Ozarks berry farm boasts big blueberry boom for the summer

Ozarks berry farm boasts big blueberry boom for the summer

Hollister students learn to be safe in the water through YMCA program

Hollister students learn to be safe in the water through YMCA program

Springfield EMS teams put Lexi Spivak to the test

KY3's Lexi Spivak tests how long she can last in a hot car with EMS teams by her side.

Summer fire safety is key

Raquel Harrington reports

EMS Crews warn public to stay vigilant of children in hot cars

EMS crews in Springfield said they have already responded to a handful of reports of children being left in hot cars this summer.

Heat wave to continue

Highs will again climb into the 90s today with a heat index in the 100s. The entire Ozarks area should be dry.

 

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