KY3 News Ozark Life Archives: Beatles in the Ozarks -- a DJ's story
It was 1964, and the Beatles had invaded the United States. Everywhere they went, it was a frenzy of screaming teenagers as they did their concert tour. In the midst of their sensational concert tour, the Beatles disappeared from view for a few days. Then a disc jockey in Springfield at KICK-AM heard a rumor that he found hard to believe: the Beatles were hiding ...
Springfield Police search for missing woman
The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing person and asks for assistance from the public.
The missing person is Lisa Joan Wing, 33. She is white, about 155 pounds, 5-foot-7, with brown hair and hazel eyes. No one has reported seeing Wing since Feb. 20 in Springfield.
Wing's family believes she is possibly in danger. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts should call ...
Still 30 degrees below average
Arctic air is keeping the Ozarks in the deep freeze. A winter mix is forecast for the weekend. Find out when the sun is going to return by watching the forecast. ...
State Auditor Tom Schweich dies after apparently shooting self on purpose
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich died at a hospital in St. Louis on Thursday after shooting himself with a handgun at his home in Clayton, a suburb of St. Louis. The Clayton police chief said his department's investigation is far from over but all indications are that Schweich meant to commit suicide.
Paramedics took Schweich to a hospital in St. Louis after a 9-1-1 call from his ...
Newborn baby tests positive for meth, mother has five kids taken from her
In a small house on Eastside Street, investigators made a heartbreaking find.
"The best way I can describe it is it was just unsafe and unsanitary for the kids. Very unsafe and very unsanitary is about all we can release right now," explained Chris Twitchel, Crocker Police Chief.
Four little kids, who are ages 1, 2, 6, and 8 years old, were found living in disgusting conditions. ...
Man is charged for shooting at Springfield intersection
Springfield police officers arrested Kelly Brooks Jr., 32, for a shooting at the intersection of Fremont Avenue at Sunset Street last Saturday. Police say Marion Allen, 39, was shot multiple times before the gunman drove away. Allen's injuries are non-life threatening.
A detective interviewed Brooks about the shooting on Wednesday. He was arrested shortly after that interview and prosecutors charged him with one count of first-degree ...