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Victor Peralta poses for a picture during the 10th annual Buenos Aires Tattoo Show in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Friday.
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Lambert's Cafe in Ozark has celebrated 20 years of "throwed rolls" today. Nowadays, the intersection of U.S. 65 and state Route CC just south of Springfield bustles with commerce, but when Norman Lambert purchased land on the east side of that intersection with plans to build a 300-plus-seat restaurant, a lot of folks thought he was crazy.
An east Springfield group home that has been the listed address of as many as eight sex offenders at once has drawn the attention of City Council.
An AMBER Alert has been issued for a 3-year-old boy taken from his mother's arms in Bolivar, Mo.
Opinion, commentary and analysis on everything that makes the U.S. housing economy tick -- not to mention the ghosts in the machine, too.
The cold and blustery conditions outside this morning as I write this post remind me of one of the most memorable and precious times I've had as a father.
Like any networking group, Women Who Rock Springfield pools like-minded talents to strengthen the whole.
Hello! Not much left of February. It's still winter in my little piece of the globe.
A Springfield man was convicted Wednesday of shooting a man he had just met at a convenience store.
It's never a good idea to drink and get behind the wheel. It's worse if police wake you up and you drive right into their cruiser.
PEABODY AND SHERMAN" 92 minutes * Not reviewed * PG for some mild action and brief rude humor * Ty Burrell, Max Charles, Stephen Colbert * Based on the animated adventures of a canine and his adopted son * Campbell 16, Springfield 11, B&B Theatres, Branson Meadows, Elite Cinema III RETURNING "THE NUT JOB" 85 minutes * * PG for mild action and ... (more)
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park expects to open a Springfield location in October, the company announced today.
An ex-Missouri State University assistant professor has been accused of taking photos of men undressing in two locker rooms on campus.
I find it disappointing that Christian beliefs are openly mocked and wonder if the News-Leader would have published the cartoon had it ridiculed the beliefs of other religions? I think not.
A former longtime presiding commissioner for Greene County said it is "unlikely" he will run for a seat this year, but a new name has emerged as a local Democratic candidate.