Heavy possibly flooding rains
Thunderstorms will take aim on the Ozarks daily through the holiday weekend. Find out how much rain may fall by watching the forecast. ...
Christian County debates GPS in patrol cars
The Christian County Sheriff is asking for GPS to track dozens of deputies.
"the sheriff could see every car, where its at and what its doing at any given moment," Presiding Christian County Commissioner Ray Weter said.
It's technology that the Christian County Ambulance district already has, and it's on its way to the Ozark Police Department.
Now the County Sheriff wants the high-tech tools, too.
"We're talking about ...
No real rush on same-sex marriage licenses in Ozarks counties
In recent days, images from across the nation have depicted lines of happy same-sex couples obtaining marriage licenses at their local county courthouses. However, such scenes have not been seen in most areas of Missouri or Arkansas.
On Tuesday, it was a quiet afternoon at the Recorder's Office at the Webster County Courthouse - the place where you can get 'that' piece of paper.
"We haven’t had ...
Avoid 4th of July injuries by avoiding misuse of fireworks
When it comes to fireworks bigger isn't always better. Some of the smallest children’s fireworks can be the most dangerous when not used properly.
Chad Greene has been operating a fireworks stand for 18 years. He says it's the most innocent looking fireworks that can be the most dangerous.
"A lot of kids come in here wanting to make sparkler bombs and stuff like that and I'd ...
Missouri Supreme Court upholds right to farm, right to bear arms amendments
Missouri's Supreme Court has upheld two constitutional amendments guaranteeing the right to farm and the right to bear arms.
The judges on Tuesday issued an opinion saying that summaries of the proposals on ballots last year were fair.
Critics complained that the measures misled voters and would have unintended consequences. For example, some said they could be interpreted to allow convicted felons to own weapons or grant ...
Woman dies after crash in North Springfield
A crash on one of Springfield's busiest streets killed a woman Tuesday afternoon.
Police say Shirley M. Hughes, 80, of Springfield was turning east onto Kearney Street from Melville Avenue when her car was hit by a truck pulling a trailer. Hughes was taken to the hospital and was pronounced dead soon afterward.
The driver of the truck was not injured. Another vehicle was damaged by flying ...