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Four more defendants sentenced in $1 million meth conspiracy

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Kansas City, Mo. -- Four more defendants have been sentenced in federal court this week for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine in southern Missouri and in the Kansas City area.

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Woman who died on Alaska Airlines flight was from small Missouri town

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Officials have released the name of the woman who died Tuesday on a flight from Seattle to Kansas City. KCPD said the 59-year-old had already died when emergency personnel responded to the plane.

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Gov. Greitens speaks at police breakfast amid controversy

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Embattled governor Eric Greitens made a public appearance Wednesday morning, speaking in St. Charles at a police prayer breakfast. The event organizers say this breakfast was non-political and they felt it was appropriate for the governor to speak because of his support for law enforcement.

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LOOK OUT BELOW! Dog falls from sky and lands on woman Video included

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The phrase “it’s raining cats and dogs” was a little too literal for one woman in China.  Surveillance footage captured the moment a dog appeared out of the sky, striking a woman on the head. 

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Mom shares tragic story of drinking and driving, to save others Video included

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(Springfield,Mo.--04/25/18)  With prom season underway, teens are more likely to be on the road, which means now is the time to talk to them about the dangers of underage drinking.

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Dead mouse found in salad at Missouri State University

A picture making the rounds today showing an unappetizing addition to one MSU students on-campus meal. If you have a squeamish stomach we recommend you look away. The picture being shared on social media shows a dead mouse mixed in with a salad. 

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Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting

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FoxNews.com - A Dallas police officer died Wednesday, a day after he was shot responding to an incident at a Home Depot, the city's mayor said. Officer Rogelio Santander died at a hospital around 8 a.m., Mayor Mike Rawlings announced at a city council meeting. Santander had worked for the city’s northeast division for three years, police said. Officer Crystal Almeida was still in critical condition, Dallas police Chief Rene Hall said.

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Two Dallas officers critically injured after Home Depot shooting

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There is a massive manhunt for the gunman who critically injured two Dallas police officers and also shot a civilian at a Home Depot in Northeast Dallas Tuesday afternoon.

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Local advocate says mentally ill is not the biggest concern in mass shootings Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (04/24/18) - With multiple mass shootings this year, and the latest the Waffle House shooting in Tennessee, the question being raised is can people with a mental illness own a gun? Records show it varies from state to state but in Missouri someone with a mental illness can purchase a gun. The only way someone living with a mental illness can’t own a firearm is if they have been institutionalized. 

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Police search for two drivers involved in fatal March crash

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 Springfield Police are asking for the public’s help in a fatal crash investigation. If you have any information about this incident, contact Crime Stoppers at 417-869-TIPS (8477).

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Update: Nixa man located safe

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Nixa Police is requesting help in locating a missing adult. Call NPD if you have information at 417-582-1030.

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Lawmakers consider implementing needle-exchange program Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--04/24/18) With the heroin and opioid epidemic raging in the area, lawmakers in Missouri are considering adding a controversial needle exchange program in their fight to stop the spread of infectious diseases among drug users. 

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Update: Teen located safe

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Update: Bowles was located safe this morning and the missing person advisory has been canceled. Springfield, Mo -- The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing and endangered person and is asking for the public’s assistance. Makayla J. Bowles, 16,  ran away from Ashley House girls shelter at 6:45 p.m. Monday. Makayla is diabetic, insulin dependent and has no insulin in her possession.

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10 dead after van plows into Toronto crowd

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Police in Toronto identified the suspected driver of a van that rammed into a crowd of pedestrians earlier Monday, and said they would not rule out terrorism as a possible motive. The vehicle was driven by Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill, north of Toronto, police said. Minassian allegedly drove into dozens of people intentionally, killing 10 and injuring 15 others.

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Murder trial canceled: 'more time is needed'

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Springfield, Mo. -- A jury trial is canceled for a man charged with murder. 

