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Sen. Roy Blunt gives thoughts on opioid crisis Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/15/2017) Opioids are a growing problem here in the Ozarks, and today Senator Roy Blunt stopped in Springfield to hear from local professionals about their concerns, and what they think should be done on both a local and national level. With topics ranging from the lack of a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, to the need for more training programs for health professionals, Senator Blunt listened and took note. 

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UPDATE: Spoor family humbled by donations Video included

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WEST PLAINS, MO (12/15/17) - UPDATE: Their first Christmas without a father and husband. Fox 5 has been monitoring the GoFundMe page of Greg and Morgan Spoor and have talked with the family and they say there are still selfless people in the world. The Spoor family lost Greg to a tragic accident on November 29th after a deer went through the windshield of the truck he was driving and out the back glass killing him instantly.  Greg left behind friends and family.

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Missouri trooper fired over Lake of the Ozarks drowning death

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Fox2Now.com – (12/15/2017) The Missouri State Highway Patrol has fired a trooper in connection with the 2014 death of a handcuffed man who fell out of the trooper’s boat. 

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Uber driver raped 16-year-old girl, authorities say

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Foxnews.com -- (12/15/2017) An Uber driver was arrested Thursday in Georgia, accused of raping a 16-year-old female passenger earlier in the week. Abdoulie Jagne, 58, was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail in north central Georgia, Fox 5 Atlanta reported. 

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Wonders of Wildlife unveils newest attraction Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--12/15/17) Wonder's of Wildlife Natural Museum and Aquarium unveils it's newest attraction. You can now get an up-close experience of a colony of arctic birds. 

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Michael Kors vows to go fur-free in 2018

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Foxnews.com – (12/15/17) Gone are the days of Michael Kors sending big fur coats down the runway. In fact, starting in 2018, you won’t see any fur items in the designer’s collection, unless they’re of the faux variety. After meeting with PETA Friday, Michael Kors CEO John Idol announced the new fur-free policy will cover both the Michael Kors brand as well as Jimmy Choo, which it recently acquired. 

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Mom claims bath bomb gave daughter chemical burns

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Foxnews.com - (12/15/17) A mother is sounding the alarm over one of the season’s hottest toys after she claims it left her daughter with chemical burns. In a Facebook post that has been shared more than 130,000 times, a woman identified as Jennifer Renee shared that she purchased a “Hatchimals” bath bomb for her daughter. 

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Health insurance deadline is almost up Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (12/14/17) - With only about 8 percent of residents here in Missouri uninsured there’s still time for you to sign up and the get the healthcare you need. Greene County has only one option when it comes to healthcare through the marketplace and it’s called Ambetter. “The only place people can go to receive subsidies or financial assistants to help them pay for their insurance plan and to make it more affordable," says Cox Health's Kate Conn.

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Protecting your identity Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/14/2017) Over 15.4 million people are affected by identity theft every year, and here in the Ozarks the problem is just as real. Michael Decker, a local resident, is a victim of identity theft himself after what he initially thought was a spam e-mail turned out to be much more than that. "It was from AT&T and it said that I had a delivery scheduled that was coming to my house and it was for two new iPhone Xs," said Michael Decker.

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Springfield man indicted for sexual exploitation of a minor

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Springfield, Mo. – (12/14/2017) A Springfield man has been indicted on charges related to the sexual exploitation of a minor. 

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Kentucky State Rep. commits suicide after sexual assault accusations

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Foxnews.com -- (12/14/2017) A state representative in Kentucky shot and killed himself Wednesday evening, officials said -- just days after a report emerged in which a woman said he sexually assaulted her when she was 17.

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Crosslines volunteers help over 1,500 families in Greene County

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Springfield, Mo -- (12/14/2017) Crosslines volunteers are ready to provide Christmas food baskets and Christmas toys to Greene County families. This year, over 1,500 families have applied for assistance.

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Lebanon sex offender indicted for child pornography

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Springfield, Mo. – (12/14/2017) Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Lebanon, Mo., sex offender has been indicted by a federal grand jury for receiving and distributing child pornography over the Internet. 

