Springfield Narrowly Approves Controversial Pit Bull BanThe ordinance approved Monday night will phase in the ban starting Jan. 1. Owners who register their pit bulls before then could keep the animals in the city.
Springfield Had 900 Percent Increase in Heroin SeizuresThe department says Wednesday in its annual report that the special investigations unit collected 4,061 grams of heroin in 2016, compared to 397 grams in 2015.
Kidnapped Mo. Child Found Safe in North CarolinaPolice say child's father, Corey Hotsenpiller, was arrested Saturday after three-year pursuit
Invictus Games Has Missouri ConnectionPrince Harry's creation has wounded warriors from around the globe competing in an Olympics-like atmosphere
Decorated Missouri Soldier Dies Helping Stranded MotoristHIt by tractor trailer near Springfield, MO
No Charges in Police Shooting in Springfield MOThe officer says he thought the suspect was reaching for a weapon.
Police Address Heroin Problem in Springfield MO Police are seeking out dealers and when possible, authorities are seeking prosecution at the federal level.
Spike in Alcohol and Drug Use at Missouri StateArrests and tickets issued for students with alcohol violations on campus increased 144 percent from 2012 to 2013.
Missouri-Raised Musician Charlie Haden DiesMember of Haden Family band gained stardom as a jazz bassist
Thousands Pay Tribute to Slain Mo. GirlHailey Owens was abducted & killed last week in Springfield.
Mizzou Wants To Expand Medical SchoolThe University of Missouri wants to establish a clinical campus in Springfield in an expansion of the university's medical school, but first it needs a 5,000- to 6,000-square-foot building between the city's two major hospitals.
Muslim Inmates ComplainSix Muslim inmates held in the Greene County jail have filed a federal complaint against the sheriff and other deputies, claiming religious discrimination.

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