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Springfield man sentenced to 35 years for drug trafficking murder

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Springfield, Mo. -- A Springfield man and a Seymour man were sentenced in federal court on Monday for their roles in a drug-trafficking conspiracy that resulted in the murder of a co-conspirator.

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Man responsible for deadly crash missed arraignment

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Springfield, Mo. -- A Springfield man charged with second degree murder missed a scheduled arraignment, according to officials.

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Former Stone County deputy pleads guilty in court

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Springfield, Mo. -- A former deputy of the Stone County Sheriff’s Office has pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a deadly accident.

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Former President George H.W. Bush hospitalized

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Former President George H.W. Bush was hospitalized on Sunday after an infection he contracted spread to his blood, his spokesman said Monday. The announcement of the hospitalization comes just days after Bush's wife, Barbara, died at age 92. 

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Non-profit Welcomes Spring Cleaning Donations Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--04/23/18) As many Missourians start their spring cleaning this year a local non profit hopes that you keep them in mind as you de-clutter your house.

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Former addict says federal funding shouldn't be just for opioids Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (04/23/18) - The state of Missouri is receiving a federal grant to fight the high number of opioid overdose deaths. And although, it’s no lie that the Ozarks has an opioid crisis, at Correction Services they say opioids shouldn’t be the only federal funded issue. Not just opioids but addictions in general! Lisa Davis, with Correction Services, says we should focus on addictions as a whole.

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Waffle House shooter arrested

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FoxNews.com - The man who cops believe gunned down four people at a Waffle House restaurant in Tennessee was arrested Monday, just over an hour after cops admitted he led police on a chase in a stolen BMW days before the rampage. Travis Reinking, 29, was taken into custody just after 1 p.m. ET, the Nashville Metro Police Department told reporters at a news conference Monday.

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Kate Middleton, Prince William welcome baby boy

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FoxNews.com - Kate Middleton and Prince William proudly held their new bundle of joy as the couple left the hospital after welcoming a baby boy on Monday.Prince William, wearing a simple blue suit, and the Duchess of Cambridge wearing a red dress with a white lace collar, waved to the hoards of media and royal watchers as they left the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's hospital."

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Manhunt continues for Waffle House shooting suspect

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FoxNews.com -  Nashville public schools are going into "lock-out" mode on Monday as authorities intensify the search for a gunman who police said opened fire in a Waffle House restaurant early Sunday, killing four before a customer wrestled the weapon away. Travis Reinking, 29, who was naked during the shooting except for a green jacket and assault rifle, may have “mental issues,” authorities said.

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Miller County Deputy dies in head-on crash

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MILLER COUNTY, Mo. -- (04/20/2018) A Miller County Deputy died Friday evening after crashing into an oncoming vehicle while responding to a call.  The 26-year-old male, whose name has not yet been release, had been with the department for approximately a year. According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, the deputy was responding to a call when he came up behind a fire truck headed to another, un-related call. 

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North Korea announces end to missile testing

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced Friday that his country will be suspending missile testing and closing a nuclear test site, several reports said. "From April 21, North Korea will stop nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles," the Korean Central News Agency said, according to Yonhap News. 

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Gov. Eric Greitens indicted on computer tampering charges

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Missouri Governor Eric Greitens faces a new indictment from the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office over alleged wrongdoing concerning The Mission Continues charity during his campaign for governor. 

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School holds assembly instead of a walkout Video included

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(Ozark, Mo.--04/20/18) Hundreds of students at Ozark High School gathered to mark the anniversary of the Columbine school shooting instead of staging a walkout, they held an assembly. 

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Swedish house DJ Avicii dead at 28

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Swedish EDM star Avicii was found dead in Muscat, Oman on Friday, a rep for the star told Fox News. He was 28. "The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time," Avicii's publicist Diana Baron said. 

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Homeless man convicted of murder

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Springfield, Mo. – Andrew Mark Jensen, 41, of Springfield, Missouri, was convicted late yesterday afternoon by a Greene County Jury of the murder of  Kathi Jones. 

