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Thousands of rape-kits go untested in Missouri Video included

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Attorney General Josh Hawley released staggering numbers Thursday on how many rape kits sit untested in Missouri.

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World of Weather: Eruption enters 4th week Video included

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Lava continues to pour out of at least 6 active fissures on Hawaii's big island as the eruption of Kilauea enters its fourth week.

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Donation grants Branson Police a new k-9 officer

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The Branson Police Department will be able to expand their K-9 unit thanks to a generous donation.

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Sloths now on exhibit at Dickerson Park Zoo

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Dickerson Park Zoo introduces the public to two new female sloths.

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Arrest made in first degree arson case

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A Joplin man has been arrested for intentionally setting a fire that has displaced one family.

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Kickapoo names new principal

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Springfield Public Schools has announced who is taking the lead at Kickapoo High School.

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CoxHealth adds additional telemedicine support

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Living with cystic fibrosis is a challenge no family wants to face, but CoxHealth is now using telemedicine to make life a little easier for young patients (and their families) dealing with the progressive disease. Instead of having to travel for care during flare-ups. patients are now able to stay at Cox South and connect via telemedicine to Washington University. 

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Inmate Commits Suicide Outside Greene County Jail Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.)  Authorities are still combing for answers as they continue to investigate how a prisoner obtained a gun. 

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Pay It Forward - May 2018 Video included

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Springfield, MO -- “There’s always something to do. There’s always something you can connect with in the community where there’s some help being needed.” 

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Lost and found: Silver Dollar City talks child safety Video included

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This summer when you visit amusement parks it’s hard to keep an eye on your little one at all times. For parents it’s a scary thing to turn around and your child not be by your side. But at the Measuring Station at Silver Dollar City, safety is priority.

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Trump pulls out of meeting with North Korea

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Foxnews.com -- President Trump on Thursday canceled the highly anticipated summit with North Korea that was set for next month, calling the talks “inappropriate” following the “hostility” displayed in the latest comments from dictator Kim Jong Un. 

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13 Dogs Trapped in sweltering hot car

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A horrific case of animal abuse out of West St. Louis County. More than a dozen dogs were left trapped inside of a sweltering hot car for hours, one of whom later died. 

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Mexican national sentenced for cocaine trafficking

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 A Mexican national, stopped en route from Arizona to Ohio, was sentenced in federal court today for possessing at least five kilograms of cocaine with the intent to distribute.

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Hunger Doesn't Take A Summer Vacation Video included

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(Taney County, MO.) Across the Ozarks schools are getting out for summer and while most students will leave their classrooms happy for break some parents will be fretting about how to feed their children without meals provided through schools.

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Dry drowning dangers this summer Video included

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As pools are opening this Memorial Weekend parents should be cautious about a silent killer. It’s called dry drowning. It's rare but it does happen and it is deadly. With the summer season kicking off this weekend, parents there are a few things to know about keeping your kids safe this summer. A child can appear to be fine after getting out of a pool but then start having trouble breathing hours later.

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NFL adopts new anthem policy

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The NFL owners have voted to approve a new anthem policy that would fine teams for personnel who do not stand for the national anthem before games.

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Greitens' former mistress speaks out

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For the first time ever, the woman at the center of the invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens is now sharing her side of the story. 

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World of Weather: Volcanic fears continue in Hawaii Video included

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Huge flows of lava continue to pour into the ocean creating a hazardous haze, while lava continue to inch closer to a Puna geothermal plant.

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Greitens pulled over for speeding

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Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was pulled over last week for speeding while running a personal errand in Warren County. The governor was not given a ticket.

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Woman dies after crashing into bridge abutment

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Woman left dead after vehicle traveled off road and struck a bridge abutment. According to highway patrol, the accident occurred at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22.

