rice will share a letter from a Springfield attorney that threatens to take New Life Evangelistic Center to court, if it doesn't shut down its facility at 806 North Jefferson,” the release stated.  “At this press conference, Rice will explain how NLEC is determined to continue its work...
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Greg Leuthen and KSPR News Producer | November 20, 2011
Arkansas says Razorbacks tight end Garrett Uekman has died. The university said in a statement that Uekman was pronounced dead at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville on Sunday afternoon. The cause of death wasn't immediately known, and police and officials wouldn't comment until all of Uekman's family had been notified. The 19-year-old Uekman redshirted last season for the Razorbacks but had seen limited action this season as a freshman. The No. 3 Razorbacks (10-1, 6-1 Southeastern Conference)
SPORTS
Mike Scott and mscott@kspr.com | November 18, 2011
SPRINGFIELD, MO - The Springfield Cardinals will host a 2:00 pm news conference Monday at Hammons Field.  The team is expected to announce coaching changes for the 2012 season.
NEWS
Greg Leuthen and KSPR News Producer | November 13, 2011
The St. Louis Cardinals say they will announce the hiring of Mike Matheny as manager during a news conference Monday. Matheny, a former St. Louis catcher will replace the retired Tony La Russa. La Russa stepped down after leading the team to the World Series title. The 40-year-old Matheny was a minor league instructor with the Cardinals and has no managing experience. He played for St. Louis from 2000-04 and won three Gold Gloves. He won another with San Francisco. (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)
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