Buc-ee’s Ready To Open Next Month


(KTTS News) — Buc-ee’s has officially announced that its Springfield location will open next month. The new travel store will open Monday, December 11 at 6 a.m. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. The

Greene County Jail Inmate Dies After Seizure


(KTTS News) — An Greene County Jail inmate has died. The sheriff says Austin Bond, 32, had a seizure and suffered a head injury Friday after he fell from his bunk onto the floor. Bond’s cell mate

Widening Work Begins On Highway 65 In Ozark


(KTTS News) — Work begins this week on a $30 million dollar project to widen Highway 65 to six lanes in Christian County. Construction crews will eventually add three lanes in each direction between Highway CC/J and

The Springfield Symphony #MOSTWONDERFULTIME Performance


‘Tis the season to join the Springfield Symphony! Join them for their FOMO concert, #MOSTWONDERFULTIME! The performance will be held on Saturday, December 9th. Let the Symphony put you in the holiday mood at their  traditional holiday

President Of ACLU To Speak At Drury University


(KTTS News)  — Drury University will host the President of the American Civil Liberties Union this Thursday night in Drury’s Stone Chapel. President Deborah Archer is the first person of color to lead the ACLU. She will

State Making Progress Eliminating Feral Hogs


(KTTS News) — The Missouri Department of Conservation says it’s making progress getting rid of feral hogs. But nearly 6,300 feral hogs were eliminated in 2022 and nearly 10,000 were killed in 2021. The biggest area of

Dallas County Crash Leaves One Dead


(KTTS News) — A man from Buffalo died in a crash early Sunday morning. The Highway Patrol says Christopher Amrose, 37, lost control of his SUV on Highway H east of Buffalo. It ran off the road,

Four Wounded In Shooting At Independence Shopping Mall


INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) — Gunfire erupted at a shopping mall near Kansas City on Friday, wounding four people and sending panicked shoppers rushing for shelter. The shooting happened around 2:20 p.m. in the main entrance of the

Nick Reed’s Must Read Headlines – 11.13.23


2024: South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott announced Sunday he is suspending his 2024 presidential campaign. Sen. Tim Scott announces decision to suspend his 2024 presidential campaign (Fox News) The Trump Treatment:  New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ electronic devices