UPDATE: Missing two month old found safe in Springfield hotel

A two month old baby who was in need of immediate medical care has been found safe.  Baby hospitalized, parents arrested.


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Your generosity raises 46-hundred dollars during Saturday's Ozarks Today show

Viewers raise 46-hundred dollars on Saturday morning.  And pledges more than $12,000 for the first two days of telethon.

UPDATE: Missing two month old found safe in Springfield hotel

A two month old baby who was in need of immediate medical care has been found safe.  Baby hospitalized, parents arrested.

Crews respond to 3 water rescue calls overnight

Crews responded to three different incidents of vehicles in perilous danger at low water crossings overnight, following heavy rains in Greene and Christian counties.

Lackey strikes out 9, Cardinals beat Dodgers 3-0 for 5th in row

The Dodgers have been shut out four straight times on the road.

Table Rock Dam gates open

Corps explains why Table Rock Dam flood gates are open

The flood gates are open at Table Rock Dam, and many of you probably thought it's because of all the rain we've been getting.  Well, that's only part of the reason.

Springfield mail center to stay open

Springfield mail processing center will remain open

The work of the Springfield Processing and Distribution Center at the city's main post office on Chestnut Expressway was going to be moved to a similar facility in Kansas City this summer.

Cain hits tiebreaking double in 8th, Royals beat Cubs 8-4

CHICAGO (AP) — Lorenzo Cain hit a tiebreaking RBI double and scored in a three-run eighth inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 8-4 to snap a four-game losing streak on Friday.

Farmers on rain: Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing

Farmers are hoping the rain will slow down a bit, but they say too much rain is better than not enough.

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Pictures: Viewer snapshots submitted from Friday evening's storms

Thanks to all of the viewers who snapped images from Friday's severe weather.  Here are some from around the Ozarks.

PHOTOS: Community leaders pitch in for the Children's Miracle Network

Local leaders from Springfield, Greene County and Branson answered phones to take pledges for the Children's Miracle Network during KY3's Ozarks Today Thursday morning. The telethon will be broadcast again this year on KY3, beginning at 10:30 pm Saturday night. 

Pictures: Flash Flood Emergency for Houston Texas; Austin underwater too

More than 10 inches of rain fell in a few hours across an area from Austin to Houston, Texas.  It led to the first Flash Flood Emergency for the city of Houston. 

(Pictures courtesy AARON M. SPRECHER and Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images)

Pictures: Springfield National Cemetery Memorial Day service

Hundreds gathered to honor our fallen heroes on Monday at the Springfield National Cemetery Memorial Day service.

Pictures: Viewer submitted photos of those fallen but not forgotten

Viewer submitted photos of those fallen but not forgotten, in honor of Memorial Day. 

Pictures: Missouri's Carl Edwards wins NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte

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Columbia, Missouri's Carl Edwards gamble on fuel paid off as he won for the first time in 2015.  He's now eligible for NASCAR's Chase if he remains in the Top 30.  Greg Biffle finished second.  Dale Earnhardt, Jr. finished third.

(Pictures courtesy Jerry Markland/Rainier Ehrhardt/Brian Lawdermilk/Jared C. Tilton/Getty)

Pictures: Images from the 99th Indianapolis 500

Juan Pablo Montoya has won the 99th Indianapolis 500. Will Power and Charlie Kimball came in second and third, respectively.  

(Pictures courtesy: Paul Adler, Chris Graythen, Robert Laberge, Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

PHOTOS: Storm damage north of Osceola

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Viewers sent us these pictures of storm damage Sunday north of Osceola. 

PHOTOS: Cardinals and Royals meet in series ender

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The St. Louis Cardinals wrapped up their weekend series with the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.

PHOTOS: MSU Bears celebrate MVC title sweep

The MSU Bears swept the Valley, winning the regular and post-season championships in baseball.  (Photos by Mike Scott)

Pictures: A look at area lakes Sunday morning

A look at area lakes Sunday morning from our weather cameras. 

Pictures: Royals defeat the Cardinals in rain-shortened Game 2 of I-70 Series

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Alex Gordon hit a two-run homer, Edinson Volquez pitched six solid innings and the Kansas City Royals beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 Saturday night in a game called in the sixth inning because of rain.


PHOTOS: Crashes at Campbell and Battlefield cause midday mess

A couple of crashes near W. Battlefield and S. Campbell tied up noontime traffic on Saturday. (Photos by Debbie Enlow)

Pictures: Sinkhole opens up at Top of the Rock golf course in Branson

A large sinkhole opened up Friday morning and created a new playing hazard on the Top of the Rock golf course.

At about 6:30 a.m., grounds crews noticed the ground gave way between the practice driving range and the entrance pond to the course, according to Tammy Sapp, director of communications at Bass Pro Shops.

PHOTOS: Angler snags record buffalo fish from Pomme de Terre

John Overstreet of Fayette shot this 54-pound state-record bigmouth buffalo at Pomme de Terre Lake on April 17, 2015.

PHOTOS: Street Rod Nationals roll into Springfield

Hundreds of classic and antique cars made their way to Springfield for the 32nd Annual Mid America Street Rod Nationals. This year marks the 21st time that the National Street Rod Association chose Springfield as their host city for this event. Vehicles arrived from all over the United States featuring Vehicles from the 50's, 60's, 70's and through 1985. The event will continue until Sunday, May…

Slideshow: EF-5 tornado devastates Joplin on May 22, 2011

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These are images  from the devastation of the EF5 tornado that struck Joplin May 22, 2011.

Pictures: Demolition day on Mount Vernon's downtown square

Buildings on one corner of Mount Vernon’s historic square will be gone by Independence Day. 

Crews began demolishing three buildings on the southeast corner of the square Monday. That corner was once home to a Ben Franklin store, a popular quilting shop and, years ago, a hardware and clothing store.

The buildings have been vacant for several years and would have been too expensive to restore.


Pictures: Air Force Thunderbirds make unscheduled landing in Springfield

Thunder roared in Springfield Monday morning.  

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds made an unscheduled stop at Springfield-Branson National Airport about 11 a.m. when their refueling plane had an issue.

The eight F-16s refueled and left about 90 minutes later.  

The elite Air Force aerial demonstration team was traveling from the Carolinas to Las Vegas when they brought thunder to the Ozarks.


PICTURES: Royals celebrate heritage, shut out Yankees

Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images

Wearing throwback uniforms of the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues, the Royals took the rubber game of a three game weekend series with the New York Yankees.

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