One man taken to hospital in helicopter after a crash in Bois D'Arc
Fire and medical crews worked to rescue a man from a truck that went off the road and overturned into a grove of trees Tuesday morning.
Former Greene County Presiding Commissioner Dave Coonrod found the crash just before 4:00 a.m., at west Farm Road 128, and north Farm Road 55. That's in Bois D'Arc.
Bois D'Arc's Fire Chief says the man driving the truck missed a turn, ...
A different weather pattern takes hold
Sun will return today, with a drier pattern beginning. ...
Greene County families sign-up to recieve Christmas meal, toys through Crosslines
For families dealing with financial hardships, the holiday season can be a stressful time.
"This year has been a little tough on us. I'm raising my granddaughters and my husband is the only one working and my son lost his job so he needed to move back in so we needed a little extra help this year," said Melanie Miller.
Miller, along with dozens of others are ...
Armed robber holds up convenience store
Police are looking for a man who held up a gas station in central Springfield. Police say a man walked into the Kum & Go in the 2100 block of South Campbell just before 10:30 Monday night. The station is located south of Bass Pro Shops.
The man showed a hand gun and demanded money from the clerk and then ran off. Police and a K-9 ...
Family of man shot by police officer seeks independent investigator
The family of a man shot to death by a Springfield police officer last Wednesday night wants an independent investigator to investigate the shooting. The family of 23-year-old Magnum Phillips says it doesn't want the Springfield Police Department investigating his shooting death.
The family hopes a third party, like the Missouri State Highway Patrol, can take over the investigation.
Police were called to the Hillcrest mobile home ...
New fuel for heated Springfield council controversy
A heated controversy on Springfield City Council gets hotter. Councilwoman Kristi Fulnecky says she is the victim of dirty politics.
"I don't think it is right to use taxpayer dollars to go after a fellow council member just because of the way she thinks," she said Monday.
Earlier this fall, the five council members and Mayor Stephens claimed Fulnecky had been behind on paying her business ...