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Samantha G. Jacobs, 39, Winona, has been charged with six felonies in two Shannon County cases after allegedly trying to use her vehicle to hit people at two homes, and ramming a parked pickup truck in the process. more
Gov. Mike Parson has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency to approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri to provide federal assistance to a total of 15 counties in response to multiple incidences of severe weather impacting the state between May 19 and 27. more
A third suspect has been charged in the late-December murder of William Stucker, 70, Eminence, and court records show additional felony charges have been filed against two of the suspects in counties across the northwest corner of the state for other crimes allegedly committed both before and after the murder. more
State Sen. Bill Eigel, a Republican from St. Charles County representing the 23rd District and running for governor, will host a public meet-and-greet at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Walnut Room of the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. more
A Birch Tree resident has been charged with two felony counts of second-degree child molestation after allegedly masturbating in the presence of a child and touching the child in a sexual manner. more
The National Weather Service offices in Springfield and Little Rock, Ark., have confirmed seven tornadoes touched down Sunday in Howell and surrounding counties, including Baxter County, Ark. Of those, two registered damage associated with EF3-strength wind speeds of between 136-165 mph, NWS survey team reports show. more
Mtn. View Mayor Charry McCann has announced a storm shelter is open at the Mountain View Christian Church on South Highway 17 in Mtn. View. Crews from various state, county and surrounding … more
A 13-year-old boy who was flown to Mercy Hospital in Springfield on Sunday after an ATV rolled on top of him has succumbed to his injuries, reports the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
In the spirit of those who established Missouri State University-West Plains over 60 years ago, campus officials presented William W. “Bill” Shaw, Birch Tree, with the prestigious Granvil Vaughan Founder’s Award during Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the West Plains Civic Center. more
Two West Plains residents and a Texas County resident suffered serious injuries in three accidents that happened Friday according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
The Summersville Friends of the Library will hold its popular Spring Plants & Books Sale from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. more
After months of preparation, visitors to Ozark National Scenic Riverways enjoyed a spectacular total eclipse, said officials with the National Parks Service. more
“A wonderful time was had on Saturday night the 30th of March when three bands played bluegrass, country and gospel music,” said Joan Dix, president of the Better Eminence Schools for Tomorrow, which held its annual music concert that day in the Eminence High School gym. more
Felons who have allegedly been found in possession of guns have been recently been charged in Douglas and Shannon counties, in some cases related to complaints of harassment, paranoid behavior or the discharge of weapons near or toward houses. more
Two suspects in a late-December murder case in Shannon County have had their cases bound over to circuit court. more
A teen driver suffered serious injuries in a crash at 10:50 p.m. Tuesday on Y Highway, 4 miles north of Mtn. View in Howell County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
The Eminence community suffered a devastating blow Tuesday morning when a fire destroyed the Eminence Area Volunteer Fire Department (EAVFD) fire station, along with several trucks. more
Officials with the Missouri Public Service Commission, the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) and the telecommunications industry remind phone customers to continue preparing for a new area code, 235, to be used in the current 573 area code region. more
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded contracts for Southeast District projects during its regular meeting on Feb. 14. Awarded contracts include pavement improvements, bridge replacements and improvements to pavement markings.  more
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