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Victims names released from 'Ride the Ducks' tragedy

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The Stone County Sheriff has now released the names of the 17 passengers who perished Thursday in the tragic 'Ride the Ducks' boating accident on Table Rock Lake. 

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Nine from the same family, among victim in duck boat accident

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Nine of the 17 victims killed Thursday night when a duck boat sank at Table Rock Lake were from the same family. 

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Senator Claire McCaskill releases statement on Table Rock tragedy

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After a briefing with leadership from the U.S. Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board, Senator Clair McCaskill has released a statement regarding July, 19 Table Rock Lake tragedy. 

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Eyewitness account of boat capsizing on Table Rock Lake Video included

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The city of Branson is doing their best to keep up with the ever growing need of families in distress as we are learning more about those that were on the Branson attraction. Mayor Karen Best says, "I’ve been here for about 16 years and this is the largest amount of folks that lost their lives that I can remember.” City Hall has been set up as a command center for family members of the victims on the ride the ducks attraction.

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Audio of first responders provided by Broadcastify covering the Branson tragic event Video included

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The video captured by an eye witness at the showboat Branson Belle has gone viral. The live scanner audio provided by Broadcastify from Stone County was recorded on Thursday when the duck boat capsized. We can hear authorities as they respond to the scene. Take a listen.

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Officials give out further information on duck boat accident Video included

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(Branson,Mo.) Divers continued their recovery efforts this morning in Branson as they pulled the last four bodies from the wreckage of an amphibious duck boat that capsized and sank.

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'Ride the Ducks' company releases statement on tragedy

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The Ride the Ducks parent company releases a statement on the tragic accident at Table Rock Lake that left 17 people dead.

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National and state leaders respond to tragedy at Table Rock Lake

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State leaders have released statements involving their thoughts on the tragedy at Table Rock lake.

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Two suspects in custody after short pursuit with police

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A less than 5 minute, pursuit ended with two suspects in custody, two damaged patrol cars and one deputy in the hospital. 

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Springfield City Utilities reports and responds to numerous power outages

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Springfield City Utilities electric line and three crews are responding to multiple power outage reports.

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Man sentenced for attempting to take ' upskirt' photos of woman

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Greene County Prosecuting Attorney announces that a man was sentenced on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, for attempting to secretly take photos of a woman under her skirt while shopping at Walmart.

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Shooting Enthusiasts Gather for Competition Video included

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(Ridgedale, Mo.) A popular sporting event is drawing dozens of shooting enthusiasts to the Ozarks as it grabs the interest of newcomers, families and competition shooters. 

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College student receives rare scholarship for unfortunate circumstances Video included

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Tonight, we bring you the story of a college student that has gone above and beyond and a local university has taken notice.  Jasper Gain, lived with her mother and step dad till she was 13 and then was sent to live with her biological father. "Ater a period of time living there, there was a lot of stuff I didn’t really agree with that was going on in the house and him and I wound up getting into it and he kicked me out."

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MSHP releases name of shooting suspect

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Suspect identified from shooting in Wright County.

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Texas County Sheriff and Lieutenant arrested

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The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirms a Texas County sheriff and female lieutenant from the department were arrested Wednesday evening. 

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Local Woman Gives Warning About Phone Scam to Others

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(Springfield, Mo.) A local woman who fell victim to a ruthless scam is speaking out to warn others. 

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MSHP trooper shot in Wright County

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A Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper has been hospitalized after being shot this morning in Wright County.

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2 women dead after crash in Camden County

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Two women are dead and one injured after a crash on Highway 5, north of Dry Hollow Road Wednesday morning.

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Skin cancer on the rise among youth Video included

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A new diagnosis of two types of skin cancer has increased in recent years. One in 5 Americans will develop some sort of skin cancer in their lifetime. With younger populations seeing skin cancer, Autumn Bragg, with the Hulston Cancer Center, says people are seeing the results of skin cancer 10 to 15 years after exposure. Bragg says, “We can trace it back to a lot of younger ladies when they’re in their teens because they started using tanning beds.

