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Accused Cop Shooter in Court

Attorney for man accused of shooting officer tries to exclude evidence

Joshua Hagood's attorney is trying to get some of the evidence collected by police excluded from his trial.

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Greene Co Homicide

Neighbors worry about child who lives in home where murder occured

A woman is dead and a man is in jail, suspected of killing her. Greene County sheriff's deputies found the woman dead from apparent gunshot wounds.

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Grab the heavy jacket

Grab the heavy jacket

Cold weather is on tap again for Tuesday. Find out when warmer weather returns to the forecast by watching the weather.

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WATCH Why the wait in the ER

Contact KY3 Investigates: Why ER wait times are so long

More people than ever before are going to emergency rooms.

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Cheap gasoline is fueling sales spike for pickup trucks, SUVs

On the sales floor at dealerships like Reliable Toyota, you'll be shown the hottest features of the latest makes and models. However, one spec that sales associates are talking less about is fuel mileage.

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Missouri taxi companies say proposals too easy on Uber, Lyft

Uber and Lyft say they welcome the regulations on app-based car services that have been introduced in the Missouri General Assembly.

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Missouri Senate debates repealing death penalty

The Republican-led Missouri Senate for the first time in years debated a bill to repeal the state's death penalty, though the measure is unlikely to advance.

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Arkansas highway leaders trying to reduce wrong-way crashes

20 people killed in wrong-way crashes over five year period

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Fort Leonard Wood

Fort Wood area prepared for military job cuts, Waynesville says can rebound after soldiers leave

Fort Leonard Wood will inactivate 740 Military Police Officers by October 2016.

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Low gas prices

Gas prices continue to fall, but why?

Gasoline prices are much lower than they have been in a long time.  Drivers are filling up for about half the price they were just a few months ago, and loving the lower gas bills.

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Dr. Andrew Evans

MU School of Medicine names leader for new Springfield campus

MU is expanding its medical school class size from 96 to 128 students to address a critical shortage of physicians.  Its campus in Springfield opens this year.

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Pictures: Home of murder suspect Craig Wood demolished for garden

Demolition crews have knocked down the last of this Springfield crime scene.

This is the house where Hailey Owens was found killed in 2014.  It will soon become a community garden in the girl's honor.  The home, built in the 1940's contained asbestos.  Craig Wood lived in the house.  He will stand trial later this year for Hailey Owens death.
 
Pictures courtesy Mason Seidel. 

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Detectives investigate homicide; suspect is arrested

The shooting was at a home in the 4600 block of East Farm Road 48 between Shelby Road on the west and U.S. 65 on the east.

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Prankster tainted drinking water of rival basketball team

Someone put a foreign substance in the water cooler of the Houston team during its game at Mountain Grove.

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Pictures: Police in Springfield make arrest tied to homicide investigation in Fair Grove

Police in Springfield made an arrest that is tied to a homicide investigation southwest of Fair Grove on Monday afternoon.  That suspect was arrested without incident at a Walmart Neighborhood Market parking lot in east Springfield.   Greene County sheriff's detectives say they found a woman, 26, dead of an apparent gunshot wound to her head on East Farm Road 48 between Shelby Road and and U.S.…

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Josh Duggar better

Porn actress drops $500,000 assault lawsuit against Josh Duggar

A lawyer for the reality TV star calls the accusations in Ashley Stamm-Northup's lawsuit "entirely fictitious."   Evidence shows Duggar wasn't in the same city at the time.

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Prescription drugs, pills

David Rust/CNN

Missouri House again debates prescription drug database

Every other state has a prescription drug monitoring program that is available to physicians who prescribe drugs and pharmacists who fill drug orders.

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Pictures: Greene County detectives work death investigation near Fair Grove

Greene County investigators confirm to KY3 News they are working a death investigation.

The body was found at a home near Fair Grove.  Deputies responded to the home around 1:00 p.m. Monday.  

We are waiting for more information from sheriff's detectives.  Stay tuned to KY3 News.

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Judge orders Baxter County to pay costs of group that sued over Nativity scene

The lawsuit began in December 2014 after the county judge denied a request to place a "Happy Winter Solstice" banner alongside a Nativity scene on the courthouse lawn.

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Track snow showers Monday on KY3's Interactive Radar

Track snow showers throughout the day.

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(img1)Consumer Reports: Best vacuums for plush carpets (1)

Consumer Reports: Best vacuums for plush carpets

For plush carpets, Consumer Reports recommends the $400 Kenmore Elite 700 Series 81714.

