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Despite a lack of funding, volunteers, and time a local mobile food pantry will once again hit the streets of Springfield again today. Good to... [Read More]
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It may have felt like summer for the past several weeks in the Ozarks. But summer officially arrived at 5:07 a.m. Thursday, June 21. [Read More]
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Relief from the heat on the first day of summer! [Read More]
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The son of a Springfield councilwoman and his company are suing the city of Springfield for an alleged failure to turn over public records in... [Read More]
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The history of a Southwest Missouri community is being used to inspire the future. Raine Clotfelter is far from new at this. [Read More]
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After days of claiming his hands were tied and it was up to Congress to act, President Trump signed an executive order that will end... [Read More]
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It's been one of the hottest starts to June on record in Springfield. For athletes, working around that heat for safety purposes is a priority. [Read More]
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The rest of tonight looks partly cloudy and quiet. There will be a few isolated showers overnight, mainly north of Hwy. 60. Temperatures... [Read More]
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo--In our Bear Nation report, Missouri State basketball coach Dana Ford made a couple of roster announcements Wednesday. [Read More]
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TULSA, Ok-- The Springfield Cardinals wrapped up their short four game road trip to Tulsa Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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The state Democratic Party and a Missouri military veteran have filed a lawsuit arguing that Governor Mike Parson does not have the power to appoint... [Read More]
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Friday, June 15, Matthew Allen Brungard, 33, was sentenced to 5 years in prison with no probation. [Read More]
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Court dates have been scheduled for the people accused of killing a Texas County transgender teen. [Read More]
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Del Monte is recalling several batches of fresh-cut vegetable trays in the wake of a parasite outbreak. [Read More]
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On Thursday, June 21, 2018, Governor Parson will engage in Cabinet level meetings to discuss Missouri's needs and lay out priorities. [Read More]
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Scattered showers and storms come with a relief from the heat... [Read More]
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A Missouri State Representative from a district bordering Arkansas has resigned. [Read More]
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Here is a partial list of 4th of July community celebrations across the Ozarks. Don't see your event? Email us and we'll add... [Read More]
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The City of Branson is hosting two open house forums as an opportunity for you to provide input, ask questions, or share any concerns regarding... [Read More]
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In your Wednesday morning Sports Report, the second half of the season is underway for the Springfield Cardinals. Plus, the NBA draft is Thursday... [Read More]
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