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Thunderstorm Watch covers much of the Ozarks through Thursday night

Strong storms are likely on Thursday evening across the Ozarks.

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Young, Granderson, Colon lead Mets over Cards 4-1

NEW YORK (AP) — Chris Young homered to start New York's comeback and slumping Curtis Granderson singled in a run as a pinch hitter as Bartolo Colon and the Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 Thursday to send Lance Lynn to his first career loss in April.

Kansas City Royals name George Brett as interim hitting coach

Kluber, Indians roll past Royals 5-1

CLEVELAND (AP) — Corey Kluber stayed stone-faced, maintaining the same stoic look in the clubhouse that he had for nine innings on the mound.

Wainwright shuts down the A's in 7-1 win

Cards' Wainwright says knee good for Sunday start

NEW YORK (AP) — St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright threw a bullpen session and said his right knee feels good enough to allow him to make his next scheduled start Sunday against Pittsburgh.

Missouri House votes to move primary elections from August to June

Supporters say the earlier primaries would give the winners more time to compete for November's general election. 

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Missouri House passes cannabis extract legislation

The bill would allow use of "hemp extract" containing little of the substance that makes marijuana users feel high.

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Former Missouri lawmaker receives probation for Social Security fraud

Ray Salva, a Democrat from Sugar Creek, was accused of receiving about $59,000 in federal disability benefits while also collecting his legislative salary.

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Texas Gov. Perry says he needs more preparation before another White House run

Perry says the 2012 presidential campaign was a humbling experience

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Thunderstorm Watch covers much of the Ozarks through Thursday night

Strong storms are likely on Thursday evening across the Ozarks.

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Pictures: KY3's Maria Neider hosts Springfield Victim Center breakfast fundraiser

Hundreds attended the annual Breakfast of Hope for the Springfield Victim Center Thursday morning.  KY3's Maria Neider hosted the event.  The center provides counseling to victims of rape, child abuse and domestic violence.  The non-profit also helps detectives recovering from a crime scene. 

Slideshow: Hour-by-hour preview of Thursday's severe weather on KY3's Futurecast Radar

The KY3 Storm Team is following the threat for severe weather on Thursday in the Ozarks.  KY3 Futurecast radar images give us an idea of what to expect through the night.

User Submitted Images from April

These are viewer submitted pictures from April 2014.

Pictures: 67 million-year-old dinosaur fossils arrive in Springfield

The triceratops, christened “Henry”, will require many hours of labor to prepare for mounting and display. The public will be able to view the work in progress at Missouri Institute of Natural Science at 2327 W. Farm Road 190 near Rivercut Golf Course, south of Springfield.

SLIDE SHOW: Easter Sunrise Service at Hammons Field

Hundreds gathered early Sunday for an interfaith sunrise service to celebrate Easter at Hammons Field in Springfield.

Pictures: The "King" George Strait plays Tulsa's BOK Center

George Strait's "Cowboy Rides Away Tour" stopped in Tulsa Saturday night.   Strait has said this is his final tour.  Ronnie Dunn also appeared.

SLIDE SHOW: Motorcycle crash injures two in Greene County

Two motorcyclists suffered serious injuries after a crash on Highway 13 North of Springfield.

SLIDE SHOW: KY3 Night at the Races

Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland celebrates KY3 Night at the Races Saturday.

SLIDE SHOW: Easter egg hunt in Nichols Park

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Kids were at the ready for a community Easter egg hunt at Nichols Park hosted by Springfield's First Free Will Baptist Church. The annual event featured eggs, prizes and a free lunch.

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,…

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…

Slideshow: Weather Channel Joplin special, behind the scenes photos

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KY3 reporter discusses Joplin tornado for Weather Channel special.

Pictures: Glenn Miller faces judge, capital murder charge

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White supremacist Glenn Miller, who lives near Aurora, Mo., faced a judge for the first time on Tuesday for the deaths of three people at two Jewish community sites in Overland Park, Kan.

Slideshow: Viewers share "Blood Moon" pictures in the Ozarks

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Stargazers turned their cameras to the skies for Tuesday's "Blood Moon" eclipse.

Pictures: Highway 65 60 crash ties up Tuesday morning traffic

Major traffic ties-ups Tuesday morning as a crash has northbound highway 65 closed over Lake Springfield.  The left southbound lane reopened shortly after 9 a.m.  Two vehicles were involved in the crash.  One person had to be pulled from the wreckage, the extent of their injuries isn't known.

Pictures: Springtime snowflakes fall across the Ozarks

Viewer submitted photos of April 14, 2014 snow showers. 

Pictures: Stormy Sunday across the Ozarks

Viewer submitted photos of April 13, 2014 storms. 

Pictures: Half marathon in Springfield benefits Camp Barnabas

A half marathon in Springfield Sunday benefited Camp Barnabas in Purdy, a camp that helps people with special needs and chronic illnesses. A few campers even joined in on the fun. 

SLIDESHOW: Color Me Rad

A run for fun through downtown Springfield. (Photos by Ed Fillmer)

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