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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOO DISTRICT 200 Team SCREAM drivers Levi Anderson, left, and David Wester control the robot KONG after sliding a stack of recyling totes onto the scoring platform during an exhibition match Saturday at the Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center.The strapping mechanism on the front of the robot was a key determiner in Team SCREAM winning the Maxion Innovation in Design award.

Team SCREAM Wins Two Awards At Missouri Robotics State Championship

Team SCREAM was honored for its creative engineering and its leader, Michael Wright, was praised by his peers Saturday at the inaugural Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center

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Website Offers Bets on Who Tiger Woods Will Date Next

Tiger Woods is single again and it hasn't been easy. The former top golfer in the world admitted that he had not slept for three days since his breakup with skier Lindsey Vonn. Now that Tiger is a bachelor once again, the big question is who will he date next? The website paddypower.com is a

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St. Louis Woman Sues Charter Communications Over Pay-Per-View Fight Outage

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis woman is suing a cable company for failing to televise the boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. Anna Ralphs alleges breach of contract. Ralphs says she was one of thousands of Charter pay-per-view customers in St

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Hostage Saved Thanks to Her Clever Use of Pizza Hut App

Pizza may not be the best food for you, but it can save your life. Wait, what?

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PHOTO: The push is on to ensure that the largest buildings in the state are monitoring their energy usage, which advocates say will save money, create jobs and help clear the air by reducing coal use. Photo credit: SDRandCO/morguefile.
PHOTO: The push is on to ensure that the largest buildings in the state are monitoring their energy usage, which advocates say will save money, create jobs and help clear the air by reducing coal use. Photo credit: SDRandCO/morguefile.

Improving Energy Efficiency in MO: Benchmarking Gains Traction

by Mona Shand

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Most people wouldn't buy a car without looking at the miles-per-gallon rating and environmental advocates think it's just as important to know the energy performance of Missouri's largest buildings.

The push is

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Fulton High School Student Suspected Of Hacking Into School District’s Computer Network

FULTON, Mo. (AP) — A Fulton High School student is suspected of hacking into the district's computer network, shutting down the system for several hours. The 17-year-old student was arrested on suspicion of tampering with computer equipment in last week's incident

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(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Mary-Dale Amison)

131st Bomb Wing Static Displays Take Shape At Whiteman

Some familiar landmarks have left their pedestals around Lambert Airport in St. Louis and made its way to Whiteman Air Force Base. The F4-Phantom II, F-15A Eage and the F-100 Super Sabre were moved from St

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The Winner of Our $2,500 Cash Contest Has Been Revealed

Anya Mosher is about to have a very memorable vacation. Why? Well, she's the winner of our $2,500 cash contest.

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Seinfeld Hulu Exclusive Streaming Rights
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‘Seinfeld’ Moves Exclusively to Hulu With Streaming Rights

As much as we like to imagen Seinfeld today, Hulu may soon corner the market on Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer’s exploits. The streaming service has announced an exclusive streaming deal for everyone’s favorite show about nothing, moving all 180 Seinfeld episodes onto Hulu for years to come.

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UCM 3-D Map
Holly Carneal demonstrates the use of the three-dimensional tactile map of the UCM main campus. (Courtesy of UCM)

UCM Develops 3-D Map For Blind

WARRENSBURG, MO (April 27, 2015) – For Holly Carneal, a social work major at the University of Central Missouri, college life presents the daily challenges faced by many college students. However, as a blind student, Carneal and her guide dog, Stella, face the additional challenge of learning to navigate campus without the benefit of being able to read a traditional printed campus map

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