Video: Mild and dry forecast
A few sprinkles may fall in Arkansas today, but a dry streak is ahead for the region. ...
New fire engine helps cut response times in Bolivar
Firefighters in Bolivar respond to roughly 1300 calls per year. And now they can get to everything from fires to medical related emergencies even quicker thanks to a brand new fire engine.
"It's significantly larger than the other engines that we have had in the past," said James Ludden, Fire Chief for the Bolivar City Fire Department.
"We have such a wide array of calls that we ...
Camdenton city leaders work to develop new master plan for the area
'Strong History... Exciting future' - That's the idea behind a new comprehensive plan being developed for the city of Camdenton.
"Destination Camdenton is the vision and the future of the city and the region. The last time this was done was 1986 so it's well over due," said Jeff Hancock, City Administrator.
Just like the name, the goal is to make Camdenton a more attractive destination for ...
Menards takes fight for proposed west Springfield store to City Council
Menards is ramping-up its battle with some residents over a proposed store on the city's west side.
The Wisconsin-based chain has plans to build a big-box home improvement store on land near the intersection of Zimmer Road at West Sunshine Street at the west city limits. The company says the store would create 200 new jobs and generate $30 million in annual sales.
Several neighbors, however, claim ...
Ozarks couple finds unexpected way to beat addiction, reunite family
It is not easy to keep up with three children under age 3, including a set of busy twins, but playing together as a family are treasured moments for Jose' and Brooke Sepeda. The two filed for divorce a year ago when Brooke was pregnant with the couple's youngest child Norah.
"I prayed every day. It didn't matter how much we fought. It didn't matter what ...
Business owners see red over Color Run street closures
While Saturday morning's Color Run brought thousands of runners to downtown Springfield, some business owners say their stores were emptier than usual.
"We saw a decrease in traffic while it was happening," Kingdom Coffee owner Isaac Neale said.
That's because the Color Run shut down several streets around downtown.
"The bottom line in business is money, so that's probably what I'm thinking about when I see no ability ...