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(img1)Angie's List: Cleaning up after a flood (1)

Angie's List: Cleaning up after a flood

If you store items in your basement, use plastic tubs instead of cardboard boxes.

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Missouri State dormitory fire investigated as a possible arson

Students say the alarm went off at around 2:30 a.m. Saturday.

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Watch for slowdowns and lane closures along 65 near Ozark

Road work at 65 & CC in Ozark could impact your evening commute

Watch for lane closures and slow downs as MODOT crews to install bridge girders overnight.

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Video forecast Very windy and cold today

Video forecast: Very windy and cold today

Wind gusts over 40 mph are likely for parts of the Ozarks along with occasional snow flurries.

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Uncontested elections are common in Missouri

Political parties hope to avoid uncontested Missouri elections

In 2014, 72 Missouri politicians won elected office without any competition in primaries or on the ballots.

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Orange Taxi

Cab drivers expect busy night on Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl 50 is now in the record books with the ______ hoisting that Lombardi Trophy. Whether at house or at a local watering hole, many people across the Ozarks watched the game with family or friends.

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2nd Half Pictures: Broncos defeat the Panthers in Super Bowl 50

The Broncos defeated the Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50.  (Streeter Lecka/Ezra Shaw/Christopher Polk/Sean M. Haffey/Patrick Smith/Kevin Mazur/Kevin Cox/Al Bello/Ronald Martinez/Harry How/Getty Images)

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Pictures: Highlights from the 1st half of Super Bowl 50

The Broncos led the Panthers 13-7 after the first-half of Super Bowl 50.  These are some of the highlights.

(Streeter Lecka/Ezra Shaw/Christopher Polk/Sean M. Haffey/Patrick Smith/Kevin Mazur/Kevin Cox/Al Bello/Ronald Martinez/Harry How/Getty Images)

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PICTURES: Pre-game festivities at Super Bowl 50

The pre-game show at the Super Bowl is always anticipated.  Check out the images from Super Bowl 50's.

(Streeter Lecka/Ezra Shaw/Christopher Polk/Sean M. Haffey/Patrick Smith/Kevin Mazur/Kevin Cox/Al Bello/Ronald Martinez/Harry How/Getty Images)


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New leader of Missouri State NAACP promises more inclusion

The new leader of the Missouri State NAACP says he plans to build a younger, more inclusive organization.

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Watch: The Vacuum Cleaner Museum in St. James will suck you in

Thousands upon thousands of vacuum cleaners are made on the assembly lines in St. James at Tacony Manufacturing ranging from lower priced and more affordable to high end products.  However, there is something more peculiar going on down below in the basement and you might just get sucked in.  The world's first vacuum cleaner museum and factory outlet boasts more than 750 cleaners throughout a…

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Major traffic slowdowns after crash on west Chestnut Expressway in Springfield

Two people were hurt after a crash that damaged a utility pole Sunday. 

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Arkansas flooding

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Arkansas Counties declared disaster areas after severe weather

After the president's disaster declaration on Friday, the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management says 38 counties now qualify for federal assistance.

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Taste of the Ozarks logo new 2015 version

Chef Ryan Tiller with Wings and Garlic Ranch Dip

Chef Ryan Tiller with Dining by Design Gourmet makes two tasty recipes for your Super Bowl Party!

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Polar

Polar employee defends company, crosses picket line

Scores of union members with the United Steel Workers are striking against what they call unfair labor practices at the Polar Tank Trailer factory, but some of their co-workers don't think the strikers are helping their cause.

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Shooting death

UPDATE: Man killed in shooting outside Springfield strip mall

Corey Kesner, 31, was killed.  One man in custody.

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Generic Mike Anderson 2015

Kingsley's 17 points sparks Arkansas past Tennessee, 85-67

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Moses Kingsley scored 17 points off the bench to lead five Arkansas players in double figures in an 85-67 win over Tennessee on Saturday night.

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KC safety Berry recovers from lymphoma, wins comeback award

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Kansas City safety Eric Berry, who missed 10 games the previous season battling lymphoma, then returned to the Chiefs to become an All-Pro, has won The Associated Press NFL Comeback Player of the Year award.

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Chiefs CB Peters wins top defensive rookie award

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Kansas City's Marcus Peters is the first cornerback in 17 years to win The Associated Press NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award.

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Trash fire spreads to home near Republic

Fire crews spent part of Saturday afternoon fighting a house fire near Republic.

