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by Cara Restelli, KY3 News and crestelli@ky3.com | February 23, 2011
Medical professionals call it a national epidemic: normal children who are delayed in accomplishing basic skills like holding a pencil or catching a ball.  At least one expert calls them "bucket babies. "  They're kids who spend too much time in containers like car seats and not enough time on their tummies.  It causes problems in children from infancy through adulthood. ---- SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Twenty years ago, a 5-month-old baby like Lexi Cizek would have spent almost all her time on her tummy.
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by Linda Russell, KY3 News and lrussell@ky3.com | May 15, 2013
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The chairman of the board of the Wonders of Wildlife Museum said Wednesday that its grand opening is now projected for the fall of 2014.   That's later than the date of January 2014 that was provided to reporters last November, a date that was later changed to "spring 2014" on WOW's website . WOW Board chairman Rob Keck spoke to Rotary Club and Rotaract Club members from Springfield and Ozark at a lunch at the White...
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by Jay Scherder, KY3 News and jscherder@ky3.com | May 28, 2013
SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- They can give you a "pick me up" or help you rehydrate after long day in the sun, but according numerous studies energy drinks and sports drinks are exposing people to possible dental issues. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation , New York University College of Dentistry , Dimensions of Dental Hygiene , and General Dentistry all came to a similar conclusion: many popular drinks are capable of hurting your teeth by eroding your enamel. "That eroded enamel then is more susceptible to decay and sensitivity," said Springfield dentist Dr. Michael Beasley.
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by Linda Russell, KY3 News and lrussell@ky3.com | September 18, 2013
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Two new veterans clinics are scheduled to come to the Ozarks, with one of them only a couple months from opening its doors. Springfield veterans are accustomed to the drive to the Veterans Administration clinic in Mt. Vernon for basic health care, and the much longer drive to the VA Hospital in Fayetteville.  So news of a large clinic coming to Springfield is welcome. "We have World War II veterans here at this post who now have to drive the 2 ½ hours, sometimes inclement weather to have things done at Fayetville," said American Legion Post 639 commander Bill Roark.
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by Sara Forhetz, KY3 News | October 8, 2012
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--  Troubled teens are taking drastic measures for survival.  It's a sad reality that local experts say they're familiar with. Many, they say, are turning to prostitution just to make money to live. Local advocates say it might not look like your stereotypical street walkers, but they say young women-- Springfield-area teenagers are absolutely victims of sex trafficking. Just a few clicks of the mouse and evidence that Springfield does have plenty of women selling their bodies for money.
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by Gene Hartley and Mike Landis, KY3 News and mlandis@ky3.com | March 16, 2011
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- The Webster County prosecuting attorney charged a couple from Rogersville on Wednesday with abusing an 8-year-old boy while they were punishing him.  An investigator believes Helen Brown, 38, and Lee Ann Howard, 42, made the boy go out in public while wearing a diaper, and deprived him of food and sleep until he finished a difficult homework assignment. According to probable cause statements used as the basis of the charges, Howard and Brown live together and care for the boy.  The Webster County Sheriff's Department's investigation started late in February.
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Debbie Enlow, KY3 News and denlow@ky3.com | April 4, 2012
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- An estimated $600 million dollars in assets are up for grabs in what's being called Missouri's largest lost and found. The items are a part of the state treasurer's unclaimed property. State Treasurer Clint Zweifel says about one in 10 Missourians have items in unclaimed assets. Many of the items are turned over to the state from bank safety deposit boxes. Items include gold coins, jewelry, military medals, and a baseball signed by Kansas City Royals Hall of Famer George Brett.
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by KY3 News | April 7, 2012
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Springfield Cardinals Manager joins the list of speakers at the Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday. For the seventh year in a row, Hammons Field in downtown Springfield will be transformed into a unique place of worship for all denominations on Easter Sunday.  On Sunday, April 8, the gates of Hammons Field will open at 6:00 a.m. with the Greater Springfield Sunrise Celebration beginning at 6:30 a.m.   This year's Sunrise...
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by Sara Forhetz, KY3 News and sforhetz@ky3.com | June 14, 2011
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A customer wants to know why some local businesses scan your driver's license when you go to buy beer or wine.  He wanted to know what information the little strip on the back of your license contains, and why some stores scan it into their computer systems. It happened to Mark West of Springfield at a local Walgreens store, and we found several other businesses do the same thing. "It was bothersome," said West. West says his quick trip to a Walgreens recently left him empty handed.
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Emily Wood and ewood@ky3.com | June 27, 2013
Springfield, Mo. -- Springfield business leaders say more and more retailers are setting their sights on the Queen City.  A new sports apparel store that focuses on college and professional team gear is preparing to open across from the mall, and more stores are in looking into options in the area. Kansas-based Rally House was supposed to open Thursday, but the opening has been delayed, as workers put the finishing touches on their new store directly across from Battlefield Mall.
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by Paula Morehouse and Robin Yancey, KY3 News | February 19, 2013
MARIONVILLE, Mo -- A recent upheaval at Marionville City Hall has left four seats vacant on the Board of Alderman. Mayor Bob Duda said the resignations mean the city can't issue checks, because two of the three people authorized to sign them are no longer on the board. "It's usually the mayor, the mayor pro-tem and one alderman at large that are the three that are designated to sign checks and any combination of those two of those three signatures will go through the bank," explained Duda.
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