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VIDEO: Eagle snatches fox holding rabbit in mouth

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Videos and photos captured a bald eagle attempting to snatch a rabbit from a young red fox as they battled it out 20 feet in the air in what a photographer called a “dramatic act of thievery.”   

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Deadly plane crash in Polk County Video included

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A plane crash in Polk County Tuesday has left one man dead. The pilot of the aircraft was transported by ambulance to Citizens Memorial Hospital in Bolivar, where he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead.

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Update: Springfield Police search for missing girl

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The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing and endangered child.

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Suspects in killing of Baltimore County police officer arrested

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Four suspects in the death of a Baltimore County police officer have been caught.

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World of Weather: Lava flows reach the ocean Video included

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Huge lava flows from active volcanic rifts on Hawaii's big island have reached the ocean, creating even more hazards.

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New special prosecutor assigned to Greitens investigation

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Prosecutors could now possibly be one step closer to bringing the felony invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens back to trial.

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SPD Patrol vehicle involved in pedestrian crash

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A Springfield police officer striked two pedestrians with his patrol vehicle on May 18, 2018 at the intersection of St. Louis St. and Jefferson Ave.

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Troopers out on the water this Memorial Weekend Video included

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With only a week away from Memorial Day the Highway Patrol wants to remind folks to stay safe out on the water. After a fatal boating crash over the weekend at Lake of the Ozarks where a boat ran into a rock bluff, Troop D says you can still have fun on the water but there are tips to staying safe. “Sadly, throughout our country close to 500 people lose their lives in recreational boating crashes," says Jason Pace with the Highway Patrol. 

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Baltimore police officer fatally shot

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A suspect remains at large after fatally shooting a Baltimore police officer.

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Branson man pleads guilty to murder

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A Branson man involved in a love triangle has pleaded guilty to murder charges.

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Two injured after Downtown Springfield shooting

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Springfield police are still searching for the suspect or suspects responsible for a Downtown Springfield shooting that injured two people.

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Special needs campers head to Wonders of Wildlife Video included

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Twenty special needs campers of all ages, from all over the Ozarks, headed to Wonders of Wildlife Friday night for an overnight stay. 

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World of Weather: More lava in Hawaii Video included

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More eruptions in the lower Puna area on Hawaii's big island today as the eruption of the Kilauea volcano shows no signs of quieting down.

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Shay's battle with cancer comes to an end Video included

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Friends and family of TaShayla Clayton have reached out to FOX 5 letting us know that Shay's battle with cancer is now over. She peacefully passed away earlier this afternoon at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. 

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Man found guilty of kidnapping his wife

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A man was convicted Friday by a Greene County jury of holding his wife against her will in Springfield after driving to her residence in Arkansas and threatening to shoot her if she didn’t go back to Springfield with him.

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Protect Yourself From Summer Scams

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(Springfield, Mo.) Summer is a great time to take that long- overdue vacation, but as the weather heats up, so do scams. 

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Protecting your home from burglaries while on vacation Video included

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Summer is known as burglary season and every 15 seconds in the U.S. a home is burglarized. But the Springfield police say there are things you can do to protect your belongings while you’re gone. The summer months is prime time for home invasions! Jacob Miller, a crime prevention officer with the Springfield Police, says make your home look like you haven’t left.

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Cuban airline jet crashes at Havana airport

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Only three passengers have survived a plane crash in Cuba.

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Oklahoma man sentenced for illegal firearms

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A man whose crime spree began with a carjacking in Branson, Mo., and included terrorizing a grandmother and granddaughter at gunpoint in her apartment before he was tasered and arrested inside a Springfield, Mo., church, was sentenced in federal court today.

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Texas high school shooting leaves at least 10 dead

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A high school shooting in Texas has resulted in the death of multiple people and the suspect in custody.

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Missouri House sues Greitens' campaign Video included

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The Missouri House Committee that has been investigating Governor Eric Greitens is now suing Greitens' campaign.

