2 in jail may have attacked couple in downtown Springfield
City police say two of the people believed to be part of an attack in downtown are now in custody. One is in another Missouri county, and another is jailed in a different state, both on charges not related to the beating.
Police also confirm to KY3 News that they believe they know the identities of most of the people seen in surveillance video, and continue ...
Local instructor hopes to inspire others during National Yoga Month
September is National Yoga Month, designed to inspire a healthy lifestyle and teach people about the health benefits that come with practicing yoga.
Abbe Ehlers is a local instructor who has been practicing yoga for 19 years. For her, yoga is much more than a physical exercise and she hopes yoga can be a lifestyle everyone can fall in love with.
Unfortunately, many are turned off from ...
Branson mayor elected to leadership post of statewide group
The Mayor of Branson will serve in a leadership position for the Missouri Municipal League. Raeanne Presley was elected Vice President at MML’s annual conference in St. Charles, Mo. this week.
Elected in April 2007, Presley is serving her fourth term as Branson's mayor. She is co-owner of Presley's Country Jubilee Theater and Branson Visitor TV.
Presley has more than 40 years of experience in the travel ...
Isolated storm chances Saturday night
Saturday will be partly cloudy and warmer. A cold front sparks up isolated storms tonight and early Sunday morning. ...
Construction congestion frustrates drivers, business owners
Construction at the intersection of Campbell Avenue at Plainview Road on the south side of the city creates major traffic problems close to the intersection, and some nearby businesses say it's costing them customers.
"Plainview was a nightmare before and now it's even worse," said Battery Outfitters manager Jacob Dobbs.
Construction crews are working to expand Campbell to six lanes, and add turn lanes onto both Campbell ...
Missouri Supreme Court sets execution date for killer from Maries County
The Missouri Supreme Court set an execution date on Friday for a man who is convicted of killing a mother and her two children near Vichy in February 1998. A jury in Nevada convicted Mark Christeson in 1999 of three counts of first-degree murder and recommended a death penalty.
In its order on Friday, the Supreme Court noted Christeson has had 15 years of various appeals, ...