|
|
The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
Posted at 4:00 PM

Secretary of State Jason Kander today marked Human Trafficking Awareness Month by announcing a bipartisan plan to protect trafficking survivors by adding them to the categories of survivors who may participate in his office’s Safe at Home program.Safe at Home is an address confidentiality program that allows survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or rape to use a substitute mailing record when creating new public records with state and local government...

Posted at 4:00 PM

After reading Ghost Dog Secrets by Peg Kehret, Thayer fifth grade students sponsored a donation drive for the Fort Leonard Wood Animal Shelter under the leadership of the building’s Junior Student To Student (JS2S) group. Students...

Posted at 3:00 PM

Exempting financial institutions from a Missouri law governing advertising, merchandising and related lawsuits would leave individuals little recourse if they are mistreated, a state consumer protection official told lawmakers Monday.

Updated at 2:43 PM

A law enforcement campaign to compel Google Inc. to disable a feature in its popular Waze traffic app that lets drivers warn others about nearby police activity shifted Wednesday when a sheriffs' organization openly complained that the app not only...

Posted at 3:26 PM False
Updated at 2:07 PM

As the United States forges closer ties to India, neighboring Pakistan is looking for some new friends. Officials hope they have found one in Russia — a budding partnership that could eventually shift historic alliances in South Asia.

Updated at 1:37 PM

Journey to the frontier of food and you'll find a 3D printer, spewing out chocolate. While traditional cooking isn't going anywhere, you can count on 3D printed foods eventually finding a place in our world.

Updated at 1:36 PM

59, Iberia

Updated at 1:35 PM

†72, St. Robert

Updated at 1:34 PM

†30, Waynesville

NEXT 10  »
«  PREV 10
    • Events Calendar