Here we snow again: Retailers, residents gear up for more wintry weather
When it comes to winter weather, you either hate it or you love it.
“I originated from Minnesota. So, I like snow and I am fine with it,” stated George Ward, a Springfield resident.
Some are trying to look on the bright side of all the snow and ice.
“I am allergic to wasps and hornets. So I don’t have to worry about them,” chuckled resident Steven Wallace. ...
Love never forgets: Turning to music after Alzheimer's diagnoses
It's a catchy tune and especially important to Char Harrell. Her husband, Don wrote it for her. Precious lyrics Char never wants to forget. " It's hard for me to remember," says Char.
She had been a registered nurse for 28 years. Then, she started noticing her memory slipping.
" I was having difficulty reading and remembering what I was reading," says Char. " I was really ...
Hazardous winter weather Wednesday
Ice and snow will make conditions dangerous on Wednesday. Get the latest ice and snow totals by watching the forecast. ...
Arrest near MSU ended 2-hour crime spree after 2 officers were assaulted
A man in a stolen SUV in northwest Springfield rammed it into an officer's patrol car and injured the officer, setting off a two-hour crime spree on Tuesday morning. Later, police say, the driver tried to run over a school police officer, then abandoned the SUV in south Springfield, forced his way into another car by pulling the driver out of it, and sped away ...
Former Senator Danforth calls out political 'bullying' at Tom Schweich's funeral
Former Missouri U.S. Senator John Danforth Tuesday eulogized his friend, Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich, as a “model of what a public servant should be.” Danforth then turned the homily into a harsh critique of modern politics, and a scolding of people in Missouri politics whom he called bullies.
Danforth, an ordained Episcopalian minister, spoke at the funeral in Clayton for the Republican office holder who ...
Snow may cancel class, but it won't cancel learning in Lead Hill
Educators across the Ozarks are watching the weather closely. Some school districts have already been out of school for nearly two weeks now.
In Lead Hill, Arkansas, students have missed six days this school year due to snow. As the town's name suggests, it is rather hilly getting to the Lead Hill school, but administrators say even if the roads are decent, sometimes it's the parking ...