Clouds stick around Friday
Cloud cover continues Friday and this weekend. Temperatures will gradually warm into the upper 40s by Sunday. ...
Forest Service will hold public hearing on planned burn in Barry County
People in the Ozarks will have a chance to talk to the feds about a planned forest fire.
Rep. Billy Long, (R) Misosuri-7th District, said Friday he has secured a commitment from the U.S. Forest Service to hold an open house early next year for constituents to address their concerns and comment on the Forest Service’s controlled burn of 17,000 acres in Mark Twain National Forest ...
Missouri part of settlement with T-Mobile
T-Mobile phone customers in Missouri may get a little money back in the New Year.
Attorney General Chris Koster announced Friday that Missouri, along with 49 other states and the District of Columbia, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Federal Communications Commission, has reached a settlement with T-Mobile USA, Inc., to resolve allegations that the company placed charges for third-party services on consumers’ mobile telephone bills ...
Proposal aims to cut red tape for family farms
Family farms may harvest some benefits from the upcoming session of the Missouri General Assembly,
Secretary of State Jason Kander announced Friday that he will push for legislation to make family farm corporations exempt from paperwork and fees he considers unnecessary.
"Missouri is home to hundreds of family farms that feed and fuel the world," Kander said. “Farms don’t move from year to year, so it doesn’t ...
Companies show interest in Regal Beloit property
The Regal Beloit Springfield factory will soon be closing and R.B. Murray Company, the real estate agent for the property, has the 43 acre property listed as available during the first quarter of 2016. The listing states the facility is over 325,000 square feet and is listed for sale at $11 million.
David Murray of R.B. Murray Company says they have had some inquiries about using ...
Man is charged with setting Springfield apartment complex fire
Springfield Fire Department Marshal Phil Noah says the fire at Windsor Court Apartments on Dec. 10 was intentionally set. On Friday, James P. Helfer III, 34, was charged with first-degree arson.
The complex is near Campbell Avenue at Grand Street. It damaged personal belongings of more than a dozen renters.
Helfer, who lives in or near the apartment complex that burned, is in the Greene County ...