Mother Sentenced In Her Daughter’s Death

(KTTS News) — A mother convicted of abandoning a corpse in her daughter’s death has been sentenced. Rebecca Ruud was found not guilty of murder in July in the death of 16-year-old Savannah Leckie. On Thursday, she

Latest On Drought In The Ozarks

(KTTS News) — The latest update shows severe to extreme drought along the Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma border. The National Weather Service says areas of extreme drought stretch from Joplin back toward Chanute, Coffeyville, and Tulsa. Above

Greene County Jail Has Job Openings

(KTTS News) — There are still dozens of job openings at the new Greene County Jail. The sheriff’s office says there are 56 vacancies for everything from detention officers to counselors. A sheriff’s spokeswoman says you can

Evangel Starts Residence Hall Renovations In December

(KTTS News) — Evangel University plans to renovate residence halls on its campus, beginning with Walther Hall – one of the oldest dorms. Walther was built in 1969 and renovated in 2008. It houses men and women

Local Schools Block Access To Seesaw Portal

(KTTS News) — Schools in the Ozarks and across the nation have reported that inappropriate images were being circulated on Seesaw. The Republic School District blocked student access to the portal and urged parents not to respond

Tentative Railway Labor Deal Reached

WASHINGTON (AP) — Under a tentative railway labor deal avoiding a strike that could’ve devastated the U.S. economy, workers will receive 24% raises and $5,000 in bonuses. Railroads agree to ease strict attendance policies to address some

Deadly Zero-Turn Mower Crash In Butterfield

(KTTS News) — A worker has died after a crash in front of George’s Processing Plant in Butterfield. Craig Golubski was 57. He was riding a zero-turn mower when it hit a concrete culvert, throwing him off

Nick Reed’s Must Read Headlines – 09.15.22

Southern Border:  Two migrant buses from Del Rio, Texas, arrived near Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C., Thursday morning. 2 migrant buses arrive outside Vice President Kamala Harris’ Naval Observatory residence in