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TV tower collapse knocked out weather radio transmitter Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (04/20/18) - The TV tower collapse, yesterday, killing one man and injuring others also knocked out a weather radio transmitter. Leaving some folks in the area concerned that they’re not going to get alerts when it comes to severe weather. If you live in portions of Greene, Polk, Dallas, and Webster Counties you’re probably still only hearing static over the radio. .

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Missing woman found safe; kidnapping investigation is ongoing Video included

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Update: The endangered person advisory has been canceled. Police say Barton has been located and is safe.SPRINGFIELD, MO (04/16/18) - The Springfield Police responded to an abduction over the weekend. But they are calling it an unusual event. Officers have confirmed the identity of the female that was abducted as 24-year-old Savannah Barton.Police were called to the Economy Inn on North Glenstone for a possible abduction.

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Time running out for potential case against Gov. Greitens’ charity

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Many people will be watching the activity around the Carnahan courthouse closely Friday to see if more legal trouble hits Governor Eric Greitens. This time the focus could be on alleged wrongdoing concerning The Mission Continues charity Greitens founded, and his campaign for governor. T

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Four children left alone killed in house fire

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Lake Ozark, Mo. - Four children in a Lake Ozark home were killed when their house went up in flames.  "This morning around 12:51 a.m. Lake Ozark Fire District was dispatched to a residential first alarm structure fire at 1636 Carol Road, explains Fire Chief Mark Amsinger.  The Lake Ozark Fire Protection District received the structure call just before 1 a.m. and were on scene within minutes.

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Collapsed tower knocks out weather radio service

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Fordland, Mo. -  The National Weather Service has confirmed that a collapsed tower in Fordland has knocked out service to weather radios tuned into Fordland's transmitter until further notice. The NWS encourages people to look for another frequency on their weather radio until Fordland is back on the air.

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One student injured in Florida high school shooting

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FoxNews.com - At least one student was injured in a shooting at a Florida high school Friday and a suspect was in custody, police said.  The Marion County Sheriff's Office said the incident occurred at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. School board member Nancy Stacey confirmed to Fox News that the suspected gunman and person injured are both students. The student was allegedly shot in the ankle and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

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One dead after tower collapse

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Fordland, Mo. - One person has died and others injured after a television tower collapsed in Fordland early this morning. The Logan Rogersville Fire Protection District confirmed the fatality. A crew of six people were working more than 100 feet up the tower when it fell. It was not immediately clear why the tower collapsed. Authorities say three of the crew members were taken to a local hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

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Golden Apple Award - April 2018

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Ozark, MO -- At Ozark High School, a surprise awaits in the gym for a special teacher. For the past four years, Mrs. Walls has been teaching Special Ed. And for the past five years, she's been coaching the Color Guard team. 

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Judge denies dismissal request in Gov. Greitens criminal privacy case

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St. Louis, Mo. - A request to dismiss a felony criminal indictment against Governor Eric Greitens has been denied by Circuit Judge Rex Burlison. The decision was made after Greitens lawyers and representatives from the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's officer met with the judge for less than an hour. Greitens lawyers were asking for the case dismissal after the prosecutor and an investigator made mistakes during pre-trial proceedings.

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Man in custody after high-speed chase

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (04/18/2018) An arrest has been made following a high-speed chase between a man and Greene County Deputies. Deputy Connell attempted to stop a dark in color passenger vehicle on West Bypass north of Chestnut. The driver eventually stopped on Nichols east of West Bypass. Deputy Connell made contact with the driver and observed felony drugs and a digital scale in the vehicle. 

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Mother of two dies in multi-vehicle crash Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (04/18/2018) Family and friends are now remembering Dana Nicole Sowards after she was killed Tuesday afternoon in a multiple-vehicle crash. According to a Go-Fund-Me page set up in her honor, Sowards was on her way to pick up her son from his grandmother's house when 54-year-old Tommy Morris, Jr. ran a red light, t-boning Sowards' car in an attempt to escape police after striking a pedestrian. 

