Cooler weather on the horizon
Knocking on the door of the last holiday weekend the weather looks pretty nice. However there is rain and cooler weather on the horizon. Find out when this will arrive by watching the forecast. ...
Springfield doctor hopes to punch ticket to 2016 Olympics
Next summer, KY3 is the place to be for the 2016 Olympic Games from Rio de Janiero. The Ozarks has a new athlete to root on as Dr. Mary Nguyen hopes to make the games. This 30-year-old's sport of choice, not what you'd think a doctor would compete in. KY3's Chad Plein reports. ...
Royals believe chickenpox cases limited to 2 players
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The AL Central-leading Royals are confident no other players will come down with chickenpox after reliever Kelvin Herrera and left-fielder Alex Rios were diagnosed last weekend.
Royals manager Ned Yost said Thursday that Herrera and Rios were both recovering quickly, and they could come to the ballpark early Friday for a workout. They would be sure to leave before the rest ...
Man convicted in deadly shooting in Springfield neighborhood
A man charged with shooting and killing his girlfriend in a home on East Sunset has been convicted of first-degree involuntary manslaughter.
Jonathan Greer, 32, was originally charged with second-degree murder in the death of Angie Holbrook, 34. On July 25, 2013, Holbrook was shot in the face inside a house on East Sunset, near the intersection with Fremont.
During the four-day trial, Greer's attorney's said Greer was ...
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 ...