Linda Russell, KY3 News

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Past articles by Linda:

Fire critically injures 2 children in Springfield, Mo. home

A neighbor tells KY3 he ran inside the burning house to try to save the two preschool-aged kids, a boy and a girl. But could not find them. → Read More

Firefighters offer free window ladders to homeowners in north Springfield

The department received 50 of these ladders with funding from a FEMA fire prevention and safety grant. → Read More

Volunteers expect more men at shelter as temperatures drop in Springfield

Monday night, the shelter housed 90 men. And two nights last week the totals nearly reached 100. Volunteers expect that same amount of men Tuesday night. → Read More

Fellow Ozarks bull rider remembers the late Mason Lowe

Mason Lowe grew up in Exeter, Mo. Lowe was ranked No. 18 in the world in the PBR, Professional Bull Riders circuit. → Read More

Community Partnership of the Ozarks focusing opioid fight on education for realtors, veterinarians

The latest grant will help them reach many people in the community, but it will specifically target realtors and veterinarians. → Read More

Pregnant mother struck by car in Marshfield, Mo. recovering at home

A driver struck Alexis Skiles, 19, while she was walking along Church Street Monday. → Read More

Branson School District investigates 2 social media threats

The school district added extra security at Branson Junior High Tuesday. → Read More

Springfield family brings to new life abandoned building in Grant Beach Neighborhood

The Raders have been renovating the nearly 15,000 square foot building for about the past year. → Read More

Missouri Highway Patrol warns about the dangers of railroad crossings

Missouri State Highway Patrol is highlighting 'Operation Clear Track' this week as part of 'Rail Safety Week.' → Read More

County clerks expect voter turn out to be higher than past primaries

County clerks report a steady stream of voters across the Ozarks. → Read More

Springfield's Yardwaste Recycling Center changes pricing

The tree branches are piling up after last week's high winds. → Read More

Company demonstrates new non-lethal weapon for police in Springfield

Wrap Technologies demonstrated a tool called the Bola Wrap. → Read More

Branson visitors and residents gather at lake shore as duck boat raised

As the duck boat was brought up from the bottom of Table Rock Lake today, many came to the area just to see what they could and reflect on the tragedy and lives lost. → Read More

Patient arrested after making threats to VA Clinic in Mount Vernon, Mo.

Police put the clinic on lockdown Tuesday after a threatening call was made to a doctor. → Read More

Springfield's City Utilities considering construction of new marina

The primary purpose for Fellows Lake is drinking water for the city of Springfield. But the marina has also been a part of it for about 60 years. → Read More

VIDEO/PICTURES: Protestors ask for justice in Buffalo, Mo. 2 months after child's death

The protestors outside the office of Barbara Viets are holding signs and chanting things like 'Justice for Kinzlea.' → Read More

Want to start a drone business? Missouri State University to offer classes

If you are caught using your drone and not complying with FAA rules, the agency could fine you up to $27,500, and that is just a civil penalty. → Read More

Missouri Governor Mike Parson signs law impacting 911 service

The governor signed House bill 1456 into law at the Greene County Public Safety Center Friday morning. → Read More

State and local leaders tour reopened Bolivar Tracker Marine plant

The plant reopened in 2018 after closing several years ago. → Read More

Cox College students in Springfield participate in video pilot program

Cox College just started using Arc Media a few months ago. → Read More