SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The August 5 election is fast approaching and political groups are now letting their ads do the talking.
FORSYTH, Mo. - According to the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), more Missouri schools are taking steps to keep children safe during a disaster.
REPUBLIC, Mo. – A Republic man is being held without bond at the Greene County Jail, accused of intention to distribute methamphetamine in the Republic area.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Now through Saturday, Aug. 2, fair patrons will receive $1 off general admission with the donation of two nonperishable food items.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – CoxHealth announces it was one of 18 organizations awarded funding by the Missouri Foundation of Health to continue helping consumers sign up for health insurance through the Missouri Marketplace.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Police are looking for a man who robbed a north-side convenience at gunpoint this morning.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- A possible interstate project that would cost nearly a billion dollars has brought in the prospect of tolling drivers on Interstate 40.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Public schools in the Ozarks are gearing up for the return of students for the fall semester. In Springfield, the R-12 school district has set dates for orientation at a number of schools.
ST.LOUIS, Mo.-- A federal grand jury indicts a man from Crocker, Missouri for allegedly transporting child pornography.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – With the Ozarks Empire Fair underway in Springfield, KOLR10’s Brett Martin spent time passing out tickets outside the fair gate, as well as, serving fair favorites to fairgoers.
JAMESVILLE, Mo. -- You might not think much about that little stream that runs near your home. But it plays a major role in the health of the nation's rivers all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.
Start your day with the morning's top news stories and the day's forecast in just a couple of minutes. Just watch the video for your morning Quick Cast!.
A Heat Advisory is in effect from noon today to 7 pm this evening for Vernon, Barton, Jasper Counties.
Pettis County, Mo. -- The Pettis County Sheriff's Office is looking for an inmate who escaped from jail Thursday night.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Aging is an inevitable part of life. However, a local doctor says there are six elements that can help us grow older gracefully.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As families head to the Ozark Empire Fair for quality time and fun this week, Springfield Police are trying to make it easier for parents to keep track of their children. Police are encouraging parents to pick up a Child Print ID Kit at the police booth.
BOLIVAR, Mo. -- The residents of Bolivar had concerns about their city's management.
STONE COUNTY, Mo. – The Stone County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help in identifying two suspects accused of stealing a Kansas couple’s credit cards.
CNN -- More than 6.8 million Americans will get a refund from their health insurer this summer.
BULL CREEK, Mo. -- Citizens in the Ozarks are working to clean up their small village, on their own. July marks the first month for Bull Creek’s Citizens on Patrol program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- The start of the new school year is just a few weeks away. It can be a stressful time for many parents as they prepare their children for the academic year, but many low-income families in the area are getting some relief from donations.
(CNN) -- Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12. Wawona believes the products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The State Supreme Court has set a date for the execution of convicted murderer Leon Taylor. He is scheduled to die by lethal injection just after midnight, September 10, at the Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center at Bonne Terre.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield business man is facing a federal indictment for additional bankruptcy fraud after being indicted last year for a string of bank fraud and wire fraud schemes totaling more than $3.3 million in losses.
CABOT, Ark. – Rick Ellis' tearful message to drunk drivers has been shared hundreds of thousands of times since he posted it last week.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Two veterans of the Salvation Army will lead the organizations programs in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police spokeswoman Lisa Cox tells KOLR10 News police were called to the house in the 2700 block of North Delaware Wednesday evening, about two people trying to kick in the door.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A center piece of a mini golf course in south Springfield is back where it belongs today.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A judge is to sentence a Springfield man on November 14 after he was found guilty on three sex charges by a Greene County jury.
BOLIVAR, Mo. - A man from Halfway, Missouri has pleaded guilty to stealing items from hangers at the Bolivar airport and sentenced to five years in prison.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Walmart announced that Greg Foran has been promoted to President and CEO of Walmart U.S. Foran succeeds Bill Simon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The final touches are being put on the fairgrounds in north Springfield, as the Ozark Empire Fair opens today, Thursday, July 24.
LONDON -- An Air Algerie flight with 116 people on board has dropped off radar, prompting a search for the missing plane, the airline's operator said Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thousands of miles of highway run every direction across the state of Missouri, getting a message to drivers is easily done with signs.
Who's behind those catchy messages on the highway message signs? New regulations for event companies that put up large tents has many concerned. An area hospital is closing after decades in business. And a cooler morning with a beautiful day ahead! Here's your morning Quick Cast.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Efforts to collect a bus full of school supplies for children in need is in it's fourth day in Springfield.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Federal Aviation Administration removed its ban on U.S. passenger planes flying to and from Tel Aviv Wednesday night, a day-and-a-half after stopping all the flights citing security concerns.
ROGERS, Ark --Strong winds rushed through northwest Arkansas Wednesday afternoon, leaving behind a lot of damage.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Art is in the eye of the beholder. For a Springfield craftsman, his art is being held in the hands of cowboy gun collectors.
OSCEOLA, Mo. -- Sac-Osage Hospital in Osceola will soon close its doors. Citizens Memorial Hospital in Bolivar is about 35 miles away from Osceola. Workers at Sac-Osage Hospital tell KOLR10 News the Board of Directors there met last week to discuss ways to affiliate themselves with other health organizations due to major financial concerns.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Some Springfield business owners are concerned about how proposed could impact events held within city limits, and their livelihood.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Armadillos have become a common sight here in Missouri, but the critters haven't always been around in the Show-Me State.
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Mo. – A Tennessee man was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday for enticing a minor to engage in illicit sexual activity.
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. - Four people are reported dead in the crash of a dump truck and pickup truck on Missouri 5 at the Niangua River bridge today.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Many families in the Springfield area now have a permanent place to call home. On Wednesday, The Kitchen celebrated the opening of Beacon Village-- a housing development that offers affordable permanent housing to qualifying individuals.
BRANSON, Mo. -- State leaders are hoping a new law for doctors will help fill the current void in rural areas.
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. – A Rogersville couple has been indicted by a federal grand jury for selling $1 million in synthetic marijuana, also called K2, in their store.
JACKSONVILLE, Ark. -- More than four hours after a lockdown was issued at the Little Rock Airforce Base (LRAFB) on reports of a suspicious individual, it has been lifted.
WASHINGTON D.C. – In an announcement Wednesday, officials say 23 Arkansas counties have been designated as disaster areas, which allows farmers and ranchers to receive assistance to recover from losses caused by June’s flash flooding.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – In an announcement Wednesday, Governor Jay Nixon says he has ordered the Office of Administration to conduct a comprehensive review of the Missouri’s Lottery’s operations.