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World of Weather: Explosive morning on Kilauea Video included

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A powerful eruption this morning at the Kilauea volcano launched ash tens of thousands of feet into the air, and more eruptions may be on the way.

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Schools Could be Required to Expand Sexual Education Curriculum Video included

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(Ozark, Mo.) The Missouri legislature has voted to require school districts that teach sex education to include information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent.

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Golden Apple Winner - May 2018 Video included

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Before this school year is over, one lucky teacher is receives our Golden Apple award.

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Springfield man sentenced for enticing a minor for sex

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A Springfield man has been sentenced in federal court for attempting to entice a minor to engage in illicit sexual activity.

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Officer shot in the head in 2015 honors fallen heroes Video included

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In 2017 we saw a large amount of officers that lost their lives in the line of duty. A Peace Officers Memorial Service was held,today, and Officer Aaron Pearson spoke for the first time to a crowd after being shot in the head in 2015. "I’m retired and, unfortunately, the way things happened I'm no longer, I can’t, I just can’t work anymore," says the former officer. 

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Gina Haspel confirmed as CIA director

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The Senate has confirmed Gina Haspel to lead the CIA.

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Branson Police warn residents of a possible roofer scam

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The Branson Police Department are warning residents of a scam involving a business claiming to be a roofing company that is trying to pressure residents to conduct business over the phone. This particular company is calling residents from a Thayer, Missouri phone number and giving a sales pitch over the phone.

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Springfield-Branson National Airport hosts disaster drill Video included

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The Springfield-Branson National Airport hosted a disaster drill Wednesday to ensure first responders, medical personnel and airport officials were all prepared for the worst case scenario.

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World of Weather: More unrest in Hawaii Video included

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Concerns are increasing at Kilauea's summit that powerful steam blasts may be on the way as volcanic unrest continues.

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Police arrest woman connected to Buffalo toddlers death Video included

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New details tonight in the death of 2-year-old Kinzlea Kilgore. The toddler was pronounced dead in the early hours of Mother's Day after emergency crews responded to a home in the 600 block of East Main Street. An arrest was made, today, in Springfield in connection to the toddlers death. Sierra Barrett, 25, has pending charges of child abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. 

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Republic man sentenced for loan fraud, failing to pay employment taxes

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A former business owner was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for providing false information in order to receive a $1.45 million loan, and for failing to pay employment taxes for the now-defunct business.

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Youth Suicidal Behavior is on The Rise Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) Suicide, especially among children and teens, is a public health crisis that affects all of us and concern is rising in Greene County. 

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Man in custody after home burglary, assault in Greene County

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One man is in custody after assaulting a female during a home burglary. A deputy arrived at the location and observed the suspect's vehicle, a maroon Mercury Grand Marquis, backing out of the driveway. The male stopped in the roadway and was taken into custody without incident.

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Reports of shots fired near Springfield clinic

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Springfield police investigated a report of shots fired in the 2200 block of West Kearney. Multiple people in the area reported hearing multiple shots being fired.

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World of Weather: Lava flows in Hawaii Video included

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Volcanic activity remains high on Hawaii's big island, officials issuing a red alert for air quality as the eruption blasts out more dangerous gasses.

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Residents voice concern over possible SPS cybersecurity breach Video included

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Some Springfield residents are concerned after they say they suffered a cybersecurity breach through Springfield Public Schools. 

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Greitens may have used shell companies to hide donations

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A Special House committee says Missouri Governor Eric Greitens may have concealed where some of its fundraising cash for his gubernatorial campaign was coming from.

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Missourian Biking 1,000 Miles for Mental Health Awareness Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.) A Springfield native is loading up for a ride around the country on a 1,000 mile bike ride to raise awareness for a cause near to his heart. 

