On Your Side Investigation: Four Seasons Sunrooms rep visits with customers

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Taney County Partnership helps find employees in Puerto Rico

Too many jobs, not enough workers. A labor shortage across the Ozarks is making some businesses look at your not-so-typical hiring avenues.

Widespread Storms Today

Storms could produce heavy rain, gusty winds and hail for some areas.

Project Partnership

James River Church's annual outreach program to help spruce up local schools hits 20 years this year.

Some restaurants look to 'go green' and move away from plastic straws

Some restaurants in Springfield are moving away from plastic straws and incorporating more eco-friendly options.

The Last Straw 6 p.m.

The Last Straw 6 p.m.

Severe Storms Still Possible

A warm front will push north overnight and Sunday bringing the possibility of strong storms



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Is chemo obsolete? No, cancer experts say

Experimental new treatments usually only help a fraction of cancer patients

Woman calls police on 8-year-old black girl selling water

A viral video showed a white woman on the phone, calling the police on an 8-year-old black girl who was selling water bottles Friday afternoon near AT&T Park, according to the girl's mother Erin Austin.

This Obama-era program kept migrant families together. Trump canceled it.

ICE said the Family Case Management Program, which cost the government $36 dollars a day, was too expensive compared to other monitoring methods.

Kushner rips Abbas, says Mideast peace plan due 'soon'

Kushner is in the region as part of an effort to broker a long-term resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The end of memes? Campaigners dismayed at European internet ruling

Article 13 of a new E.U. law would place responsibility for enforcing copyright onto platforms rather than individuals, with potentially big implications for internet culture.