Judge postpones Craig Wood's preliminary hearing
A judge granted a defense attorney's request to postpone the preliminary hearing for a man accused of kidnapping, raping and killing a 10-year-old girl two months ago. That hearing for Craig Wood was scheduled for Thursday morning.
The Greene County prosecuting attorney filed a motion on Tuesday to amend the charges against Wood on Tuesday to add rape and sodomy to previously filed charges of first-degree ...
Harter House raises $109,000 for The Kitchen's housing programs
Harter House stores in Springfield, Hollister, Nixa, Kimberling City and Strafford raised $109,000 to benefit The Kitchen, Inc. during the 17th annual Jerry Bettlach / Jim Trimble Memorial event. The Kitchen, Inc. provides housing and support services for people in need in Springfield and the surrounding communities.
To date, Harter House has raised more than $600,000 for The Kitchen, Inc.
“Jerry (Bettlach) and Jim (Trimble) loved The ...
Slideshow: Hour-by-hour preview of Thursday's severe weather on KY3's Futurecast Radar
The KY3 Storm Team is following the threat for severe weather on Thursday in the Ozarks. KY3 Futurecast radar images give us an idea of what to expect through the night. ...
Accused killer Miller gets attorney, new court date
A Marionville man accused of killing three people near a suburban Kansas City Jewish center now has an attorney and a new court date. Frazier Glenn Miller had a brief appearance Thursday in Johnson County, Kan. District Court. Death penalty defense specialist Ron Evans of Topeka will represent Miller. Evans asked for a continuance and a pre-trial conference. The judge set a court date of ...
3M plans $18.7 million expansion in SW Missouri
NEVADA, Mo. (AP) — The 3M Co. is planning an $18.7 million expansion at its plant in Nevada.
Plant manager Todd Cantrell said Wednesday the expansion will make the site the largest 3M plant in Missouri and one of the largest in the country. The project will create 22 new jobs.
The Joplin Globe reports the state has offered economic incentives to the company if it meets ...
Missouri looks to revive journalism drones
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri journalism school has modified its classroom use of aerial drones as a legal challenge to the FAA ban on commercial use of the flying robots unfolds.
The School of Journalism grounded its outdoor use of new- gathering drones after receiving a cease and desist letter from the Federal Aviation Administration last summer.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that a ...