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Carthage man sentenced for $1 million meth conspiracy

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Kansas City, Mo. -- A Carthage man was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for his role in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine in southern Missouri and in the Kansas City area.

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Springfield woman sentenced for $718,000 tax fraud conspiracy

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Springfield, Mo. -- A Springfield woman was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for her role in a $718,000 tax fraud conspiracy.

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Korean War vets reflect on their time in battle Video included

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POINT LOOKOUT, MO (04/18/18) -  People gathered at College of the Ozarks to pay tribute to those who fought in the Korean War. Also known as the Forgotten War, it wasn’t forgotten today! Veterans that were just beginning their lives gave up everything to save the lives of everyone back here at home. Raymond Curtis, also known as ‘Bud’ to his friends, signed up at the age of 18 and two days later he was sent overseas.

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Charges filed against double-homicide shooter

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Webster County, Mo. - The shooter in the double homicide in Webster County yesterday has been charged. Authorities have charged Kenneth Livingston, 31, with two counts of first degree murder, one count of first degree assault and three counts of armed criminal action.

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Governor Greitens files restraining order against Attorney General Hawley

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Governor Eric Greitens has filed a temporary restraining order against Attorney General Josh Hawley in Jefferson City on Monday evening.

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Woman at Clinton home when officer was killed facing new murder charge

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The woman Clinton police encountered shortly before they were hit by deadly gunfire that killed Officer Ryan Morton and injured two others is now facing a first-degree murder charge.

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Charges filed in fatality crash case

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UPDATE: Tommy Morris, Jr., a prior and persistent offender, has been charged by the Greene County Prosecuting Attorney's Office with second-degree murder, attempt to deliver a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.

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Springfield man captured after firing shots at police

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UPDATE: Enrique Castaneda was arrested in St Louis with the assistance of the Midwest Fugitive Task Force. The suspect was on the run after firing shots at law enforcement officers Monday morning.

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Residents shaken after deadly officer-involved shooting Video included

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( Greene County, Mo.--04/18/2018) An attempted traffic stop overnight and subsequent foot pursuit led to a deadly officer involved shooting in Greene County.

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Barbara Bush, former first lady, dead at 92

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Foxnews.com-- With her cloud of snow-white hair, signature three strand pearls and compelling presence, Barbara Bush's image was what she laughingly called "everybody's grandmother." But the feisty, outspoken Bush was also a tireless advocate for literacy , an author, experienced campaigner and both wife and mother of a U.S. president. 

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Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting

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Greene County, Mo. -  The Greene County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of the man shot and killed this morning. William Ray Simcoe, 45, was killed by officers after he raised a handgun towards them. Authorities say shortly before 2:30 a.m. they were driving near Kansas and Kearney when they initiated a traffic stop on Simcoe for felony charges he was wanted on. Simcoe fled in his vehicle and authorities pursued.

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Fatal crash caused by Springfield man fleeing police

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Springfield, Mo. -- A local woman was killed in a 5 car crash Tuesday afternoon. Dana Sowards, 31, of Nixa was killed when a vehicle driven by Tommy Morris Jr., 54, crashed into her. Sowards vehicle then collided with a third car operated by Ben Cole, 29.  Springfield Police first responded to what is now being considered a vehicular assault near Price Cutter at West Bypass and Chestnut. Officers say Morris hit a male victim pushing a shopping cart.

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Webster County Sheriff continues murder investigation Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (4/17/2018) The Webster County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate a shooting that happened Tuesday morning at a home near Elkland. According to Sheriff Roye Cole, the Webster County Sheriff's Office received numerous 911 calls around 11:00 on Tuesday as witnesses reported multiple shots fired at a home off of Pleasant Church Road. When officers arrived on scene, they found two women dead and one man severely injured due to apparent gunshot wounds.

