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Past articles by David:

Ozarks Tonight: Eye health during COVID-19

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — One health care issue that shouldn’t be forgotten about during the pandemic is eye care. Listen to what Doctor Shachar Tauber, the lead physician at Mercy eye care, has to say in the video above. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Safe and Sober program

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Safe and Sober is a nonprofit organization that makes outcome-based education programs to help younger people make safer choices. Executive Director of Safe and Sober, Jill Finney, discusses how the program is impacted by COVID-19. To learn more information click here to go to their website. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Child Advocacy Center

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Executive director of Child Advocacy Center Linda Saturno provides a safe and friendly environment for children of child abuse and neglect during the stay at home order. Everyone in the facility is practicing and taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and are still open to help and protect children. For […] → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Downtown Springfield and COVID-19

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Learn how you can help Downtown Springfield from the executive director, Rusty Worley, in the video above. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Mercy president

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Social distancing, according to Clay Goddard, with the health department, is helping to slow the spread of COVID-19. The president of Mercy, Craig Mccoy, explains how Mercy Hospital is caring for COVID-19 patients and dealing with the pandemic as a whole. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: First responders response to COVID-19 in Greene County

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — As more positive cases of COVID-19 are found, first responders are changing how they handle situations. Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott discusses how his department is adapting to the situation. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Downtown Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Learn what is happening downtown Springfield from Rusty Worley, executive director of Downtown SGF Association. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Springfield Police and rape kit testing

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield Police Department is working to help solve the issue of the backlog of rape kits in Missouri. Police Chief Paul Williams explains the department’s role in the video above. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Fighting the Opioid crisis

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The CoxHealth Foundation received a 1 million dollar grant to help fight the opioid crisis in the Ozarks. Brandi VanAntwerp, grant administrator for CoxHealth Foundation, explains how that money will be used to help those in the Ozarks and even those in rural areas. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Mental health and the holidays

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — As we get into the hustle of the holiday season, some start to forget to take care of themselves. Hear the reasons why and tips to care for your mental health during the holidays. → Read More

Courageous Conversation: The Boy Crisis

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Over the next several weeks we’ll explore the issue of mass shootings and why in most cases the shooter is a man. As of September 1st, for the year 2019 there had been 283 mass shootings in the U.S. according to CBS News and data compiled by the non-profit group gun violence […] → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Buckle Up Phone Down

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — MODOT is launching a statewide campaign to urge drivers to buckle up and put their phones down while driving. Learn about how you can take the pledge and get involved in the life-saving effort. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Prescription take backs

A huge medicine take-back event this Saturday aims to keep prescription drugs out of the wrong hands. Find out where you can dispose of used or unwanted medications, including e-cigarettes for the first time. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: It’s All Downtown

SPRINGFIELD, MO. — Downtown Springfield is gearing up for one of its busiest times of the year. We learn more about events planned in Center City for the next few months from the Executive Director of the Downtown Springfield Association. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Scouts Selling Popcorn

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Boy Scouts of America now allows girls to join the program. We learn about the high number of girls who are involved in the Ozarks area scouting chapter. Plus details on a popcorn fundraiser for the scouting program. For more information, click here. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Downtown Springfield fun

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — This weekend brings several organized activities and festivals to the downtown area. We debunk the myth that there isn’t enough parking in downtown Springfield. For more information, click here. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight: Opioid Panel

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A special forum and panel are planned to help educate people about the ongoing opioid crisis in the Ozarks. David Oliver sits down with Amelia Godfrey to discuss what you can learn at this upcoming event and how you can get involved. → Read More

Ozarks tonight

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Downtown Springfield Association has been promoting center city businesses and activities for nearly 54 years. → Read More

Ozarks tonight : AIDS Project of the Ozarks

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The CDC has identified Missouri as one state that could benefit from federally focused resources in the fight against HIV and AIDS. AIDS Project of the Ozarks shares what this could mean locally, and what it’s doing to help patients. → Read More

Ozarks Tonight

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Would you repel down the side of a building to help raise money for children in need? The Child Advocacy Center of Springfield is asking people to do just that this weekend. → Read More