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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A summer program aimed at giving kids a head start to kindergarten started this week even after it ran out of funding, but the future of the program is still hanging in the balance. The Community Partnership of the Ozarks managed to...
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email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A public memorial service will be held in Springfield Tuesday for businessman and philanthropist John Q. Hammons. Hammons died last month in a nursing home. He was 94 years old. Hammons was buried in a private service in Fairview,...
Reporter and PhotographerIt was a long winter for an Ozarks couple who lost their business to a massive fire last fall. Summer is certainly looking better; Friday night the Phipps Auction Service and Event Center in Stoutland reopened to the public bigger and better—...
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Reporter and PhotographerYou are needed; that's the message from a group of small towns in Oklahoma that aren't getting near the kind of attention Moore is. But they, too, are tornado-ravaged, hit by an EF-4 the day before an EF-5 walloped Moore. A handful of small...
Reporter and PhotographerMARSHFIELD, Mo. -- A man has helped his community so much that now they're helping him. He's raising money for the Ronald McDonald house, but not alone. TJ Slocum has been working for the McDonald's restaurant here for nearly six years, all of which he'...
AnchorIn this week’s Leigh’s Lost and Found report, we’re taking a look back at the amazing success of the Lost and Found effort since KSPR and Springfield/Greene County Animal Control launched it last March. Thanks to the almost 1,400 fans on...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's second term began with a chill. The air was 24 degrees on Monday as the governor took his oath of office. Earlier, he and the first lady rode in an inaugural parade to the Capitol, then watched as a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHOUSTON, Mo. -- They're headlines made to grab your attention, like “The 25 Most Dangerous Cities in America or “The 11 Worst Companies to Work for.” They may be a good read until you make the list. “It’s very...
email@example.comBolivar, Mo. - The Southwest Baptist University men's basketball team announced their 2012-13 schedule today. The Bearcats will begin their year with three exhibition games against Division I opponents, as well as hosting the SBU Classic and traveling...
Special for KY3, Inc.SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Dorial Green-Beckham led the Hillcrest Hornets to a 55-43 rebound victory over Chicago St. Rita in the early game of the Tournament of Champions at JQH Arena Friday night. The senior football standout showed his tremendous...
Reporter, PhotographerAt 5:41 on Tuesday night, members of the Elks Lodge 501 in Joplin held a moment of silence for four lives lost in the tornado. They gathered at the exact time the twister hit to honor friends they won't forget. Last year members of the Elks Lodge promised...
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