Missouri Colleges and universities express frustration over Gov. Eric Greitens' proposed budget for next year. The Governor unveiled his 2019 fiscal year budget proposal yesterday. The fiscal year begins in July, and the Governor is proposal higher education as a whole take a $70 million hit. MSSU's Board of Governors voted last year to raise tuition by 2.1%, a $5 per credit hour increase for in-state tuition. This year, MSSU is preparing students for another increase.
The Joplin Police Department shares its side of what happened during an arrest yesterday that was recorded and since shared on social media. The video only shows part of the takedown, but some say it still shows excessive force. Lacy Goswick, the woman who recorded the video, says there's another aspect to what's happening. "I guess, since I know him personally, I have some emotions involved," says Goswick.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment issues a violation to the City of Frontenac after several water tests showed high levels of radium. The violation was based off an average of results done off the City's drinking water. Radium is found in rock and soil, and scientists have classified it as a carcinogen. Keeping radium out of water wells is a problem in this area, and areas across the nation, because many wells go deep into the rock and soil.
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens’ proposed budget for next year includes not just “cuts,” but “amputations” to MSSU, according to the university’s president, who signals a tuition increase looks inevitable. We’ll talk to the president and students about this impact this evening. https://t.co/MS21I4Jtqq
The Joplin Police Department has taken to social media to explain an arrest at this intersection yesterday that has since garnered an outcry on Facebook. You’ll hear from JPD and a woman who caught the arrest on camera this evening. https://t.co/uZZStxZEiz
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