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LATEST: Two Charged In Springfield Homicide

(KTTS News) — Two men have been charged in connection with the shooting death of a man on the parking lot of a Springfield business. Springfield Police say Colin D. Loderhose, 25, from Springfield worked at Anchor Tactical, a gun shop. Police were called to the business just after...
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Two victims are expected to recover from multi-car crash after Springfield chase, suspect remains at large

UPDATE 9:06 P.M.: The Sheriff’s Office confirmed the two people hurt in the crash were treated for non-life threatening injuries. 6:05 P.M.: Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott said two people are in the hospital related to the crash at the intersection of Division and Washington. Further details on their conditions are not yet known. The […]

Conway Woman Arrested for Drugs Following Traffic Stop Tuesday

A Conway woman was arrested on Tuesday for narcotics charges in Wright County. On July 5, 2022 at approximately 1:06 a.m. Corporal Campbell with the Wright County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on Highway 5. During the stop, consent to search the vehicle was denied by the driver, Alxiean Dill, age 18 of Conway. K9 Ace was deployed and alerted to the odor of narcotics coming from the vehicle. During the vehicle search, there was marijuana, methamphetamine, and paraphernalia located. During the investigation, It was discovered that Dill had suspected methamphetamine on her person.

Family & friends remember Colin Loderhose

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– The family of Colin Loderhose is still working through the events of Wednesday morning.  “Tears are still coming,” said Colin’s brother, Cavin Loderhose. “Everybody’s crying off and on, me included. But we’re reminiscing about Col’, remembering who he was and trying to let that overshadow what’s really going on.” Loderhose, 25, was fatally shot […]

COVID-19 hospitalizations climb in Greene County

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - COVID-19 hospitalizations in Greene County are at the highest levels since March. This is the Springfield Greene County Dashboard’s look at hospitalizations over time. You can clearly see the waves of COVID-19 cases dating back to July of 2020. The current number of those admitted...

Press Release: Americans for Prosperity—Missouri endorses candidates for the Missouri Senate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Americans for Prosperity-Missouri (AFP-MO) today announced the group’s endorsement of three candidates seeking election to the Missouri State Senate: Rep. J. Eggleston of Maysville (SD-12), Rep. Curtis Trent of Springfield (SD-20), and Rep. Mary Elizabeth Coleman of Arnold (SD-22). These candidates received AFP-MO’s endorsement...

Deputies look for driver of stolen truck involved in Springfield crash

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Greene County deputies are searching for the driver of a stolen truck who caused a crash in north-central Springfield, Mo. Wednesday afternoon. According to a Facebook post by the sheriff’s office, a Greene County deputy located the stolen truck near National Avenue and Division Street. When the Deputy tried to pull the truck over, the driver sped away, and the deputy lost sight of it.

The Springfield boy who met Elvis

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – With the new Elvis movie out, decided to talk to the History Museum on the Square about Johnny Wilkinson, the boy who met Elvis. In the Spring of 1956, a young rock and roll singer from Memphis named Elvis Presley began a tour across the country. The tour brought Presley to […]
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Former Glendale standout Johal turning college basketball setbacks into opportunities

I just needed a change,” said former Glendale basketball star Monty Johal. “Something that could maybe regenerate what I had going for me when I was going into college.”. And what he had going into college was historic. The last time we saw Monty Johal play in the Ozarks, he was setting Springfield Public Schools and city scoring records in 2018. It earned him a Division I basketball scholarship to Tennessee State. “I had a great time at Tennessee State, but I couldn’t stay healthy,” said Johal.

Springfield Police Department officer shortages impacting case clearance rates

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Officer shortages are continuing to impact the Springfield Police Department and its ability to quickly solve some crimes. Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams mentioned at the June 27 city council meeting that clearance rates for cases are low, which means they have not been able to make arrests, pursue charges or dismiss as many cases.

Nixa Utilities Updates a Few Charges and Procedures

On June 27, 2022, Nixa City Council voted to update Nixa Utilities water charges and billing procedures. The changes impact residential deposit amounts, utility bill due dates, late fees, disconnect fees, and payment plans. Please review the information below, and contact the Nixa Utility Billing office at 417-725-3229 with any...

Reconstruction of Divison Street expected to begin July 11

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Drivers can expect various lane shifts along Divison Street between National and Glenstone avenues beginning the week of July 11 as road work begins related to the Division Street Reconstruction Project. The project which was approved by voters in the 2019 City’s 1/4-cent Capital Sales Tax...