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Kim Anderson

Alabama's Norris leads Tide past Missouri 80-71

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Riley Norris made three 3-pointers and scored 18 points to help Alabama beat Missouri 80-71 on Saturday.

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Balentine sets record, Evansville beats Missouri St. 83-64

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — D.J. Balentine scored 18 points to become the all-time leading scorer in Evansville school history in its 83-64 win over Missouri State on Saturday.

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Enjoy the warm weekend

Enjoy the warm weekend

Highs in the 50s on Sunday

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Crews fight house fire south of Marshfield

Crews from Marshfield, Loan-Rogersville and Elkland fought the fire at a house on Route KK.

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VIDEO: House fire near Republic on Farm Road 194

Darlene Cline Eck shared this video as she drove by the scene of a house fire near Republic on Farm Road 194. 

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Joplin Police Department

Joplin woman booked into Florida jai after crime spree

Records show that 30-year-old Brittany Nicole Harper faces felony charges of robbery, kidnapping, vehicle theft and home invasion. 

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Tyson

Tyson Foods executive predicts record profits for 2016

Executives at Tyson Foods, Inc. are predicting record profits for the year, helped along by a steep drop in feed and livestock costs.

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Arkansas earthquake

State urging residents to have earthquake preparedness plan

The state's Department of Emergency Management is urging residents and business owners to develop an earthquake preparedness plan.

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Missouri Democrat proposes gun ban for domestic abusers

A proposal to keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers appears to have little chance in Missouri.

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Helmet Law

Lawmakers consider new helmet law

Proposal would allow riders over 21 to ride without a helmet under certain circumstances. 

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PHOTOS: Red Dress Dash promotes women's heart health

KY3’s Paul Adler shared these photos from the American Heart Association Red Dress Dash at the Farmers Market of the Ozarks.
 

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Bell ringer honors

Salvation Army honors bell ringers, holiday donors

The Salvation Army took the time to thank the hundreds of volunteers who helped ring bells or donate during Christmas.

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United Steelworkers strike at Polar Tank Trailer

Workers cross picket line, labor strike continues at Springfield manufacturer

United Steelworkers are striking against what they call unfair labor practices.

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Several crews fight brush fire west of Fair Grove

The Fair Grove Fire Department and several other agencies fought a morning brush fire just west of Fair Grove.

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Part 1 Icicle Centerpiece

Part 1: Icicle Centerpiece

FYI Guy Jeremy Rabe makes an icicle centerpiece. It's easy and inexpensive. Check it out in the video above.

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Your Movie Friend on two new flicks at the box office

Your Movie Friend on two new flicks at the box office

Your Movie Friend Aaron Dicer weighs in on Hail, Caesar and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

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Part 2 FYI Guy Jeremy Rabe makes egg-free cookie dough

Part 2: FYI Guy Jeremy Rabe makes egg-free cookie dough

Jeremy has the perfect recipe for your Super Bowl party! Egg-free cookie dough footballs! Check them out! Here is the recipe: http://fyiguy.com/blog/fyi-guy-recipes/chocolate-chip-cookie-dough-footballs/

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Nixa Hazmat Response

Nixa ends medication drop-off service

Hazardous materials crews shut down the police department on Jan. 29 after a man dropped off a container of sodium cyanide.

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Pictures: Man dies in shooting at south Springfield parking lot Friday night

One man is dead after a shooting that occurred in front of the Skybox Too Bar and Grill off Republic Road Friday night.

Lt. Fred Beck with Springfield Police confirms one man is in police custody. 

Officers believe the incident was isolated to the parking lot but continue to investigate.

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Camden County Courthouse

Detectives look for crime within Camden County Courthouse; no details released

Camden County sheriff's investigators are working closely with representatives from the prosecuting attorney's office.  They may ask the Highway Patrol for help.

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(img1)Consumer Reports: Best TVs for Super Bowl (1) (1)

Consumer Reports: Best TVs for Super Bowl

You’ll want a TV that can handle fast motion without blurring

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Jared Neil

After fiancé is charged with assault, woman disputes detective's account

Police say Jared Neil and the woman have an infant daughter together but that didn’t stop him from hitting her, pointing a gun at her, threatening to cut her, and choking her.

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The Salvation Army honors donors, volunteers for Christmas campaign

The Salvation Army hoped to raise $950,000 in its annual Tree of Lights campaign in the Springfield area.

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Warm weekend then turning colder

Warm weekend then turning colder

Highs should get back to the 50s this weekend. Next week start off very but will get better. Find out what to expect by watching the weather.

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