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Springfield Board of Education approves new early childhood center

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Springfield, Mo. -- Springfield Public Schools Board of Education voted during its April 17 meeting to consolidate Campbell and McGregor elementary schools, which will create space for an interim early childhood education center and Parents as Teachers hubin center city.

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Laborers reach new agreements with contractors

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Kansas City, Mo -- A local labor union and its contractor partners are working to build a more solid future together.

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Members of House leadership call for resignation of Governor Greitens

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Jefferson City, Mo. -- House Speaker Todd Richardson, House Speaker Pro Tem Elijah Haahr and House Majority Floor Leader Rob Vescovo have joined the list of those who have asked Governor Eric Greitens to resign.

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Tiger Woods thrills locals in golf clinic for kids

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(Branson, Mo.--04/17/18) Bass Pro's Legends of Golf draws thousands as legend Tiger Woods hosts a golf clinic for youth across the Ozarks. 

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Hawley says Greitens committed a crime while running for governor Video included

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO (04/17/18) - The Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley says his office has evidence of criminal wrongdoing by Governor Eric Greitens. The attorney general’s office has been investigating, what Hawley says, is at least a good two months of criminal actions by Greitens involving a St. Louis based charity and his campaign for office. 

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1 dead after Southwest Airlines plane's engine explodes

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FoxNews.com -  One person died Tuesday after a Southwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after it experienced engine failure, officials said. Seven others who were aboard Flight 1380, which was headed from LaGuardia Airport in New York City to Dallas' Love Field, suffered minor injuries, but were not transported to the hospital. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) confirmed one person was killed in the incident.

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Suspects charged in home invasion and hit-and-run Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (04/16/2018) Two men, who have been identified as James Finley, 25, and Ernest Brown, 23, were arrested this afternoon by Springfield Police for striking a pedestrian with their car as she crossed the street, then also hitting another oncoming vehicle as the suspects attempted to flee the scene. The two men were seen to be traveling northbound in a gold SUV down Jefferson avenue, which is a one-way, southbound-only street. 

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Judge in Greitens case says he’ll rule on dismissal request this week

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Fox2Now.com -- Significant developments in court Monday morning regarding the invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens.

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Officials investigating Newburg house fire

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Rolla, Mo. -- The DeSoto and Rolla Rural Fire Protection Districts were dispatched to a structure fire Sunday night near the intersection of Main Street and West First Street in Newburg.

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Sparta High School student charged for allegedly making shooting threats

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A Sparta High School student has been charged with second degree terrorist threat after allegedly making threats to “shoot up the school.”

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Tax experts share last minute tax filing tips Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--04/16/18) The deadline to file your 2017 taxes is quickly approaching, and that may be overwhelming for those last minute procrastinators with the deadline to file them without penalty falling tomorrow. 

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Springfield Police search for Missing and Endangered Woman

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Springfield, Mo -- The Springfield Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for Savannah Barton  in connection with an incident that occurred in front of R & R Custom Wheels on 2545 N Glenstone Ave in Springfield at 9:02am on April 15th, 2018. 

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Trump announces U.S. military strikes in Syria

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Foxnews.com -- President Trump on Friday announced that he has approved military strikes in Syria against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. 

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Firefighters unable to save home from wind-driven fire

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Mountain Grove, Mo. -- Massive gusts of wind are to blame for a house fire in Mountain Grove.

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Evangel University's Forensics team brings home 20 awards

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Evangel.edu -- Evangel University’s Forensics team members were recognized with 20 awards at the 2018 Public Communication Speech & Debate League (PCSDL) national tournament April 7-8.

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Seligman man sentenced for meth

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Springfield, Mo. -- A Seligman man has been sentenced in federal court for possessing methamphetamine to distribute following a high-speed pursuit by law enforcement officers that ended at a chicken farm.

