Kidnapper of Kum & Go clerk may have staked-out other stores before commiting crime
For police, it started with a call from a customer at the Kum and Go at the intersection of Highways 64 and 5 on Wednesday night. It came from a customer who grew concerned after walking in and finding no employee inside the store.
“When we get a call like that, we kind of think maybe the clerk is in the bathroom, or maybe something happened ...
Tossing textbook for technology: Republic schools will spend $2.4 million for new classes and laptops
A computer + the internet + curious middle Schoolers = Mrs. Shumakers math class.
" I think it's definitely more interesting than just sitting at a table and having a pen and paper," says student Kelcey Trusler. " You get to have computers and the environment is so much more, it makes you want to learn," says Trusler.
KY3's Jehan Sheikh visited one of several classes ...
A little more late March snow
The round of rain and snow is headed towards the Ozarks Saturday morning. There may be some minor accumulations. Find out where by watching the forecast. ...
DOR closures put extra burden on free tax services
Tax day is just weeks away, but many people aren't able to get the tax help they need after the Department of Revenue closed offices that have helped many people file state taxes.
Now other free tax services are seeing a major spike in demand for tax advice.
"We've seen probably a fifty percent increase in the number of people we see at our tax clinics," Drury ...
Spring cleaning for abandoned house
It's a spring cleaning for a north side neighborhood as a problem property is torn down.
Today is demolition day at 902 North Main street in Springfield.
The house was built in 1907, but now the city is paying to have it torn down.
You might think it's a shame to see a house that's nearly a hundred years old get reduced down to splinters and scrap, but ...
Realtor threatened at Greene County home
Realtors across Springfield are on heightened alert after one of their own is threatened with a loaded gun inside a home she was visiting to list for sale.
Realtors across town got an e-mail alerting them to the threat. Murney Associates real estate agent Laura Daly says, "Our broker here at Murney sent out the notification from another agency."
It happened inside a house southwest of Springfield ...