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Two well-known stores are making big changes which will impact quite a few things such as who can go into the building and what can... [Read More]
The Community Foundation of The Ozarks (CFO) has awarded grants to nine nonprofit agencies in the Ozarks. These grants added up to $100,000 and are... [Read More]
David Oliver talks with Greg Burris, CEO of United Way of the Ozarks, about "Philanthropy Row." [Read More]
COVID-19 is impacting the world and right now and also parent's whole world, their kids. David Oliver sits down with Dr. Laura Waters, a pediatrician... [Read More]
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These days Bailee Nunn is just like everyone else in self-quarantine. "I'm so bored right now," Nunn said. "I've been painting, I've ran…... [Read More]
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As the COVID-19 death toll grows and one Springfield business is working on a sanitary solution for transporting those who have succumbed to the virus.... [Read More]
Springfield-Greene County Health Department announced another death due to COVID-19 bringing the total up to seven. This person was in his 60s and was immunocompromised.... [Read More]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Greene county has now reached 63 positive cases of COVID-19, according to the Springfield Greene County Health Department's website as of 9:30 a.m... [Read More]
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Academy Sports and Outdoors is only selling firearms and ammo in response to the COVID essential business restrictions. Cora Scott, with the city,... [Read More]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– With store shelves empty, more DIY cleaner recipes are popping up across the internet. Which is why local health experts created a disinfectant... [Read More]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Coming up on Daybreak, governor Mike Parson signs a sixth executive order, and it'll impact those who have to renew their concealed carry... [Read More]
If you're kids are driving you crazy right now, Ozarks Public Television launched something that may help their boredom. The brand new channel, called "OPT... [Read More]
The coronavirus stay at home order is affecting the travel industry. On April 2, Welks Resorts in Branson laid off 94 employees after losing business... [Read More]
Learn how the local police department is handling impacts from the pandemic and the tragic loss of Officer Walsh. [Read More]
Our healthcare workers are on the front lines. Hear from Steve Edwards, president and CEO of CoxHealth, about how the hospital and its workers are... [Read More]
Funeral homes and hospitals are working to allow families wanting to say goodbye to their loved ones while also following restrictions put in place due... [Read More]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo- Grocery stores have been a location frequented by nearly everyone in the Ozarks the past few weeks. Now, more and more people are... [Read More]
A 29-year-old Springfield man accused of assault on law officers during a traffic stop in 2019 has pleaded guilty and will spend at least three... [Read More]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo- The IRS and the Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt have sent out separate warnings about scams that could be coming. Eric Schmitt is... [Read More]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Greene county has now reached 56 positive cases of COVID-19, according to the Springfield Greene County Health Department's website as of 11:45 a.m.... [Read More]
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