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Emergency crews work 15-car pile-up south of West Plains, Mo.


Women march the streets of Springfield, Mo. to fight for their rights


2 crashes slow traffic on I-44 near Springfield Saturday morning


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Missing German Shepherds raises concern in northern Arkansas


Schools keep watchful eye for head lice


Judge dismisses bankruptcy case against Springfield landlord


Police investigate possible threat towards Springfield nightclub


Mayor of Harrison, Ark. says clearing lake turned up no new leads in search for couple


Ozarks Congressman Jason Smith apologizes for yelling, 'Go back to Puerto Rico'


School resource officers investigate possible security concern at Glendale High School


Governor Parson outlines state's future in one-on-one with KY3 News


Desert Storm veterans reunite after 28 years to go see Chiefs play


Judge pushes hearing back two months for accused Dallas County killer


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Jet slides off O'Hare runway, as snow sweeps across Midwest towards Northeast

"It will be a rough couple of days," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in Utica, which could see more than a foot of snow.

Women's March participants find inspiration in America's youth

“I want my generation to solve everything,” Zöe Lucas, 15, of Stafford, Virgina, said.

Border Patrol video shows migrants crawling under fence into U.S.

A group of 84 men, women and children were dropped off by a tour bus on a Mexican highway before they crossed.

Heart attack survivor who nearly died during marathon runs again with surgeon who saved his life

Dwayne Pickens suffered a heart attack while running the Dallas Marathon and nearly died on the course. One year later, he completed the relay race with his sons, as well as the heart surgeon and first responders who saved his life.

Accidental bachelor party invitation leads to real-life meet up

When Will Novak mistakenly received an invite to “Angelo’s bachelor party,” his humorous response led to a real invitation to the bash at a Vermont ski resort and a viral GoFundMe campaign to get him there.