SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Prosecutors have charged a man suspected of shooting a woman in the leg.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A new strain of dog flu from Asia has lead to an increased call volume and some veterinary clinics in the Ozarks.
(CBS NEWS) -- Donna Fennikoh's migraines started about 5 years ago after a back operation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri State wrapped up their Public Affairs Conference Friday afternoon with a discussion on one topic that swept across the country.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Many kids that start kindergarten in the fall now have a better idea of what to expect.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Laura Burney is happy to be back at work.
(CBS News) -- Dogs are doing a lot to calm tensions at Missouri prisons.
MISSOURI-- The American Farm Bureau recently released the results of its first quarter Marketbasket Survey, in which 16 common food items are price checked. Nationwide the items totaled $53.87 while Missouri’s average price for the same items was $47.45, netting a savings of $6.42. One year ago, Missouri prices for the same items totaled $49.08.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- CoxHealth is using this month to recognize charities that serve victims of violent or sexual crimes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Volunteers with Master Gardeners of Greene County are teaching a series of classes for home gardeners known as Potting Shed University.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The plan to lump together the budgets of three state agencies and let them divide up their money has lost a key supporter.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The state legislature has sent Gov. Jay Nixon a proposal to tighten work requirements for receiving federal welfare money and cut by 15-months the lifetime limit for an individual to receive it.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- For the first time in several years, a rescue shelter will be allowed to move pit bull dogs from the pound to its adoption center in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Over the past year, the number of middle and high school students using e-cigarettes has tripled. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The Food and Drug Administration published the information.
LITTLE ROCK, Ar. -- The tax deadline has come and gone, but, if you're getting a refund enjoy it because next year's might not be as much.
REEDS SPRING, Mo.-- The Works Progress Administration building, in Reeds Spring, is currently a work in progress.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Inside 417 Motorworks Blake Hughes and his staff are always hard at work. That may explain why he said he didn't know that soon MODOT crews would be outside hard at work on a project of their own.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- The state auditor’s office says if more money is going to be coming to the state under the Mack’s Creek law, the state needs to get that money where it’s supposed to go.
REPUBLIC, Mo.—The City of Republic has named a new Police Chief.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- To better protect the community from fires, the Springfield Fire Department is launching a new home safety campaign.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Emotions were high during a legislative hearing on an anti-discrimination bill. Proponents of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people’s rights are pushing for the advancement of the Missouri Nondiscrimination Act, or MONA, in the state House. It would bar discrimination against those groups in employment, disability, or housing.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Police and first responders are on the scene in the 1700 block of North Sherman this morning where reportedly a person has been shot.
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL (CNN) - Authorities in Panama City Beach, in the spotlight after video of an alleged gang rape went viral, say it's not the first video of its kind they've seen, and they are sick of it.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In the midst of severe weather season, area hospitals are keeping a close eye to prepare for any event.
TEXAS COUNTY, Mo. - Two people are dead and one injured after a crash in Texas County Wednesday.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Police shot and killed a man in a parking garage on the University of Missouri’s campus Wednesday night.
MANSFIELD, Mo. -- An international charity calls an Ozarks boy a "hero." Five-year-old Laramie Smith received an award from the Kids Wish Network. Laramie sustained severe burns on 75 percent of his body.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--A survivor of sex trafficking wants people in the Ozarks to know about the problem.
WARSAW, Mo. -- Neighbors in two communities along the Lake of the Ozarks continue their fight to get rid of the Benton County Sewer District #1 for good. Those oppose say it should have never been formed in the first place.
JOPLIN, Mo.--oplin High School administrators are disturbed to find out some of their students might have exchanged inappropriate pictures.
Today was the last day to file your taxes. One of the biggest problems this season has been scammers.
HARRISON, Ark. - City leaders in Harrison, Arkansas have found a solution to a longtime headache. The former Hoops and Homeruns Hotel property has been donated to the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, and will be used for a new ambulance center.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Springfield could soon have another Walmart Neighborhood Market. Its development though is not without controversy and has concerned some neighbors living near the area.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Hispanic police officer filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Springfield Police Department, saying his rights were violated by what he calls "evil motive or reckless disregard."
GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- On Tuesday, Deputies responded to at home in the 5700 block of West State Highway O after family members had not heard from anyone for several days.
BLUE EYE, Mo.-- Man leads Stone County Deputy on short pursuit, drugs and weapon found.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – MoDOT officials announced Wednesday that contractor crews will not be able to start on planned improvements to Kansas Expressway until next week.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Capitol Police converged Wednesday on a small manned aircraft that has landed on the west front of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. Police have taken the pilot into custody.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. - The Greene County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a DWI checkpoint on Saturday, the office announced Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A flight making its way from Springfield to Chicago returned to Springfield-Branson National Airport "without incident" Wednesday after pilots noticed problems with the plane's landing gear.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The attorney hired to represent a man accused in the double murder of a Springfield couple has filed a motion to withdraw from the case, court documents show.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Wednesday marks the deadline to file your 2014 tax returns.
WILLARD, Mo. -- Greene County deputies are investigating a possible murder-suicide east of Willard.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield and Greene County leaders are looking to figure out a solution for an overcrowded jail and understaffed criminal justice system -- and locals are welcome to weigh in.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri State University offered a night of motivation from Hall of Fame Baseball player Cal Ripken Jr.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- A problem at a waste-water treatment plant has led to a criminal investigation. Discolored foam turned up in the plant about a month ago. The city is currently doing spot checks that basically involve smelling sewer lines to try to pinpoint what the problem is and where it came from.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- Deputies identified the woman shot in Howell County as Tammy Hathcock. According to the Drury University-Thayer website, Hathcock is the Director of the campus.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Local organizations try to address the growing problem of sex trafficking in Southwest Missouri.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month, pinwheels spin at the corner of Sunshine and National in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield and Greene County leaders are working on solution to what they call urgent law enforcement and criminal justice issues.