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Updated at 8:19 AM

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heads to Washington next week on a last-gasp effort to seal what he hopes will become his signature achievement: preventing Iran from attaining a nuclear weapon. But the centerpiece of the visit, a much-hyped speech to Congress arguing against the international community's emerging nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, has been overshadowed by a damaging battle with the White House and electoral intrigue back home.

Posted at 8:05 AM

At the focus of ABC's new drama Secrets and Lies are the murder of a young boy and his...

Posted at 1:01 AM

Need a little help getting your green thumb in gear as spring draws closer? There are tons of garden apps on the market ready to help you organize your thoughts and get your plants planted as the weather gets warmer. From reference material to...

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If someone tried to put together a Reviving Dead People film festival, there wouldn’t be enough films in the genre to actually call it a festival. There’s “Frankenstein” (the feat was accomplished via electricity), “Pet Sematary” (overnight burial...

Posted at 1:00 AM

The best way to approach this film is to immediately dispense with its problems. The first half is stronger and more entertaining than what comes after it. Due to the surprising, and surprising amount of, twists it takes, a second viewing won’t hold...

Updated at 12:41 AM

Dickie W. Ellis, 63, Seneca, passed away Feb. 25, 2015, at Baptist Integris in Oklahoma City, Okla., after an illness.

Updated at 12:40 AM

Rosalee Clark, 91, Neosho, died Feb. 25, 2015, in Seneca, following a short illness.  Rosalee was born July 14, 1923, in Anderson and was a lifelong area resident. She worked as a housekeeper for many years.  

Updated at 12:37 AM

Flossie Mae Burr, 85, Neosho, died Feb. 25, 2015, at Freeman Hospital in Neosho, following a lengthy illness.  

Updated at 12:32 AM

The tragic news of the death of State Auditor Tom Schweich quickly made its way to Neosho City Hall and city manager Troy Royer Thursday afternoon, as Royer had worked for Schweich for a time as he completed the audit of Neosho.

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