LITTLE ROCK, AR - A bill requiring drug tests for some people seeking government assistance has been filed in the state legislature. Supporters say it holds people getting benefits accountable, but opponents worry it's a waste of money and targets vulnerable citizens.
A husband, wife and four children lost their home, dog and all of their possessions today in a fire. It happened at 4:16 a.m. on West Brower street in Springfield. The fire marshal says the fire appears to be space-heater related.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- During an afternoon press conference, the Clayton, Missouri Police Chief called Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich's death an apparent suicide from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. A psychologist weighs into the warning signs of suicide.
LONDON -- The knife-wielding masked ISIS militant seen in a number of beheading videos and dubbed "Jihadi John" has been named as Mohammed Emwazi, a London man with a college degree, a U.S. intelligence official confirmed to CBS News Thursday.
CBSNews -- The Federal Communications Commission will vote Thursday on a question that will change the Internet for all of us: Should some Americans be allowed to pay extra for faster service, or is Internet access a new American right -- equal for all. It's called net neutrality.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- With the click of a mouse, you can donate cash to the cause of your choice as crowd funding continues to expand online. Anyone can make a page asking for money. So where do the donated dollars really go? Some may have good intentions, while others may be taking advantage of generosity.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Legislation that would have eliminated hunting, fishing, and trapping permit fees for Missouri residents has been changed. A Senate committee discussed a substitute for SB 56 instead.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The scheduled closing of the Kitchen Inc.'s Missouri Hotel has been delayed after the 130 families were not relocated in time. As of Wednesday, about 90 people still needed to be moved before they close the doors.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri will soon begin to sell hemp oil. This week, the State Department of Agriculture granted licenses to two nonprofits to produce cannabis plants for hemp extract. It's good news for parents whose children who suffer epileptic seizures.
BRANSON, Mo.-- The Branson community comes together to help the family of the six-year-old girl police say was killed at a Branson hotel.
The benefit show as the Rowdy Beaver was the first of many public gathers planned, in Branson, over the coming days.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Our school systems are where the future begins. So how do local schools deal with diversity in Springfield? KOLR10's Matt Lupoli reports the district's message is one of inclusion through engagement.
The City of Springfield will once again allow adoption of pit bulls in the city limits - for a limited time. Sen. McCaskill talks to KOLR10 News about lifting the embargo on Cuba and how it could affect Missouri. And Branson cracks down on panhandling. More thawing with a warmer day today - but snow is back in the forecast. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
The all-electric Tesla Model S has come out on top as the best car Consumer Reports has tested. It's also one of three American cars to earn a slot among Consumer Reports' Top Picks this year, the first time that's happened since 1998.
STEPHENSVILLE, Texas -- A former marine convicted of killing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle, and Chad Littlefield faces life in prison.
Routh admitted shooting Kyle and Littlefield, at a Texas firing range two years ago. But late last night, jurors rejected claims that he was insane.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Plans to build a 100-plus home subdivision could be a sign that development is on the rise in Springfield. This would be the first subdivision with more than 100 lots built in Springfield since 2008.