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   Officials in northwest Missouri have issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a 23 month old girl taken from her grandmother's home by her non-custodial mother.  
   The Harrison County Sheriff's says Caiden Stanton is believed to be with her mother, Calley Stanton.  Police say the 27 year old woman may have been under the influence of illegal substances when she took the child from her Bethany, Missouri home Wednesday morning.  
   Both mother and daughter are described as fair skinned with red hair.  The pair may be traveling in a black, 1990's Ford Taurus with Missouri tags.  
   Anyone with information is urged to call 9-1-1.
 
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   A lucky lottery player in California is the newest Powerball millionaire.  Lottery officials say one ticket, sold at a Chevron station near San Jose, is the sole winner in Wednesdat night's $425 million Powerball drawing.  

   The winning numbers drawn were: 1, 17, 35, 49, 54 with a Powerball of 34.  

   There were no million-dollar winners in Missouri.  Lottery officials report that two people in Missouri matched four white balls and the Powerball.  One of them used the Power-play to triple the $10,000 prize.

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   SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Elderly North and South Koreans separated for six decades are tearfully reuniting, grateful to embrace children, brothers, sisters and spouses they had thought they might never see again.
   About 80 elderly South Koreans traveled Thursday through falling snow with their families to North Korea's Diamond Mountain to reunite with relatives they hadn't seen since the 1950-53 Korean War. Seoul says about 180 North Koreans were expected.
   South Korean TV showed elderly women in traditional hanbok dresses talking and hugging at the resort. Stooped men wiped away tears with their handkerchiefs. Another old man was wheeled into the meeting room on a stretcher, a blue blanket wrapped tightly around him.
   More reunions are planned through Tuesday. This round of reunions, the first since 2010, comes amid a North Korean charm offensive.
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   LAUREL, Miss. (AP) — The second floor of an activity center at a rural church in Mississippi collapsed during an evening youth service, sending about 70 people tumbling and leaving at least 15 people hurt, the church's pastor and authorities said.
   None of the injuries appeared life-threatening though a 16-year-old girl was taken to a hospital in Hattiesburg with a possible head injury after the floor collapse Wednesday evening, authorities said. The hospital told The Associated Press it had no information to release, while authorities said at least 15 others taken to hospitals had since been released.
   Pastor Tommy Davis at Freedom Baptist Church in Myrick told The Chronicle in Laurel that the floor at the activity center collapsed during a Wednesday evening youth service.
   "In the middle of the student service, the floor — which is a second-story floor — gave way, causing about 70 students to fall," Davis said. "But it's got to be said that no one was seriously injured, no one was trapped. God's hand was certainly taking care of the kids who were in that building."
   Spokeswoman Linda Gavin at the South Central Regional Medical Center, said at least 15 young people were treated there and all later released. She said the 16-year-old girl was taken to a Hattiesburg hospital with a possible head injury.
   Students said the collapse came unexpectedly while the service was under way.
   "We heard a huge rumble and the floor collapsed and people collapsed with it," said one 18-year-old female student.
   Witnesses said youngsters in the 7th to 12th grades were in the youth center for an evening service, adding most had cuts, scrapes, bruises and possibly some with broken bones.
   Dozens of those in the collapse were treated at the scene and released as worried relatives stood by amid the flashing lights of ambulances and emergency vehicles.
   Jones County Sheriff Alex Hodge said the drop was about 12 feet in the floor collapse.
   Dispatcher Amanda Lofton at the Jones County Sheriff's Office told AP early Thursday she had no additional information to release and that authorities had no preliminary report on what caused the floor collapse.
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