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Police searching for man in North Springfield

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Springfield police have set up a perimeter searching for a suspect with a parole violation warrant.

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Vice President Pence will visit St. Louis Thursday

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 Vice President Mike Pence is coming to St. Louis Thursday to raise money for Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley. 

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President Trump to visit Kansas City for VFW national convention

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President Trump will be visiting Kansas City next week for the 119th Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention.

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Family claims SPS Google Drive is storing personal information Video included

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A local family has claimed that the Springfield Public School System is accessing their personal accounts and storing their private information on the system's Google Drive without their permission.

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Law enforcement looking for Greene-County Fugitive

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Springfield Law enforcement is looking for a fugitive with a Greene-County warrant. Randall Taylor, 30, is wanted for vehicle theft/ tampering with a motor vehicle in the first degree. 

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Farmers Struggle to Deal With Ongoing Drought Video included

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(Billings, Mo.) While some parts of the Ozarks saw some rain today, it isn't helping those experiencing drought conditions.

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Is your social media tracking and targeting you? Tech experts speak out. Video included

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Is your social media listening in on you and tracking your location?  You’re in the mood to purchase a product and just hours later you see an advertisement for that product on your Facebook and Instagram. So, is social media listening in on your day to day life? Marc Moyer, the owner of CYBERGUARD, says you basically give Facebook and Instagram consent when you sign up.

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Trump says he misspoke on Russian meddling

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President Trump backtracks on his Russian interference narrative.

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City Council approves Kearney Street redevelopment plan

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On Monday, Springfield City Council voted to approve a redevelopment plan that will help to improve Kearney Street. 

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Attorney General Hawley files motion against Backpage.com

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 Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced that his office has filed a motion for criminal sanctions against Backpage.com related to false statements the company made in court. 

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West Nile Virus is back in Missouri Video included

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Mosquitoes in Central Missouri have tested positive for the West Nile virus. The virus has been in the state of Missouri since 2004 and since then only 1 percent of people infected show any kind of symptoms of sickness. Cindy Tucker, with Cox Health, says it’s possible you have the virus and not even know it. 

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Food Pantry Sees Upswing in Demand for Help Video included

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(Ozark, Mo.) A local food pantry in Christian County is facing an uptick in demand from people in need.But the cost to help change lives is now adding up and the non profit is now turning to the community for help. 

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Trump blasts Mueller probe, Putin denies meddling as leaders tout summit as ‘success’

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President Trump and Vladimir Putin tackled allegations of election meddling in unprecedented terms following their one-on-one summit.

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Rolla man sentenced to prison

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A Rolla man was sentenced for four counts of statutory sodomy.

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Death investigation underway in Greene County

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Greene County Detectives are working a death investigation at 3409 N. Farm Road 171.

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VIDEO: SPD Lip Sync Battle

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The Springfield Police Department is joining in on the Lip Sync Battle social media challenge. 

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Wright County couple charged after child is found dead

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A couple has been charged in wright county with a 5-year-old's death.

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Springfield man arrested after high-speed chase

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A Springfield man was arrested after a high speed chase early this morning. 20-year-old Malachi Gentry was taken into custody after he allegedly fired a gunshot through the window of Krispy Kreme on South Campbell from his car. 

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Domestic violence issue leads to an 8-hour standoff

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A domestic violence issue leads to an 8-hour standoff. Officers responded to a residence on the 2-thousand block of North Taylor at around 1:30 am, after neighbors reported hearing gunfire. 

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MSHP to test AMBER alert systems on July 17

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Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, would like to make the public aware of the following:  A live test of the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alert system is scheduled between 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. (CDT) on Tuesday, July 17, 2018. 

