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Huge drug bust in Pulaski County, authorities seize make-shift stun gun

Rolla Police SWAT Team and Pulaski County authorities detain 10 people in drug bust Friday night.

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Easter Sunrise Service in Springfield at Hammons Field

Easter Sunrise Service in Springfield at Hammons Field

The community-wide Easter Sunrise Service starts at 6a.m. at Hammons Field in downtown Springfield. Dr. Robert Spence is the featured speaker.

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Part 2 How to create an Easter wreath on a budget

Part 2: How to create an Easter wreath on a budget.

FYI Guy Jeremy Rabe shows us part 2 of how to make an Easter wreath.

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Part 1 How to make an inexpensive Easter wreath

Part 1: How to make an inexpensive Easter wreath

FYI Guy Jeremy Rabe makes an Easter wreath on a budget. Check out the video to see how he does it!

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Transcendence and Bears movie reviews

Transcendence and Bears movie reviews.

Your Movie Friend Aaron Dicer sizes up two new movies at the weekend box office. Check out his reviews in the video above! And, more reviews at ky3.com.

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Great Easter weekend ahead

Great Easter weekend ahead

We'll stay warm and dry through Sunday night. Highs will be in the mid 70s Saturday and Sunday.

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Springfield residents can have 2 yard sales each year

Garage sale permits required in Springfield

Garage sale permits required in Springfield

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Eggscellent Easter Egg hunting weather

Eggscellent Easter Egg hunting weather

Very nice weather is expected for the Easter Weekend. The rain is expected to hold off until after dark Sunday evening. Find out how warm the weekend will be by watching the forecast.

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Woman injured in shooting in Brighton Friday evening

Greene County Sheriff's investigators believe the shooting happened after a dispute over property.

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Proposed tax could generate $8-billion for Missouri transportation

Drivers across the Show-Me State have been seeing a lot of road construction in recent years. 

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Accused killer of Hailey Owens wants statements thrown out

Defense attorney says Craig Michael Wood asked for questioning to stop.

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Elex Integrity Unit

Secretary of State, House Republicans argue over budget, election integrity

Two sides at odds over $80,000 for Elections Integrity Unit.

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Molina's error helps Nationals beat Cardinals 3-1

WASHINGTON (AP) — Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina's throwing error combined with Michael Wacha's wild pitch to allow two unearned runs in the seventh inning, breaking a tie and helping Gio Gonzalez and the Washington Nationals beat St. Louis 3-1 Friday night.

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Kansas City Royals name George Brett as interim hitting coach

Vargas shuts down Twins, leads Royals to 5-0 win

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jason Vargas pitched seven shutdown innings, Mike Moustakas cracked a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals romped to a 5-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Friday night.

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Man charged in Kansas City-area highway shootings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say a man has been charged with 18 felony counts in connection with about a dozen recent random highway shootings that have wounded three people in the Kansas City area.

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Springfield Bomb Squad investigates suspicious package found outside Hurley Post Office

Officials say the wooden box was found wrapped in duct tape and had wires protruding from it.

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Controversial remarks made by Marionville mayor

Marionville aldermen set special meeting on Monday on mayor's comments

At least two aldermen want the board to draft a resolution in response to Mayor Dan Clevenger's comments about Jewish people.

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2 races will block roads in Springfield on Saturday

The Go Girl Run starts at 7.  The Easter Seals 5K starts at 10.

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OTC will implement "tiered tuition" plan

The college's Board of Trustees voted on a plan called "tiered tuition", which will bring different tuition rates for different programs. 


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The Great Passion Play

Great Passion Play prepares for opening weekend, gears up for biggest season in decades

The Great Passion Play about to start 47th season in Eureka Springs.

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Beautiful Easter weekend ahead

Beautiful Easter weekend ahead

Sunny weather Saturday will be followed by increasing clouds on Easter Sunday. There is a chance for rain late Sunday and Monday. Get the latest temperature forecast by watching the video.

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Theta Chi members work to be better men

MSU fraternity guys work to be better men

Theta Chi member John Jurss says, "Maybe we're not really being the men that we ought to be, and maybe we should look into it more and see that there's more than what our culture is telling us."

