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Past articles by Kate:

City engineers prepare for Wonders of Wildlife traffic

Traffic engineers with the city of Springfield have already made changes to the traffic signals around the Bass Pro Shops campus. → Read More

Lebanon project provides spirit wear to students who can't afford it themselves

A Lebanon teacher is making sure that all students feel like they fit in. → Read More

Kitchen Inc. asks for community's help to reach fundraising goal

The Kitchen Inc. launched a capital campaign in 2015 to raise the funds necessary for a new shelter. They've raised 97% of their goal. → Read More

Springfield Symphony kicks off 83rd season, "Revolution"

The Springfield Symphony's 83rd season kicks off tonight with a concert entitled 'Russian Revolution'. → Read More

Huge charity garage sale benefits Help Give Hope

Help Give Hope helps around 500 families a year, through rent or utility assistance and through their Christmas adoption program. → Read More

Doctor and dog duo honored for volunteerism

A retired doctor and his therapy dog are finding ways to make hospital stays easier. → Read More

Hundreds hit the road for Bike MS

Upwards of 500 bikers participated in this year's Bike MS. → Read More

One man still on the run after Battlefield Mall shooting

Police were dispatched to the Battlefield Mall around 8 p.m. Thursday for reports of an altercation between two men. → Read More

First-time event to raise awareness of eating disorders

The Eating Disorder Coalition of the Ozarks is holding a walk and event to educate the community on eating disorders and local resources. → Read More

Dixie Stampede teams up with Humane Society of Southwest Missouri

Dixie Stampede's new show, Canine Capers, features all rescue dogs. That's why they wanted to help the Humane Society clear the shelter and find homes for every animal. → Read More

Springfield students eligible for mentor program

The ACE Mentor Program gives high school students an inside look at construction, architecture and engineering careers. → Read More

Many college students unprepared for financial future

The average college student graduates with $20,000-$30,000 in debt, but they might not be preparing early enough for their financial futures. → Read More

President Trump to speak on tax reform in Springfield

The president is expected to talk to employees of Loren Cook about why a tax reform is needed. → Read More

AT&T hiring for 100 positions at downtown Springfield call center

AT&T is hosting a job fair today in downtown Springfield. They're looking to hire about 100 people to staff their call center. → Read More

Convoy of Hope sends volunteers, supplies to Texas

One team from Convoy of Hope is already in Texas and 12 more trucks will be loaded up with supplies today. → Read More

Busy weekend at Missouri State as students move in

Around 4,000 students will be arriving on campus this weekend to move in for the school year. → Read More

New Willard superintendent ready to hit the ground running

Dr. Matt Teeter started in July, but the real work begins today as kids head back to class. → Read More

Silver Dollar City to unveil new attraction

New attraction is custom-designed for the Ozark Hills. → Read More

Remodeled junior high ready for students in Ozark

Three separate buildings were combined into one and renovated to look like an entirely new school. → Read More

Protect your eyes from damage during solar eclipse

Staring at the sun for any amount of time could lead to solar retinopathy. → Read More