Trending

KY3-logo-50x25
Ozarks Today

Local News Top Stories

Video Heavy rain for some this morning

Video: Heavy rain for some this morning

Localized flooding is possible, but sun will return this afternoon.

more »
Storm clouds in Stockton

SLIDESHOW: Strong storms roll through the Ozarks Monday night

Mother nature took no day off on Labor Day.  Strong storms rolled through Monday.  These are viewer submitted pictures.

more »

Slideshow: Strong storms damage homes near Sparta Monday morning

Bea Eaton snapped these images of homes damaged from a strong storm between Ozark and Sparta Monday morning.

more »

Branson businesses experience end of the summer boom

Stores and attractions in Branson say Labor Day weekend this year was one of the busiest in years.

more »
Cheddars

Officer leaves gun inside bathroom at Cheddar's Restaurant in Springfield

 A worker found an unexpected surprise in a Springfield bathroom.

more »
Horse injured when underground pipe caves in

Horse injured after the ground beneath it caves in

A family near Roach, Missouri says they were horseback riding along Highway 7 in Camden County when the ground underneath their horses gave way.

more »
Classroom, school, education, desks

Ferre' Dollar/CNN

Missouri ballot features teacher evaluation change

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri voters are likely to hear a lot about good teachers and local control in the coming months.

more »
Michael Sam

Rams announce practice squad minus Mizzou's Michael Sam

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Rams have signed 10 players to their practice squad. As expected, Michael Sam was not among them.

more »
Glenstone poles

Springfield's City Utilities reopens part of Glenstone Ave. after Monday morning storms

The storm damaged power poles and knocked down trees Sunday morning along the busy Glenstone Avenue in Springfield.

more »
US Japan

Former WWII prisoner of war invited to Japan

Man from Mountain Home accepts, says gesture "a little late." 

more »
Park Central tree

Woman cited for chopping down tree on square

Woman cited for vandalism for chopping down young tree. 

more »
Higher education

State treasurer encourages college saving

September is College Savings Month.

more »
Della outage

Storm causes power outages across Springfield

Outages are widespread, but limited.

more »
Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

Fall hours begin at Wilson's Creek

Fall hours for visiting the park begin Tuesday. 

more »
Royals Logo

Indians-Royals game suspended in 10th inning, will resume Sept. 22

Thunderstorm suspended game in Kansas City in the 10th inning. 

more »

Suspect eludes police after high-speed chase

Police tried to stop driver who stopped a three stores overnight; may be related to Sunday robberies. 

more »
Hitting the ice makes for cool way to celebrate Labor Day

Hitting the ice makes for a cool, nontraditional way to celebrate Labor Day

Labor Day is when we typically say farewell to summer, but some are embracing winter early by hitting the ice.

more »
Video Severe weather possible late today

Video: Severe weather possible late today

Early storms will clear out but more storms are expected late today and tonight.

more »
Traffic stop turns into manhunt in Rogersville

Traffic stop turns to manhunt

Rogersville police say Shane Loper is wanted for two felony warrants.

more »
Cycle sales

Motorcyle dealers rev up Sunday sales

Motorcyle sales on Sundays now legal in Missouri. 

more »

Manhunt

Police looking for man who fled traffic stop near Rogersville

Man wanted for warrants including felony burglary.

more »
Veterans

Missouri vets get break on business startups

Startups for Soldiers Act waives fees for military members starting businesses.

more »
Police shooting

Man shot, killed in confrontation with KC police

Man shot and killed during confrontation with officers.

more »

Beef prices high for your Labor Day weekend

If you're firing up the grill this Labor Day weekend, you may have noticed beef prices are at a record high.

more »

PHOTOS: Lucas Oil National Drag Boat racing in Wheatland

Phil Shockley captured the action at the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing event in Wheatland, Mo. 

more »
Missouri Department of Agriculture

Grants available to put Missouri products on school lunch menus

Program offered through state Department of Agriculture offers small business grants.

more »
Police investigate shooting in Springfield

Police investigate two Springfield shootings

Police are investigating a shooting in the 900 block of S. Nettleton Ave. in Springfield.  The second shooting occurred near South New near Monroe Terrace.

more »
gun generic

3 Springfield convenience stores, 2 individuals robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning

Officers tell us shots were fired during two of three robberies, and a gun was pointed at two individuals who were robbed.

more »
Missouri State Capitol 3

State senate panel to hold tax hearing in Springfield

Meeting to focus on Missouri Department of Revenue.

more »

A game of two different halves: Auburn dominates second-half in win against Arkansas

The season-opener was delayed nearly two hours for lightning and heavy rain.

more »

Pictures: Arkansas travels to Auburn for season opener

The Arkansas Razorbacks fell to the Auburn Tigers 45-21 Saturday on the plains in Auburn.

more »
Mizzou Hansbrough

Mizzou wins opening football game 38-18

It wasn’t pretty, but Mizzou took down FCS South Dakota State 38-18 in its opening game of the season in front of 60,000 fans at home.

more »
Sunday will bring drier weather

Sunday will bring drier weather

If you're trying to make outdoor plans for your Labor Day weekend Sunday may be your best bet.

more »
Michael Sam 2

Rams cut Sam, 1st drafted openly gay player

Rams cut former Missouri Tiger to bring roster below 53.

more »
Salem crash

One killed, one injured in Salem crash

Police say driver was speeding and missed a curve.

more »
Nursing

Mercy College of Nursing reports record enrollment

Enrollment up 7 percent over 2009 record.

more »
School report

Letter-grading plan for Arkansas schools to go on view

Arkansas schools will be graded on A-F system.

