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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...
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...
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: Prosecution, Assault, Justice System, Murder, Crimes
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...
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: Prosecution, Justice System, Crimes, Criminals, Judges
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...
Reporter, PhotographerAfter a recent rash of hay bale fires, another farmer is fuming that dozens of his hay bales went up in smoke. Over the last few weeks Greene County deputies investigated more than a half a dozen hay bale fires in the Billings, Clever and Republic areas....
Reporter, PhotographerA couple under investigation by the Missouri Attorney General's Office and scrutinized by the Better Business Bureau is no longer renting a city-owned building in Lebanon. Last year, the city council approved a building allowance to Homestead...
Springfield City Leaders Negotiating an Agreement with Reverend Allowing Homeless Camping in Parking LotReporter, PhotographerThe debate surrounding a homeless camp in a parking lot at a veterans center may be over before the issue heads to court. An attorney for the city of Springfield filed for a temporary restraining order and a petition to stop camping at the center which is...
Springfield police released an incident report that gave few details about a road rage incident involving a city council member. On Thanksgiving, Springfield City Council Member Nick Ibarra confirmed to KSPR News he was involved in an altercation....
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