The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
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This autumn, be prepared for the cool breezes, cold rain and early snow. Know whether to pack an umbrella or dig out the snow shovels thanks to these handy apps. Dark Sky: At a glance, this app can tell you when it will rain or snow up to an hour in advance, with hyper-local forecasts based on your exact location. It also includes beautiful weather animations and customizable push notifications as well as crowd-sourced weather reporting. Cost: $3.99 for iOS. Find it: darkskyapp.com

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Reports of the Sept. 27 total lunar eclipse are coming in. From where people were blessed with clear skies or at least breaks in the clouds that allowed a peek, the reddened moon immersed in Earth’s shadow and provided a stunning display of the...

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There’s very little talking in “Sicario,” at least from its major characters: FBI hostage response specialist Kate Macer (Emily Blunt), inter-agency task force chief Matt Graver (Josh Brolin), and the mystery man who calls himself Alejandro (Benicio...

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A couple of things about “The Martian” before I really say anything about it: It’s got a guaranteed spot on my top-10 list this year, and it’s a return to form for director Ridley Scott, who’s never made a bad movie, but has been floundering around...

Updated at 8:25 PM

Injury-riddled Bulldogs try to slow down Falcons.

Updated at 8:22 PM

After several stress-filled games, Bulldogs get blowout win.

Updated at 6:53 PM

By July 1, 2016, Missouri University of Science and Technology intends to join more than 1,000 other colleges and universities in the U.S. by becoming a tobacco-free campus.

Updated at 6:51 PM

Deep inside a 70-year-old water-treatment plant, drinking water for Iowa's capital city is cleansed of harmful nitrates that come from the state's famously rich farmland.

Updated at 6:49 PM

Disney's “Beauty and the Beast,” an award-winning Broadway musical, is being shown on stage in Rolla this October.

Updated at 6:48 PM

Signatures for two initiative petitions that would raise taxes on cigarette and other tobacco products can now be collected, according to the Missouri Secretary of State’s office.

Updated at 6:47 PM

It's been a tough year for pumpkin growers in Missouri, and buyers can expect to see significantly higher prices this fall.

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