Day: June 28, 2021

Rain, Thunderstorms Pelt Region Over Weekend, More Rain Expected

by: Scott McCaulley The Ozarks were pelted by Showers and Thunderstorms over the weekend. While amounts and timing of rained varies, several areas did have periods of strong thunderstorms. An Amateur Radio Operator reports to the National Weather Service in Springfield that they had heard a report of a vehicle that was blown off of …

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Stabbing Incident in Nixa Leaves One Juvenile Critically Injured, Two Arrested

by: Connor Wilson, Ozarks First A stabbing in Nixa involving juveniles has left one teen critically injured, two arrested. At about 10:41 p.m. Saturday, Nixa Police investigated a check person call involving weapons. The teen victim was found laying in the street with multiple stab wounds. They were transported to the hospital in critical condition. …

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Harrison Man Accused of Crimes Against Daughter, Stepdaughter

From: KTLO A Harrison man is accused of sexually assaulting his daughter and stepdaughter “for years.” Thirty-eight-year-old George Lynn is in the Boone County Jail and Detention Center on 20 counts of rape. According to Boone County Sheriff Tim Roberson, a sheriff’s investigator received information Monday of two females coming into the sheriff’s office and …

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Mo Senate Passes Medicaid Tax, Bill Now Goes to House

From: Ozarks First/Associated Press Missouri senators have passed a bill to renew a key Medicaid funding tax. Senators early Saturday morning voted 28-5 for the measure. The bill now heads to the House. It advanced after hours of debate over a proposed amendment to block government funding for Planned Parenthood. Some Republicans joined with Democrats …

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