The first round of the Legends of Golf tees off this morning - what to expect if you plan to go. Victims of crime in the Ozarks are honored. Arbor Day events in the Ozarks include a free tree giveaway. And the threat of severe storms has been lowered today. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
While exercise and a healthy diet are crucial to maintaining your weight, something more than counting calories may make a difference.
The Stars of one of the summer's most anticipated movies have hit a couple of roadblocks on their promotional tour.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Today marks the first round of the second annual Legends of Golf tournament at Top of the Rock near Branson. More than 80 champions tour players will tee off the three-day event.
Everyone loves Thin Mints and Do-Si-Dos, but you only get a chance to buy them from the Girl Scouts once a year. That's about to change, as a new bake-it-yourself Girl Scout cookie oven hits stores.
NASA calls the Hubble space telescope the "most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo's telescope." Not bad for a 25 year-old floating bucket.
WESTFIELD, Ind. -- About two dozen students at an Indiana high school were hurt Thursday night when the stage they were performing on collapsed.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- A volunteer group from St. Louis is helping build the 96th Habitat for Humanity home in Joplin since the 2011 tornado.
There's a recall of some Mucinex liquid products, because of possibly misleading labels.
It's Arbor Day in Missouri, and several local events are planned to mark the day.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, April 24, 2015...
The hazards of letting children sleep in car seats. And bringing down the number of breast cancer deaths.
A number of firms have fallen prey to high-profile cyber attacks over the last year or so, putting consumers' personal and financial information at risk. But an upside of these breaches may be more consumers paying more attention to their accounts.
SEATTLE -- Bob Molinelli and his dog Abby were on their usual run in a wooded area of Joint Base Lewis McChord near Seattle last week. Abby saw a bear and disappeared into the trees.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A pint-sized star wars fan wanted to become a Jedi Knight, but felt the Force let him down in a big way when he learned the title came with one major restriction.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Evan Bennett, Executive Director of the Springfield Ballet, visits KOLR10 Daybreak to talk about a new show opening this weekend at the historic Landers Theater.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Activities continue today leading up to this weekends Legends of Golf Tournament at Top of the Rock. Today - some of the biggest names of golf will tee off in the Pro-Am competition.
Is a movie in your weekend plans? Chris the Critic from the Missouri Film Alliance is here to give us a preview of the week's new releases.
How harmful is BPA for newborns? And new concerns about shortages of potentially life-saving drugs.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, April 23, 2015...
You can't always pick your family. That's a lesson Ben Affleck is learning the hard way. And Rumor Willis says she had a crush on her former step-dad.
The NFL is praising a settlement in concussion lawsuits filed by more than 5,000 former players. A federal judge approved the agreement Wednesday, and it could cost the league a billion dollars..
We've seen some severe weather already this spring, and being prepared is important. Here are some tips for what you should have in an emergency kit.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's Earth Day and many people will spend it outside In the Ozarks, dozens of volunteers will meet for a big cleanup at Lake Springfield.
PHILADELPHIA -- NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is already getting a warm welcome to his new town, in the form of a pretzel.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri legislature has proposed shortening the length of time a person can stay on unemployment benefits by tying that limit to the unemployment rate.
Point Lookout, Mo. -- Veterans of the Vietnam War will have a special memorial in their honor, with a dedication ceremony today near Branson.
Cooking when you have rheumatoid arthritis can be hard, but we have some suggestions to help!
90's kids rejoice. 'Full House' is about to get a little fuller and a major part in Disney's live action 'Beauty and the Beast' is getting closer to being cast.
More evidence there's no connection between vaccines and autism.
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge will begin hearing arguments today (Wednesday) on whether to expand the freedom of the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan in 1981.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, April 22, 2015...
Is taking your dog for a walk like a tug of war? Dog trainer Misti Fry from Springfield Side Kick Dog Training, is back on KOLR10 Daybreak with great tips for better ways to do it.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Some drivers in Springfield will encounter a new traffic signal for walkers and bikers to access the South Creek Trail.
Spring is in the air, and taxes are behind us. It's a good time to spruce up a budget, or put one on paper for the year ahead. April is National Financial Literacy Month and there are many tools out there to help you do it.
BOSTON -- The next phase in the trial of the Boston Marathon bomber is set to begin today. After declaring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of the 2013 attack, the jury will now hear arguments in the sentencing phase.
DES MOINES -- The Drake Relay Events kicked off in Iowa this week with judging for the 36th annual Beautiful Bulldog Contest.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The spring "Friends of the Library Book Sale" opens today at Remington's Event Center in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield City Council will interview five people today who want to serve in the council's Zone 1 seat.
Male bonding through team sports - that's something only for young people, right? Not necessarily. There is a growing trend of men who just keep on playing team sports no matter what their age.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel share a first look at their newborn baby son.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, April 21, 2015...
A new study questions whether older adults should routinely take statins and the government clarifies its guidelines for breast cancer screening.
This morning, retailers in 23 states are pulling Blue Bell ice cream products from store shelves, and consumers are being told not to eat any Blue Bell ice cream they may have at home.
Sobering news from superstar Taylor Swift -- her mom has cancer.
Forget about Andrew Jackson and his big hair. It's time we put a woman on the $20 bill, says one group lobbying Congress to do just that.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- After voters repealed the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Ordinance in Springfield, some students at Missouri State University are planning further action.
ROCHELLE, Ill. -- At least one person is dead after a tornado hit Illinois. The twister touched down Thursday as a line of storms blew across the Midwest.
New academic data on kindergartners using iPads in the classroom. And what can triple the risk of childhood diabetes?
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, April 10, 2015...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- The Missouri Supreme Court has decided to carry on with the execution of a man.