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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. 

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.

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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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.

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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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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'Duck Dynasty' family cancels stage show at JQH Arena

The family's stage show features cast members from the A&E show.  They were to perform April 26.

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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Slideshow: Weather Channel Joplin special, behind the scenes photos

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KY3 reporter discusses Joplin tornado for Weather Channel special.

User Submitted Images from April

These are viewer submitted pictures from April 2014.

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. 


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

Pictures: Egg drop in Republic

Eggs were falling from the sky at JR Martin Park in Republic, Saturday morning.  More than 25,000 eggs were dropped from a helicopter to eager children on the ground.  The Easter Bunny arrived at the city's annual event in a fire truck. You can check a list of other Easter activities by clicking here. 



Fire destroys RV, spreads to grass, backs up traffic at Mile Marker 86 on I-44 near Strafford.

Pictures: Inside Busch Stadium's new Ballpark Village

Busch Stadium's long-awaited Ballpark Village opened this baseball season.  It was packed for the first Cubs-Cardinals game of 2014.

Photos: Crash in Republic injures 2

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Two people were hospitalized after two minivans collided on U.S. 60 at Highway M on Friday morning in Republic.

Pictures: Baby born on US Highway 60

SEYMOUR, Mo.  A mother from Houston, Mo. got the surprise of her life when her baby decided she couldn't wait any longer to come into the world. Cole and Kari Von Horn were en route to Cox South Hospital when they had to pull over on US Highway 60 to meet an ambulance.  It was there where their little girl was born.

Pictures: Classic Mustangs roll into Springfield to celebrate 50 years

A convoy of Mustang drivers made a pit stop in north Springfield during a coast-to-coast drive on Thursday.  They're celebrating the 50th anniversary of the famous muscle car.

Pictures: Man stabbed in Park Central Square fight Wednesday night

Springfield police say a man was seriously hurt when he was stabbed in the chest during a fight on the west side of Park Central Square.  The suspect was arrested about a block away.  Officers say it appears to have been an isolated incident, and they have been interviewing witnesses to find out what led up to the fight.  The victim is being treated at the hospital.  His name has not been…

SLIDE SHOW: Missouri's Unclaimed Property

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Missouri State Treasurer

A look at some of the items on display from the Missouri State Treasurer's Unclaimed Property collection.

Pictures: Show-Me-State Games "Torch Run" passes through Springfield

The Show-Me-State Games' "Torch Run" rolls into Joplin today (April 9th).  It started in Springfield Tuesday with KY3's Paul Adler serving as Master of Ceremonies.  The torch will travel to several Missouri cities before the games get started in June.

SLIDESHOW: KaPau Plummet construction at White Water

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Crews set Drop-Floor AquaLaunch Capsule, a key component of the KaPau Plummet ride opening at White Water in Branson this spring.

Pictures: Princess Tea and Fashion Show

Mothers, daughters and grandmothers got the royal treatment Sunday at the Princess Tea and Fashion Show. Princesses were treated to a sneak peak of Springfield Ballet's "Cinderella." The annual "high tea" was held at Highland Springs Country Club. Future ballerinas got the chance to dance with some of the cast members who also shared words of encouragement.

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