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Alleged shooter arrested in fatal Pa. road rage incident

SPRINGFIELD — A 22-year-old Darby man has admitted to the road-rage killing of 54-year-old King Hua during rush hour traffic Wednesday morning, Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer announced at a press conference Friday morning. “This is a perfect example of everybody in the law enforcement community working together...
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Loutos gives up loot to pitch for the Cardinals

SPRINGFIELD, Mo–The Springfield Cardinals will continue their series with Wichita Frdiay night at Hammons Field. The Wind Surge have won the last two games. There’s always a lot of roster movement in minor league baseball. Friday, the Cardinals promoted pitchers Grant Black and Ryan Loutos to Triple AAA Memphis. Loutos is an undrafted free agent […]
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Sue Frederick Retires from Missouri State Coaching Staff

Longtime Missouri State assistant coach Sue Frederick is retiring from coaching. Frederick, along with head coach Holly Hesse and fellow assistant coach Beth Perine, made up the longest-tenured staff in the country. The group had coached the Bears together since the 1996 season. Part of more than 800 wins during...
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Closing aruguments given in Ozark County woman’s murder trial; judge to decide fate

The fate of an Ozark County woman accused of killing her daughter nearly five years ago is now in the hands of Judge Calvin Holden following Thursday’s closing arguments. Rebecca Ruud is on a bench trial at the Greene County Courthouse in Springfield on charges of first- and second-degree murder, abuse or neglect of a child resulting in death, abandonment of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence in a felony in connection with the 2017 death of 16-year-old Savannah Leckie.
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Springfield-Greene County health leaders say COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations rising into the holiday

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - The Springfield-Greene County Health Department advises you to get tested for COVID-19 and stay home if sick this Fourth of July weekend. The seven-day average of new cases rose 10% in the past week to 87 cases per day. Hospitalizations jumped to 56 patients with four in critical care. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies Greene County as a medium impact level for COVID-19. This change in CDC impact level includes updated prevention guidance for Greene County. The CDC now recommends:
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Cards hold off Wind Surge, win second straight

SPRINGFIELD, Mo–The Springfield Cardinals continued their series with Wichita Saturday night at Hammons Field. The Cardinals come into the game winners of eight of their last ten games. And were trying to stay above 500 in the second half. Springfield and Wichita are both tied at 2-2 in the second half of the Texas League […]
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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Lasers not returning to Springfield in 2022

The Springfield Lasers will not be returning to Cooper Tennis Complex in 2022. Jenny Edwards of the Springfield Greene County Park Board tells KY3 Sports the Lasers will not play any home matches this year. The team is not currently scheduled to play any matches at all. Edwards says World...
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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Police in Springfield report rising counterfeit cash use

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - The Springfield Police Department saw a rising trend in June of counterfeit cash. Of all the cases seen in June, all but one of them used a fake $100 bill. Lt. Jason Laub of the SPD Property Crimes Division says that the best way to make...
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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On Your Side: To avoid overdrafts, gas stations increase hold amounts

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Here’s an On Your Side warning as you fill up your tank during the long holiday weekend. If you pay at the pump, check your account before pulling into the gas station. Consider it a sign of the times. Gas stations and financial institutions know you’re paying more. The temporary hold on your debit or credit card is up-we are talking about 40% more.
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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SBJ unveils 2022 Men of the Year

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 12th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region. The 2022 Men of the Year honorees, in alphabetical order, are: Dr. Ryan Bader, Seven...
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