Cleanup begins after storm moves through Wright County

Folks in Wright County have a couple days of cleanup ahead of them after the strong storms swept through this area early Friday.

Another day of summer-like heat

Temperatures climbing close to 90 degrees this afternoon.

Paint commercial street

Volunteers got together to paint over 30 buildings on commercial street.

Republic deadly stabbing

Jasmine Dell reports on deadly stabbing

Another warm day to end the weekend

We saw record breaking heat across the Ozarks, but relief could be on the way

Another warm day to end the weekend

We saw record breaking heat across the Ozarks, but relief could be on the way

 

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