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Police arrest woman who abandoned dog near HWY D Video included

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The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is needing your help tonight after a video has gone viral showing someone dumping a dog off on a road just three miles east of HWY D.  The incident happened yesterday around 10 in the morning. The video being captured on a security camera shows a person exiting a silver SUV and leaving the dog named Hope. 

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Man receives probation after forcing "Tinder" date to perform sexual acts

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A Springfield man received probation Friday after he was found guilty of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him. 

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Authorities Concerned About Surge in Heroin Overdoses

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(Springfield, Mo.) The extent of the heroin crisis in our area is reflected in the latest yearly death totals in Springfield. 

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Rosenstein says 12 Russian intel officers indicted

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12 Russian intelligence officers indicted for hacking.

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Head-on collision results in 1 fatality

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 A head on collision occurred on Thursday, July 12 at 8:30am, on Route Z one mile north of Mo 7. 

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AG Halwey's Office will not retry Brad Jennings

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Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced on Thursday, July 12 that his office will not pursue a retrial against Brad Jennings in the 2006 Christmas Day death of Lisa Jennings.

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Man charged after reported rape of woman in tunnel

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On March 29, a victim called 911 to report a rape that occurred in the pedestrian tunnel near Commercial and Washington.  

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Missourians asking for domestic violence fatality review panel Video included

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Missouri is trying to prevent domestic violence by looking at past cases. Officials, now, asking the governor to sign a bill on August 28th to make a review panel available, those in office say it will better Missourians. Missouri prosecutors may soon be able to hold review panels when a resident dies at the hands of domestic violence.

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Gov. Parson Signs Income Tax Cuts Into Law Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) Missouri Governor Mike Parson was in Springfield today to sign a bill into law that provides the biggest single-year income tax break for families across the state. 

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Body found near Waffle House on Kearney

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Springfield Police officers respond to a call of a dead body. 

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Victim identified in motorcycle accident

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Thomas J. Davidson has been identified as the victim of a fatal motorcycle accident. 

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Branson rejects nightly rentals in neighborhoods

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In light of recent complaints regarding prohibited nightly rentals, the City of Branson would like to remind residents and visitors nightly rentals are generally not permitted in neighborhood areas.

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Springfield street shut down due to bomb scare Video included

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Police and firefighters have shut down West Division Street near Commercial Street due to a bomb scare.

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Community Rallies Behind Family of 2- Year-Old Killed Video included

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(Buffalo, Mo.) Family, friends, and even those who didn't know 2-year-old Kinzlea Kilgore were pitching for justice this morning.

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Missing Branson man found safe

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UPDATE: Michael Crosby has been located and is safe.

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Update: Missing Branson woman located and safe

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The Branson Police Department needs assistance in locating Cheyenne N. Thomas. 

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Lebanon man wins big

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A Lebanon fisherman reels in a big haul. 

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Two people injured in Rolla shooting

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Rolla police search for suspects connected to an early morning shooting.

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Law enforcement looking for man on Most Wanted list

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Law enforcement is looking for a suspect on their most wanted list. Brian Houston was put back on the most wanted list for current active warrants.

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Christian County deputy sheriff pleads guilty for tax fraud

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A reserve deputy sheriff for Christian County, Mo., pleaded guilty in federal court today to tax fraud.

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Former Pharmacy Tech indicted for stealing drugs

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A former pharmacy technician at Mercy Medical Center in Springfield, Mo., was indicted by a federal grand jury tuseday,July 10 for stealing fentanyl and morphine from the pharmacy and replacing the drugs with saline solution.

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Pulaski County man facing charges after explosive was found in home

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A Pulaski County man faces five felony charges after authorities discovered an explosive device in his home. 

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Teenage boy left in critical condition after being struck by car

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A teenage pedestrian is left in critical condition after being hit by an SUV. 

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NAACP Speaks Out Against U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) Following the nomination of judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court, local community leaders are drawing mixed reactions. 