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Nixa Public Schools hires Dr. H. Gearl Loden as Superintendent

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Nixa, Mo. -- (12/14/17) Nixa Public Schools is honored to announce that Dr. H Gearl Loden will be the new superintendent for Nixa Public Schools beginning July 1, 2018. 

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Springfield man convicted of first degree murder

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Springfield, Mo – (12/14/2017) Lorenzo D. Roy, 53, of Springfield, Missouri, was convicted today by a Greene County Jury of murder in the first degree for killing Jessica Conner and armed criminal action. 

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Springfield man indicted on child porn charges

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Springfield, Mo – (12/14/17) A Springfield man who used fake online identities has been indicted by a federal grand jury for attempting to produce child pornography. Genard Alonzo Toney, 36, of Springfield, was charged in a two-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Springfield on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017. 

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Two police officers shot in north St. Louis

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Fox2now.com – (12/14/17) Two police officers were shot Thursday at around 7:30am in north St. Louis County. They were hit in the chest. Their bulletproof vest may have saved their lives.  The officers are conscious and speaking. The incident occurred in Bellefontaine Neighbors at the intersection of Chambers and Bellefontaine roads.  

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FCC votes to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules

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FoxNews.com - (12/14/17) The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules, a move that has triggered protests from consumer groups, Internet companies and Democratic lawmakers. The repeal passed on a 3-2, party-line vote. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, a Republican, announced plans in November to eliminate the rules, calling for a “light-touch regulatory approach” to the Internet.

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Two bodies found inside RV in N. Springfield Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/13/2017) An investigation is now underway after two dead bodies were discovered inside and RV in North Springfield. Police responded earlier today around 2:00 this afternoon to a call made about 1907 N Douglas Ave regarding a domestic disturbance possibly involving a firearm. When police arrived at the residence, they quickly narrowed their focus to the RV located behind the house which two individuals were said to be living in. 

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Spoor family remembers tragic night Video included

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WEST PLAINS, MO (12/13/17) - After a tragic accident, the Spoor Family is spending Christmas without their loving father and husband. I spoke with the late Greg Spoor’s wife, Morgan, on being pregnant with twins and raising a 5-year-old daughter all on her own. “He was pretty amazing. He was all about family," says Morgan. On November 29th, Greg noticed his truck was out of oil so he went out to buy some.

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Fire department is understaffed in Central Taney County Video included

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(Taney County, Mo.--12/13/17) A local fire department is understaffed and is fighting more than just fires, they are battling, sickness. 

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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence allegedly dating

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Foxnews.com - (12/13/17) There's a chance for another Brad and Jen, but this time it isn't Jennifer Aniston. Multiple reports are claiming that Jennifer Lawrence and Brad Pitt are now dating. Both stars are newly single, Lawrence recently split from director boyfriend Darren Aronofsky and Pitt is in the process of divorcing longtime partner and wife of two years, Angelia Jolie. 

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Florida teen found dead in dorm

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Foxnews.com (12/13/17)-- A Florida teen who was complaining of headaches and vomiting was found dead in her dorm room by her mother and sister on Tuesday. Alyssa Michelle Lewis, 19, was in her fourth semester at University of Central Florida and was planning on visiting a doctor for her symptoms, News4Jax.com reported. Her father, Bill Lewis, said her mother couldn’t reach their daughter on the phone, and had to find someone from the housing department to let them in. 

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Man found guilty of sex crimes

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Jefferson City, Mo (12/13/2017)-- A Dent County jury found Nathan Hilliard, 27, guilty of statutory rape in the first degree and statutory sodomy in the first degree following a two-day trial. Between June 1, 2007 and June 14, 2007, Hilliard had sexual intercourse and forced his 10-year-old cousin to perform oral sex on him while staying with the victim’s family as a guest...

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FOX News Projects Doug Jones wins Alabama Senate seat

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foxnews.com - (12/12/2017) Democrat Doug Jones has pulled off a major upset in Alabama by defeating Republican Roy Moore in Tuesday’s special election, Fox News has projected, becoming the first Democrat to win election to the Senate from the deeply conservative state in 25 years.

