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A Ky3


The person or persons responsible for these crimes are so brazen and dangerous, we have to stop them. Here’s how you can help “Save the Ki3”.In March 2008, KY3's newscast was canceled and replaced with a newsfeed format.The station broadcasts in analog, HD, and on the internet, and it is affiliated with The CW, Fox and MyNetworkTV.


Since its sign-on, the station has been airing nightly 6 and 10 o'clock broadcasts. A satellite news gathering truck was purchased in 1986. In November 2006, KYTV debuted a new set for its newscasts, which integrated the weather center into the main studio; it also included a background that could be lowered over the set used for sports segments to convert it into an interview area, which changed with the time of day (such as the morning featuring a picture of a sunrise over Springfield). The former weather area was turned into the "Virtual Newsroom," which was later renamed the "KY3 Web Center," where Internet-related news topics are discussed.

This month, KY3 is launching a new daily lifestyle program called The Place, which will air on the station at 11:30 a.m. every weekday and be re-broadcast at 5:30 p.m. on the Ozarks CW. Hosted by Melanie Steen and Michael Gibson, the show will focus on highlighting the exciting people, places and activities in southwest Missouri. Extra-cool bonus for 417 readers: Associate Publisher Logan Aguirre is joining the show once a week to add our lifestyle expertise, as she helps guide viewers to great things to see and do in the area. Stay tuned for the announcement of the first show date, happening this month. (Source: www.417mag.com)


Facilities began receiving licensing and certification from the Section for Medical Marijuana Regulation within the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) two years ago this week, and they began receiving their approval to operate following the commencement inspection process in June 2020. More than 300 facilities are now operating in Missouri as cultivators, manufacturers, dispensaries, testing laboratories, transporters, and seed-to-sale providers.

“Nearly every facility who was part of the initial round of licensing is now up and running and providing beneficial products and service to the patients of Missouri,” said Lyndall Fraker, Director of the Section for Medical Marijuana Regulation. “We are proud of the tenacity shown by both our regulatory team and all of the facility operators who were able to clear so many hurdles that COVID-19 presented during a critical time.” (Source: www.kait8.com)



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