Indicted former banker faces new charges
A federal grand jury indicted a businessman from Springfield for additional bankruptcy fraud, after being indicted last year for a series of bank fraud and wire fraud schemes that totaled more than $3.3 million in losses.
Richard Gregg, 59, is charged in a 25-count indictment handed up on Wednesday. This superseding indictment replaces the original indictment returned on Feb. 28, 2013, and adds eight additional counts ...
Consumer Reports: Hot car dangers
44 children died last year from heat stroke inside cars. Accidentally leaving a child
behind in a hot car has happened to parents from all walks of life—a CEO of a hospital, a vice principal, a preacher and so many others. Fatigue, anxiety or distractions can throw anyone’s life off course.
On an 80-degree day, Consumer Reports engineers found even with the windows
partially open, the temperature jumped ...
Fresh corn salad 7/24/14
8 ears of corn, husked
2 limes, cut into wedges
4 tablespoons + 4 tablespoons, mayonnaise
2 teaspoons each of salt and pepper
3/4 cup of feta or cojita cheese
2 tablespoons of minced chivesPreheat grill to 400 degrees
Brush corn cob with mayonnaise
Place on hot to grill and grill on each side for 1.5 minutes until there are visible grill marks on each side of the corn cob
Ozark Empire Fair prepares for 78th edition
The Ozark Empire Fair begins its 78th edition Thursday and crews are getting ready for big crowds at the fairgrounds.
Workers spent this day putting on the finishing touches to get ready for the crowds of people that will begin arriving at 4 p.m..
Most of the hard work at the fair was done earlier this week, but some last minute setup continued through the afternoon.
Doug Patillo ...
Longtime businessman Bill Foster dies at 86
Springfield businessman Bill Foster has died at age 86. Starting with a downtown Laundromat after World War II, he went on to build a small chain of nursing homes, then assisted living facilities. His family company, Foster Hospitality Group, also designs hotels.
He presented the OTC Foundation with three homes north of the OTC Springfield Campus, a gift valued at nearly $300,000. As a result of ...
Man admits burglaries at Bolivar airport hangars
A man from Halfway pleaded guilty on Wednesday for stealing items from hangars at the Bolivar airport. Curtis Brazzell, 29, received a five-year prison sentence for five counts of second-degree burglary and one count of possession of a controlled substance.
Polk County sheriff’s deputies say Brazzell and Francis Ann King of Bolivar broke into five hangars and stole a nail gun, air compressor, drill, other tools, ...