Avian Flu Confirmed In Flock In Webster County


(KTTS News) — Federal officials say avian flu killed 9,000 birds in a chicken flock in Webster County. There have been 10 positive cases of the avian flu in Missouri this year affecting nearly 435,000 birds. Six

Andrew Bailey Named New Attorney General


(KTTS News) — Andrew Bailey has been named the new Missouri Attorney General. Governor Parson appointed Bailey to fill the job after Attorney General Eric Schmitt was elected to the U.S. Senate. Bailey currently serves as General

Salvation Army Hosts Thanksgiving Dinner


(KTTS News) — The Salvation Army in Springfield will host its annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Volunteers are preparing enough food to feed 350 people. The Salvation Army is located at 1707 W. Chestnut Expressway.

City Could Name Airport Terminal After Roy Blunt


(KTTS News) — Springfield City Council is considering naming the Midfield Terminal at the Springfield-Branson National Airport in honor of U.S. Senator Roy Blunt. The new name would be the Roy Blunt Terminal, but the airport would

Former Coach Charged With More Sex Crimes


(KTTS News) — A former basketball coach is facing new charges for sex crimes. Charles Dryer, 44, faces charges in Hickory County, including statutory sodomy and statutory rape, for an incident in 2011. Dryer is also charged