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Missouri ranks as the worst state for puppy mills Video included

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The Humane Society of the United States released its 100 list of problem puppy mills and dog sellers. And for the sixth year in a row Missouri is ranking number one in complaints.  The list, being dubbed the Horrible Hundred, reports cruel conditions where pet breeding operations focus on profit over animal welfare. Missouri, currently, has 23 puppy mills where puppy’s can be found with open wounds.

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Police investigate Circuit Attorney's Office in Gov. Greitens' case

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St. Louis police launch an investigation into how the city prosecutor's office handled the felony invasion of privacy case against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.

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Crime Stoppers fugitive of the week

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Springfield, Mo. -- This week’s featured fugitive is Alex Lindsey. 

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Letter Carriers’ bring in 250,000 pounds of food

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Springfield, Mo. -- The people of the Ozarks delivered, and so did the letter carriers – literally. The National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) report more than 252,000 pounds of food on Saturday during the 26th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive. 

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Greitens invasion of privacy case dismissed

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The invasion of privacy case against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was dismissed Monday.

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World of Weather: Eruption continues in Hawaii Video included

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The big island of Hawaii rocked by more earthquakes and new volcanic fissures over the weekend, sending more people feeling their homes.

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'Superman' star Margot Kidder dies at 69

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Margot Kidder, best known for her role as Lois Lane in the "Superman" films of the 1970s and 80s, has died. 

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Parents react to lockdown at elementary school Video included

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An elementary school in Springfield was placed on an internal lockdown this morning. 

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Sharing the road with motorcyclists Video included

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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and among the highest counties where motorists are fatally injured in a crash is Greene County. In recognition of motorcycle safety the Missouri State Highway patrol is reminding riders and drivers to do their part. Spring is in the air and that means more motorcycles on the road. But that, also, means motorists interested only in four-wheeled vehicles still have a major responsibility.

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Bolivar woman pleads not guilty in sons death

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A Bolivar mother who is accused of second degree murder in the death of her son entered a not guilty plea in court today.

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Courthouse worker charged with illegally selling firearms

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Springfield, Mo. – A Jefferson City, Mo., man who supervises workers at the federal courthouse in Jefferson City has been charged in federal court with illegally selling 11 firearms to a convicted felon. 

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Supreme Court rules states can legalize sports betting

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The Supreme Court has overturned the ban on sports betting.

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Alleged photo not found on Greitens' phone

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ST. LOUIS -- Just days before Missouri Governor Eric Greitens' felony invasion of privacy trial is set to begin, Greitens' attorneys say there is still no evidence of the incriminating photo that's been at the center of all the allegations. 

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Two Joplin detectives honored for work on behalf of child victims

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Timothy A. Garrison, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, presented the annual Crystal Kipper & Ali Kemp Memorial Award Friday to two detectives in the Joplin Police Department in recognition of their valued contributions to investigating and prosecuting those who prey upon children. 

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SPS names new Director of Elementary Learning

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Springfield Public Schools have announced that Dr. Michael Methvin has been named the district’s new Director of Elementary Learning, effective July 1. 

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Fugitive of the Week

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Springfield, Mo. -- Crime Stoppers has announced its Fugitive of the Week. This week’s featured fugitive is Scott Vert. Vert is wanted for a parole violation warrant with an original charge of assault.

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UPDATE: Aurora officer involved shooting Video included

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A surprising development in the officer involved shooting that 21-year-old killed Savannah Hill. Police are calling it a traffic stop gone wrong. And that Hill, whom died of a gunshot wound from an Aurora officer had set up the traffic stop for police to capture a wanted felon, 19-year-old Mason Farris. The probable cause statement obtained by fox 5 shows that Hill contacted the Aurora Police Department and that she was at a Casey’s gas station with Farris.

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Dozens of Women Volunteering to Build Affordable Housing Video included

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Affordable decent housing and inspiring women to get involved at construction sites, that's the motivation behind National Women Build Week. 

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Shooting reported at California high school

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A suspect is in custody after reports of a school shooting in Palmdale, California.