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Endangered Person Advisory

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A July seventh incident results in an Endangered Person Advisory near Stockton, Missouri.

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Trump pardons father, son at center of Oregon wildlife refuge standoff

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President Trump has pardoned two ranchers responsible for fires set on a wildlife refuge in Oregon. 

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AM Pyrotechnics Blast Claims Life

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An AM Pyrotechnics explosion that left one person severely burned has officially claimed the life of the burn victim.

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Entire Thai soccer team, coach freed from cave after daring rescue, Navy says

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A dramatic three-day rescue of a Thai youth soccer team from a flooded cave came to end on Tuesday when the last boy and coach were plucked from the underground cavern more than two weeks after they were trapped inside, Navy officials said. 

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Update: Douglas County manhunt ends

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On Saturday June, 30 the Douglas County Sheriff's Office responded to a violent domestic assault. 

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Charges filed in Nixa pursuit

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Charges have now been filed against the driver and passenger leading a pursuit through three counties and firing shots at law enforcement vehicles.

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Trump nominates Judge Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

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President Trump nominated appeals court judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court Monday night to replace the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, ending a days-long guessing game that began the moment Kennedy announced his retirement on June 27. 

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Toddler dies days after nearly drowning in Lake of the Ozarks

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A 3-year-old boy has died days after almost drowning at Lake of the Ozarks.

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Red Cross reports emergency blood shortage

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The American Red Cross issued an urgent call Monday, July 9 for eligible individuals of all blood types to give now, and help save patient lives following a difficult Fourth of July week for blood donations.

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Cave Diving Expert Talks Thai Cave Rescue Efforts Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) As rescue efforts continue to ramp up in Thailand, a local expert weighs in on the challenges facing divers attempting to a save a soccer team and their coach.

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Summer heat can increase risk of domestic violence Video included

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As temperatures rise incidents of domestic violence can escalate. For the past three years, Harmony House has seen a 15 percent increase in clients seeking shelter during the month of July and it appears the trend will continue in 2018. It takes a lot for someone to say enough is enough. For one survivor she found a way of calling for help without her abuser knowing.

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Nixa police locate armed robber

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The Nixa Police Department is searching for an armed robbery suspect.

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'Damn Yankees!' star Tab Hunter dead at 86

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Tab Hunter, the 1950s Hollywood heartthrob who appeared in “Damn Yankees!" and also made a name for himself in the music industry, has died.

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Thailand cave rescue: 4 more boys freed, bringing total to 8

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Rescuers in Thailand on Monday freed four more members of the boys soccer team stranded in a flooded cave complex.

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BWI sobriety checkpoint to be held at Lake of the Ozarks

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The commanding officer of Troop F, in Jefferson City, announces that a BWI sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on Lake of the Ozarks sometime in July.

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Storm damages Meek's in Kimberling City Video included

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Strong storms caused some significant damage to Meek’s Lumber in Stone County. The lumber business has been in Kimberling City for 25 years. For Hoss Braden, an employee, he’s worked at Meeks since the beginning. "I get here about ten minutes till 7 every morning and I wasn’t expecting to see this," says Braden. "I’ve seen damage here before with high winds and a tornado past over but nothing like this."

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Gov. Parson Signs Bill to Upgrade 911 System Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) Governor Mike Parson stopped in Springfield today to sign legislation into law concerning 911 emergency communication services. 

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Update: Missing girl found safe

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LENEXA, Kan. — Police are searching for a missing 13-year-old girl from Lenexa and the 23-year-old man she was last seen with. Lenexa police say Amber Rewerts-Schiavoni was seen leaving her home around 1 p.m. Wednesday. She was seen leaving her home with 23-year-old Deshon White.

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Suspect in teen's murder to be released

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 One of the suspects accused of murdering 16-year-old, Savannah Leckie, last year is now scheduled to be released from jail.