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Justice scales

Patient seeks damages against doctor for nude photos

State police say investigators found numerous images of nude women, including the plaintiff, on the cellphone of Dr. Paul Becton of Paragould.

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President Clinton

Released documents: In 1993, Clinton sought Republican support for health care

The Clinton White House tried seek out at least eight moderate Republicans to build support for health care reform. The plan never made it out of a House committee.

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Shooting scene, South Roanoke Avenue, Springfield

Prosecutor charges 3 for shooting during pot buy near Springfield

Investigators say the teenage victim and his attackers knew each other.

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Jeannia Smiley-Hall

Woman is accused of helping with home invasion that terrorized elderly woman

Charges follow a three-month investigation of a series of crimes.  Jeannia Smiley-Hall is a sister of one of the four men who were charged two months ago.

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Frank Haith leaving Mizzou for Tulsa hoops job

Leaving after missing NCAA tourney, three years at Missouri.

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(img1)Consumer Reports: Home insurance you can count on

Consumer Reports: Home insurance you can count on

When a storm slams through your front door, the damages you suffer are often determined by fate.

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Mostly sunny and warm Friday and Saturday

Mostly sunny and warm Friday and Saturday

Skies stay mostly sunny through Saturday. Cloud cover increases Sunday but most of the area stays dry.

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Help Wanted

Pet food plant expanding, adding jobs in Verona

Company to spend $14 million, add 24 new jobs.

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Video: What are all those crosses for?

Springfield, Mo. - Darren Alexander who is apart of the group Carrythecrossnow.com came together Friday morning to do what they call, "sharing the love of Christ". This is Darren's first year holding a cross up on the side of the highway but he's been promoting it on the radio for the last three years. He's a radio personality on Spirit FM Radio. Darren and several others were on Highway 65,…

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Pictures: Crosses on Highway 65

Springfield, Mo. - Darren Alexander who is apart of the group Carrythecrossnow.com came together Friday morning to do what they call, "sharing the love of Christ". This is Darren's first year holding a cross up on the side of the highway but he's been promoting it on the radio for the last three years. He's a radio personality on Spirit FM Radio. Darren and several others were on Highway 65,…

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Museum near Springfield could have triceratops fossils on Monday

A team from the Missouri Institute of Natural Science unearthed the majority of the bones last June.

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Photos: Dinosaur excavation for triceratops bones coming to Springfield

The Missouri Institute of Natural Science (MINS) hopes to welcome a new and large permanent resident on Monday.  Matt Forir, director of the museum at MINS, plans to arrive from Wyoming with him the fossilized remains of a triceratops.

Members of the institute dig team are already familiar with this triceratops.  Carrie Mackey Hammond, Doug Gere, Lori Strawhun, Brett Houser, Joel Alexander, Samie…

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Highway Funding

Missouri Senate panel endorses 1-percent transportation sales tax

The measure would head to the November ballot for voter approval if the full Senate approves it.

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Jobless rate down

Arkansas unemployment rate dips below 7 percent

First drop to below 7 percent in five years.

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Controversial remarks made by Marionville mayor

Marionville mayor sparks controversy with remarks about Jewish people

Mayor's comments followed the arrest of Marionville native Glenn Miller, accused in the deaths of three people at two Jewish community sites.

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Joplin prepares to open several new safe rooms

Rooms can hold 1,000 to 1,500 people.

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Houses passes education aid for dyslexia

Bill would extend help under "Bryce's Law."

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Corps of Engineers

Barry County campground will not open this year

Corps of Engineers says budget will keep Viney Creek closed.

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Dale Bumpers

Wildlife refuge to be renamed after former Senator, Governor

A national wildlife refuge in southeastern Arkansas will be renamed after former Gov. and U.S. Sen. Dale Bumpers.

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State of Missouri

Missouri House votes to expand sales tax exemptions

Pizza parlors, doughnut stores and other restaurants could get a tax break under legislation passed by the Missouri House.

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Saving green on green appliances

Saving green on green appliances

In Missouri shoppers can save on appliances during the 6th Annual Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday.

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Blues beat Blackhawks 4-3 in 3 OTs

Alexander Steen scores winner at 26 seconds of third OT.

