Attorney for man accused of shooting Officer Aaron Pearson tries to exclude evidence
The man accused of shooting Springfield police officer Aaron Pearson appeared in court Monday afternoon. Joshua Hagood's attorney tried to convince a judge that some evidence was taken illegally from him.
Family members on both sides of this case were in the courtroom for the pretrial hearing.
The grandparents of Hagood were there. When Hagood entered the courtroom, his grandma said, "Oh, there he is." Pearson's wife, ...
Neighbors worry about child who lives in Greene Co. home where murder occured
A woman is dead and a man is in jail, suspected of killing her. Greene County sheriff's deputies found the woman dead from apparent gunshot wounds during a "check-well being" call about 1 p.m. Monday.
The crime will have long-lasting effects in the community. Nellie Thurman and her husband, Don, have grown quite fond of the 6-year-old girl growing up across the street from them.
"She talks ...
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Contact KY3 Investigates: Why ER wait times are so long
Heart attacks and life-threatening injuries are treated first in emergency rooms. In less urgent cases, patients can wait for hours.
When Alison Zoland went to an ER two years ago, however, her case didn't feel "less urgent."
"It was from here to here," Zoland said recently, describing the extent of her injuries.
Zoland still has marks from that day.
"It was nasty; it was to the bone. You could ...
Cheap gasoline is fueling sales spike for pickup trucks, SUVs
On the sales floor at dealerships like Reliable Toyota, you'll be shown the hottest features of the latest makes and models. However, one spec that sales associates are talking less about is fuel mileage.
"Gas prices being what they are, that is not a conversation we have with a lot of our customers anymore, stated Warren Sandwell, New Car Sales Associate. "It seems these days what ...
Missouri taxi companies say proposals too easy on Uber, Lyft
Uber and Lyft say they welcome the regulations on app-based car services that have been introduced in the Missouri General Assembly.
But taxi companies and some local regulators told a House panel Tuesday the proposed legislation allows ride-sharing companies to duck some of the most expensive rules on the industry, creating a system that puts traditional companies at a disadvantage.
Proposed regulations would require ride-hailing companies to ...