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Greene County 911 wants to know where people with special needs live In an emergency, it can be vitally important for first responders (police officers, firefighters or emergency medical services personnel) to know a resident of the household where help is needed is visually impaired, hearing impaired, mobility impaired or has other special needs. Springfield-Greene County 9-1-1 Emergency Communications offers a registry for those with functional needs in order to provide first responders with as much information as ...

BBB Brief: Setting A Budget KY3's Maria Neider shares 6 ways you can get a grip on your spending, reduce debt and save for the future. If you're trying to get out of debt or need a budget plan for the new year, the Better Business Bureau of Southwest Missouri offers this advice to get started. First, track your spending.  You can use an app, computer software or just a notebook ...

The Salvation Army's warming center opens again Tuesday night Extreme cold weather for a second night in a row means the Salvation Army will once again activate it's Emergency Overnight Warming Center. The Warming Center opens when the National Weather Service predicts the wind chill will reach 14° F or below. Tuesday evening will be the 10th night for the 2015 - 2016 season the center has had to be activated. As of Monday afternoon they ...

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 ...

Horseshoe Bend, AR man charged with sexually abusing girl several times A 51-year-old man is charged with inappropriate sexual contact with a 12-year-old girl. Melvin Butgereit is in the Izard County Jail. The girl told investigators that Butgereit set up cameras in her bathroom and touched her several times starting when she was 7 or 8-years-old. Butgereit is also accused of hitting the girl in the face and left bruises on her arms when he grabbed her. Investigators say ...

Video Forecast: Another blustery day The wind will continue today with temperatures in the 30s and a wind chill in the 20s. ...



Current Conditions:
Partly Cloudy/Windy, 29 F

Forecast:
Tue - Partly Cloudy/Wind. High: 33 Low: 19
Wed - Partly Cloudy. High: 46 Low: 26
Thu - Partly Cloudy. High: 46 Low: 25
Fri - Mostly Sunny. High: 53 Low: 21
Sat - Sunny. High: 40 Low: 21

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Headline News

Red Lobster enjoys sales surge after mention in Beyonce song
NEW YORK (AP) — Red Lobster says it's feeling the "Beyonce Bounce."

U.S. intelligence chief warns of 'homegrown' security threat
Director of U.S. National Intelligence James Clapper speaks at the Council on Foreign Relations in New YorkBy Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Attacks by "homegrown" terrorists are among the most imminent security threats facing the United States in 2016, along with dangers posed overseas by Islamic State and cyber security concerns, the top U.S. intelligence official said on Tuesday. In his annual assessment of threats to the United States, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warned that fast-moving cyber and technological advances "could lead to widespread vulnerabilities in civilian infrastructures and U.S. government systems." Terrorism remains a top concern in President Barack Obama's last year in office, Clapper said in prepared testimony before the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence Committees.

Global stocks fail to find solid footing after meltdown
The DAX closed 1.1 percent lower on February 9, 2016Stocks worldwide resumed their downward slide Tuesday a day after a massive sell-off as investors failed to shake off dogged fears over economic weakness, banking woes and a gloomy oil price outlook. The latest round of blood-letting came on the back of worries about the financial sector as the global economy slows down, without the support of the Federal Reserve's easy monetary policies.

WATCHING TUESDAY: NH existential test for Trump's candidacy
A supporter holds up a sign as Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a campaign rally Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)WASHINGTON (AP) — Which candidate is "the best," who's the most experienced, who's a revolutionary and who's a robot?

Obama budget envisions $2.9 billion in 10-year deficit reduction
President Barack Obama on Tuesday unveiled a budget that proposed $2.9 trillion in deficit reduction over 10 years, largely by curbing tax breaks for the wealthy and proposing new savings in the Medicare and Medicaid health care programs. The budget would boost spending to $4.1 trillion for 2017, up $196 billion from fiscal 2016, while raising revenues by $308 over the same period, according to documents released by the White House. The budget also proposes $375 billion in new 10-year savings to federal healthcare programs, including several changes to the Medicare program for seniors.