Monday, January 23, 2017
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Favela - How long have you been in business?   [READ MORE]
We spotted Kate Del Castillo, the woman who arranged El Chapo's interview with Sean Penn, in LAX but she refused to answer questions about the drug lord's extradition to the United States.   [READ MORE]
LISD Communications and Community Relations Nancy Sharp drops by KLBK This Morning to talk about the great opportunities students have when they enroll in STEM, and reminds parents about some important deadlines coming up.   [READ MORE]
A new president and new hope for the U.S. economy. Rick Reagan joins Dan Cummings with the biggest things that the Stock Market is hoping from President Donald Trump.   [READ MORE]
TMN List: 1-23-17
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NewsChannel 9 checks out the biggest real estate buys in the U.S. You'll need to start saving to live in these pricey pads.   [READ MORE]
Business is Boomin
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Big games mean big business for local restaurants. Staff at Buffalo Wild Wings in Joplin say they'll see an abundance of business as the N.F.L. Playoffs come to a close. They say most people in the area cheer for either the Cheifs or Cowboys. Meanwhile, staff at Hackett's Hot Wings in Joplin say the weather will also play a role in crowd size. Either way, staff at both restaurants say big sporting events mean big business for them. Chris Lee-Sye/Buffalo Wild Wings GM: "Absolutely I mean games like these are what we live for you know we're wings, beer and sports. So I mean whenever we have championship football we're it's always good for us to bring people in the door and make them happy." Jevon Hackett/Hackett's Bar Manager: "I think it's pretty doable weather to come in and you know eat some good food, drink some beer and watch football games." Buffalo Wild Wings and Hackett's will both be open all day two weeks from today on Super Bowl Sunday   [READ MORE]
Fans gather today to see a baseball legend at Vintage Stock. Yankee World Series M-V-P Ralph Terry was signing autographs for his new book. "Right Down the Middle" is a redemption story about a small town guy making it to the baseball big leagues. Terry's message reader's and young athletes alike is to play hard and have fun. Ralph Terry/Book Author Down the Middle: "Don't give up because you had a bad day or a bad game. Most important game is the next one. You have to bounce back and come back and get you must recover. The Baxter Springs Native says it's nice to be remembered in the area that he grew up in.   [READ MORE]

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