The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
Posted at 1:00 PM

Waynesville High School football players help pack food for the Waynesville R-VI School District’s Snack in a Pack program. The players will continue helping throughout the rest of the season.

Updated at 12:57 PM

Dixon seeded No. 2 in Class 2 District 5 tournament

Updated at 12:55 PM

PHOENIX (AP) " An Arizona sheriff whose immigration crackdowns have drawn wide attention is expected to testify Wednesday about his acknowledged disobedience of court orders in a racial profiling lawsuit and allegations he launched an investigation...

Updated at 12:53 PM

PARIS (AP) " The latest developments as European nations struggle to cope with tens of thousands of people trekking across the continent to find safety. All times local:

Updated at 12:40 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " A woman believed to have given birth in the bathroom of her boyfriend's apartment before tossing her newborn daughter to her death from a seventh-story window was being held without bail Wednesday on a murder charge, police and...

Updated at 12:31 PM

Viola Davis illustrated the dangers of texting while walking on Tuesday's

Updated at 12:18 PM

HONOLULU (AP) " It will be up to the Native Hawaiian community to create its own government " if it chooses to do so, federal officials said as they outlined a proposal to establish a possible government-to-government relationship.

Updated at 12:16 PM

CBS has made a killing on cops and criminals over the years, but on Wednesday, the network will once again try to tap into another of TV's most reliable formats: the medical procedural.

Updated at 12:11 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " In a potential major shift in policy, U.S. military commanders want to keep at least a few thousand American troops in Afghanistan beyond 2016, citing a fragile security situation highlighted by the Taliban's capture of the...

Updated at 12:07 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " In a world flush with free information, some young people are still willing to shell out for news they read.

Updated at 12:01 PM

A temporary funding measure aiming to keep the government open past a midnight deadline sailed through the Senate on Wednesday and was expected to make its way shortly through a divided House and on to President Barack Obama.

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