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Judge in Greitens privacy case will not rule on request to dismiss just yet

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Fox2Now.com -- A judge has said he won’t decide whether or not to dismiss the felony charge filed against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens until next week at the earliest.

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Springfield woman arrested after shooting neighbor

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Springfield, Mo. -- Just after 2 a.m. Friday morning, officers responded to a Springfield residence where they found a female with a non-life threatening gunshot wound to her right shoulder.

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‘Portraits of Courage’ opens at Bass Pro

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Springfield, Mo. -- Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium is proud to celebrate the opening of Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors, a powerful exhibition that highlights America’s military veterans, on loan from the George W. Bush Institute for a limited engagement through July 5, 2018.

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Bolivar missing person found safe

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Bolivar, MO -- Update: Lester Mincks has been located safe at a local medical facility. 

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Man, 80, accidentally records himself admitting to killing Missouri lawyer who sued him, police say

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Foxnews.com -- An 80-year-old man accused of murdering a Kansas City lawyer who sued him accidentally recorded himself admitting to the crime, police said. 

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Springfield man arrested after firing shots near nightclub

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Springfield, Mo. -- A Springfield man was arrested after firing shots outside Martha’s Vineyard nightclub late Wednesday night. 19-year-old Dale Jones was arrested for unlawful use of a weapon. Authorities say Jones fired shots and then fled on foot into another local business. 

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Governor Greitens tweets response to report

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Jefferson City, MO -- The investigation into the invasion of privacy charge against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens reaches new heights Thursday.

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Habitat for Humanity tackles affordable housing Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--04/12/18) Habitat for Humanity is highlighting the need for affordable housing for homeowners across the area with their second annual Home is the Key campaign.

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Manhunt leads to another mans arrest; suspect still at large

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Cotter, AR. -- The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office, assisted by Cotter PD, Arkansas State Police and the Arkansas Department of Corrections K-9 Dog Team were involved in a man hunt in the City of Cotter for a parole absconder who fled from a traffic stop. 

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Fur Kids pet of the month is Crescent Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (04/12/18) - This is Crescent. She’s a red coon hound and she’s about 1 to 2-years-old. We’re not too sure because she was a stray. She’s really kind of timid at first and then when she warms up to you she’ll give you kisses and be your best friend. She’s really relaxed and laid back. She was found in Joplin and then sent to our Pups For Parole Program where they go and get trained at a prison facility here in Missouri.

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Wild Animal Safari welcomes new giraffe Video included

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Strafford, Mo. - The wild animal safari showed off their newest addition today and Fox 5 was there to welcome her to the Ozarks. Meet Blossom, a two-month old female reticulated giraffe. Blossom arrived from Georgia three weeks ago and is getting adjusted to her new surroundings. Even though blossom is smaller compared to Sheldon, the other giraffe at the park, the safari says it's only a matter of a time until she reaches new heights.

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  • Man admits to Jewish cemetery vandalism in University City

    Man admits to Jewish cemetery vandalism in University City

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 10:08 PM EDT2018-04-26 02:08:59 GMT

    An arrest has been made in a Jewish cemetery vandalism case that occurred on February 22, 2017. Investigators said DNA evidence collected at the scene ultimately led them to the arrest.

    An arrest has been made in a Jewish cemetery vandalism case that occurred on February 22, 2017. Investigators said DNA evidence collected at the scene ultimately led them to the arrest.

  • Four more defendants sentenced in $1 million meth conspiracy

    Four more defendants sentenced in $1 million meth conspiracy

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 10:07 PM EDT2018-04-26 02:07:11 GMT

    Kansas City, Mo. -- Four more defendants have been sentenced in federal court this week for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine in southern Missouri and in the Kansas City area.

    Kansas City, Mo. -- Four more defendants have been sentenced in federal court this week for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine in southern Missouri and in the Kansas City area.