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Minor fire damages Branson motel, residents relocated

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Branson, Mo -- (12/12/2017) The Branson Fire Department responded to the Rosalee Inn Motel Tuesday afternoon after it was notified of a possible fire in the attic space above the motel office. 

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Local church conducts active shooter workshop Video included

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Springfield, Mo -- (12/12/2017) Brookline First Baptist Church conducted an active shooter workshop Tuesday evening with nearly 500 in attendance. In a packed room, attendees gathered to learn about what to do in an active shooter situation. In light of the recent shooting that took place at a church in Texas, Brookline staff decided to take action.

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Helping Tiny Superheroes one tasty treat at a time Video included

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NIXA, MO (12/12/17) - Helping those in need by serving tasty treats. The special education department at John Thomas School of Discovery is raising money to help Tiny Superherheroes. “It really breaks my heart to see other kids. I just want to donate everything and every dollar I have to them," says James, a third grader. "Like the whole $6 I have at my house.” Tiny Superheroes is an organization that seeks to empower extraordinary kids.

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Joplin man arrested after firing shots, evading police

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Joplin, Mo. -- (12/12/2017) Just before 10 p.m. on Monday evening, Joplin Police responded to a report of shots being fired. The caller reported that a male at the residence, later identified as 34-year-old Waylon Durison of Joplin, had fired a shot behind the residence and then fired a second shot through the glass window on the back door.

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Fugitive of the week

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Springfield, Mo (12/12/17) – The Crime Stopper Fugitive of the week is Dashawn Austin. Austin is wanted for Felony 1st Degree Robbery out of Greene County. He is a Black male, 5’11”, 180 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. He is known to be violent and carry a firearm.

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Pop-up job center brings hope to applicants Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--12/12/17) A tool to help connect people looking for a job to employment hits the streets of Springfield this week. 

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Pit bull ban left in voters hands Video included

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Springfield, MO - (12/11/2017) Early in October, City Council voted to enact a pit bull ban that would take effect this January. However, they were forced to reconsider after citizens submitted a petition asking for the ban to be overturned. The pit bull ordinance, which would ban any future pit bulls from being registered within Springfield city limits, narrowly passed with a five to four vote back in October, leaving those in opposition to the ban infuriated. 

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California fire 5th largest in state history Video included

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Los Angeles, CA - (12/11/2017) The fire fight now into its second week in southern California, the flames burning through more than 230 thousand acres now, and impacting thousands of buildings.

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Baxter County man arrested for violating burn ban

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Gassville, Ar. -- (12/11/2017) Just before 1 p.m. on Monday afternoon, the Baxter County Sheriff’s Deputies and the Tracy Volunteer Fire Department were called to what was considered an “out-of-control fire.”  

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Springfield City Council approves pedestrian safety ordinance

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Springfield, Mo (12/11/17) -- Springfield’s City Council will vote tonight on a proposed ordinance the City staff think will protect pedestrians and occupants of vehicles at intersections and along streets which have high volumes of traffic, high speed limits, or narrow medians. Over the past year, five pedestrians have been killed on Springfield streets and an average of 60 pedestrians are struck on Springfield streets each year...

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Springfield man charged with Abandonment of a Corpse Video included

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Greene County, Mo. - (12/11/17)On December 8th, 2017 the Greene County Missouri Prosecutor charged Hercher with Abandonment of a Corpse. Russell Hercher, of Springfield, Missouri was arrested in Mammoth Springs, Arkansas on charges unrelated to the death investigation of Devin Briley.

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Parents react to unspecified school threat Video included

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(Republic, Mo.--12/11/2017) Authorities were notified about a threat of violence made against students at  Republic High School. FOX5 spoke to administrators who determined the threat not to be credible.  

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Port Authority explosion: Injured suspect in custody

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FoxNews.com - (12/11/17) A Bangladeshi man reportedly inspired by ISIS set off a pipe bomb inside New York's Port Authority bus terminal during rush hour Monday morning, sowing mass chaos but causing few injuries -- likely because the "attempted terrorist" detonated his "low tech device" prematurely.

