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The death toll continues to rise after the powerful earthquake in Turkey.
According to Lt. Nelson Kibby with the Springfield Police Department, police responded to 3080 W. Calhoun St. after a report of a man who had forced his way into a home.
The deadline for dispensaries' requests for licenses to sell recreational marijuana is today, but many shops have already been selling.
Five days after Tyre Nichols was laid to rest people in the Springfield community came together to reflect on what happened in Memphis.
SPD chief discusses response to mental health situations
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) approved licenses for some Springfield dispensaries, allowing them to sell recreational marijuana.
Highlandville mayor dissolves entire police force amid investigation
School doesn't have to stop just because there's a snow day. Some schools in the area are using AMI days to continue learning from home.
Waynesville Mayor Impeachment Trial
In the Spring of 2024, MoDOT will start work on an $8 million project focusing on a four-mile stretch of East Sunshine between Glenstone Avenue and Farm Road 199.
Warming trend takes a pause Friday, resumes Saturday.
Lt. Steve Schwind of Springfield Police Department said there was no indication of any gun activity at the school.