  • Woman who died on Alaska Airlines flight was from small Missouri town

    Woman who died on Alaska Airlines flight was from small Missouri town

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 9:45 PM EDT2018-04-26 01:45:33 GMT

    Officials have released the name of the woman who died Tuesday on a flight from Seattle to Kansas City. KCPD said the 59-year-old had already died when emergency personnel responded to the plane.

    Officials have released the name of the woman who died Tuesday on a flight from Seattle to Kansas City. KCPD said the 59-year-old had already died when emergency personnel responded to the plane.

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  • LOOK OUT BELOW! Dog falls from sky and lands on woman

    LOOK OUT BELOW! Dog falls from sky and lands on woman

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 8:55 PM EDT2018-04-26 00:55:21 GMT

    The phrase “it’s raining cats and dogs” was a little too literal for one woman in China.  Surveillance footage captured the moment a dog appeared out of the sky, striking a woman on the head. 

    The phrase “it’s raining cats and dogs” was a little too literal for one woman in China.  Surveillance footage captured the moment a dog appeared out of the sky, striking a woman on the head. 

  • Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting

    Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 1:05 PM EDT2018-04-25 17:05:03 GMT

    FoxNews.com - A Dallas police officer died Wednesday, a day after he was shot responding to an incident at a Home Depot, the city's mayor said. Officer Rogelio Santander died at a hospital around 8 a.m., Mayor Mike Rawlings announced at a city council meeting. Santander had worked for the city’s northeast division for three years, police said. Officer Crystal Almeida was still in critical condition, Dallas police Chief Rene Hall said.

    FoxNews.com - A Dallas police officer died Wednesday, a day after he was shot responding to an incident at a Home Depot, the city's mayor said. Officer Rogelio Santander died at a hospital around 8 a.m., Mayor Mike Rawlings announced at a city council meeting. Santander had worked for the city’s northeast division for three years, police said. Officer Crystal Almeida was still in critical condition, Dallas police Chief Rene Hall said.

  • Monkey can't own the copyright to its famous selfie, appeals court rules

    Monkey can't own the copyright to its famous selfie, appeals court rules

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 10:28 AM EDT2018-04-25 14:28:12 GMT

    A selfie taken by a macaque monkey on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in 2011 become famous when PETA made a claim the monkey had rights to the photo. 

    A selfie taken by a macaque monkey on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in 2011 become famous when PETA made a claim the monkey had rights to the photo. 

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  • Four more defendants sentenced in $1 million meth conspiracy

    Four more defendants sentenced in $1 million meth conspiracy

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 10:07 PM EDT2018-04-26 02:07:11 GMT

    Kansas City, Mo. -- Four more defendants have been sentenced in federal court this week for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine in southern Missouri and in the Kansas City area.

    Kansas City, Mo. -- Four more defendants have been sentenced in federal court this week for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine in southern Missouri and in the Kansas City area.

  • Woman who died on Alaska Airlines flight was from small Missouri town

    Woman who died on Alaska Airlines flight was from small Missouri town

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 9:45 PM EDT2018-04-26 01:45:33 GMT

    Officials have released the name of the woman who died Tuesday on a flight from Seattle to Kansas City. KCPD said the 59-year-old had already died when emergency personnel responded to the plane.

    Officials have released the name of the woman who died Tuesday on a flight from Seattle to Kansas City. KCPD said the 59-year-old had already died when emergency personnel responded to the plane.

  • Gov. Greitens speaks at police breakfast amid controversy

    Gov. Greitens speaks at police breakfast amid controversy

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 9:42 PM EDT2018-04-26 01:42:59 GMT

    Embattled governor Eric Greitens made a public appearance Wednesday morning, speaking in St. Charles at a police prayer breakfast. The event organizers say this breakfast was non-political and they felt it was appropriate for the governor to speak because of his support for law enforcement.

    Embattled governor Eric Greitens made a public appearance Wednesday morning, speaking in St. Charles at a police prayer breakfast. The event organizers say this breakfast was non-political and they felt it was appropriate for the governor to speak because of his support for law enforcement.

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