The Kitchen Clinic will close; new clinic will open at MSU
A medical clinic that has treated uninsured people in Springfield for the last 30 years will close down, but those in need will soon have a new place to receive care.
The Kitchen Clinic has around 2,000 patient visits a year, taking care of those without Medicare, Medicaid or insurance.
"There's still that huge gap out there that people just don't have it," said Rorie Orgeron, chief ...
10 p.m. report: Flooding fears near Truman Lake as rain returns
KY3's Eric Hilt reports from Osceola, Missouri. ...
The rain still piling up
Showers over the Ozarks tonight are just the first of several rounds we will see this week. Flooding is still a major concern. Get all the details by watching the forecast. ...
Heavy rainfall puts damper on summer construction season
A drive down S. Campbell Ave. reveals construction is hopping this season. On (or just off this busy street) you’ll find a lot going up, including a Walmart Neighborhood Market; a Planet Fitness gym; a Chick-fil-A; an Auto Zone; and Party City.
Around town, a lot of new homes are also going up.
"There are a lot of bids out there. A lot of buzz within ...
Lebanon car collection boasts more than 500 classic cars
One of the Ozarks' best kept secrets - a hotrod hotbed in Laclede County - is now opening its doors to the public.
"The rare and the unusual are normal here," Steve Plaster explained. For the last three decades, Steve Plaster has been collecting and restoring hundreds of cars here in the Ozarks.
"We're a little over 500 cars now, I call it awe inspiring," Plaster said.
PICTURES: Evergreen Historic Automobiles in Lebanon shows off massive car collection
What do a 2003 Corvette, a 1920 Duesenberg and the original Batmobile have in common? They're all part of a massive car collection near Lebanon. ...