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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6882343?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 21 Apr 2017 11:00:42 +0000 600 am morning show 600 am morning show http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6882343?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KODE morning four states.i'm katie oweni'm coleman bandy a lot of rain expected over the next couple of days. i'll give you all the details in just a few moments. thank you coleman. a southeast kansas community college training center is changing their address. the fort scott community college, john deere technology center is moving from frontenac to fort scott. school administrators say they started planning last year, when the building they're currently housed in was sold. the center will re-open in the former national guard armory in fort scott, on the east edge of campus. they say they're viewing this as a positive move for students, because it provides more options.3 heather browne, ft. scott community college: "they'll be in close proximity to the main campus, so they'll be closer to all the activities we have here, the student organizations, the sports games and also they'll be able to live in the dorms if they want to." there are about 27 students currently enrolled in the john deere program at fort scott community college this year. administrators say more than a dozen have already signed up for next year as well. despite what would appear to be a move to clear the missouri senate's calendar, lawmakers say business will get done in jefferson city. state senator rob schaaf of st. joe, filed a request to clear all house bills off the senate's consent calendar on wednesday. it's designed to streamline the legislative process on bills that are widely agreed upon. in missouri, if a senator makes the request to remove the bills from the consent calendar, they are automatically removed. however, legislators say this isn't the first time the senate has dealt with an issue like this. they say that despite having several large items on the consent calendar, like the budget, they still expect work to carry on through the end of the session. area college students are showcasing their creative side. ten crowder college students in neosho presented their school projects to the campus. they created and designed their own wind turbines, solar hot water heaters, and solar vehicles. this event is part of the maret center student showcase. jarod youngblood, crowder student: "i'm proud of what i built because there's no other design like it because it's a custom-built design. and we actually came up with it ourselves rather than like trying to find a design online and coping it from someone else, we built it ourselves. we decided to go abnormal." directors hope to hold the next student showcase next spring. a branson attraction is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of the movie "titanic." the titanic museum is showcasing several of the costumes worn by kate winslet, leonardo dicaprio, and other cast members. and the clothing is one of the reasons the film recieved 11 academy awards, including best picture, best director, and best costume design. museum owners say it's a great reason for a stay-cation. mary kellogg-joslyn, titanic museum: "we're very excited that this collection has been well received especially young girls with their moms who the mom saw the picture and now the girls have seen it on dvd and now they want to share this experience together as a family." the costumes will be on display at the museum until june 11th. the display is included as part of the regular admission price. local car sales drive a donation for the ronald mcdonald house in joplin. roper suburu presented a check for more than 7 thousand dollars. a portion of every car sold this year went towards this donation. the money will go towards lodging families who stay at the house. it's part of roper suburu's campaign share the love, where they donate to a local charity every year. patrick stone, general sales mang. at roper suburu: "in turmoil with uh their babies or children being in the hospital, it's more important for them to focus on that than to focus on where they are going to stay or how they are going to eat or anything of that nature." this is the 3rd year the ronald mcdonald house received this check. the farmers insurance board makes a big donation to the children's advocacy center of southeast kansas. a member of the farmers board of governors presented the 10 thousand dollar check to the advocacy center on thursday morning. they work to protect children from abuse, and seek justice for childhood victims of crime. the donation is part of farmers insurance ongoing efforts to give back to the community. now, let's go to coleman with today's fastcast. thanks, katie. very rainy conditions in most of the four states




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