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Carrie Winchel


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Carrie:

‘Today we are the victors and our children are the heroes,’ Family reacts to guilty verdict in 2018 triple murder

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Luis Perez, the man who was accused of shooting and killing three people in Springfield in 2018 was found guilty on three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of assault Wednesday. → Read More

UPDATE: Jury trial set for 2021 Branson double homicide

UPDATE 12/20/22 — Torres has a jury trial scheduled for 8 a.m. on June 5, 2023. He also has a criminal setting scheduled for 10 a.m. on Feb. 28, 2023. → Read More

Springfield arsons will be easier to investigate, thanks to new tech

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield Fire Department announced Wednesday that a new piece of technology will help fire marshals investigate arsons. The hydrocarbon and accelerant detector finds traces of liquids used to accelerate fires. “The capabilities of the hydrocarbon detector will be critical in determining whether a fire is arson,” said Fire Marshal Travis Morrissey […] → Read More

Springfield cold weather shelters open Tuesday night

Crisis cold weather shelters in Springfield will be open Monday, Nov. 14 as snow is expected to fall overnight. → Read More

Nixa leaders react to failure of police and parks tax: ‘it’s a hard truth that we don’t like’

Nixa City Administrator Jimmy Liles sent OzarksFirst a statement regarding the police and parks tax that voters denied on Tuesday. → Read More

2012 Greene County cold case: Sheriff’s Office asking for new info

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is looking for any new information about the 2012 murder of a father whose body was later f → Read More

Here’s who won Missouri State House races in the Ozarks

GREENE COUNTY, Mo. — Races for the area’s Missouri State House positions have been called. Democrat Crystal Quade keeps seat in Missouri’s District 132, representing Springfield House Minority leader Crystal Quade will continue to represent north and central Springfield as the District 132 representative in the Missouri State House. Quade, a Democrat, defeated Republican Sephanos […] → Read More

Here’s who won Missouri State Senate races in the Ozarks

GREENE COUNTY, Mo. — The results for the area’s Missouri State Senate District seats are in. Lincoln Hough keeps Missouri State Senate District 30 seat State Senator Lincoln Hough will keep his seat in Jefferson City after winning the general election over Democrat Raymond Lambert. State Senator Lincoln Hough will keep his seat in Jefferson […] → Read More

Ozark public safety tax failed on Tuesday

Voters in Ozark voted against a use tax to fund public safety. → Read More

Nixa police sales tax failed at the polls

Voters in Nixa decided not to pass a 1% increase in the city’s sales tax to help fund a new police station and hire more officers. → Read More

Jason Smith wins Missouri’s U.S. District 8 House seat

Jason Smith will continue to represent Missouri’s 8th District in the U.S. House after winning Tuesday’s general election. → Read More

Mark Alford wins U.S. Missouri District 4 House seat over Jack Truman

Republican Mark Alford will represent Missouri’s 4th District in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Eric Burlison wins U.S. District 7 seat over Kristen Radaker-Sheafer

Missouri State Senator Eric Burlison is headed to Washington to fill Missouri’s 7th District seat in the U.S. House. → Read More

Where to find Missouri election results

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Election day is here and Missourians will be deciding who will represent them in the U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and Jefferson City. Voters will also decide on Amendment 3, which would legalize recreational marijuana for anyone 21 and older. Some cities and counties in the Ozarks will decide whether to approve taxes […] → Read More

Election Day 2022: LIVE BLOG

Live updates and coverage of election day 2022 in Springfield and the Ozarks. → Read More

Tuesday death at Lone Pine home ruled a homicide

Springfield Police have determined the death of a man at a home on N. Lone Pine Avenue Tuesday was a homicide, and officers have also identified the victim. → Read More

Man assaulted 2 people with a hammer, then killed himself, SPD says

Springfield Police are investigating a murder-suicide after a man attacked two men, one of whom died, and then killed himself. → Read More

Greene County personal property tax statements are available

People who live in Greene County can now access their personal property and real estate tax statements for 2022 online through the County Collector's website. → Read More

Give blood, plant a tree with Community Blood Center of the Ozarks

The effort is in partnership with Blood Centers of America and Forestmatic, which is an organization that plants trees and works to help businesses become sustainable. → Read More

More STIs in Greene County leads health dept. to expand testing

Springfield-Greene County Health is expanding its services for STI testing in response to an increase in cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis. → Read More