BEAVER LAKE, Ar. – The Army Corps of Engineers is urging folks to keep a close eye on the weather this Memorial Day weekend.
Higher than normal water levels has forced a number of campsites to be closed in the Ozarks – including 15 at the Horseshoe Bend Campground in Arkansas.
CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Mo. -- August 4, Christian County voters will elect a new sheriff. Today, county commissioners scheduled a special election following Joey Kyle's embezzlement guilty plea and resignation.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--A state Senate leader confirms an investigation is being conducted into allegations that sexual harassment or discrimination caused a student intern to end an assignment, and sources tell the Columbia Tribune that assignment was to the office of Senator Paul LeVota (D-Independence).
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The City of Springfield is wrapping up its Community Listen sessions for Northwest-area residents Thursday, and data collected from previous meetings already shows some common threads.
The latest information on the deaths of a man and woman found in Springfield Wednesday and the criminal charges against former sheriff Joey Kyle. And another rainy, cool day for the Ozarks. Here's your morning Quick Cast.
BEAVER LAKE (ROGERS), Ark. --Memorial day is Monday and lots of rainfall and flooding across the state could affect your holiday plans. In Northwest Arkansas, park rangers are asking people to leave certain areas of Horseshoe Bend.
NEW YORK -- When the lights dimmed inside the Ed Sullivan Theater Wednesday it marked the end of an era. After 33 years and 6,028 broadcasts of his late-night show, David Letterman signs off for the last time on The Late Show.
NEW YORK -- David Letterman said farewell to viewers Wednesday after a 33 year career, in a star-studded "Late Show" finale packed with laughs and memories. But he kept his emotions pretty much in check.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri will soon have a human trafficking task force. It will be responsible for raising awareness, providing organizations and agencies that enforce human trafficking laws a central place to share information, and making recommendations for legislation to the General Assembly.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon has vowed to veto Right to Work legislation, telling KOLR 10 he thinks it's an "attack" on working people, while backers in the legislature are finding out whether enough support exists to override the governor's impending decision.
A fight may be shaping up in the Missouri capitol over the recent "Right to Work" vote, Missouri and other states go after scams claiming to raise money for cancer research, and heavy rain expected in parts of the Ozarks today. Here's your morning Quick Cast.