Back To School Sales Tax Holiday This Weekend

(KTTS News) — Missouri’s back-to-school sales tax holiday runs from Friday, August 5 to Sunday August, 7. From Friday through Sunday, you won’t have to pay sales tax on things like clothing, school supplies, and computers. To

Polk County Inmate Escapes, Recaptured

(KTTS News) — The Polk County Sheriff arrested an inmate who escaped from custody while walking with other inmates to the Polk County Courthouse. Charlotte Ward, 32, was on her way to court for an appearance chained

Propane Leak In Shell Knob Wednesday

(KTTS News) — Firefighters battled a propane leak at Titan Propane/Amerigas in Shell Knob on Wednesday. The Central Crossing Fire Protection District says the Dollar General store on Highway 39 was evacuated as a precaution. Firefighters hauled

Power Outages Reported North, East Of Springfield

(KTTS News) — Most of the Ozarks has been dealing with heavy rain and lightning this morning. But some places lost power after strong storms overnight. Most of the outages were reported north and east of Springfield.

Hawley, Durbin Weigh In On Kansas Abortion Vote

(AP) — Lawmakers including Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois are weighing in after voters in traditionally conservative Kansas overwhelmingly backed a measure protecting abortion rights. Durbin warns that the result in Kansas proves voters have been

Schmitt Faces Challenge From Independent

Associated Press (AP) — Republican leaders got their wish with the defeat of former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens in the U.S. Senate primary. Now, they face another complication — a well-funding, right-leaning political newcomer who could splinter