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Loved and Lost: Justin's Story Video included

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After 5 months of being married, Stacie became a widow at the age of 25. Meeting her soon to be husband, Justin Baker, at Southwest Baptist University during her junior year on a mission trip to New Orleans. "That’s just, kind of, where I saw the personality he had, the person he was, and the heart that he had," remembers Stacie. "He was very selfless and giving. 

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Lake Ozark police search for missing man

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The Lake Ozark Police Department has issued an Endangered SILVER Advisory for a missing adult and is asking for the public's help. 

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Family in shock after lightning strikes Ozark home Video included

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Lightning struck an Ozark home early Thursday morning during a severe thunderstorm, leaving one local family without a place to stay.

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Letter Carriers' Food Drive Helps Fight Hunger Video included

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You can help fight hunger without even leaving your home. 

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Unloaded gun located on Glendale school property Video included

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Glendale High School officials locate an unloaded handgun in a student's vehicle after receiving a tip.

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Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un set for June 12 in Singapore

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The U.S. and North Korea summit has a set date and place.

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Americans freed from North Korea back on U.S. soil Video included

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President Donald Trump greeted the three American detainees freed from North Korea early Thursday morning at Andrews Air Force Base.

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Mother pleads guilty to son's death Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Polk County woman has now claimed responsibility for the death of her 19-year-old autistic son back in 2016.

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Police recover 200 pounds of cannabis during safety inspection

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Arkansas Highway Police discovered 200 pounds of cannabis during a commercial vehicle motor carrier safety inspection Sunday at the Alma Weigh Station—the fifth major drug seizure at the location in the last six months, officials say.

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Furniture company up against years of complaints, negative reviews

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A Missouri-based manufacturer of hand-crafted gun concealment and rustic furniture, Rough Country Rustic Furniture, continues to rack up and ignore consumer complaints while taking new orders.

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Branson Police arrest three, recover two stolen vehicles

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Officers of the Branson Police Department arrested 3 individuals on Monday in connection with two incidents of vehicle theft, recovering both vehicles in the process.

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Living with dyslexia Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO - One out of 5 people have dyslexia. For 9-year-old Caroline, she's not letting her trouble with reading get in the way of her goals. Her type of dyslexia makes it hard for her to sound out words. Making her guess what the word is. “Words, they kind of look like mumble jumble," she says. "They would look mashed!” Her mother, Heather, says she started noticing signs when Caroline was going into the third grade. 

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Teen Hailed as Hero After Saving Family From House Fire Video included

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(Harrison Ark.--05/09/18)  A Harrison, Ark. family is grieving the deaths of a 93-year- old World War II Veteran who perished in a house fire that reduced their home to rubble.

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American prisoners held in North Korea on their way home

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is returning home from North Korea with three American prisoners who were detained and sentenced over the past two years in North Korea.

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Greitens' phone under examination just days before trial Video included

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ST. LOUIS -- Governor Eric Greitens' phone and emails are now under review just days before the start of his trial.

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Greene County Sheriff's Office report shows lower crime rates

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Greene County officials have announced the first quarter crime statistics report of 2018, showing an overall decrease in crime compared to this time last year. The first quarter report includes statistics from January through March.

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Branson Police arrest alleged serial burglar

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The Branson Police Department has arrested a man who has been linked to a string of recent burglaries and thefts in the Branson area. Police say the suspect is homeless and was living out of his vehicle.

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Vandalism involving eggs, racial slurs considered prank, not hate crime

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Springfield Police have connected two Springfield-area vandalism incidents involving eggs, spray paint and racial slurs, and have determined them to be pranks, not hate crimes. Through follow-up investigation, police were able to connect four male suspects to the two cases.

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Health Experts Aim to Help Students with Mental Health and Violence Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--05/08/28) As concerns grow about mental health issues impacting young people, research shows one in five children have some sort of mental health condition.

