Temps To Drop As Rain, Storms Roll In


(KTTS News) — Most places in the Ozarks will get at least a quarter of an inch of rain this afternoon and this evening. Some could get more than an inch. The National Weather Service says showers

Governor Picks Ex-Federal Prosecutor To Replace Gardner


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Friday named Gabe Gore, a former assistant U.S. attorney, as the new chief prosecutor in St. Louis, three days after Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s sudden departure. Gore

Biden Endorses Training Ukrainians To Fly F-16s


HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday endorsed plans to train Ukrainian pilots on U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets, according to two people familiar with the matter, as he huddled with leaders of the world’s most

Gas Prices Close To $3 Gallon In Springfield


(KTTS News) — Gas prices continue to fall as we get closer to Memorial Day. Missouri AAA says drivers in Springfield are paying an average of $3.06 gallon for unleaded gas this week, down from $3.15 gallon

Springfield Police Officer Assaulted, Suspect Arrested


(KTTS News) — A man has been arrested for assaulting a Springfield Police officer. Someone called police Thursday night about a man driving around honking his horn and making threats in the 2500-block of north Delaware. Police

Man Wanted For Burglary At Romantix In Springfield


(KTTS News) — Greene County authorities are looking for a man who broke into a business on West Sunshine and stole several items. It happened at Romantix in the 3100-block of West Sunshine. Greene County Deputies used

Governor To Announce Pick To Fill Gardner’s Seat


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Friday will announce his pick to serve out the remainder of Kim Gardner’s term as the chief prosecutor in St. Louis, following her sudden departure earlier this