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California Fires Continue, Snow in the Southeast Video included

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Los Angeles, CA - (12/8/2017) Southern California's largest fire, the Thomas fire has burned more than 400 buildings now and continues to spread with little containment. That's while parts of the south get their first taste of winter in more than a decade. Firefighters across southern California battling at least 6 major wildfires with brutal Santa Anna winds fanning the flames. And now, a new trouble spot, a fast moving fire racing toward San Diego.

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Police warn local businesses against counterfeit artists

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Branson, Mo. -- (12/8/2017) The Branson Police Department is warning business operators as well as the public in general are cautioned to be alert when receiving any money especially one hundred dollar bills.  

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Suspect in Blake Snyder killing won’t face death penalty

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Fox2Now.com -- (12/8/2017) There was upsetting news for the widow of St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder and police officers across the area Friday. 

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Investigation underway after death of Clarkridge man

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Clarkridge, Ar -- (12/8/2017) Just before 8 a.m. Friday morning, Baxter County Deputies responded to a 911 call of a deceased male in Clarkridge, Arkansas. 

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Commission hires private firm for preliminary review of facts

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Springfield, Mo -- (12/8/2017) The Commission has hired the private legal firm Graves Garrett LLC to conduct a review and provide advice on an investigation regarding recent allegations, including those outlined in Auditor Nicole Galloway’s Dec. 6 request. 

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Temporary jail remains empty, in need of officers Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/08/2017) Even though the temporary jail was completed a while ago, it was only officially handed over to the sheriff two weeks ago. When construction completed on the Greene County temporary jail just over a month ago, the sheriff delayed it's opening to fine-tune some security measures. However, with all the details now in place, the jail is almost ready to open its doors- all its missing is its staff. 

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Convoy of Hope heads to California to assist with wildfire relief Video included

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(SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--12/08/17) Wildfires are devastating right now with no signs of stopping. That's why Convoy of Hope in Springfield is sending two of it's own to help with the California relief efforts. 

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Police confirm reports of shots fired on Douglas Ave

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/07/2017) The SPD is confirming reports of shots fired on the 1500 block of Douglas Ave. Springfield police received a call around 8:30 on Thursday evening regarding reports of a domestic disturbance. When police arrived on the scene, they found one man suffering from at least one gunshot wound.  

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Southern California wildfires force mass evacuations Video included

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Los Angeles, CA - (12/7/2017) California's color coded fire alert system was raised to purple today, the highest level. And a level they have never used before, with winds potentially reaching as high as 80 or 90 miles per hour, spreading the ferocious flames. Relentless winds led to another firefight overnight Wednesday and into Thursday as flames carved a path of destruction across bone dry California. There are four major fires burning in the area, the Skirball fire in the Bel-A...

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Planned Parenthood under investigation by Justice Department

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Foxnews.com -- (12/7/2017) The Justice Department has launched a federal investigation into Planned Parenthood’s practices and the sale of fetal tissue. 

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Fire safety and prevention during cold weather Video included

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(Nixa, Mo.--12/07/17) With the official winter season right around the corner, space heaters may be be essential to stay warm. 

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House passes bill to avert government shutdown

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Foxnews.com -- (12/7/17) The House of Representatives approved stopgap legislation Thursday meant to avert a partial government shutdown ahead of a midnight Friday deadline. The bill, also known as a continuing resolution, would keep federal agencies functioning for an additional two weeks through Dec. 22, and Senate approval is expected to follow.

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Ozark man pleads guilty to smuggling goods into the United States

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Springfield, Mo (12/7/2017) -- Aleksey Illyuk, 28, of Ozark, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, to one count of mail fraud and one count of smuggling goods into the United States. Illyuk admitted that he sold counterfeit automotive airbags and airbag components on his online eBay stores, CarPro 417 and CarPro Electronics...

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Suspect in custody after attempted armed robbery

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Osage Beach, Mo (12/7/17) – At approximately 10:30 a.m. on December 6, 2017, Detectives received information that the owner of the vehicle used in the attempted armed robbery of McDonald’s Restaurant, was not driving the vehicle at the time of the offense. Adam Lee McNally, 33, of Jefferson City, was driving the suspect vehicle at the time of the incident...

