SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Middle school-aged students will be able to learn Italian at Arts & Letters in Springfield starting Aug. 30.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Annual Neal Moore Labor Day Parade and Picnic will take place in Springfield on Monday, Sept. 1 by honoring America’s workers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A local group is hosting a “Back to School Bargains” event to help families save on school clothing.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Out with the dog days of summer and in with the mules.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Beef prices remain at an all-time high as we head toward Labor Day-- but it's not affecting grocery stores.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks staff are asking for Big Brothers, and in return they are planning to run one mile for each volunteer interview completed in September.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield police said they received credible information that ricin was being manufactured at a north Springfield home. The attorney for the resident of the property is questioning the way the search was executed.
BRANSON, Mo. - A Branson entertainer is reunited with a treasured instrument after nearly three decades.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Just in time for the summer season's final barbeque, Kraft Foods has recalled nearly 8,000 cases of their classic American cheese slices.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The Missouri Highway Patrol is urging Missourians to make safety a key part of their Labor Day weekend both on the road and on the water.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – More details were released in connection with the search warrant executed at a home in the 2200 block of N. Boonville Thursday.
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. – Five people have been indicted by the Pulaski County Grand Jury in connection to the beating and death of an elderly man on July 25.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Greene County Sheriff's Department is asking for help finding a missing woman.
Here is a list of some of the Labor Day events scheduled around southwest Missouri. If you don't see your event listed, email it to us and we'll add it to the list!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Labor Day. The last big holiday weekend of the summer, and one of the deadliest on Missouri highways. The Missouri Highway Patrol will put its 20-Mile Trooper project into effect, starting at 6pm tonight.
Years of drought in several key cattle-producing states have forced up the price of feed, which has prompted many ranchers to dramatically reduce the size of their herds. Those smaller herds pushed beef prices to all-times highs.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Registration for Dog Swim XI at Fassnight Pool is strongly recommended by 5 p.m. today, Friday, says the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.
NEW YORK -- Hackers have managed to break into 7 of the top 15 banks. Here's what you need to know.
GALENA, Mo. – Structures along the James River near Galena and the historic "Y" bridge help reinforce the river banks. The bridge was built in the 1920s.
Springfield Public Schools make some big progress in major benchmarks....many questions remain after a FBI search for hazardous materials at a Springfield home...and a big boost for efforts to save an historic church. Plus...cooler and rainy for the Labor Day weekend. Here's your morning Quick Cast!
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Friday, August 29, 2014
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An accidental fire displaced a family of eight in west Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Springfield Public Schools’ graduation and attendance rates are up this year, according to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A major donation is moving efforts closer to saving an historic church in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police officers, FBI agents and National Guard officials spent most of Thursday investigating a hazardous material situation at a Springfield home, but the contents of what was seized and the details about an arrest made were still a mystery well into the night.
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- U.S. 60 between Springfield and Rogersville will soon look different. A public meeting Thursday gave people a chance to learn more about the improvements that will begin in September.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Police are investigating a stabbing Thursday night on W. College St.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Home care workers statewide are calling for greater wages. According to The Missouri Home Care Union, the average wage of homecare workers in the state is $8.60. Now an Ozarks lawmaker is taking up this fight for higher wages.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Two overnight road closures are planned in Springfield Thursday evening into early Friday morning.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- State lawmakers that backed two big agriculture bills in the regular session believe they will have enough votes to override Governor Jay Nixon’s (D) vetoes of those bills.
CBSNews -- The United States is in for another long, cold winter, according to the newest edition of the Farmers' Almanac. But before you get out your snow shovel and fuzzy mittens, keep reading. Expert meteorologists say the nearly 200-year-old publication's foreboding forecast may be mistaken.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Cox HealthPlans president and CEO Jeff Bond announced Thursday he plans to retire at the end of the year.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield police have one person in custody in connection with a search warrant served on a northside home Thursday morning.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Two men who are being at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, are accused in two attacks that happened inside the prison.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The way Missouri taxpayers fund higher education is changing today.
OZARK, Mo. -- MoDOT is postponing work on Highway 65 north of Ozark until next week.
Thanks to electronic devices, workers have more options to check in at the office. As the last long weekend of the summer approaches, get tips to really escape.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests high schools and middle schools should start their day at 8:30 am at the earliest. A look at how two local schools handle it.
An attorney says same-sex health benefits by a local fire district aren't allowed by Missouri. Getting calls from the 202 area code? It's likely a scam. And meetings tonight on Highway 60 improvements - and with Springfield's new school superintendent. Plus...Lindsey Day on how much longer we have to wait before the cool-down gets here. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- People who live in Greene and Webster counties and regularly use Highway 60, might want to go to a public meeting today, Thursday, August 28.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Superintendent John Jungmann today holds the first of 4 community meetings to get input about the direction of the Springfield public school system.
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Thursday, August 28, 2014
OZARK, Mo. -- Legal advice appears to have decided the fate of a proposal to extend health benefits to same-sex couples for employees of the Ozark Fire Protection District.
OZARK, Mo. -- Ozark Police are warning of an IRS phone scam. Callers claim to be from the IRS and demand money and other personal information.
LEBANON, Mo. -- More than 100 dogs and cats from the Lebanon Humane Society were removed from the shelter Wednesday morning and taken to other shelters in St. Louis.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. -- According to CBS-affiliate KCTV, Ramy Demboski was found safe with her biological mother.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Tickets are on sale for Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield’s Moonlight Tour on Saturday, Sept. 13.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Teacher tenure has been a standard practice in American public education for over a century. A constitutional amendment on this upcoming November general election ballot may change this. Amendment three would weaken tenure laws and tie teacher evaluations to students' performance.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The City of Branson is looking at new funding options for the "Spirit of 76" project, after MoDOT’s transportation tax was shot down by voters.
BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson released a revised draft of the proposed smoking ordinance Wednesday after several weeks of public input.