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16th Jul 2012 NEW Faces in the Crowd: Ball of the Wild
See who came out for the Ball of the Wild...

16th Jul 2012 50 years later, Missouri State's Tent Theatre still going strong
Tent Theatre patrons, performers and alumni gathered Sunday to celebrate the theater's golden jubilee. The Anniversary Gala Concert was held at Juanita K....

29th May 2012 Faces in the Crowd: Death Cab for Cutie

29th May 2012 Home of the Week: Freeman and Janis McCullah

16th Jul 2012 Springfield police keep watch on biker turf war
An international 'turf war' between rival outlaw motorcycle clubs appears to have ties to Springfield....

1st Jul 2012 Trevor Reynolds funeral

13th May 2012 Faces in the Crowd: Honor America

16th Jul 2012 Nixon vetoes family law bill sponsored by Rep. Thomas Long
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure sponsored by Rep. Thomas Long, R-Battlefield, aimed at fixing a problematic area of family law related to non-biological parents. Long's bill extended visitation and custody rights to adults when a 'parent-child' relat...

8th Jul 2012 Chronic neighborhood nuisances

13th May 2012 Faces in the Crowd: Snowfest 2012

16th Jul 2012 Police seeking man charged with assault with vehicle
Police are looking for a man charged in connection with an assault that left a 33-year-old Springfield man in critical condition....

16th Jul 2012 Brunner puts another $2.5M into Missouri Senate race
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) ? Businessman John Brunner poured more than $2.5 million into his campaign for a Missouri Senate seat during the past quarter....

16th Jul 2012 KSMU public radio adds new programs to lineup
KSMU-FM, the public radio station for southwest Missouri, this month added the popular 'Talk of the Nation' program and four lesser-known new shows. Listeners for years have said they wanted the two-hour 'Talk of the Nation' in the local lineup, said...

16th Jul 2012 Visitors can't stop tweeting
There have been a lot of tweets going out from my neighborhood lately. Not social media tweets. These were real tweets ? from birds. Starlings, to be exact. Thousands of them blackened the early evening sky around my house last week....

16th Jul 2012 Woman accused of hitting toddler son with skillet
SENATH, Mo. (AP) ? A Missouri woman is facing charges for allegedly striking her 2-year-old son in the head with a cast iron skillet....

16th Jul 2012 Analysis: Nixon treads lightly on topic of Medicaid expansion
As a Democratic candidate for governor, Jay Nixon pledged to expand Medicaid coverage as his 'first order of businesses.' During his first year as governor, he failed to persuade the Republican-led legislature to pass a relatively moderate Medicaid e...

16th Jul 2012 Man injured in early morning Taney County crash
A man sustained serious injuries during a single-vehicle accident this morning south of Springfield. George J. Ritchie, 24, was driving a 1997 GMC Jimmy west on Missouri 248 about 5 miles west of Walnut Shade at about 12:45 a.m....

16th Jul 2012 60 years later, Missouri man's remains may come home
ST. LOUIS (AP) ? Missouri relatives of a man killed in the crash of an Air Force cargo plane 60 years ago in Alaska are hopeful that his remains could soon be returned....

16th Jul 2012 Dist. 130: Redistricting creates a contest
Thomas Long, elected to the Missouri House in 2010, is planning a move as he campaigns to represent a new district after his current district was redrawn....

16th Jul 2012 A year after floods, shippers face low Mississippi River
MEMPHIS, Tenn....

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