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Handcuffs and police lights

Man arrested, stolen cars found after long standoff

Suspected wanted on several warrants barricaded himself in house.

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Warm and sunny for Friday

Warm and sunny for Friday

Friday and Saturday will both be mostly sunny and warmer. We stay dry throughout the day on Sunday but will have increasing cloud cover.

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12 bricks dedicated to Victims Memorial

Hailey Owens, ten others remembered in Springfield's Victims' Memorial Garden

Thursday, city leaders paid a special tribute to victims of crime at the Victims' Memorial Garden at Phelps Grove Park.  Eleven victims were honored, including Hailey Owens. 

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Update: Kansas City police have suspect in custody in highway shootings

A male suspect has been taken into custody in connection with as many as 20 highway shootings in the Kansas City, Missouri, area, that began in early March, police said Thursday.

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Warmer as we head towards Easter

Warmer as we head towards Easter

Clouds should clear on Friday leading to a nice warm heading towards Easter. A few showers are possible late on Easter Sunday. Get the latest forecast by watching the video.

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Wainwright's 2-hitter leads Cards past Nats 8-0

WASHINGTON (AP) — Adam Wainwright threw a two-hitter Thursday night for his seventh career shutout, chipped in at the plate with a double and single, and St. Louis benefited from four errors by Washington in the Cardinals' 8-0 victory.

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Kansas City Royals name George Brett as interim hitting coach

Shields strikes out 12, Royals sweep Astros 5-1

HOUSTON (AP) — James Shields struck out 12 in eight innings and the Kansas City Royals completed a three-game sweep of the Houston Astros with a 5-1 win on Thursday night.

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real time Joplin

Weather Channel show on Joplin tornado includes KY3 reporter

Ashley Reynolds talked about covering the tornado in Joplin on May 5, 2011.

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Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

Wilson's Creek National Battlefield admission is free this weekend

This is National Park Week, so this weekend is a good time to visit.

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Joplin tornado damage

City of Nixa has 25 free weather radios for senior citizens

Anyone 55 and older who lives inside the city can go to City Hall to get a voucher for a free Weather Alert Radio (first come, first served).

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(img1)Stockton woman owes Uncle Sam debt from 40 years ago

Uncle Sam demands Stockton woman pay 40-year-old debt

Check your tax refund and check it twice.

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Freeze damages Ozarks fruit crops

Freeze damaged Ozarks fruit crop

A shot of cold air this week is taking a toll on the fruit crop across the Ozarks.  At Sunshine Valley Farm east of Springfield, they're busy taking care of the apple trees, but there's nothing they can do to change what mother nature's already done.

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Sprinkles tonight Sunshine Friday

Sprinkles tonight; Sunshine Friday

A few sprinkles are possible tonight but the Easter weekend is looking better and better. Get the latest forecast by watching the video. 

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Booking photo from Greene County Jail

Student is charged with taking gun to Springfield alternative school

Administrators say Raymond Shockley had an unloaded gun, with bullets in his backpack.

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(img1)Jay Nixon hoops it up

Raw video: Gov. Jay Nixon shoots hoops at Ozark High School

Gov. Jay Nixon discussed his "Good Schools, Good Jobs" initiative focusing on improving technology.  After the speech, the governor shot baskets with Ozark High School star and University of Alabama signee Hannah Cook.

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Voting

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Missouri House approves early voting measures

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri House members have approved a pair of measures allowing early voting, though some lawmakers contend it would be too limited.

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Joe Kelly

Cardinals put RHP Kelly on DL with hurt hamstring

WASHINGTON (AP) — St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Joe Kelly has been put on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.

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Report: Missouri's Haith headed to Tulsa

Missouri coach Frank Haith is close to reaching an agreement to take the vacant job at Tulsa, multiple reports indicated Thursday.

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Central High math whizzes ace state competition

The mathematicians defeated more than 100 top math scholars from 26 schools across the state.

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Graffiti in Springfield

Springfield community groups take signups for graffiti removal

It is fairly common to see graffiti at different places around the city. You might see it on a railroad car, on homes, or on businesses.

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