Firefighters battle building fire, explosion in Ava Friday night
Firefighters battled a fire, then explosion at a cabinet business near downtown Ava Friday night.
Police say it happened in a building owned by Lakey's Custom Cabinets. Officers say no one was injured.
There's no word on what caused that explosion. Firefighters found the building fully-involved when they arrived. Firefighters say an explosion happened while fighting the fire, either from stored chemicals or a propane tank. ...
Home Hit-and-Run: Woman hopes police catch driver who crashed into house
Talk about a very rude awakening.
" It was one o'clock; I heard a big boom at the other end of the house," stated Nancy Owensby. "It sounded like a lot of lightning, or maybe the patio set blew over on the back."
But there were no storms that night.
"The next morning the neighbor came over and said did you know a car hit your house?"
No, she ...
Ice possible early on Valentine's Day
Frigid conditions Saturday will lead to winter weather on Sunday. Find out how bad it will get by watching the forecast. ...
Some homeless choose to brave cold when temperatures drop
"Homeless, God Bless." 3 small words handwritten on a piece of cardboard. To a homeless woman named Freedom, the sign with those 3 word are what she calls her " credit card."
Freedom says " people will stop and be like, i ain't got no money can i get you anything, anything you need and I'll tell them i need some sleeping bags or a tent."
Survey finds all-out traditional Valentine's celebration costs $400
Roses are red. Violets are blue. How much will it cost? Perhaps a dinner for two?
Poets tell you love is priceless. Economists tell you love comes at a price ... to the tune of $400 this year. Romantics go all out with roses, chocolate covered strawberries, a nice dinner, jewelry and champagne.
"We are prepping for 1,800 dozen strawberries this week," said Bonnie Nolen with the ...
Ferris wheel from Chicago's Navy Pier arrives in Branson
Branson has a new arrival: an amusement ride that some of you may have already experienced. It will soon have a whole new view.
For 20 years, people made memories on the 150-foot-tall Ferris wheel at Chicago's Navy Pier. It came down in September to make way for a bigger one, and the original made its way, over the last four days, to Branson.
"The manufacturer took ...