|The VOICE Program needs volunteers - KSPRGoogle News / 14 min. ago more|
KSPRThe VOICE Program needs volunteersKSPRSPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KSPR) - The Vocational Opportunities Inspiring Children in Elementary (VOICE) Program inspires nearly four-thousand children each year in Greene County schools. In the past year it's expanded to ten counties surrounding Springfield.
|Missouri State University Rallying in Support of Charlottesville - OzarksFirst.comGoogle News / 7 h. 42 min. ago more|
OzarksFirst.comMissouri State University Rallying in Support of CharlottesvilleOzarksFirst.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Hundreds of people are standing in solidarity with Charlottesville during a rally at Missouri State University. There were about 300 people that showed up outside MSU's student union on Monday. The crowd was mixed with students and ...Thousands converge on campus of Missouri State University for solar eclipseKY3Thousands fill Plaster Student union to watch solar eclipseKSPR'Hate will not win' is message of Missouri State rallySpringfield News-Leaderall 12 news articles »
|ArnoSpringfield News / 8 h. 50 min. ago more|
Lakota came down that evening and she ate supper with me then she went down to stay with her folks. Lakota went with Kristie to Springfield Wednesday where her mother attended a meeting then Lakota took Kristie out to eat to celebrate her birthday and did some shopping.
|Police ask for your help to find reported missing Springfield woman - KSPRGoogle News / 10 h. 6 min. ago more|
KSPRPolice ask for your help to find reported missing Springfield womanKSPRSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield Police Department is asking your assistance to locate a missing woman. Tammy Ward, 51, disappeared after a relative ...and more »
|Today's the day of the Solar Eclipse, Greene County Democrats rebrand themselves, and more.Springfield News / 20 h. 9 min. ago more|
Solar Eclipse: In Springfield the solar eclipse will be about 96% for us. The moon will be in the sun's path starting at 11:44am and continue for almost 3 hours.
|CNBC Reveals the Top 15 Cities in America to Start a Business in 2017Springfield News / 1 d. 0 h. 32 min. ago more|
With 28 million small businesses already in America and many of them optimistic about the direction in which their business will go in the next year, it is vital that all looking to start their own business choose the best location. You have probably heard the phrase 'location is key' an abundance of times, but it's true, location really is key, and choosing the right location is the most important decision to make.
|2 hurt in 3-car crash in north Springfield - KY3 - KY3Google News / 1 d. 15 h. 13 min. ago more|
KY32 hurt in 3-car crash in north Springfield - KY3KY3SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Two suffered injuries in a three-vehicle crash Sunday evening that tied up traffic for about an hour in north Springfield. It happened just ...2 hurt in 3-car crash in north SpringfieldKSPRall 1 news articles »
|Longtime anchor Jerry Jacob laid off on Friday - Springfield News-LeaderGoogle News / 3 d. 15 h. 33 min. ago more|
Springfield News-LeaderLongtime anchor Jerry Jacob laid off on FridaySpringfield News-LeaderAt least a dozen employees at KY3 and KSPR, including anchor Jerry Jacob, were laid off Friday morning in what management has called a consolidation of ...and more »
|Domestic violence shelter sees victims from all classesSpringfield News / 4 d. 4 h. 25 min. ago more|
Though some might have been surprised to hear about a murder-suicide in an affluent Springfield subdivision last month, Lisa Farmer was not. As director of Harmony House - Greene County's only shelter for victims of domestic violence - Farmer knows all too well that domestic violence happens in all neighborhoods.
|Some solar eclipse glasses sold in Springfield recalled - KY3Google News / 4 d. 15 h. 6 min. ago more|
KY3Some solar eclipse glasses sold in Springfield recalledKY3SPRINGFIELD, Mo. Solar eclipse glasses are the hottest item in town right now. With a seal of approval from the American Astronomical Society, you know your eyesight will be protected when taking in the show this coming Monday. However, not all glasses ...and more »
|No apparent plans yet to remove Confederate monuments in Springfield and Missouri - Springfield News-LeaderGoogle News / 4 d. 23 h. 37 min. ago more|
Springfield News-LeaderNo apparent plans yet to remove Confederate monuments in Springfield and MissouriSpringfield News-LeaderAmong the many images making their way across the world after the racist rallies and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a short clip of protesters toppling a Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina. Missouri, a former slave state that was ...and more »
|Southwest Missouri man identified as Charlottesville demonstrator in viral photo - Springfield News-LeaderGoogle News / 5 d. 11 h. 31 min. ago more|
Springfield News-LeaderSouthwest Missouri man identified as Charlottesville demonstrator in viral photoSpringfield News-LeaderA southwest Missouri man has been identified as one of the more prominent faces of a white nationalist rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia last week. Photographs depicting Lebanon native and former Springfield resident Ted Von Nukem in a black ...and more »
|Hundreds line up at Springfield Hy-Vee to buy eclipse glasses - Springfield News-LeaderGoogle News / 5 d. 18 h. 56 min. ago more|
Springfield News-LeaderHundreds line up at Springfield Hy-Vee to buy eclipse glassesSpringfield News-LeaderOn Wednesday, Hy-Vee stocked less than 3000 eclipse glasses, with a limit of five pairs per customer.Long Lines Form At Hy-Vee For Solar Eclipse Glasses - StoryKTTSall 6 news articles »
|Birthplace of Route 66 Festival attendance shatters recordsSpringfield News / 5 d. 20 h. 51 min. ago more|
Total attendance at the just-completed Birthplace of Route 66 Festival in Springfield, Missouri, not only broke a record, but shattered the old mark. The Springfield Business Journal reported total attendance over the past weekend was 53,000, which exceeded last year's record of 38,000 by an astonishing 40 percent.
