A suspect is arrested after yet another arson fire in Galena. Officials say they've had to deal with more than a dozen arson fires with no arrests. But there's a potential break in the investigation. Emergency officials have been trying to get a tally of how many arson fires they've recently seen. They say the challenge is there's been so many of those fires. "It's really unreal. Yes it is. It's really unreal," says Galena Fire Chief Bill Hall.
What many say is a piece of shopping Americana will soon be sealed into history. Toys R Us officially announced today that it's shutting down its operations, closing 740 stores in the coming months. That includes a store in Joplin. The company has been struggling to compete with other companies that offer toys and games. Shoppers in Joplin are wondering what went wrong for a toy store, of all places, to fail.
Preliminary plans have been submitted for a possible new Menards store in Joplin. The hardware store would be near Cracker Barrel, near Interstate 44. Some Four Staters say this is great news for Joplin, but say the City has enough big box hardware stores. Cecil Goddard lives about 12 miles north of Webb City and comes to town..."About once or twice a week," says Goddard. Goddard says that's enough. But Goddard says north of Joplin has the space, and need, for more development.
It’ll soon be time to say goodbye to Geoffrey the Giraffe and those much anticipated Christmas time catalogs from Toys R Us. The company officially announced today it’s liquidating all of its stores. We’ll bring local reaction this evening. https://t.co/7e7Msrps35
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