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Past articles by Daniel:

Springfield Shoppers Take on Black Friday

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Friday morning, our crews caught up with shoppers at Bass Pro Shops And Academy Sports. → Read More

'Greenthumb' Dad Turns Nutritional Dilemma Into Supplemental Income

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- We've all been there: A kid who doesn't want to eat their veggies. It drove our parents crazy, but now it's driving a dad to turn his nutritional dilemma into supplemental income. → Read More

UP TO SPEED: Rural School Districts Turn to Technology to Enhance Learning

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Findings of the FCC's latest funding report says Missouri is behind the times, and has allocated the state more than $254 million dollars for high speed internet access over the... → Read More

Godejohn Trial Analysis: Closing Arguments Expected Today

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Gypsy Blanchard and a pair of medical experts took center stage at the Greene County Courthouse on Thursday, but the topic of 'deliberation' and 'cool reflection' will drive the conversation today in the 1st degree murder trial of Nicholas Godejohn. → Read More

Godejohn Trial Analysis: Importance of Proving Deliberate Action

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- The 1st degree murder trial of Nicholas Godejohn will continue today at the Greene County courthouse. Godejohn is accused of killing Claudine "Dee Dee" Blanchard on July 10, 2015 with Dee Dee's daughter, Gypsie. → Read More

Blood-stained Bible Details 2 World Wars, 3 Generations of Combat Veterans

OZARK COUNTY, Mo -- In spite of failing vision, scarred hands, and haunting memories more than 70 years old: James Rigger, at 92, wouldn't trade a thing. → Read More

Veteran's Voices: WWII Veteran's Love for Faith, Country Intertwine

OZARK COUNTY, Mo. -- James Rigger, 92, is a World War 2 Purple Heart recipient from Ozark County. → Read More

Courageous Conversations: Pros and Cons of Letting Technology Take Over Your Home

By now, most of us have seen the stereotypical smart home gadgets the gateway, if you will, to home automation and a more productive you. → Read More

Dog Once Abandoned in Greene County Finds Fulfillment in Texas

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Springfield residents will remember the surveillance video from July that caught the moment a pet owner abandoned their dog, Hope, alongside a road in Greene County. → Read More

Former PBR Superstar, Springfield Native to Host Rodeo Event in Springfield October 26-27

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Springfield native and Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inductee LJ Jenkins will be hosting a 2-night rodeo event in the 417 this weekend. The Extreme Roughstock Battle will take place at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds October 26-27th, and will feature saddle bronc, bareback, and bull riding. → Read More

Hurry! Final Day to Apply for Crosslines Thanksgiving Assistance

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Today is the final day to signup for Thanksgiving dinner assistance through Crosslines. → Read More

WEBCAST: Friday October 26, 2018

Here is a quick look at some of the top stories for this Friday, October 26, 2018. → Read More

Morning Forecast: October 26, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Our upper-level low-pressure center from yesterday is slowly exiting the Ozarks this morning. Drizzle and fog are lingering on its backside, you may need some extra time on your morning commute! → Read More

Local Church, Coffee Shop Partner to Renovate Hillcrest Teacher's Lounge

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- There are plenty of avenues for parents to get involved at their child's school, but this could be a first: Picking up a broom and starting to push. → Read More

Massive Book Sale to Take Place in Springfield this Weekend

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- More than 8 trailers full of books are up for grabs at this year's Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale. → Read More

Could Local Wine Prices Go Up? One Winery Keeps Close Eye on Tariffs

ST. JAMES, Mo -- Could your bottle of wine soon see an increased price tag? That's a question we took to the St. James Winery in-light of pending tariffs and trade wars from the Trump administration. → Read More

PARENTS BEWARE: Middle School in the Ozarks Combating Upward Trend in Vaping Products

ST. JAMES, Mo -- Kids as young as 6th grade are being caught with vaping products in an Ozarks middle school traditionally known for it's thriving academics. → Read More

Statewide Opioid Summit to Begin Today in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Experts from around the country will be in Springfield today to discuss possible solutions for an epidemic killing 1 in 65 people. → Read More

Pence Looks to Capitalize on Kavanaugh Momentum in Springfield Private Fundraiser

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Vice President Mike Pence is expected to arrive in Springfield later this afternoon for a private fundraiser on behalf of Senatorial Republican candidate Josh Hawley. → Read More

Inside DT Engineering: "The Silicon Valley in the Heart of the Ozarks"

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- As trade wars and tariffs potentially threaten US manufacturing jobs, one company in the Ozarks says business is booming... and that recent Trump administration tax reform has quickly ascended their engineers onto the world stage. Owners consider it the Silicon Valley in the heart of the Ozarks. → Read More