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Trump announces plans to withdraw from Iran nuclear agreement

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President Trump will withdraw the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal.

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NY attorney general accused of physical violence by four women

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Four women have come forward to accuse New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of physical abuse and controlling behavior during romantic relationships or encounters,The New Yorker reported in a bombshell exposé co-written by Ronan Farrow and published Monday night.

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New push to tighten law on distracted driving Video included

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(Springfield, Mo.--05/07/18) The Springfield City Council is considering changing it's laws to tackle distracted driving. It can be hard to go anywhere without cell phones. 

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Summer meal program hopes to help with poverty Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO - Many students in Greene County are forced to skip meals due to the high poverty rate if they’re not in school. That’s why Springfield Public Schools is the largest provider for free summer meals in the state. With a little over 10,000 meals served a day Springfield Public Schools are gearing up for their summer meal program. Amy Gibbons, the director of nutritional services, with the schools says 54 percent of students have free and reduced lunches.

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Source of half of mysterious payment in Greitens case revealed

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More is now known about the money trail that pushed the story of Missouri Governor Eric Greitens' affair.

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6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Hawaii’s Big Island, USGS says, following a recent volcanic eruption

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A 6.9-magnitude earthquake rattled the Big Island of Hawaii on Friday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, following a recent volcanic eruption.

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Baby giraffe born at Dickerson Park Zoo

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As the rain on Thursday cleared, along with the late afternoon sun came the arrival of Dickerson Park Zoo’s newest baby.

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Springfield man in custody after pulling a gun on officers

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Springfield, Mo. -- Springfield Police have identified a man who pulled a gun out on an officer Thursday night.

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Wonders of Wildlife named America’s Best Aquarium

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Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium has been voted America’s Best Aquarium through a national public poll conducted by USA TODAY ranking the top 20 prominent institutions across North America.

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Woman lived with cockroach in her ear for 9 days

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A Florida woman lived through a real-life nightmare last month and is now sharing how she came to learn that a cockroach crawled into her ear while she was sleeping. 

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Christian County Food Pantry Settles Into New Home Video included

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(Ozark, Mo.--05/04/18) An Ozarks food pantry that provides monthly groceries to thousands of people is officially moved into their new facility to meet a greater demand.

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Summer illnesses on the rise Video included

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SPRINGFIELD, MO - Summer is right around the corner and kids growing up in the Ozarks like to go to ball parks, the creek, and camping. But that, also, means they are susceptible to summer diseases. They’re lurking in the grass and in the air! From mosquito’s to tick’s almost everyone has been bitten by a vector. John Brown, with Mercy, says in the last 12 years there’s been a significant increase in mosquito and tick borne illnesses.

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Hawaii volcano erupts, evacuations issued Video included

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Evacuations are underway in Hawaii after lava began erupting into a residential area.

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Mo Legislature announce special session on Gov. Greitens

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The Missouri legislature has called itself into a special session on Thursday to consider impeaching Gov. Eric Greitens’ following allegations of sexual misconduct and misuse of charity resources. 

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No cameras allowed in courtroom during Gov. Greitens privacy case

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The judge in the invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens rules that cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom for the upcoming trial. 

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Organizations Come Together to Impact Poverty Video included

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(Branson, Mo.---05/03/18) Poverty is a major concern for communities across the Tri-Lakes area. 

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  • Thousands of rape-kits go untested in Missouri

    Thousands of rape-kits go untested in Missouri

    Thursday, May 24 2018 11:40 PM EDT2018-05-25 03:40:35 GMT

    Attorney General Josh Hawley released staggering numbers Thursday on how many rape kits sit untested in Missouri.

    Attorney General Josh Hawley released staggering numbers Thursday on how many rape kits sit untested in Missouri.

  • Donation grants Branson Police a new k-9 officer

    Donation grants Branson Police a new k-9 officer

    Thursday, May 24 2018 9:15 PM EDT2018-05-25 01:15:13 GMT

    The Branson Police Department will be able to expand their K-9 unit thanks to a generous donation.

