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Springfield Police ask FBI to join Greyhound bus station shooting investigation due to language barrierReporter, PhotographerSpringfield police are asking the FBI to join their investigation into a shooting at a Greyhound bus station. Officers say around 6:00 Thursday night Mohamed H. Dawod, 25, of Glendale Arizona shot another passenger in the back. The victim, Justin M. Hall,...
Reverend Larry Rice Holding News Conference, says Attorney Sent Veterans Center a Letter Threatening Court ActionReporterAccording to a news release sent by members of the New Life Evangelistic Center, Inc., Reverend Larry Rice will hold a news conference on Tuesday morning. “Rice will share a letter from a Springfield attorney that threatens to take New Life...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers
Homeless React to Closing of Parking Lot Campground in Veterans Center Lot, Judge Accepts an AgreementReporter, PhotographerAfter a homeless tent community in a parking lot on north Jefferson is shut down, dozens of homeless campers are searching for a new place to sleep. Attorneys for the city of Springfield and Reverend Larry Rice, who allowed homeless people to camp on...
Reporter, PhotographerProtestors are joining the controversy surrounding a lawsuit filed against members of the Republic R-III School District. They are calling for school officials to resign or be removed from their positions after a student with special needs says she was...
Tags: Missouri, Misdemeanors, Abusive Behavior, Crimes, Sex Crimes
Reporter, PhotographerGreene County deputies say they caught two arsonists who set their neighbors' property on fire. Charges against Adam L. Grant and Michael R. Duncan are the latest during this summer's rash of suspicious fires. Singed shingles and broken glass are...
Tags: Oklahoma, Trials, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Texas
Reporter, PhotographerThe deadline to place a ¼ cent law enforcement sales tax on the November ballot is set to expire. The tax recommended by the Safety & Justice Roundtable will likely not be on the November ballot in Greene County. It was supposed to go toward...
Tags: Politics, Crimes, Voting, Law Enforcement, Judges
Reporter, PhotographerA judge sentenced Frankie Maybee, 20, and Sean Popejoy, 19, both of Green Forest, Arkansas, for their roles in committing federal hate crimes. They are the first defendants to be sentenced under the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes...
Reporter, PhotographerA six month prohibition on changes to Springfield's smoking ordinance is now over. For the first time, city council could make amendments to the smoking ban that prohibited smoking inside enclosed buildings, work places and private clubs. Members of...
Reporter, PhotographerOfficers are searching for a man accused of killing his neighbor during a dispute about a $180 loan. Robert E. Bair Jr., 27, is charged with second degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and one count of felony assault. On January 17, police...
Tags: Chicago Hotels, Trials, Assault, Crimes, Murder
ReporterThe family of a former camper that is suing Kanakuk Kamp is asking a judge for a restraining order against the camp, it’s CEO Joe White and former director Pete Newman. Since appearing in the case, the family says Joe White and the camp have...
Tags: Trials, Judges, Joe White, Crime, Law and Justice, Litigation
Reporter, PhotographerWhether it's an innocent person waiting for trial or a victim waiting for justice, circuit court trials are often delayed, because one judge is overseeing two large counties. Christian and Taney county share one circuit judge who alternates between the...
Tags: Trials, Crimes, Judges, Lawyers, Prosecution
Attorney General Files Lawsuits: Joplin Charities say Scammers Hurt a Community Greatly in need of Donations, AidReporter, PhotographerAttorney General Chris Koster is suing Alivio Foundation, Inc., based in Puerto Rico, and Steve Blood, of Georgia. They are accused of fraudulently soliciting donations through the internet to help victims of the May 22 Joplin tornado. Volunteers for...
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