|Springfield NAACP speaks out on Missouri travel advisory - KSPRGoogle News / 6 d. 10 h. 28 min. ago more|
KSPRSpringfield NAACP speaks out on Missouri travel advisoryKSPRHe and some of other Police Chiefs Clay mentioned, including Ozark's, are willing to start sitting down with Clay every year and reviewing racial profiling data - like the Springfield Police Chief does. "It is my view that Southwest Missouri is ...and more »
|A first in Canada, this cutting-edge new intersection slashes congestion and saves livesSpringfield News / 6 d. 11 h. 58 min. ago more|
It dramatically reduces crashes and congestion and will stop Calgarians being 'stolen away from their families' said Mayor Naheed Nenshi In a Canadian first, the City of Calgary has just partially opened the country's first diverging diamond intersection, an innovative design that deftly avoids the need for turning left against oncoming traffic. The $78 million project is expected to dramatically reduce congestion and crashes.
|Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Nixa ManSpringfield News / 7 d. 15 h. 1 min. ago more|
An endangered person advisory has been issued for a missing Nixa man. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says 31-year-old Anthony Lane hasn't been seen since Wednesday morning when he left for work in Springfield.
|President Trump gets attacked for condemning all violence after...Springfield News / 7 d. 19 h. 39 min. ago more|
Council of Churches of the Ozarks is holding an event today to condemn the violence that happened this weekend in Charlottesville. There was also an event last night in Springfield.
|Hospital operator CoxHealth provides patients with electronic access to doctors' notesSpringfield News / 10 d. 0 h. 51 min. ago more|
Providing patients access to doctors' notes improves adherence to treatment plans and relationships between patients and providers, says CoxHealth chief medical officer Dr. Louis Krenn. CoxHealth, a five-hospital, 860 bed health system headquartered in Springfield, Mo., is giving patients electronic access to physician notes.
|Ozark County Sheriff Describes Process in Search for Missing Minnesota TeenSpringfield News / 10 d. 5 h. 11 min. ago more|
The Ozark County Sheriff's Department said the biological mother of a missing Minnesota 16-year-old was uncooperative when authorities sought to search the farm on which she and Savannah Leckie were residing. A release said authorities later obtained a search warrant and discovered burnt human remains beneath a brush pile.
|Weekend Flyer: The Mixtapes, Luray, Rochelle Bradshaw & Hypnotion, and moreSpringfield News / 10 d. 9 h. 27 min. ago more|
The final dive in move of the year at Wilson Park Pool is Friday night. This week's, Disney film Moana will be shown.
|Springfield Woman Pleads Guilty To Tax FraudSpringfield News / 10 d. 13 h. 56 min. ago more|
Federal prosecutors announced Thursday that 55-year-old Nancy Lorine Walker admitted she participated in the conspiracy from January 2010 to April 2013, when she and others submitted false federal income tax returns. Walker and other conspirators used other people's identifications to prepare to electronically file federal income tax returns.
|Plaza Tire opens 2nd Springfield storeSpringfield News / 10 d. 16 h. 17 min. ago more|
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Plaza Tire Service has opened a second retail store in Springfield, a community of about 167,000 residents that Plaza Tire President Mark Rhodes said is "experiencing tremendous growth."
|More Than $30,000 Raised For Officer's FamilySpringfield News / 10 d. 21 h. 10 min. ago more|
It's a tasty way to show support to law enforcement after the recent shooting death of Clinton Police Officer Gary Michael, and it's been met with overwhelming success at local Hurts Donut locations. The shops in Springfield and Joplin started making Thin Blue Line donuts at midnight Thursday, and by the end of the day, money raised from the donuts and donations totaled more than $30,000.