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A Walmart official says that the retail giant contributed $100,000 to replace Arkansas' century-old statues with new ones of civil rights activist Daisy Bates and... [Read More]
It is a big blow to a small town. Justin Boots is permanently closing its factory in Cassville leaving dozens of people suddenly without... [Read More]
Both Missouri State University and Ozarks Technical Community College will require face masks on campus. [Read More]
Scammers call and offer things like a 'COVID-19 kit,' 'Coronavirus package,' or Medicare benefits related to the virus. [Read More]
The Alpena School District in Arkansas plans to give parents the choice of whether to send their kids back to the classroom or keep them... [Read More]
Springfield Public Schools is planning to have senior proms this month, with more safety guidelines. But the rules have some disappointed. [Read More]
It appears Patrick Mahomes will wear red and gold for a long time. [Read More]
Justin Boots factories in Cassville and Carthage are closing down. Outlet stores in Monett and Joplin will remain open. [Read More]
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says COVID-19 cases in northwest region of the state are trending down. [Read More]
Ozarks Technical Community College has announced plans and preparations for returning to in-person classes next month. [Read More]
Bruno the Bear, a social media sensation who national attention for his summer walkabout, has been tranquilized in Missouri. [Read More]
A disturbance over fireworks lead to the arrest of a Mountain Home man on the Fourth of July. [Read More]
Tony Award-nominated actor Nick Cordero died at age 41 after a 95-day struggle with COVID-19 and complications from it. [Read More]
A Springfield grocery store chain is getting mixed signals from their customers on whether or not employees should be wearing face masks. [Read More]
There may have been fewer public firework displays this year, but that did not keep the skies from being lit up with fireworks. [Read More]
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department has notified the public of potential community exposures from four new COVID-19 cases. [Read More]
Unemployed workers who wish to continue to receive unemployment benefits in Missouri will be required to perform work search activities. [Read More]
Sen. Roy Blunt join Gov. Mike Parson to commemorate Marshfield's history, law enforcement and veterans Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Texas has reported its biggest daily increase in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases — 8,258. Hospitalizations also continue to climb. [Read More]
Flooding has impacted several commutes in south Springfield following a round of storms Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
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