Ex-owner of historic building owes Springfield $165,000; bank foreclosed
The City of Springfield recently sued a company that borrowed $214,000 from the city 10 years ago to help pay for renovations of a historic building on Commercial Street. The city says The Lofts at 315, LLC, stopped making its monthly payments last April. The lawsuit seeks immediate repayment of the balance of the loan, which a city official said Tuesday is $164,913.67.
The city’s lawsuit, ...
Ozarks firefighters return after battling wildfires in the west
Hundreds of firefighters from the Ozarks are headed West, to help battle massive wildfires raging across much of the country.
Several from the National Forest Service are there now, and more will quickly follow.
It's hard to imagine standing face to face with a flaming giant-- but Troy Crowe captured several shots from the front line.
"This year it has been such a crazy year," Crowe said.
He leaves ...
A warm start to September
Temperatures will run a bit above average the rest of the week. Find out if this includes the holiday weekend by watching the forecast. ...
Greene County Sheriff's Office warns neighborhoods about car break-ins
A crime alert in Greene County is aimed at battling auto break-ins. The Greene County Sheriff's Office is warning folks on the edges of Springfield to be on the lookout.
Greene County neighborhoods are seeing signs of an increase in crime. The sheriff's office has posted warnings near west Seminole and south Moore Road and in the area of Highway FF and Farm Road 156 in ...
Police offer reward to try to catch 2 burglars in Taney County
Detectives are looking for a man and a woman who may have committed multiple burglaries at storage units since early July. These burglaries have occurred in unincorporated parts of Taney County as well as in Branson.
Branson and Taney County detectives ask for help identifying the man and woman seen in these surveillance camera photos. They use a dark Ford Focus station wagon. (Click on each ...
Consumer Reports: Tick danger in autumn
You may think your risk of getting Lyme disease ends when the weather starts to cool, but by fall, adult ticks have had more time to become infected with disease-causing bacteria. In some areas, up to 50 percent of ticks can be infected with diseases such as Lyme, compared with only 20 percent in the summer. Consumer Reports tells you how to protect yourself.
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