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After the vehicle was discovered, a local resident used a personal drone to confirm its location before calling authorities.


       


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See who came out for the season opener at Juanita K. Hammons Hall.


       


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See the Greene County restaurant inspections for the week ending Sept. 12


       


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Liz Moriondo plays her guitar and sings to patients as part of the Musicians on Call program at Cox South Medical Center.


       


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Liz Moriondo, Ozarks native and Nashville singer, brings Musicians On Call to CoxHealth.


       


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A reader called the bottling plant and didn't get an answer; so he called the News-Leader.


       


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The Bears (0-1) and Green Wave (1-1) play at 7 p.m. at Yulman Stadium in New Orleans.


       


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Guy asks for a smoke; man says no; so he shoots him.


       


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The jury trial wrapped up Thursday at the Greene County courthouse.


       


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A group of fishing groups, led by Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, mounted a fundraising campaign to help the recovery from Hurricane Dorian.


       


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Jordan Valley Community Health workers assist those in need.


       


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Federal prosecutors say the man will face a sentence between 10 years and life in prison.


       


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In a Tuesday evening tweet, the president said Parson is "very Popular, Strong and knows what he is doing — he gets it!"


       


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Magnitude 3.7 quake hit at 1:42 a.m.


       


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Police say the accident happened Thursday at about 7:20 a.m.


       


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See the moments Springfield News-Leader photographers captured with their camera through the years.


       


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The impact made a hole in one of the high school's classrooms.


       


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There were also National Merit semifinalists from Branson, Joplin, Ozark, Point Lookout, Reeds Spring, Spokane, and Strafford.


       


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Missouri State men's basketball coach Dana Ford talks about how he constructed the 2019-20 men's basketball roster.


       


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Through relentless recruiting, MSU has a men's basketball roster that should contend for a MVC championship in its head coach's second year.


       


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No deer have tested positive for chronic wasting disease in Christian County, so why is it in a CWD management zone?


       


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The suspect was charged this week with 12 felonies.


       


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Jordan Valley's community health worker program connects clients in need navigate healthcare, connect with resources


       


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PFI owner Randy Little says for the fans, JQH Arena presents a special opportunity to see the action up close.


       


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Award-winning plays young and old with talented casts will light up the stage all season.


       


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The bill reverses a state Supreme Court decision barring people from using the trade-in value for multiple vehicles to reduce sales tax owed on a new one.


       

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The NCAA doesn't allow volunteer assistant coaches like new Missouri State assistant coach Craig Massoni to be paid or receive benefits.


       


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Former Gov. Eric Greitens promised change in a corrupt capital, but repeated questionable practices of his predecessors.


       


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As if Greenwood wasn't good enough coming off a state championship, it appears its basketball program is going to be even better.


       


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While setting a perimeter to find the suspect, police heard a "commotion" in a nearby pond.


       


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The school leadership in Blue Spring, Liberty, Smithville and North Kansas City districts announced plans to participate in the program.


       


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Springfield Public Schools plans to expand its mental health training and support services for students.


       


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Dylan Cole might not be a starting linebacker for the Houston Texans right now but he is one of the most respected players on the team.


       


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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior services released a statewide list of medical marijuana business applicants Tuesday.


       


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"I went into this with low expectations" that the true-crime show could help law enforcement, said Kelly Siegler with "Cold Justice."


       


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Keith Daniel, 54, was found guilty in February of four counts of first-degree child molestation.


       


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House Republicans had little trouble advancing a bill preserving a tax deduction on vehicle sales.


       


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Lawrence G. Timmons, a 65-year-old Pierce City man, was charged with first-degree murder and seven other felonies.


       


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Emergency personnel responded to Roundhill Road in Springfield Farms along Farm Road 156 Sept. 10.


       


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It's been a good fishing season for Missouri anglers this year. Here's a look at some of the Missouri fishing records broken in 2019.


       


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A look back at the anglers who have broken records in Missouri over the years.


       


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An ambulance leaves Springfield Farms on Farm Road 156 in Greene County Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019.


       


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U.S. 65 — between Sunshine Street and Route 60 — is one of the busiest in southwest Missouri.


       


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You could win a trip for two to the Grand Canyon, including airfare! Entries accepted 9/9-10/29.


       


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Medical marijuana is now legal in Missouri. From medical marijuana cards to dispensaries and cannabis business, here’s what you need to know.


       


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A look at seven new restaurants that have recently opened in Springfield.


       


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A comparison of historic and modern photos from places and events in Springfield


      


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'He had such a big heart': Pedestrian who died following accident Thursday was beloved homeless man known for helping others


       


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The pig's owner, Mcgregor Wallace, purchased Leroy as an emotional support pet. He was cited by Columbia, South Carolina, officials for owning a pig.


       


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Schmitt said the 12 referrals are the most by any state attorney general since the Pennsylvania report.


       


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