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Fight between neighbors in west Springfield escalates to gunfire, man killed Police are investigating a homicide that happened Saturday evening in the 800 Block of S. West Avenue. That is a few blocks northwest of the intersection of Kansas Expressway and Grand. Police say two neighbors got into an argument. One shot the other in the chest. The person shot was killed. Police have the other neighbor in custody. Watch for more developments as they become available. ...

Winter weather will impact the Ozarks on Valentine's Day Slick roads are likely ...

SLIDESHOW: KY3's Futurecast Radar maps where to expect ice, snow and rain Sunday Be winter weather ready.  KY3's Futurecast Radar maps who's at risk for winter weather Sunday in the Ozarks. ...

Ever wanted to run a B&B in Eureka Springs? Here's your shot! Zoie Kaye has owned the Inn at Rose Hall for 14 years. The Inn has been operated as a bed and breakfast since it was built in 1992. Kaye's favorite part of owning this B&B? "The people. You never know who's walking in the front door. It is so much fun," says Kaye. The inn has a Victorian feel. The house is spacious, with an owner's apartment, 5 ...

Pictures: "Night to Shine" Prom in Branson features plenty of smiles, Tim Tebow The 'Night to Shine' prom at College of the Ozarks centered on God's love for people with special needs. The event was sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.  The Heisman Trophy winner was the honored guest.  At this prom, everybody is crowned a king or queen. ...

Investigators look for clues in Ava business fire Fire destroyed an Ava business. Nobody was inside the building when it caught fire Friday night. Crews spent hours fighting a large fire at the finishing shop for Lakey’s Cabinets. When crews arrived the fire had engulfed the shop, with flames 25 to 30 feet high. Shortly after that, a propane tank exploded and shot out of the roof of the burning building. Because the fire was so ...

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Unknown dead fill Lesbos cemetery for refugees drowned at sea
Tombstones are placed on graves of unidentified refugees and migrants who drowned at sea during an attempt to cross a part of the Aegean Sea from the Turkish coast, in LesbosBy Karolina Tagaris LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) - She drowned trying to reach Europe, but her headless body was never identified. Just 27 of those are named.     The others state plainly: "Unknown Man, Aged 35, No 221, 19/11/2015;" "Unknown Boy, Aged 7, No 40, 19/11/2015;" "Unknown Boy, Aged 12, No 171, 19/11/2015." More than half a million people fleeing Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and other countries plagued by war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa have arrived on Lesbos since last year hoping to continue to northern Europe.

Syrian opposition figure slams Russia for continued bombing
Former Prime Minister of Syria, Riad Hijab, gestures during his speech at the Security Conference in Munich, Germany, Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)MUNICH (AP) — A top Syrian opposition figure criticized Russia on Sunday for continuing with its bombing in Syria, insisting that people in the country need to see action rather than words.

Russia has gained upper hand in Syria, Merkel ally says
Russia had gained the upper hand in Syria and the surrounding region through armed force, a senior conservative ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday, and he voiced doubts that Moscow would respect a truce plan for the war-torn country. "I think Russia has gained the upper hand in the region and this is by historical measures a novelty. Speaking at a security conference in Munich, he said he was skeptical about how Russia would behave in the days and weeks ahead, despite agreeing to a "cessation of hostilities" which is due to begin in a week's time.

Damascus says Turkish shelling supports militants
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian government said Turkish shelling of northern Syria amounted to direct Turkish support for insurgent groups, Syrian state TV reported on Sunday, citing a letter to the United Nations. The letter was sent in response to Turkish shelling of areas of northern Syria captured in recent days by a Kurdish-backed alliance. The Syrian government condemned statements by Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as "blatant interference" in Syrian affairs. (Writing by Tom Perry, editing by Larry King)

Germany wants to introduce random emissions tests on cars
German Transport Minister Dobrindt arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting at the chancellery in BerlinGermany wants to carry out unannounced emissions tests on all carmakers, Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt said on Sunday, aiming to reinstate confidence in the industry that was shattered by the Volkswagen cheating scandal. It would also call on the government to present plans to encourage motorists to switch to electric cars. Volkswagen, Europe's largest carmaker, admitted in September it had cheated U.S. emissions tests by installing software capable of deceiving regulators in up to 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide.