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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Paying taxes is the law, but according to the IRS, one local man thought he was above the law. Between the houseboats and the Hummers, the IRS says Scott Lucas was living high on the hog; that is until they noticed his lavish...
Reporter and PhotographerSPRINGFIELD, MO. -- New requirements to get the assistance many Missouri residents depend on have been approved by the State House. Those lawmakers have passed several bills that make up what's being called welfare reform legislation. More than 100,...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - U.S. Marshals say Paul McElwain knows how to avoid being caught. He does it by using fake documents. In one case, he used the identity of a family friend's dead baby to buy guns at a Springfield, Missouri Walmart Supercenter. McElwain'...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The U.S Marshals want to turn up the heat on a cold case of a convicted felon who went underground more than five years ago. Larry Allen Chamberlin, 56, was convicted in the U.S. Federal Court District of Kansas for selling firearms...
ReporterSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Amid talks of new gun control legislation and arming teachers across the country, some parents are taking matters into their own hands. They're outfitting their kids to deal with an intruder. We put this question on our Facebook...
Police Examining Phone Records Sent from Nick Ibarra to Mayor, City Manager and Assistant City Clerk Following Thanksgiving Day Road Rage IncidentReporter, PhotographerSpringfield police are analyzing cell phone communications between a former city councilman under investigation for a road rage incident and other city leaders. Police requested cell phone records from the mayor, city manager and assistant city clerk....
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD - Missouri State University has announced the receipt of National Letters of Intent from 20 high school and junior college students who have committed to play football for the Bears this fall. The class includes 12 high school seniors and...
Follow me @EmilyKSPRJOPLIN, Mo.. -- The following names are owners of lost and found items that have been turned into the Joplin Police Department in the aftermath of the tornado. If your name appears on the list, please contact Rick Beck at (417) 623-3131 extension 450,...
A Man Convicted in a Counterfeit Check Scheme Involving Sheriff Office, Charged Again Accused of Targeting New VictimsReporter, PhotographerA man convicted of stealing thousands of dollars from the Greene County Sheriff's Office banking account is charged with committing the same crime against new victims. After he served time for a counterfeit conspiracy, John Dennis Sedersten was released....
Reporter, PhotographerTwo men are facing charges for the death of 17-year-old Kenny Stout. Christopher A. Jorgensen and Nathan W. Jensen are charged with first degree murder, armed criminal action and abandonment of a corpse. The Douglas County Sheriff questioned three persons...
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The Sun, Yuma, Ariz.The Yuma City Council will begin work on the 2013-14 budget with a special work session and roundtable at 4:30 p.m. Monday in the council chambers, Yuma City Hall, One City Plaza. During the special meeting, the council will hear an overview of the...
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