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Discussion to focus on making police more diverse

Discussion in St. Louis to focus on need to make police agencies more diverse

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College students work to "Stomp Out Hunger"

Local effort collecting shoes for needy kids.

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October baseball for Royals; K.C. wins American League Wild Card thriller over Oakland in 12 innings

Salvador Perez's single in the bottom of the 12th inning completed the comeback win for Kansas City.

State troopers remind motorists to stay alert during fall harvest time

MSHP reminds drivers to expect heavier farm machinery traffic; troopers offer tips to avoid accidents.

Cozi and Antenna TV

KY3 Inc. launches 2 new networks on Wednesday

Re-scan your digital televisions to find KY3 Inc.'s two new television stations.

Federal agents seize campground due to unpaid taxes

Dozens of families were looking for places to stay on Tuesday after being told they had to move out of their homes at the Circle J Campground near Lebanon.

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Sheriffs slam probation, parole system; say offenders need more checks

Several sheriffs say they feel like offenders on probation and parole are not monitored closely enough, and in some cases, go on to commit murders.

(img1)Real estate agents might carry guns after murder in Arkansas

Real estate agents might carry guns after murder in Arkansas

Some real estate agents say they might start carrying a guns.

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Pictures: Kansas City Royals beat Oakland A's in A.L. wild Wild Card game

The Kansas City Royals returned to the postseason Tuesday night in the American League Wild Card game against the Oakland A's and won 9-8 in 12 innings.  Seven stolen bases by the Royals helped them overcome a 7-3 deficit in the 8th and 9th innings, and an 8-7 deficit in the 12th inning.

Pictures: Police investigating murder-suicide in Willard Monday night

Greene County investigators say two fatal shootings on Monday night were by a husband who killed his estranged wife and then shot himself after fleeing into Dade County.  The victims were Sandra Pendergrass, 48, and Todd Pendergrass, 48.

Photos: Kansas City Royals, fans celebrate playoff berth

Kauffman Stadium celebration

The Kansas City Royals posted the 4th best record in the American League in 2014, and earned the top Wild Card spot in the playoffs.   Hundreds of fans turned out at Kauffman Stadium on Monday to celebrate with the team as the players took batting practice.  The Wild Card game with the Oakland Athletics is Tuesday night in Kansas City. (photos by Hugh Keeton)

PHOTOS: KY3 wins big at the EMMYS

Photo by Scott Brady

KY3 News received four regional Emmy awards, and Ned Reynolds was honored with the Silver Circle Award for lifetime achievement at the Midwest Regional Emmy Awards in Kansas City on Saturday night. 

PHOTOS: Gov. Jay Nixon's visit to Afghanistan

U.S. Army photo

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon visits Afghanistan as part of a delegation of U.S. governors. 


Pictures: KY3 News earns four regional Emmys Saturday night

KY3 collected four regional Emmys in Kansas City Saturday night.  KY3 News swept the newscasts categories, also winning in the Specialty Assignment and Arts and Entertainment categories.  KY3's Ned Reynolds also earned the Silver Circle Award for Lifetime Achievement.

PICTURES: 2nd Annual Nix-A-Que

After a successful first year, the city of Nixa brought back their lip-smacking BBQ contest, filling the air with the aroma of smoked pork, beef, and chicken. This year saw the number of contestants double from the previous year.

PHOTOS: Drug Take Back event offers chance to get rid of old meds safely

The Community Project of the Ozarks and the Greene County Sheriff's Office held a Drug Take Back event at several sites around Springfield Saturday. (Photos by Nick Clinton)


Pictures: Flights delayed in Springfield after fire at Chicago's O'Hare Airport

Flights resumed Friday afternoon on a "reduced rate" at Chicago O'Hare International and nearby Midway Airport after a fire in an air traffic control center shut down operations, authorities said.

PHOTOS: Fire damages building in northwest Springfield

Inspecting the damage at the scene of an early morning fire at a garage/outbuilding at 1955 W. Division in Springfield 

Pictures: Inside The Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Company

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The bottling company let KY3 inside to take some pictures of their facility.

PHOTOS: Testing water in Fulbright's Spring

Employees of the Department of Environmental Services-Division of Water Quality are taking samples of the milky-colored water from Fulbright's Spring, near Fort Avenue at  College Street in central Springfield.   Fulbright Spring feeds into nearby Jordan Creek.  The crews efforts are clearing the water. 

Pictures: Northern Illinois vs. Arkansas football Saturday

The Arkansas Razorbacks battled the Northern Illinois Huskies in Fayetteville Saturday.

Photos: KY3's Paul Adler at Run to Feed One

Some 400 runners raised raise money to feed children around the world Saturday morning.

PHOTOS: KY3's Ethan Forhetz at the Walk to End Alzheimer's event

KY3's Ethan Forhetz and Mark Seaton, walking for Team Remember Me at the  Walk to End Alzheimer's event Saturday. Mark is in the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease.

PHOTOS: KY3 travels with Convoy of Hope to the Philippines

KY3 Ozarks Today anchor Maria Neider and photojournalist Tom Schultheis are with Convoy of Hope documenting the groups efforts in the Philippines. 

Photos: Mammoth Mile, 5k and Night at the Museum

Some 70 runners showed up on a beautiful evening to race and support the Missouri Institute of Natural Science.

SHARE: Corn mazes, haunted houses, and pumpkin patches for fall in the Ozarks

The MAiZe in Verona

The Ozarks is full of fun outdoor activies for everyone in the family. Check out all these local corn mazes, pumpkin patches, and haunted houses.

Pictures: Fox Theatre sign lights up Park Central Square in Springfield

After being dim for over 30 years, the lights came back on at the historic Fox Theater in downtown Springfield.  The community celebrated the past with a special ceremony.

Pictures: Go Red for Women luncheon in Springfield

It's an effort to raise money for research and awareness against the number one killer of women in the U.S.   KY3's Lisa Rose emceed the Go Red for Women luncheon in Springfield.  The lunch featured a 31-year old wife and mother who suffered a heart attack at the age of 31, only then learning an *undiagnosed congenital heart defect was the problem.
     The lunch also had a "purse-onality" silent…

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