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MSHP reports Independence Day statistics

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MSHP Reports Three Traffic Fatalities, Zero Boating Fatalities, & Two Drownings Over July Fourth Holiday Counting Period.

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K9 Officer missing in Dallas County

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According to the Dallas County Sheriff's Office Facebook page, K9 Officer Nitro went missing. 

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Governor Parson to sign eight bills in Springfield

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 Governor Parson will travel to Springfield, Missouri, to sign eight bills into law.

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Homeowner finds military mortar

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The Greene County  On Wednesday in the 10,000 block of State Highway T, a homeowner uncovered a rusty object that he described as a “military mortar”. 

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Nixa fire department warns against using Chinese Lanterns Video included

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The Nixa Fire Protection District is warning folks, tonight, not to use Chinese Lanterns. Half of the fires they responded to on the 4th of July were from Chinese Lanterns. "We’ve had some witness accounts and some other people posting on our Facebook of finding them on their roofs and stuff like that," says Whitney Weaver, the assistant chief at Nixa Fire Protection District. The Independence Day holiday is just another day for the Nixa fire department. 

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Scott Pruitt resigns as EPA chief

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Pruitt resigned less than a week after The New York Times reported that the EPA's chief ethics official, Kevin Minoli, had been pushing for a series of independent investigation into several aspects of Pruitt's tenure.

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Human remains in Miller County identified

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The Miller County Sheriff's Office has identified the human remains found in Miller County.

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Marine stationed at FLW dies in drowning

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The body of a missing Marine from Fort Leonard Wood was found this morning in the Big Piney River.

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Fatal house fire in Sunrise Beach

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One person has died as a result of a house fire in Sunrise Beach.

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UPDATE: Teen drowning victim identified

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Troopers are investigating a report of a missing 13-year-old boy in Lake of the Ozarks.

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Woman captured after scaling Statue of Liberty

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A woman has been captured on Liberty Island after scaling the Statue of Liberty. 

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More Untested Rape Kits Sent to Lab to be Examined Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) The Springfield Police Department is making a major commitment to testing more evidence collected from cases of sexual assault after Josh Hawley's investigation into finding a backlog of untested rape kits.

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Victim of fireworks warehouse fire identified

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The victim of the AM Pyrotechnics LLC warehouse fire has been identified.

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Firefighters protecting the public on Independence Day Video included

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While most folks had the day off to celebrate the 4th of July, firefighters were out making sure the public was safe. It’s just like any other day when it comes to emergency response. Steve Stinnett, the battalion chief at Station 2, says, “When you become a firefighter, to me, it’s a commitment to service and a dedication to service and that commitment and dedication doesn’t stop on any one day.” 

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Local community cancels fireworks display

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A local community cancels their fireworks show after their pyrotechnic provider's warehouse explodes.

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1 injured after explosion at fireworks retailer in Polk County Video included

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Fire crews from multiple agencies battling a large explosion at a fireworks retailer in Polk County on Tuesday.  Several roads were block and the area was evacuated as crews worked the scene.

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Woman arrested for attempting to stab a man with knife

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On Monday, July 2, deputies arrested a woman for standing in the middle of 2252 Highway 126 North, with a knife.

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Salem man arrested for alleged rape of two young women

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Michael Chilton of Salem Missouri is being held in jail with a bond of $ 1 million dollars for Statutory Rape, Statutory Sodomy and Forcible Rape. 

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Pool schedule changed due to 4th of July festivities and Heat Advisory

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To help residents keep cool and stay safe during National Weather Service-issued Heat Advisories, the Springfield-Greene County Park Board adjusts schedules at outdoor pools and the Springfield Skate Park, and offers cooling center options.  

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Licking K9 traffic stop results in drug arrest

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On the morning of Tuesday, July 3, Licking Police conducted a traffic stop with a K9 Unit. 

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Firework Season can Trigger PTSD for Military Vets Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) A time that millions celebrate is a time when countless others fear and dread, a group that we should be celebrating.  

