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Man found dead in Little Sac River has been identified. An investigation is ongoing.

Woods' body was found by two people at about 9 a.m., who had flagged down a sheriff's deputy, according to Craigmyle.

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2018-06-19 01:00:00

Greene County deputies investigating death north of Springfield

NEAR SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --The Greene County Sheriff's Department is investigating a death north of Springfield.Detectives are focusing on an area of State Highway H and State Highway KK. The sheriff's department posted on social media that the investigation is in its early stages.Stay tuned to KY3 New

KSPR.COM - 2018-06-18 10:37:00

Judge sets $2 million bond for man accused of fleeing police, hitting and killing Nixa mother

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --The man accused of running from police and crashing into a car in Springfield killing the driver-- had a bond hearing Monday, and the judge set his bond at $2 million.Tommy Morris, Junior has a long criminal history, and as of today, he could post bond and get out of the Greene Co

KSPR.COM - 2018-06-18 17:17:00

Mom forgot 6-week-old in car outside Springfield store, police say. It was 92 degrees.

The passerby opened an unlocked car door, freeing the baby, according to police spokeswoman Lisa Cox.

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2018-06-18 22:56:00

Menards will soon hire for its 2 stores in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --Springfield's two new Menards stores will soon begin to hire.The stores will open soon at East 500 North Eastgate and 3803 West University Avenue. Menards is looking to hire both full-time and part-time employees.Menards is asking interested applicants to stop at the store beginni

KSPR.COM - 2018-06-18 16:11:00

Missouri Gas Prices are Going Down

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Some good news for that summer road trip you might be planning, Missouri gas prices have fallen three cents per gallon in the past week.

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-06-18 22:27:22

Ozark Life Flashback: Traveling circus visits Marshfield, Mo.

MARSHFIELD, Mo. --In times gone by, small circuses traveled from town to town. KY3's Ed Fillmer watched a circus come to Marshfield, Mo. in 1989.

KSPR.COM - 2018-06-18 14:22:00

For Missouri Prisoners Working with Broken Dogs, Healing Goes Both Ways

Since the program began in 2010, more than 5,000 dogs have graduated from the program and been adopted into homes.

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-06-18 16:25:32

Kraft is Coming to Springfield Looking to Hire

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Springfield man killed in crash on James River Freeway

Matthew White, 32, was killed after he was involved a three-vehicle crash near James River and Farm Road 115, according to a news release from the Springfield Police Department.


Discovery Center in Springfield offers Free Admission to Fathers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- "Just coming home from work, get to see his smile that I'm home," Mathew Trickel said. "Daddy your home. just stuff like that, just to see that he does love me so much."Dad's who didn't want to face the heat outside got to stay

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-06-18 02:16:33

Three injured in Saturday wrecks

Two men suffered moderate to serious injuries in a two-vehicle wreck at 3:45 a.m. Saturday on Coyote Drive, 1 mile south of Joplin in Newton County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.


Blue Collar Barbershop opens in Springfield with $16 haircuts and free snacks

In 2018, he's opened his own shop, Blue Collar Barbershop, at the intersection of Glenstone Avenue and Bennett Street.

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2018-06-18 04:30:00

Council to Consider New Fire Station on College St.

Plus, a vote is planned for 2 separate, million dollar bills -- that would promote tourism in the queen city, and repair the Jefferson Avenue Footbridge.

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-06-18 10:03:58

Proud to call Springfield home

Mayor McClure acknowledged the journey of Ms. Mary Jean Price, an African American female who grew up in our city, and her MSU experience as well as the honorary degree awarded to her by Missouri State University. Ms. Price was denied the opportunity to enter the university in 1950 because she was A


Drunken driver gets 5 years in prison after fatal crash on I-44

Brungard, 34, told troopers he did not remember what happened when they found him sprawled outside his vehicle on Interstate 44 near Strafford.


Greene County Deputy Saves Boy From Getting Hit By A Truck

Sgt. Stephen Stoneking, an off-duty Greene County sheriff's deputy, sprung into action when a 3-year-old boy ran into the street just outside of gate 2.


Ex-Greene County lieutenant accused of raping child

David K. Hastings, 66, was arrested June 7 in Springfield by the sheriff's office and pleaded not guilty Tuesday. He remains in the Greene County Jail with bond set at $100,000.


Invasive fish found in Bull Shoals Lake

Nathan Recktenwald is a fisheries biologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation. He identified the bighead carp as a fish that the department doesn't want to find in its reservoirs. A native of Asia, the fish competes with other larval fish that eat zooplankton, which can disrupt the food c


Suicide on the rise: What can Springfield do?

Local health officials were already trying to decide the best way to talk to the community about suicide.Then, last week, the issue was thrust into the public conversation with the deaths of designer Kate Spade and chef/TV personality Anthony Bourdain.