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Man from Nixa dies from snakebites after wading in James River

Gilbert DeLeon, 37, was bitten twice on Friday afternoon while he was wading along the Delaware Access Area of the James River near Nixa.

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Lumber Liquidators CEO quits, catching company off guard

The company earlier this month suspended the sale of all laminate flooring made in China after reports it contained high levels of the carcinogen formaldehyde.

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Dollar Tree will sell 330 Family Dollar stores

Dollar Tree has not named a possible buyer for the Family Dollar stores or which locations would be sold. The Federal Trade Commission is requiring the stores to be sold off.

Springfield mail processing center on track to move in July

Despite efforts by Missouri's senators, the U.S. Postal Service is scheduled to move its mail processing operations out of Springfield this summer.

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Conservation group: Rules needed to protect birds from wind turbines

The American Bird Conservancy says weak federal policies are letting wind energy companies build too many turbines in locations dangerous to birds.


Eight states get new drought aid for farmers, ranchers

Areas of the West now affected most include parts of California, Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma.

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Judge orders mental exam for man accused of killing 6-year-old girl

A judge ordered John Roberts, 55, of Branson to undergo a mental exam.  Roberts is charged with first-degree murder for the death of Jasmine Miller at a motel in Branson.

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Utility customers turn to solar for potential savings

Growth in the solar industry is white hot. KY3's Paul Adler takes a look at what's fueling the industry. 

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