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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Porch pirate hits downtown Springfield mo. neighborhood
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - An amusing video caught a porch pirate as the suspect ran with his t-shirt pulled over his face for a quick getaway on Walnut Street in Springfield. KY3 spoke to the victim who says he got away with two customized Volvo car mats on May 9. The suspect is still on the run.
1 person dead from boating accident over Memorial Day Weekend as officials urge caution on the water this summer
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - One person is dead, and another woman is injured from boating accidents on Missouri waterways this Memorial Day weekend. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, 80-year-old Thomas Crain of Chadwick, MO, was killed Thursday on Table Rock Lake during a boating accident. A woman was injured Thursday on the Lake of the Ozarks when she was thrown from a boat.
Last week’s Springfield restaurant health code violations, May 22-26
Below are the results of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department’s food inspections from May 22-26.
Police try to crack down on dangerous motorcycle drivers as fatalities appear to rise
It's probably the public safety complaint police and other city leaders in Springfield hear more than any other — loud, fast and dangerous motorcycles zipping through city streets late at night. Last year there were six motorcycle fatalities in Springfield. There have been five already this year, and we...
Missouri Highway Patrol reports a 30% increase in motorcycle crashes
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) -Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, but it’s also when law enforcement starts to see an increase in motorcycle crashes. The Missouri Highway Patrol has already seen a 30% increase in motorcycle crashes this year compared to last year. As the weather warms up, more motorcycles are hitting the road, and troopers fear they will see even more deaths.
Second Whataburger location in Springfield opens
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The second Whataburger location in the Springfield metro has opened. The restaurant is located on the corner of Glenstone and Kearney. Other Whataburger Locations About Whataburger
Springfield’s Best: Federal Protection
Founded nearly 50 years ago by volunteer Missouri Statesman Mel Hancock, Federal Protection has established a legacy of strength and dedication while remaining steadfast in its core values. Today, our President & CEO, Kim Hancock, has grown TeamFederal from three employees to more than 275 security professionals who carry out our mission statement – “Under Promise and Over Perform” – each and every day.
Man from Springfield killed in a crash north of Branson, Mo.
NEAR BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) -The driver of a pickup truck was killed in a crash on U.S. 65 north of Branson Sunday night. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports Bobbie Sullivan, 66, ran off the highway around 10:30 p.m., Sullivan’s pickup went back onto the highway before it ran off the road again and overturned.
Miniature horse survives brutal dog attack, inspiring responsible pet ownership
STRAFFORD, Mo. (KY3) -Whiskey the miniature horse endured an attack by a group of dogs, leaving him severely injured. Known for his charming personality and role as a local unicorn for photographers and children’s meet-and-greets, he has captured the hearts of many in the community. “He’s perfect. He loves...
Defense Brings More Mental Health Experts To Stand In Gutting Trial
(KTTS News) — The trial continues this week for former Missouri State University instructor Edward Gutting. Gutting is charged with stabbing retired professor Marc Cooper to death at his home in Springfield. The doctor who evaluated Gutting at the Department of Mental Health testified in Greene County court Friday.
Woman injured in swimming accident on Stockton Lake
CEDAR COUNTY, Mo. – A woman swimming at Stockton Lake suffered moderate injuries after she jumped from a swim platform, slipped, and hit an anchored boat. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, an ambulance took 42-year-old Kellie Davidson to a Springfield hospital Sunday afternoon just before 4 p.m. The accident happened in Crabtree Cove […]
Controversy brewing over Greater Ozarks PrideFest
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — In two weeks Ozarks PrideFest will make a return to Park Central Square, but not without controversy from lawmakers. Representative Jamie Gragg, who serves the city of Ozark, said in a statement the planned drag performance is too sexualized for a family-friendly event. “Drag performances might be an expression of art, but […]
Sparta Police report
SPARTA — The Sparta Police Department has released a report. A 36-year-old Maplewood, Missouri man was arrested Saturday morning following a traffic stop in the 1000 block of S. St. Louis Street in Sparta. Police say Christopher Smith was taken into custody with the aid of the Sparta Police...
High School Baseball State Semifinal scores 5/29
OZARK, Mo. (KFVS) - Cooter and Chaffee played in State Semifinal Baseball games Monday in Ozark. **Cooter will play Community H.S. for 3rd place at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday**. **Chaffee will play the loser of Ash Grove and Maysville for 3rd place at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday**
Chaffee falls in state semifinals
Chaffee’s dreams of a baseball state championship came to an end on Monday after an 11-5 loss to Salisbury in the semifinal round of the MSHSAA Class 2 State Tournament in Ozark, Mo. The Red Devils took an early 2-0 lead in the first inning but quickly lost the...
Springfield chef represents Midwest cuisine on 'MasterChef: United Tastes of America'
The heat is on for Springfield home chef Sarah Fry, one of 40 chefs from across the country chosen to compete on season 13 of "MasterChef: United Tastes of America." In January, 90 chefs were flown to Los Angeles to audition for the show, following a strenuous, months-long application process, Fry said. From the initial selection, 40 were chosen to "live audition" for the season, which began airing this week. For this season of "MasterChef," 20 white...
Tent Theatre announces inaugural season in John Goodman Amphitheatre
Our weekly program, Missouri State Journal, is a collaboration between KSMU Radio and Missouri State University. It's hosted and produced by MSU's Office of Strategic Communication, and it airs each Tuesday morning at 9:45 a.m. on KSMU. With the theme “Over the Top,” Tent Theatre audiences can expect a season...
St. Elizabeth, Salisbury to play for state titles
OZARK — Mid-Missouri could celebrate a pair of high school state baseball champions Tuesday. St. Elizabeth and Salisbury advanced to their respective title games with semifinal victories Monday at Sky Bacon Stadium in Ozark. St. Elizabeth, the defending Class 1 state champion, rolled to a 9-0 win over Cooter....
On Your Side: Not all public pools in the Ozarks are routinely inspected
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Not all pools in the Ozarks are routinely inspected. That’s the finding of the latest On Your Side Investigation. How do you know if the water is safe for you and your family? It boils down to where you take your family for a swim.
Springfield police give tips ahead of the 100 deadly days of summer
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) -- The unofficial kickoff to summer brings real concerns for our youngest drivers. Monday is the first of the 100 deadliest days of summer. It’s the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day when teenagers are at the highest risk for deadly car crashes. “The first...
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