A proposed rehab center for women sparks controversy in Rogersville. New details emerge about the suicide of Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich. And the warm-up is finally here, just in time for the weekend. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
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Rob Gronniger, lead administrator for The Summit Preparatory School in Springfield, is adjusting to when to call off school during Ozarks winters. But he knows where to go for the best info. Rob is a fan of Griffey the Weather Dog!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A lot of school districts have dealt with tough calls the last few weeks - when do you cancel school? It's not as hard for the Summit Preparatory School in west Springfield.
Ringling Brothers circus owners announced their self-proclaimed "Greatest Show on Earth" will eliminate all elephant acts by 2018. Other live animals will continue to be part of its traveling tours for now. The change comes after years of protest from animal rights activists.
If you're thinking ahead to some spring cleaning, you may want to put tidying up finances and your credit report on that list. In today's Consumer Watch, a look at some credit score missteps you may not even realize you are making.
LEGOLAND, Calif. -- They say you can make anything with Legos, provided you have time and a little imagination.
In the 22 billion dollar-a-year health club industry, gyms vie for business with amenities like smoothie bars and Zumba classes. Some chains are also attracting new members with a little help from Hollywood.
A 'Star Wars' star is involved in a plane crash, and a comedian battles a former game show host for a good cause.
A look at the positive effect spouses can have on each other when it comes to exercise.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, March 6, 2015...
SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- Doctors expect Harrison Ford to make a full recovery after he crash-landed his plane on a golf course.
Everyday life events can be stressful. But, how you react to it can determine whether it'll lead to a variety of potential health problems. But stress can be managed and over the years, we've made significant strides in getting it under control.
List of area events canceled or delayed in the event of bad weather.
BRANSON, Mo. -- KOLR10's Grant Sloan checks Thursday morning travel conditions in the Branson-Lakes area after several inches of snow fell Wednesday. Black ice will be the major concern.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- A female store clerk managed to turn the tables on a robber by grabbing his gun. She ended up shooting him and now she's shooting to fame.
Checking in with the Griffey cam as we go to a break this morning.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The issue of abortion took center stage Tuesday at the Arkansas State Capitol.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, March 5, 2015...
FERGUSON, Mo. -- Protesters have, once again, gathered in Ferguson. The group came together outside the city's police department late Wednesday.
World health experts want us all to eat less sugar and the benefits of the Mediterranean diet.
Three new movies make debuts in Springfield theaters. Chris the Critic from the Missouri Film Alliance is here to give us a preview.
STRAFFORD, N.H. -- Talk about making the best of winter! A man in New Hampshire built an igloo bar out of a huge snow drift.
CRANFORD, N.J. -- A family in Cranford, New Jersey is doing some fancy sledding this winter, all thanks to their devoted dad who took it upon himself to create something on his own.
Freezing rain and sleet has begun in southwest Missouri - here's an update on street conditions and the forecast as of 7:30 am.
Update information on the snowstorm headed for the Ozarks, MoDOT gears up, a Springfield police officer is shaken up when his patrol car is rammed, and how Springfield's pitbull ordinance may be easing. Here's your morning Quick Cast.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Local manufacturing company Loren Cook is hosting a hiring event today.
An interesting way to keep your kids fit and how often do adults catch the flu?
Quick links to radar, road conditions, cancellations and more - in one place.
"Gluten free" seems to be a buzz word in food circles, but is it bad for everyone?
CHICAGO -- The excitement of March basketball is in the air and fans from all over are putting together their 'perfect' brackets. But as optimistic as they might be, some researchers are saying that's near impossible.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, March 4, 2015...
Carrie Underwood introduces her son to the world, and Kelly Clarkson could be heading to a city near you.
LONDON-- Sometimes a camera can catch an image that's pretty remarkable. In London, Martin LeMay was on a walk when he heard a distressed squawking sound.
CBSNews -- Analysts had been warning for some time that the recent historic drop in U.S. gasoline prices might end abruptly as the global oil market shakes itself out.
CNN -- An A-lister lands an unexpected new role and the clock is ticking on a fan-favorite TV character.
CBSNews -- The debate continues over delaying childhood vaccines.
CBSNews -- Furniture that can charge your electronics may be on the way.
After a messy weekend of snow and freezing drizzle, road crews have worked around the clock to clear main roads in Springfield for the Monday morning commute. KOLR10's Matt Lupoli has this update.
CHICAGO -- The 15th Annual Chicago Polar Plunge into Lake Michigan, the largest fundraising event for the Special Olympics Chicago, was held Sunday (3/1) at North Avenue Beach. The plunge involved brave souls going into the lake despite the freezing temperatures.
Leaders in Congress cannot agree on an increase in the federal minimum wage. But across America, big companies are hiking the wages of their workers. Is it enough?
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, March 2, 2015...
A lauded musician teases a new album. And a hit TV show is getting ready to premiere a new season.
More debate when it comes to delaying childhood vaccines.
ROLLA, Mo. -- Traffic is again moving through the Rolla area on Interstate 44, after the crash of a passenger bus and tractor-trailer rig closed westbound lanes Saturday.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- Police in Joplin, Missouri are appealing to the public to help find a missing child.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Thousands of runners took over downtown Little Rock this weekend for the annual Little Rock Marathon.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If striving for a better body, one is likely watching their sugar intake, but what is hard to realize is why it's so hard to cut back.
SUN CITY, Ariz. -- It's video that captured the attention of the nation, as the chase was broadcast live on TV. But it wasn't a car chase or escaped criminal this time.
The fabric of a dress nearly caused the fabric of the Internet to unravel Thursday night, with people engaged in spirited debate over the color of the $80 item
Can coffee offer protection against Multiple Sclerosis? And are suicide rates are on the rise for older adults?
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, February 27, 2015....