more »
Empire Electric

Empire District Electric seeks rate increase

Company seeks increase to pay for updates to air quality systems.

more »
Missouri State Capitol 3

State senator, former local prosecutor to serve on justice panel

Sen. Bob Dixon and former Greene County Prosecuting Attorney Darrell Moore on new committee.

more »
cattle

Historic farms to be recognized at Missouri event

 Missouri farms that have been in the same family for at least 100 years will be recognized at an event in southwest Missouri.

more »
Study ranks Missouri low on list of best states to live

Missouri ranks low in list of best states to live

A recent study by CNBC found Missouri is the third worst state in the country to live in. The factors considered were crime rates, local attractions, health care and the environment.

more »
Generic gun with crime tape

Several Ark. counties report missing police weapons

A cache of military grade weapons lost in Arkansas and the law enforcement agencies who had them have been suspended from a federal program that supplied them.  Below is the latest from Arkansas station NBC.

more »
Scattered storms continue Saturday

Scattered storms continue Saturday

Pop-up storms for the rest of the day. Sunday will be your best day of the Labor Day weekend to spend some time outdoors.

more »
Americans take to the roads for summer-end holiday getaways

Tourists flock to the roads for Labor Day getaways

It's Americana and automobile history rolled into one.  Classic cars of seemingly every color, make, and model wow enthusiasts at the Branson Auto and Farm Museum.

more »

Police say home search looked for evidence of deadly poison

The Springfield Police Department is now saying a little more about the search of a home in North Springfield.

more »
Ferguson police

Ferguson police get body cameras after shooting

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Police in the St. Louis suburb where a white officer shot and killed an unarmed 18-year-old will soon wear body cameras while on patrol.

more »
MSU residence hall overflow

Residence halls overflow at Missouri State University

College students are getting settled into their dorm rooms.  But, for some at MSU, there's no setting in just yet.  Dozens of students are in overflow space.

more »
Mark Porter

Search warrants reveal new evidence in Mark Porter murder case

Police reported they found many expensive items inside the victims' home.  However, some items were missing, including valuable coins.  Court documents show Mark Porter sold coins matching their description the next day.

more »
Labor Day graphic

Labor Day by the numbers

This national holiday is a creation of the labor movement in the late 19th century and pays tribute to the social and economic achievements of American workers.

more »
Arkansas alcohol

Arkansas voters will decide proposal to end dry counties

The Secretary of State's Office says supporters of the proposal gathered enough signatures.

more »
Theresa Kleeman

Sheriff's Department seeks help finding missing woman

On Friday, no one had reported seeing Theresa Kleeman for six days.

more »
abortion law changes

Abortion opponents urge Pryor to back 20-week ban

Pryor's opponent voted for ban in the U.S. House.

more »
Ferguson police

2nd police officer loses job over Ferguson protest threats

Another St. Louis area police officer is out of a job over threats to Ferguson shooting protesters found online.

more »
Police badge

Deputy resigns over pepper spray incident

Deputy accused of pepper spraying pizza before giving it to inmates.

more »
Overheated autos\

Overheating car could kill holiday weekend fun

Mechanics say check fluid levels to avoid costly repairs.

more »
Boonville search

Police say home search looked for evidence of deadly poison

Police report looking for evidence of ricin in northside home.

more »
(img1)Consumer Reports: Best buy portable generators

Consumer Reports: Best buy portable generators

Sales of portable generators spike every time the power gets knocked out.

more »
(img1)Consumer Reports: Top child safety seats

Consumer Reports: Top child safety seats

For newborns, infant car seats are the best option.

more »
(img1)Consumer Reports: Best breakfast cereals

Consumer Reports: Best breakfast cereals

Cereal is a staple in 91 percent of American households. Most eat it for breakfast, but 11 percent have cereal for dinner, according to the market research company Mintel.

Consumer Reports hunted down the most nutritious cereals that are also tasty.
Consumer Reports defines a healthy cereal as one that per serving contains:

• at least 5 grams of fiber

• a maximum of 3 grams of fat

• a maximum of 140…

more »
(img1)Angie's List: Replace tub with shower

Angie's List: Replace tub with shower

If your bathroom could use a little love, it's a smart place to spend money.

Behind kitchens, bathrooms provide the second best return on investment when remodeling.

Bathroom remodeling contractor, Dan Updike, says many of his customers are choosing to ditch bulky tubs in favor of more luxurious showers.

When it comes to walk-in showers, the design options are nearly endless. They can be customized…

more »

PICTURES: Waynesville debuts new 12-screen movie theater

Waynesville is going to the movies Friday night – in a much bigger way. B&B's Theatre Patriot 12 Waynesville opens Friday, offering movie goers a new place to enjoy movies.

The Patriot boasts a Grand screen 6 stories wide and 4 stories tall with 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound and numbered recliner seating which allows for assigned seats.

For those 21 and older, they also have a Marquee Bar & Grille Area…

more »
Gary and the running club

Fit Friday: one man's weight loss success story

How one man got motivated to get up off the couch and keep moving

more »
Gavel

From MGN

Ozark pays ex-employee $78,000 to settle lawsuit

The City of Ozark will pay its former human resources director $78,000 to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit.

more »
Classroom, school, education, desks

Ferre' Dollar/CNN

Annual report highlights Springfield schools' strengths and areas of improvement

The Missouri School Improvement Program released results for all Missouri school districts Friday. Springfield showed growth in graduation rates and attendance, but needs to improve academic achievement.

more »
Lower gas prices, higher traffic volume expected for Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day gas prices cheapest since 2010

More travelers are expected to hit the road during the last summer holiday weekend.

more »
There are currently no severe weather alerts.
Advertisement
Advertisement

Toolbox

Advertisement