SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Tent companies will soon have to follow new rules from the Springfield Fire Department. The regulations affect permitting and installation of tents within the city. At a meeting on Thursday, vendors met with representatives from the Department to voice their concerns of how the regulations would affect their businesses.
Two American health care workers in Africa are struggling to survive the deadly Ebola virus after caring for patients stricken with the disease. Do people in the U.S. need to worry about the virus harming us here?
A little bug is causing big trouble for Missouri forests, area firefighters are concerned about access to gated neighborhoods, and two sisters with a major role in U.S. history speak in Springfield tonight. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- Firefighters in the Logan-Rogersville Fire Protection District want to make sure they have access to gated homes, communities and businesses so they can respond to emergencies as quickly as possible.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Twenty-four recruits in the Springfield Police Academy will soon put their training to the ultimate test. The Academy's graduating class is comprised of 17 men and seven women-- making this the largest group of women to graduate since 2000.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- President Obama arrived in Kansas City Tuesday night ahead of a speech today on the economy. He had dinner with four people from the area who recently wrote him letters about issues affecting their daily lives.
Small cars, especially electric and hybrid cars, are more popular than ever. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety put electric and hybrid cars through a newer, tougher crash test for the first time..as part of a test of small vehicles.
Community reaction to the closing of an Ozarks hospital, a street closing will disrupt traffic in downtown Springfield today, a religious site, targeted by a hate crime, reopens. And parts of the Ozarks will see some rain today. Here's your morning Quick Cast!
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- When the school year begins, more teachers will be armed. Since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School more than a year and a half ago, nine states passed laws allowing teachers to have firearms in school.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's been almost four months since the March 31st deadline to enroll in health care through the Affordable Care Act and doctors are experiencing an influx of patients with the new marketplace insurance.
NEW YORK -- Americans have a debt problem. An estimated 1 in 3 adults with a credit history -- or 77 million people -- are so far behind on some of their debt payments that their account has been put "in collections."
A missing boy is safely returned to his mother - the search continues for the man suspected of taking him. Nixa polls its residents about getting high-speed internet and this cooler weather continues with a chance for some rain tomorrow. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!