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Keeping your pets safe during 4th of July Video included

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For many dogs, firework celebrations can be terrifying. But what makes our furry friends so scared of Independence Day celebrations? Sally Nail with The Humane Society of Southwest Missouri says fireworks can be loud and come without warning.  “They have much better hearing than we do and they’re loud to us," says Nail. "So, if they’re loud to us than it is, definitely, loud to them.” 

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Man convicted of attempted rape could be released in four months

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A man sentenced for attempted rape Friday will be eligible for probation after four months.

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Man charged for physically abusing young daughter

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On Sunday July, 1 a man was arrested and charged for physically abusing his 8-year-old daughter.

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Child in stable condition after falling from Branson rope course

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One child is in stable condition after falling from the newly-opened ropes course at Big Cedar Lodge’s Fun Mountain in Branson.  

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Local Chamber Reacts to Campaign Against Trumps Tariffs Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching a campaign to push back against President's Trump's new tariffs. 

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Hand Foot and Mouth Disease Video included

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You’re planning on a vacation south of the border you might want to take some hand sanitizer. Reports are showing that an infection is going around and it’s pretty easy to catch. It’s more common in children, but adults you can get it too. You can get Hand Foot and Mouth Disease by a simple cough and sneeze. It’s a viral infection that’s common in the summer, right in time for your summer vacations.

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Thailand youth soccer team, coach found alive in cave

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The dozen boys of a youth soccer team and their coach have been found alive in a cave complex after they went missing over a week ago.

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Polk County woman sentenced for son's death

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A Polk County woman has been sentenced for multiple charges, but could be out of custody earlier than expected. 

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TSA has traveling tips for busiest travel day of the year Video included

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 Today could be the busiest travel day of the year, according to T-S-A. Airport security is expected to screen over 2.7 million passengers nationwide

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Former Stone County Deputy sentenced

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A former Stone County deputy is sentenced for a deadly accident in 2017

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Phone App Aims To Make Fireworks Safer Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) Celebrating with fireworks is best left up to the professionals , but if you're going to put on a display at home safety is key.

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Workers brave the heat Video included

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This week has been one of the hottest weeks we’ve experienced this year and those working outside are feeling the heat and it can be dangerous. “It’s really dangerous if you have no knowledge of what can happen to you," says lead installer for SS&B Heating and Cooling, Jeffery Johnson. "Especially, in an extreme heat index like this, you know.” Johnson says heat illness can happen quick. 

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Springfield Man found guilty of assaulting neighbor with rifle

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 A Springfield man was found guilty of assaulting a 67-year-old man.  

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Camden County man sentenced for striking neighbor with a truck

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On Tuesday, June 26 the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, successfully argued for the maximum sentence for Daniel Pettis. 

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Springfield shooting suspect identified

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A man has been charged for allegedly shooting the father of his grandchild. 

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Study Reveals LGBTQ Employees Closeted at the Workplace Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) The work environment is far more inclusive now than a decade ago. But many employees here in Missouri feel fearful of coming out of the closet. 

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Annapolis newsroom shooting leaves 5 people dead

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At least five people were killed and several others injured during a shooting at the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, Thursday afternoon, local officials said.

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Governor and Springfield mayor talk tourism, tariffs, and immigration Video included

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Governor Mike Parson was in Springfield, today, traveling to different places. Fox 5 spoke with him as he highlighted the state of Missouri’s tourism, tariffs, and immigration. Touring Wonders of Wildlife, Governor Parson says Missouri’s largest industry is tourism. "There are very few industries that we get a return on our money," says the governor. 

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June Pay It Forward Winner Video included

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This month's Pay It Forward winner is from Aurora, MO.
Find out more about the Byron E. Taylor Christian Service Center HERE.

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One on One with President Smart Video included

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We sit down with Missouri State President Clif Smart to reflect on his past seven years in office.   More>>

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