Ex-city employee admits using city-owned herbicides on private farm

Deputies, Humane Society rescue 180 dogs, rabbits, birds in Greene County

Chase, crash leads to charges against serial vehicle thief

3rd suspect pleads guilty for murder in 2014 in Christian County

Woman who caused fatal crash is charged with manslaughter

Teenager said murder victim tried to help him before he killed her

Crime Stopper fugitive of the week: Robert Carlock

Jury convicts man for firing shot at man who argued with shooter's mom

DASHCAM VIDEO: KC-area officer struggles with suspect with a gun

Judge OKs trying teenager as adult for murder in Greene County

Missouri teen shot after alleged cookie theft files lawsuit

Woman takes plea deal for murder in 2014 in Christian County

Police say man beat girlfriend while 'tripping' on pot

Woman likely was beaten not shot at home in north Springfield

Man pleads guilty for recorded attack on couple in Springfield

Man gets prison term for stealing, burning fire engine

Newton County assessor resigned after guilty plea

Man robs convenience store, fires shot in Nixa

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