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Brea Douglas


San Antonio, TX, United States

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How a New School Bond Will Work For Springfield Public Schools

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - In two months, Proposition S will go on the ballot here in Springfield. → Read More

Bankruptcy Case Dismissed for 417 Rentals;Tenants Facing Possible Eviction

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Hundreds of tenants renting from 417 Rentals could face eviction. The company owner, Chris Gatley filed for bankruptcy, but his case was dismissed. → Read More

Foster Adopt Connect Being Renovated to Better Serve Families

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Renovations will soon start on a building dedicated to serving familes in foster care and the welfare system. → Read More

Springfield DACA Recipient Reacts to President Trump's Wall Proposal

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--President Trump isn't backing down on his demand for a wall at the border. On Saturday, he proposed to democrats among other things, a three year delay from deportation for... → Read More

Chiefs Apparel Hot Commodity at Springfield Sports Sports

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--As you can imagine, the Kansas City Chiefs success means business is thriving for sports shops in Springfield. This Sunday's AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium has fans flocking to the stores looking for gear to support their team. → Read More

Family and Attorney React to a Springfield Woman Awarded Millions in Malpractice Lawsuit

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Nearly two years after a Springfield woman won an almost $30 million lawsuit, Mercy Hospital has been ordered to pay up. → Read More

Convoy of Hope Offering Overseas Winter Weather Help

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--The midwest and the east coast arent't the only places battling the brutal winter weather. People overseas in Lebanon are trying to survive the harsh conditions as well. That's why Convoy of Hope is makiing sure residents and refugees stay warm. → Read More

Ozarks Food Harvest Prepares to Help Federal Workers Directly

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--For the first time ever, people will be able to pick up food directly from Ozarks Food Harvest instead of from its other agencies. Because of the government shut down, federal workers can get their food directly from the source. → Read More

MODOT Adding Roundabout in Republic to Help With Students' Safety

REPUBLIC, Mo.--The Republic School District is pushing for MODOT to create a safer road near the high school. The intersection just north of the high school at Highway M and Farm Road 103 is dangerous and known for traffic crashes. → Read More

Sex Assault, Domestic violence victims could have fees waived for reports

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Victims of sexual assault or domestic violence could have one less thing to worry about when seeking justice for those crimes against them. → Read More

Hailey's Law Returns to Missouri Legislature for Third Time

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--As the state legislature starts on Wednesday, passing Hailey's Law will be back on the to-do list. → Read More

Sun Solar Switching to U.S. Made Panels Only

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Sun Solar in Springfield is transitioning to using American made panels only. After President Trump implemented tariffs impacting the cost of the products, Sun Solar will only buy panels made in the United States as a more cost-effective way of doing business. → Read More

Springfield Public School District Needs More Part-time Workers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Springfield Public Schools says it's the number one district in the region at compensating teachers. After working in the district for 30 years, teachers can earn $1.6 million in total income. → Read More

New U.S. Senator Josh Hawley Has Border Security As One of His Top Priorities

WASHINGTON. D.C. Former Missouri attorney general turned new United States Senator Josh Hawley joins a divided congress. Legislators are currently trying to find a solution to a partial government shutdown. → Read More

Organ Recipient Meets the Mother of her Donor

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--It is often said that life is the greatest gift you can offer a person. After a man's death last year, he left behind a piece of himself so that a stranger could survive congestive heart failure. → Read More

Focus on Small Steps When Completing New Year's Resolutions, Life Coach Says

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--A new year means time to make those 2019 resolutions right? Not if you ask life coach, Denise Bischof of 2B Well-a holistic health center on South Lone Pine in Springfield. Instead, she says the new year should be more about celebrating the small steps in achieving your goals. → Read More

Mercy Hospital Using E-prescribe for Prescriptions for Narcotics

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Mercy Hospital is implementing a quicker and safer way for doctors to submit prescriptions for narcotics to pharmacies. The system is called  e-prescribe. It used to only be used for non-controlled substances      Doctors enter a prescription through the computer that is received by pharmacies instead of providing patients with paper prescriptions. → Read More

Jordan Valley Health Clinic Using New Device to Evaluate Brain Injuries

SPRINGFIELD. Mo.--Jordan Valley Health Clinic is leading the charge in Springfield when it comes to properly  evaluating head injuries. The clinic is the only health care provider in the city to use a brainscope.       Dr. Rafael Santiago-medical director for express care at Jordan Valley Health Clinic had athletes in mind when introducing the brainscope to the clinic. → Read More

Free Nikes Given to More Than 100 Kids in Southwest Missouri

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--More than 100 kids in Southwest Missouri are wearing brand new Nikes free of charge.Thanks to retired pro and former Missouri State basketball star, Rob Yanders. → Read More

Burrell Health Formalizing Its Payment Plan for 2019

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--A north Springfield woman is worried that she won't be able to get the mental health treatment she needs anymore. This comes after she received a letter from Burrell Behavioral Health detailing changes to how the agency will collect co-payments. → Read More