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The University of Missouri plans to build a new softball stadium to keep up with its new SEC rivals. Comment?
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Ozark, Mo., attorney pleaded guilty in federal court today to willfully failing to pay both the payroll taxes he deducted from his employees' paychecks and his personal income taxes. Comment?
Firefighters are battling a blaze that has burned through the roof of a home in a residential subdivision of Ozark. Comment?
The F-3 tornado that tore through the Queen City ON April 29, 1983, killed one person, injured more than a dozen others, and left a lasting impression on thousands of Ozarkers. Comment?
After interviewing seven people, the Ozark mayor and aldermen hired Sharon Mickey to be the new city clerk. Comment?
Two employees of KY3 Inc., who are in Boston for the marathon are not injured after two explosions at the finish line. Comment?
It was reported over the weekend as an attempted kidnapping, but now Ozark police say it was just a misunderstanding after a man apparently lost his dog. Comment?
ANNISTON, Ala. 2013 might as well be 2012. Like it did a year ago, Ozark High School's precision team led Shelby County High School after the opening round of the Junior ROTC National Air Rifle Championships. Comment?
It's been completely shut down for two years and closed to vehicles for even longer, but now there are plans to repair and re-open the Riverside Bridge. Comment?
At least two people were ejected from a sport-utility vehicle following a crash on the James River Freeway around 4:30 a.m. near the Republic exit. Comment?
Searchers found a brother and sister who decided not to go to school on Thursday morning. Comment?
The seventh annual Bluegrass Festival benefiting Convoy of Hope is Saturday, March 2, at River Bluff Fellowship, 2655 E. Farm Road 188 in Ozark. Comment?
There were long lines at grocery and hardware stores throughout the day Wednesday as people made the mad dash around town to gather up enough supplies to last them for at least a couple days. Comment?
On top of your online inbox, your old fashioned mailbox can still provide everything thieves need to wipe you out financially. Comment?
Fire crews from Sparta, Ozark and Nixa assisted in the fire in the 200 block of McLean Road, west of Highway 65 and Highway F in Christian County. Comment?
A former office manager and paralegal for a law firm is accused of embezzling about $28,000 over the last 20 months that she worked there. Comment?
Missouri first graders would be required to go through mandatory gun safety training in the classroom under a proposal being considered in the state legislature. Comment?
OZARK, Mo. -- A man from Nixa died after the car that he was driving crashed into a tree on Tuesday night. Comment?
A dental clinic that started six years ago with the specific purpose of serving kids covered by Medicaid continues to grow. Comment?
Employees of KY3, KSPR, and KCZ were saddened this week by the death of Scott Scantlin, a talented and dedicated co-worker. Scantlin, 49, died on Monday at his home in Ozark. Comment?