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Dyson, Gore score in 9th as Royals beat White Sox

Pinch-runners Jarrod Dyson and Terrance Gore scored in the ninth inning as the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.

East Cherry Flats development planned near MSU

Developer plans four-story student apartments, neighbors express concerns

A plot of land on E. Cherry St., just east of National Ave., could soon be home to a new high-end apartment building catering to college students.

Soldier from Marionville killed in training incident

Soldier from Marionville dies in Army training incident

A soldier from Marionville, Mo., died in a training "incident" last week.   Spc. Silas Jones, 22, had been in the Army since May 2012.

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Group: Arkansas State should keep religious symbol

JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — A law firm claiming to represent an Arkansas State football player says the school should return to its helmets a cross bearing the initials of a player and an equipment manager who recently died.

Arkansas attorney general hospitalized

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel is hospitalized after a reaction to a new blood-pressure medication he is taking.

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White House backs use of body cameras by police

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says requiring police officers to wear body cameras is one potential solution to the mistrust between police and their communities that fueled unrest last month in Ferguson, Missouri.

Former President George W. Bush makes surprise visit to Branson

43rd President George W. Bush makes surprise visit to Tracker Marine conference in Branson to tell fishing stories with Bass Pro founder Johnny Morris.

Guns seized at Hilltop Motors, Waynesville

Raid found illegal guns, property owner is charged

Officers raided a business and home in Waynesville on Friday and found a large cache of weapons.  At least 30 of them were stolen, and some are illegal, leading to charges against Richard Jensen.

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Pictures: Fox Theater gets a new sign

The Fox Theater on the Springfield square, which is now part of the Springfield History Museum, is getting a new sign.  Workers from Missouri Neon were high above the Northeast corner of the square attaching the sign to the front of the building.  The sign is a replica of the sign that used to be on the square.  The Theater was originally the Electric Theater that opened in 1916.  In 1947 it was…

Photos: Guns seized in raid in Waynesville

Officers raided a business and the owner's home in Waynesville on Friday and found a large cache of weapons.  At least 30 of them were stolen, and some are illegal, leading to charges against Richard Jensen, the owner of Hilltop Motors. (photos by Linda Russell)

PHOTOS: Pulaski County raid uncovers hundreds of weapons, stolen property

While serving a search warrant related to a homicide investigation, Pulaski County deputies found hundreds of weapons and stolen property. 

PHOTOS: Springfield Sister Cities Association's 19th Annual Japanese Fall Festival

The Springfield Sister Cities Association, with support from the Springfield-Greene County Park Board, hosted the 19th Annual Japanese Fall Festival in the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden at Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park,

Pictures: Hillcrest @ West Plains for KY3's Game of the Week

KY3 cameras made it to West Plains for the Game of the Week.  The Zizzers welcomed the Hillcrest Hornets.

PHOTOS: Cox Medical Center Branson unveils new emergency department

Hospital cuts ribbon on first phase of $30 million expansion.

PHOTOS: Fort Leonard Wood monument dedication

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The U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School held a monument dedication ceremony today in the Chemical Memorial Grove on Fort Leonard Wood for the 24 chemical Soldiers killed in action during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. A bell rang once for each of the 24 fallen Soldiers as their names were read alloud.

Photos: Fire burns rural vacant home east of Springfield

Firefighters from several neighboring departments helped Logan-Rogersville firefighters battle a fire in a home in a remote area off Farm Road 199 south of Highway D (Sunshine Street) at Farm Road 193 on Thursday.  The fire was reported shortly before noon.   Firefighters were on the scene for several hours. 

Firefighters say the house appears to have been abandoned for some time. Crews had to…

Photos: 9/11/01 remembrance at College of the Ozarks

College of the Ozarks honored the victims of the terrorists' attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania on Thursday morning. 

Photos: Bagel bash -- Breast Cancer Foundation fundraiser

Panera Bread and the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks are raising money through an event they call the Bagel Bash. Panera created a special Pink Ribbon Bagel.

BCFO staff members are taking pre-orders for the bagel at (417) 862-3838. You can also go to the BCFO office at 330 N. Jefferson Ave. (near the railroad tracks) in downtown Springfield. Panera will donate 25 cents from each bagel to…

PHOTOS: Brandon Beck's photos of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum

KY3 Meteorologist Brandon Beck shares these photos from his recent visit to the September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York.

Pictures: KY3's Sara Forhetz finishes 70.3 mile triathlon in Ohio

KY3's Sara Forhetz recently competed in her first-ever 70.3 mile triathlon.  The "half Ironman" took place at Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio.  The race included a 1.2 mile swim in a turbulent Lake Erie, a 56 mile bike ride through Sandusky and a 13.1 mile run.  In her first triathlon of that length, she finished in 8th place in her age group and 60th out of 153 total females!  It…

Pictures: Honor Flight of the Ozarks takes off to Washington, D.C.

75 veterans are back in the Ozarks after a heroes welcome home Tuesday night.  Lots of cheering and American flags waving last night as the group returned to Springfield from a trip to Washington, D.C.    Most of them served in the Korean War.  The vets visited four different memorials and Arlington National Cemetery.

Pictures: Strong storms damage homes in Kirksville Tuesday night

Strong storms rolled through northern Missouri Tuesday night.  David Price in Kirksville Twittered these images of storm damage in his neighborhood.

Pictures: Fire destroys one business, damages another in north Springfield

A late night fire on North Glenstone destroys one business and may have ruined everything inside another. Springfield fire crews responded to the fire after 11 p.m. Monday in the 300 block of North Glenstone at the business that houses the Original Springfield Handyman. Dennis McCafferty says his business is a total loss.

Pictures: KY3's Futurecast maps hour-by-hour rain chances for Tuesday

Check KY3's Futurecast radar shows where to expect the rain Tuesday.

Pictures: New stadium seats at MSU's Plaster Stadium

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The stadium is set to be ready for a Thursday's pep rally.

Pictures: Once-popular Branson restaurant items go up for auction

The Candlestick Inn in Branson closed after the Leap Day tornado in 2012.  Today, many of the items that filled the restaurant went on the auction block.

Slideshow: Fall festivals and craft shows scheduled in the Ozarks

Fall Festivals in the Ozarks

Check out all the local fall festivals here.

Pictures: Hungerthon fundraiser in Springfield sets record; money benefits area kids

The annual "Hungerthon" fundraiser set a record this weekend in Springfield raising more than $130,000.  The goal was $125,000.  The money will go to the Ozarks Food Harvest "Weekend Backpack Program" which is sending more food home to students in need.  

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