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December Fur Kids Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO (12/07/17) - This is Chloe. She is a lab Australian cattle dog mix. She is extremely lovable and playful. She loves to give kisses and will play all day if you let her. She was surrendered by a former owner and they brought her to us. She is a sweet girl and I know she's going to get a home very soon. She's only 11 months so she has a lot of puppy in her. She is willing to learn and great for training. I think Chloe would do good in a home with a family.

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3 dead after shooting at New Mexico high school

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FoxNews.com - (12/7/17) Two students were killed when a gunman opened fire at a northern New Mexico high school Thursday morning, law enforcement officials said. The suspected gunman was also killed, a spokesman for the New Mexico State Police told Fox News. It's unclear how the gunman died or what the motive for the attack may have been.

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Franken resigns from Senate

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FoxNews.com - (12/7/17) Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken announced Thursday he will resign from the U.S. Senate following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct. Minnesota Public Radio reported late Wednesday he would resign, though Franken’s office pushed back saying it wasn’t a done deal yet.  It will be up to Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to appoint a successor.

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  • Sen. Roy Blunt gives thoughts on opioid crisis

    Sen. Roy Blunt gives thoughts on opioid crisis

    Friday, December 15 2017 10:46 PM EST2017-12-16 03:46:54 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/15/2017) Opioids are a growing problem here in the Ozarks, and today Senator Roy Blunt stopped in Springfield to hear from local professionals about their concerns, and what they think should be done on both a local and national level. With topics ranging from the lack of a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, to the need for more training programs for health professionals, Senator Blunt listened and took note. 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/15/2017) Opioids are a growing problem here in the Ozarks, and today Senator Roy Blunt stopped in Springfield to hear from local professionals about their concerns, and what they think should be done on both a local and national level. With topics ranging from the lack of a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, to the need for more training programs for health professionals, Senator Blunt listened and took note. 

  • UPDATE: Spoor family humbled by donations

    UPDATE: Spoor family humbled by donations

    Friday, December 15 2017 10:00 PM EST2017-12-16 03:00:14 GMT

    WEST PLAINS, MO (12/15/17) - UPDATE: Their first Christmas without a father and husband. Fox 5 has been monitoring the GoFundMe page of Greg and Morgan Spoor and have talked with the family and they say there are still selfless people in the world. The Spoor family lost Greg to a tragic accident on November 29th after a deer went through the windshield of the truck he was driving and out the back glass killing him instantly.  Greg left behind friends and family.

    WEST PLAINS, MO (12/15/17) - UPDATE: Their first Christmas without a father and husband. Fox 5 has been monitoring the GoFundMe page of Greg and Morgan Spoor and have talked with the family and they say there are still selfless people in the world. The Spoor family lost Greg to a tragic accident on November 29th after a deer went through the windshield of the truck he was driving and out the back glass killing him instantly.  Greg left behind friends and family.

  • Missouri trooper fired over Lake of the Ozarks drowning death

    Missouri trooper fired over Lake of the Ozarks drowning death

    Friday, December 15 2017 9:39 PM EST2017-12-16 02:39:43 GMT

    Fox2Now.com – (12/15/2017) The Missouri State Highway Patrol has fired a trooper in connection with the 2014 death of a handcuffed man who fell out of the trooper’s boat. 

    Fox2Now.com – (12/15/2017) The Missouri State Highway Patrol has fired a trooper in connection with the 2014 death of a handcuffed man who fell out of the trooper’s boat. 

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  • Uber driver raped 16-year-old girl, authorities say

    Uber driver raped 16-year-old girl, authorities say

    Friday, December 15 2017 7:47 PM EST2017-12-16 00:47:43 GMT

    Foxnews.com -- (12/15/2017) An Uber driver was arrested Thursday in Georgia, accused of raping a 16-year-old female passenger earlier in the week. Abdoulie Jagne, 58, was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail in north central Georgia, Fox 5 Atlanta reported. 

