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Prosecutors charge woman for firing shots on busy Springfield street

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Greene County prosecutors charged a woman accused of firing shots during an incident in west Springfield Monday. Christa Joellen Fitzjarrald, 27, faces charges including first-degree assault, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon. A judge set her bond at $500,000. Investigators say the incident...
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CRIME STOPPERS: Springfield police warn of fugitive with violent tendencies

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Springfield police are looking for a man they describe as having violent tendencies. Butch Nicholas Hall is 28-years-old. He’s charged with two counts of domestic assault in Greene County. In 2019, Hall pleaded guilty to third-degree assault in Barry County. Detectives describe Hall as approximately...
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SPD conducts first Operation Safe Ride event in 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield Police Department conducted Operation Safe Ride with the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Greene County Sheriff’s Office. Operation Safe Ride provides a highly visible law enforcement presence in the city that focuses on motor vehicle law violations and motorcycle safety. SPD has investigated numerous accidents each year involving motorcycles […]
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Missouri Supreme Court upholds Greene County man's conviction for harassing parole officer

The Missouri Supreme Court upheld Greene County's decision not to dismiss charges of tampering with a judicial officer and second-degree harassment against a Springfield man who argued that the charges were overall broad and violated his right against double jeopardy.  In 2019, Joshua Collins, 41, was on probation for domestic assault. Collins was required to wear an alcohol monitoring device and when his parole officer discovered he had been drinking, she contacted him.  ...
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Missouri governor signs new congressional map into law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Mike Parson officially signed Missouri’s new congressional map into law after months of heated and long debate among lawmakers.  Wednesday afternoon Parson signed House Bill 2909, which establishes new boundaries for eight districts. The map caused gridlock in the General Assembly, especially in the Senate, the governor even called the process “unfortunate.” […]
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Health Department Says COVID-19 Numbers Up Again

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department says COVID-19 cases have risen in Greene County, but the numbers are still lower than last winter’s number. The Health Department says the area average is 30 new cases a day, which is up from single digits the past few weeks. The Health Department...
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May 16 District Baseball & Soccer Scores

Follow along with all of the area’s district baseball and soccer scores below. You can also find links to the brackets. Walnut Grove 4, Humansville 2 – FINAL – PHOTOS. McAuley Catholic 6, Liberty 1 – FINAL – PHOTOS.
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Experts offer swimming safety guide ahead of pools opening

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Many people will be opening their pools soon or getting ready to hit the public pools. There are safety tips parents need to keep in mind ahead of bringing their kids to the pool. Mercy’s EMS medical director Dr. Tom Lewis says drowning is one of...
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Greene County ambulance service up against major budget issues

Greene County Emergency Medical Services, which provides ambulance services throughout the county, will soon be facing a major crisis if things don’t change. As first reported by the Greene County Democrat, the GEMS Board of Directors learned of the difficulties May 3 during the board’s regular meeting. During the meeting, GEMS Acting Director said the organization is likely to collapse unless the Greene County Commission, local governments, local employers and anyone who needs ambulance services steps up and increases their support.
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