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Heartland Football Friday Week 9 - Naylor man found guilty in deaths of 2 young brothers

Joshua Maynard was found guilty on Friday on all charges in connection with the deaths of two young brothers in a house fire. Joshua Maynard was found guilty on Friday on all charges in connection with the deaths of two young brothers in a house fire.
Authorities are searching for Robert Hardy Rush after he escaped from the Hardin County Jail during processing on Friday. Authorities are searching for Robert Hardy Rush after he escaped from the Hardin County Jail during processing on Friday.
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A Naylor, Mo. man was found guilty on Friday of all counts in connection with the deaths of two young brothers in a house fire in December 2012.

Authorities are searching for a Hardin County, Illinois jail escapee. Robert Hardy Rush, 30, is white male from Elizabethtown. He is described as 6 feet tall and 180 pounds. He has blue eyes and blond hair, and was last seen wearing blue jeans and a grayish-blue long sleeve sweatshirt.

A Morley, Mo. man is accused of a sex crime involving a juvenile. Timothy Scott Graham, 43, was charged with statutory sodomy in the second degree.

After a second health care worker at a Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas tested positive for Ebola, it seems to be the only thing people are talking about. Those worried or curious may have a lot of questions. Now, Illinois residents have access to a hotline where they can call 24/7 for answers.

A St. Louis sterilization company will not accept any medical waste potentially contaminated with Ebola. A judge approved an agreement on Friday between Stericycle Inc. and Attorney General Chris Koster's office barring the company from receiving such waste at its St. Louis facility.

There's no doubt Ebola is a serious, often fatal disease, especially in parts of Africa that are ill-equipped to handle the outbreak. Despite the frenzy since the first diagnosed case in the U.S., it's important to remember that only two American health workers have contracted the disease on U.S. soil. There are several other, less headline-grabbing events and diseases that are far more deadly than Ebola. You can click here for more.

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