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Kara Strickland reports. [Read More]
Some flash flooding is possible with showers and storms through this evening. [Read More]
Tags: Rain - storms - locally
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The knife was embedded in his skull and extended to just under his brain. [Read More]
Tags: knife - boy - lucky
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The new tuition rate will cost in-state undergraduate students an extra $6 per credit hour. Initially, that number was $10. [Read More]
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The 25-foot Chris Craft boat exploded and caught on fire Saturday afternoon at the Millstone Marina & RV resort. [Read More]
Investigators believe he failed to negotiate a curve. [Read More]
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The Full Circle Gardens program focuses on fresh, local food and connecting people who need that food with farmers and gardeners who have excess. [Read More]
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The female dog was found in the 1000 block of west Washita. [Read More]
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The county received an overall 'good' grade. [Read More]
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Rice has become one of country music's most exciting figures since arriving in Nashville, building a loyal fan base across the country. [Read More]
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Much of the Ozarks is under a Flash Flood Watch Monday. [Read More]
They don't have any artificial sweeteners or dyes. [Read More]
Showers and storms will be possible all day, with some torrential downpours in spots. [Read More]
Tags: Monday - Showers - rainy
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The accident happened on Friday at 75 Unicorn Road. [Read More]
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The Executive Director of Operations for Springfield Public Schools said not all of the updated secure entries will be completed in time for the first... [Read More]
Surveillance video shows man in a family's backyard. [Read More]
Ozark County, Mo. [Read More]
Tags: saves - child - drowning
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A child's bike was stolen right out of someone's fenced back yard in north west Springfield. [Read More]
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The damage is widespread. [Read More]
Father's Day will see a few showers and storms across the area, with more possible tonight and again on Monday. [Read More]
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