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RIP Sawyer Sweeten Everybody Loves Raymond
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Sawyer Sweeten, Star of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ Dead at 19

A sad day for fans of Everybody Loves Raymond and the world at large, as the family of series star Sawyer Sweeten has confirmed news that the 19-year old passed away Thursday of a suspected suicide, in Texas. The young star and his twin brother Sullivan had played Raymond sons Geoffrey and Michael Barone from 1996 to 2005.

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Knockout
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Boxer Viciously Knocked Out, Should Consider New Career

Prepare to witness a knockout that may make you more jelly-legged than the fighter who fell to the mat.

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Deli Meat
How It's Made, YouTube

Watching Deli Meat Being Made May Cause You To Drastically Change Your Diet

There are some things we as a society are just better off not knowing.

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Missouri Farmers Care
Members of Missouri Farmers Care (MFC) are teaming up to launch an educational campaign with the St. Louis Cardinals. For the first time in Cardinals' history, the MFC Farm Team is stepping up to help entertain and educate fans on today's food production through a competitive mascot race at every Friday night home game. (Courtesy of Missouri Farmers Care)

Missouri Farmers Care Teams Up With St. Louis Cardinals

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.)--The Nationals have the presidents. The Brewers have the sausages. Now the Cardinals have the Farm Team.

Missouri Farmers Care (MFC) is teaming up with the St. Louis Cardinals to bring some new faces to Busch Stadium this season. Comprised of MFC mascots Sweet Bessie, Captain Cornelius and Simon the Soybean, the farm team is part of the "Race to the Plate" educational campaign to increase awareness and understanding of today's food production.

The mascots will be jockeying for bragging rights at each Friday night home game in Busch Sta

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MiLB

Boy With Prosthetic ‘Iron Man’ Hand Throws Out First Pitch at Baseball Game

The newest superhero has a thing for the national pastime.

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Nurse
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Euphoric Nurse Goes Bananas When Her Patient Walks Again

Nurses may be the unsung heroes of our medical system. They help us in numerous ways and give smiles and encouragement when we need it most.

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Zach Tucker
Zach Tucker and his brother have grown their energy-efficient lighting company, One3LED, from two employees to more than 20, and are among the more than 40,000 Missourians now working in the clean energy sector. Photo courtesy of Z. Tucker.

Clean Energy Jobs Booming In Missouri

By Mona Shand

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - When it comes to putting Missourians to work, the clean energy sector is making big strides. That's according to a new report which finds the industry now employs more than 40,000 people statewide

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Chris Koster
Chris Koster (Courtesy of ago.mo.gov)

Missouri Receives $3 Million To Help Clean Springfield Industrial Site

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — The state has received another $3 million to help clean up a Springfield industrial site contaminated by chemicals. Attorney General Chris Koster says the money was part of a settlement from a bankruptcy settlement involving Anadarko Petroleum

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Agave Plant
Agave Plant (Courtesy of AP)

Truman State University Agave Plant Grows Tall

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) — An approximately 50-year-old agave plant at Truman State University in Kirksville has sent up a stalk so tall that maintenance personnel had to remove panels from the greenhouse ceiling so it wouldn't smash through

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Charges Filed Against Man Who Authorities Say Shot His Brother

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Charges have been filed against a man who authorities say shot his brother inside a Ferguson home and caused a standoff with police earlier this week. Lorenzo Foster is charged with first-degree assault, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm

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