    The Branson Police Department will be able to expand their K-9 unit thanks to a generous donation.

  • Sloths now on exhibit at Dickerson Park Zoo

    Sloths now on exhibit at Dickerson Park Zoo

    Thursday, May 24 2018 9:10 PM EDT2018-05-25 01:10:28 GMT

    Dickerson Park Zoo introduces the public to two new female sloths.

    Dickerson Park Zoo introduces the public to two new female sloths.

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  • World of Weather: Eruption enters 4th week

    World of Weather: Eruption enters 4th week

    Thursday, May 24 2018 11:38 PM EDT2018-05-25 03:38:23 GMT

    Lava continues to pour out of at least 6 active fissures on Hawaii's big island as the eruption of Kilauea enters its fourth week.

    Lava continues to pour out of at least 6 active fissures on Hawaii's big island as the eruption of Kilauea enters its fourth week.

  • CoxHealth adds additional telemedicine support

    CoxHealth adds additional telemedicine support

    Thursday, May 24 2018 7:11 PM EDT2018-05-24 23:11:31 GMT

    Living with cystic fibrosis is a challenge no family wants to face, but CoxHealth is now using telemedicine to make life a little easier for young patients (and their families) dealing with the progressive disease. Instead of having to travel for care during flare-ups. patients are now able to stay at Cox South and connect via telemedicine to Washington University. 

    Living with cystic fibrosis is a challenge no family wants to face, but CoxHealth is now using telemedicine to make life a little easier for young patients (and their families) dealing with the progressive disease. Instead of having to travel for care during flare-ups. patients are now able to stay at Cox South and connect via telemedicine to Washington University. 

  • Weinstein expected to turn himself in

    Weinstein expected to turn himself in

    Thursday, May 24 2018 6:51 PM EDT2018-05-24 22:51:21 GMT

    foxnews.com -- Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is planning to turn himself in to the Manhattan District Attorney's office on Friday, an NYPD source confirmed to Fox News. Weinstein is expected to face charges connected to an investigation opened by the NYPD and the Manhattan District Attorney’s office into claims of alleged sexual misconduct, The New York Daily News reported. He is anticipated to surrender to authorities prior to being brought to the...

    foxnews.com -- Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is planning to turn himself in to the Manhattan District Attorney's office on Friday, an NYPD source confirmed to Fox News. Weinstein is expected to face charges connected to an investigation opened by the NYPD and the Manhattan District Attorney’s office into claims of alleged sexual misconduct, The New York Daily News reported. He is anticipated to surrender to authorities prior to being brought to the...

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  • Thousands of rape-kits go untested in Missouri

    Thousands of rape-kits go untested in Missouri

    Thursday, May 24 2018 11:40 PM EDT2018-05-25 03:40:35 GMT

    Attorney General Josh Hawley released staggering numbers Thursday on how many rape kits sit untested in Missouri.

    Attorney General Josh Hawley released staggering numbers Thursday on how many rape kits sit untested in Missouri.

  • World of Weather: Eruption enters 4th week

    World of Weather: Eruption enters 4th week

    Thursday, May 24 2018 11:38 PM EDT2018-05-25 03:38:23 GMT

    Lava continues to pour out of at least 6 active fissures on Hawaii's big island as the eruption of Kilauea enters its fourth week.

    Lava continues to pour out of at least 6 active fissures on Hawaii's big island as the eruption of Kilauea enters its fourth week.

  • Donation grants Branson Police a new k-9 officer

    Donation grants Branson Police a new k-9 officer

    Thursday, May 24 2018 9:15 PM EDT2018-05-25 01:15:13 GMT

    The Branson Police Department will be able to expand their K-9 unit thanks to a generous donation.

    The Branson Police Department will be able to expand their K-9 unit thanks to a generous donation.

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