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One person killed in a crash at Lake Springfield

Missouri sheriff offers personal money as a reward after student dies from heroin overdose

Branson leaders discuss what's next near Table Rock Dam

Flooding potential leads many lake residents to leave home for higher ground

Body in concrete-encased container is missing Missouri blind man's

Taneycomo homeowners brace for possible record flooding

Leaders prepare for possible flooding in Ozark

Residents, Corps of Engineers prepare for possible flood below Beaver Dam

Emergency management offices prepare for flooding

Branson area prepares for major flooding

NPS suspends search for missing canoeist on Buffalo River

Commercial Club hosts meeting on footbridge restoration

Arkansas governor calls for special session

4 executions in 8 days: what's next for death row in Arkansas?

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