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Video: Tyrrell murder investigation ongoing It's now been 3-months since a husband and wife were found murdered in their southeast Springfield home.  KY3's Jehan Sheikh explains how neighbors of the victims are dealing with the still unsolved case. ...

Motorcycle and scooter thefts on the rise in Springfield area Amber McClure’s says her motorcycle is much more than a couple of wheels to get around. “You put so much time and effort into it, and you bond with that bike. And riding it is something spectacular,” McClure, a Springfield resident, stated. So, imagine her shock a few mornings ago when she went outside. “I decided to go check, be sure my bike was there and it was ...

Auburn QB Marshall benched for opener against Arkansas following marijuana citation Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall will be on the bench at the start of Auburn's season opener on Aug. 30 against Arkansas. Tigers coach Gus Malzahn said Friday that Marshall, who was cited for marijuana possession last month, will not start the Southeastern Conference game, but he did not indicate how long Marshall would remain on the sideline during the game. "I'm not ready to say that yet," ...

Contact KY3: Folks load up on back-to-school essentials during sales tax holiday It's not Black Friday, but it's the second most popular time of the year to shop...sales tax holiday. New local businesses, such as June and Beyond in Lebanon, are trying to cash in and reel in new customers for the back-to-school rush. One shopper we caught up with, Maggie Vaughn, starts her last year of high school in just a few weeks: "The pocket tease is in ...

Rolla man back in jail for 1992 murder A man from Rolla has been arrested a second time in connection with another man's death that occurred 22 years ago. According to the Phelps County Sheriff, William Harrison was initially arrested for the death of Jerry Wayne King in 1992. King's body was found dead near the entrance to the Gourd Creek Cave, near the end of what is now County Road 7270. Harrison was eventually ...

Ozarks students headed to Africa, Africans to Ozarks despite Ebola outbreak As the Ebola epidemic kills hundreds in Western Africa, the Centers for Disease Control has issued a travel advisory on unessential travel to the west African countries.  But the deadly virus isn't stopping people from traveling to other parts of the continent, or travel from Africa to the Ozarks. The Assemblies of God prepares to celebrate it's centennial in Springfield, the church's headquarters for nearly the ...

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Hate crime case resurrects racial wounds in NYC
FILE - This photo released by the New York City Police Department in this May 16, 2008 file photo shows Yitzhak Shuchat. The extradition of a white Orthodox Jewish man to New York City to face hate crime charges over a black man’s attack has renewed questions about the case. Supporters of Shuchat say there’s no evidence of racial hatred in the 2008 street encounter he had with Andrew Charles. (AP Photo/NYPD, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Yitzhak Shuchat, a white member of a civilian patrol group, and Andrew Charles, the black son of a police officer, came face to face in 2008 in a neighborhood with a history of racial strife — that much is certain.

Congress backs Israel's Iron Dome missile defense
A man stands in front of a van damaged from a rocket fired from Gaza which landed in the middle of a residential neighborhood in the southern city of Kiryat Gat, Israel, Thursday, July 31, 2014. An Israeli was seriously wounded when a Palestinian rocket exploded in a residential area of the city. Another rocket was intercepted over Tel Aviv by Israel's rocket defense system. Israeli attacks on Gaza continued today, killing many people as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to destroy the Hamas tunnel network. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress approved a $225 million package to replenish Israel's missile defenses with its last order of business before a five-week recess, as the Jewish state's cease-fire with Hamas unraveled and Israeli forces pushed deep into Gaza in search of a missing army officer.

Factory blast in east China kills at least 65: state TV
An explosion killed at least 65 people and injured more than 120 at factory in China that makes wheels for U.S. carmakers, including General Motors, state media said, as the country suffered its worst industrial accident in a year. Chinese state television identified the factory as Zhongrong Plating. Its website said it employs 450 workers and counts General Motors and other U.S. companies as clients. China, the world's second-largest economy, has a poor record on workplace safety.

Israel bombards Gaza as it searches for soldier
A Palestinian supporter of Hamas holds the Quran as others shout slogans against the Israeli military action in Gaza, during a demonstration in the West Bank town of Tulkarem town on Friday, Aug. 1, 2014. A Palestinian man was shot and killed during clashes with Israeli troops, following the demonstration in Tulkarem, Palestinian security sources said. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel is striking dozens of sites in Gaza as it continues a massive search for an officer it fears was captured by Hamas militants.

Push for charges in NYC police chokehold death
FILE- In this undated family file photo provided by the National Action Network, Saturday, July 19, 2014, Eric Garner is shown. Garner’s death was ruled a homicide by the New York City medical examiner after it was determined that a choke hold police used while trying to arrest him in July 2014, caused his death. (AP Photo/Family photo via National Action Network, File)NEW YORK (AP) — New Yorkers enraged by a man's death in police custody see a medical examiner's ruling that blames a prohibited chokehold as a clear indication the officers involved should face criminal charges.