    Foxnews.com -- (12/15/2017) An Uber driver was arrested Thursday in Georgia, accused of raping a 16-year-old female passenger earlier in the week. Abdoulie Jagne, 58, was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail in north central Georgia, Fox 5 Atlanta reported. 

  • American Airlines allegedly tried to charge mom $150 to check breast milk

    American Airlines allegedly tried to charge mom $150 to check breast milk

    Friday, December 15 2017 5:03 PM EST2017-12-15 22:03:12 GMT

    Foxnews.com – (12/15/17) An Arizona woman says airline workers denied her carrying breast milk on board a flight. The airline says it was a mistake and its policy was not properly followed. Sarah Salow was traveling with her husband and infant son, along with several baby-related items, including a stroller, diaper bag and a cooler containing frozen breast milk...

    Foxnews.com – (12/15/17) An Arizona woman says airline workers denied her carrying breast milk on board a flight. The airline says it was a mistake and its policy was not properly followed. Sarah Salow was traveling with her husband and infant son, along with several baby-related items, including a stroller, diaper bag and a cooler containing frozen breast milk...

  • Michael Kors vows to go fur-free in 2018

    Michael Kors vows to go fur-free in 2018

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:40 PM EST2017-12-15 21:40:54 GMT

    Foxnews.com – (12/15/17) Gone are the days of Michael Kors sending big fur coats down the runway. In fact, starting in 2018, you won’t see any fur items in the designer’s collection, unless they’re of the faux variety. After meeting with PETA Friday, Michael Kors CEO John Idol announced the new fur-free policy will cover both the Michael Kors brand as well as Jimmy Choo, which it recently acquired. 

    Foxnews.com – (12/15/17) Gone are the days of Michael Kors sending big fur coats down the runway. In fact, starting in 2018, you won’t see any fur items in the designer’s collection, unless they’re of the faux variety. After meeting with PETA Friday, Michael Kors CEO John Idol announced the new fur-free policy will cover both the Michael Kors brand as well as Jimmy Choo, which it recently acquired. 

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  • Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence allegedly dating

    Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence allegedly dating

    Wednesday, December 13 2017 4:20 PM EST2017-12-13 21:20:17 GMT

    Foxnews.com - (12/13/17) There's a chance for another Brad and Jen, but this time it isn't Jennifer Aniston. Multiple reports are claiming that Jennifer Lawrence and Brad Pitt are now dating. Both stars are newly single, Lawrence recently split from director boyfriend Darren Aronofsky and Pitt is in the process of divorcing longtime partner and wife of two years, Angelia Jolie. 

    Foxnews.com - (12/13/17) There's a chance for another Brad and Jen, but this time it isn't Jennifer Aniston. Multiple reports are claiming that Jennifer Lawrence and Brad Pitt are now dating. Both stars are newly single, Lawrence recently split from director boyfriend Darren Aronofsky and Pitt is in the process of divorcing longtime partner and wife of two years, Angelia Jolie. 

  • 'Let it Go' singers sued by man claiming hit ripped off song

    'Let it Go' singers sued by man claiming hit ripped off song

    Saturday, November 25 2017 1:00 PM EST2017-11-25 18:00:18 GMT
    Foxnews.com (11/25/17) A Chilean singer is suing anyone remotely connected to the smash hit “Let it Go,” claiming it was shamelessly ripped off from one of his songs. Jaime Ciero claims in a new lawsuit that the smash hit from "Frozen" was inspired by his 2008 song “Volar” and wants royalties from Disney, Idina Menzel and Demi Lovato. According to TMZ, Ciero said his single was “a huge international success reaching millions of listeners ...
    Foxnews.com (11/25/17) A Chilean singer is suing anyone remotely connected to the smash hit “Let it Go,” claiming it was shamelessly ripped off from one of his songs. Jaime Ciero claims in a new lawsuit that the smash hit from "Frozen" was inspired by his 2008 song “Volar” and wants royalties from Disney, Idina Menzel and Demi Lovato. According to TMZ, Ciero said his single was “a huge international success reaching millions of listeners ...
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  • Mom claims bath bomb gave daughter chemical burns

    Mom claims bath bomb gave daughter chemical burns

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:00 PM EST2017-12-15 21:00:11 GMT

    Foxnews.com - (12/15/17) A mother is sounding the alarm over one of the season’s hottest toys after she claims it left her daughter with chemical burns. In a Facebook post that has been shared more than 130,000 times, a woman identified as Jennifer Renee shared that she purchased a “Hatchimals” bath bomb for her daughter. 

