Kum & Go apologizes for gas mix-up
Kum & Go says if you filled up at their store at the corner of Chestnut Expressway and National in Springfield between 1:30pm Thursday (July 17) and 3:00pm Friday (July 18) you might have gotten a bad blend of gas that can cause your car to break down.
A spokesperson for Kum & Go told KY3 that an "equipment failure" resulted in a blend of diesel ...
Crews widen section of south Campbell Avenue to six lanes
In the coming months, drivers will be seeing a lot more cones on Campbell Avenue just south Weaver Road-- as crews undertake a major project to ease the time drivers are stuck in traffic.
Workers will add one lane in each direction on Campbell Avenue from just north of Plainview Road to just south of Plainview. They will also put in right-turn lanes from Campbell onto ...
UPDATE: Boaters locate missing West Plains teen in Baxter County, Arkansas
West Plains police say a teenager who was considered an endangered person has been found.
Officers say some boaters spotted 17-year-old Dylan Saltkill swimming in the Norfork Lake at about 6:30 Monday evening. The boaters approached Saltkill, and called the Baxter County, Arkansas Sheriff's office.
The West Plains Police Department issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a 17-year-old man with mental challenges. Dylan Saltkill ran away ...
Urban beekeeping ordinance passes in Springfield
Springfield's City Council has passed an ordinance that would allow beekeeping in the city limits.
People can only raise honey bees under the ordinance. Those who want to have bees will have to take a training course, and prove to the city they have experience with bee colonies.
The new city ordinance also spells out when the bees would be considered a nuisance.
Parents have a new weapon to detect heart problems before it's too late
Young athletes usually have a quick physical, and then it's on to the playing field. But a hidden heart defect can lead to sudden tragedy. Now, parents have a new offense that could catch heart problems before it's too late.
Kids right here in the Ozarks have died from sudden cardiac arrest. But two women, including one who knows the heartache of losing a child, are ...
Group asks state to block alcohol measure for Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A group opposed to a proposal expanding alcohol sales in Arkansas is asking the secretary of state to not certify the measure for the November ballot, claiming it missed a deadline to submit petitions.
An attorney for a group called Let Local Communities Decide For Themselves asked Secretary of State Mark Martin's office to not accept any more petitions for the ...