Teen saves life of man hit by train
This is a story about a couple of kids from the wrong side of the tracks, foster kids.
"In the life of a foster kid, you don't know what's going to happen the next day," says Preston Ternasky, a senior at Newburg high school, "It's not a stable life."
Chris McDonald, also a senior at the school, says coming from a broken family situation makes it hard ...
Pierce City School District switching to LED lighting
The future looks bright for the Pierce City School District.
"We're constantly looking at how can we do things more efficiently both from a financial standpoint as well as a staff standpoint," says Superintendent Russ Moreland.
Soon, custodians like Rick Garoutte won't be spending as much time changing light bulbs in building after the district switches to LED lighting later this month.
"They have to be changed quite ...
Bair's Grocery will close after 49 years
A landmark of south Springfield will soon be gone. Bair's Grocery has been a must-stop neighborhood shop at the intersection of Campbell and Plainview for nearly 50 years.
The store was built by the Bair family in 1966. The first location opened in 1962 just down the road. Tom Hancock bought the current store in 1976 and has run it ever since. It's now the end ...
Sunshine will give way to showers
Nice weather at the beginning of the holiday weekend will give way to storms. Our forecast video shows when the wet weather will arrive. ...
Massive recall from Prestone over faulty bottle triggers
A poisoning risk has prompted a popular car care company to announce a big recall.
Prestone products is recalling 14.1 million units of Prestone Windshield De-Icer and Prestone Ice and Frost Shield. Both products were sold nationwide at a variety of stores, including Walmart, O'Reilly's, AutoZone, and Pep Boys.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says bottles fail to meet the child resistant closure requirement - meaning a ...
Thousands of apps let kids hide pictures, messages from parents
Thousands of apps for smart phones allow your child to hide all his or her messages and pictures, potentially creating a danger.
A web message from Pamela Casey, a district attorney in Alabama, instructing parents about what is known as a "hide app," instantly went viral this week. With three million clicks and counting, the DA wanted to teach parents about the apps that let children ...