    Foxnews.com - (12/15/17) A mother is sounding the alarm over one of the season’s hottest toys after she claims it left her daughter with chemical burns. In a Facebook post that has been shared more than 130,000 times, a woman identified as Jennifer Renee shared that she purchased a “Hatchimals” bath bomb for her daughter. 

  • Entrepreneur is set to open in home care facility for seniors

    Entrepreneur is set to open in home care facility for seniors

    Thursday, December 14 2017 5:35 PM EST2017-12-14 22:35:10 GMT

    (Springfield, Mo.--12/14/17) A Springfield entrepreneur is opening a new health care agency to meet the expected demand for caregivers by people who to age in place and families who support their decision. 

    (Springfield, Mo.--12/14/17) A Springfield entrepreneur is opening a new health care agency to meet the expected demand for caregivers by people who to age in place and families who support their decision. 

  • Fire department is understaffed in Central Taney County

    Fire department is understaffed in Central Taney County

    Wednesday, December 13 2017 6:28 PM EST2017-12-13 23:28:06 GMT

    (Taney County, Mo.--12/13/17) A local fire department is understaffed and is fighting more than just fires, they are battling, sickness. 

    (Taney County, Mo.--12/13/17) A local fire department is understaffed and is fighting more than just fires, they are battling, sickness. 

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  • Sen. Roy Blunt gives thoughts on opioid crisis

    Sen. Roy Blunt gives thoughts on opioid crisis

    Friday, December 15 2017 10:46 PM EST2017-12-16 03:46:54 GMT

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/15/2017) Opioids are a growing problem here in the Ozarks, and today Senator Roy Blunt stopped in Springfield to hear from local professionals about their concerns, and what they think should be done on both a local and national level. With topics ranging from the lack of a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, to the need for more training programs for health professionals, Senator Blunt listened and took note. 

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/15/2017) Opioids are a growing problem here in the Ozarks, and today Senator Roy Blunt stopped in Springfield to hear from local professionals about their concerns, and what they think should be done on both a local and national level. With topics ranging from the lack of a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, to the need for more training programs for health professionals, Senator Blunt listened and took note. 

  • UPDATE: Spoor family humbled by donations

    UPDATE: Spoor family humbled by donations

    Friday, December 15 2017 10:00 PM EST2017-12-16 03:00:14 GMT

    WEST PLAINS, MO (12/15/17) - UPDATE: Their first Christmas without a father and husband. Fox 5 has been monitoring the GoFundMe page of Greg and Morgan Spoor and have talked with the family and they say there are still selfless people in the world. The Spoor family lost Greg to a tragic accident on November 29th after a deer went through the windshield of the truck he was driving and out the back glass killing him instantly.  Greg left behind friends and family.

    WEST PLAINS, MO (12/15/17) - UPDATE: Their first Christmas without a father and husband. Fox 5 has been monitoring the GoFundMe page of Greg and Morgan Spoor and have talked with the family and they say there are still selfless people in the world. The Spoor family lost Greg to a tragic accident on November 29th after a deer went through the windshield of the truck he was driving and out the back glass killing him instantly.  Greg left behind friends and family.

  • Missouri trooper fired over Lake of the Ozarks drowning death

    Missouri trooper fired over Lake of the Ozarks drowning death

    Friday, December 15 2017 9:39 PM EST2017-12-16 02:39:43 GMT

    Fox2Now.com – (12/15/2017) The Missouri State Highway Patrol has fired a trooper in connection with the 2014 death of a handcuffed man who fell out of the trooper’s boat. 

    Fox2Now.com – (12/15/2017) The Missouri State Highway Patrol has fired a trooper in connection with the 2014 death of a handcuffed man who fell out of the trooper’s boat. 

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