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El Paso shooting suspect’s mom called police concerned about gun


Missing woman from Republic found safe


Police try to find why child died in east Springfield


Baby girl who stopped breathing at home day care was 4 months old


Izard County death probe awaits autopsy results


Man dies in swimming pool in Springfield


Rolla police: Man who killed self did not take hostages


Autopsy determines ID of body found in Ava


Sheriff says shooting near Licking likely was justified


Taney County sheriff: Fatal stabbing was self-defense


Body found in Ava does not seem to be suspicious death


Man from Ozark died in crash in Springfield last Friday


Autopsy finds no sign of foul play for frat student's death at motel


Nixa police will look for child porn on students' phones


US anticipates new round of missile, nuclear testing by North Korea


Lebanon police cancel 'endangered alert' for teens


British PM to speak with GOP lawmakers, Trump


Deputies find woman's body in ditch near Rolla


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