SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Some drivers in Springfield will encounter a new traffic signal for walkers and bikers to access the South Creek Trail.
Two popular brands are recalling their products over concerns about listeria contamination. The bacteria can cause serious infections and be deadly for some people.
BOSTON -- The next phase in the trial of the Boston Marathon bomber is set to begin today. After declaring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of the 2013 attack, the jury will now hear arguments in the sentencing phase.
Blue Bell Ice Cream expands its recall to all of its products...new safety features start today for walkers along the South Creek Greenway....and Kraft Mac and Cheese is changing. Here's your morning Quick Cast.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The spring "Friends of the Library Book Sale" opens today at Remington's Event Center in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield City Council will interview five people today who want to serve in the council's Zone 1 seat.
This morning, retailers in 23 states are pulling Blue Bell ice cream products from store shelves, and consumers are being told not to eat any Blue Bell ice cream they may have at home.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Tabitha Eutsler was selected from 68 nominees to be Springfield's teacher of the year.
LEBANON, Mo. – The Lebanon City Council and its constituents are now divided over a proposed electric rate hike after the city council did not take a scheduled vote on the issue April 13.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Kraft Foods plans to change an American favorite. The company announced today it will remove synthetic colors and artificial preservatives from the Original Mac & Cheese.
CARROLL COUNTY, Mo. -- 38 year old Russell Johnston of Seligman, Mo. drowned while fishing.
BRANSON, Mo. - While some in the Ozarks are getting ready for turkey hunting season, others are heading to the woods for a different reason.
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Mo. -- Amid growing scrutiny over the qualifications of a reserve deputy who shot and killed a man after mistaking his handgun for a taser, KOLR10's Linda Ong looked into the training of reserve officers in the Ozarks.
BOSTON, Ma. -- With tight security surrounding the 26.2 mile course and nearly 30,000 runners, to Africans win the iconic marathon.
GOLDEN CITY, Mo. – Trial dates have been set for the middle of next year for the man accused in the kidnapping, rape and murder of 12-year-old Adriaunna Horton in August 2013.
NIXA, Mo. -- From the national stage to Nixa's high school auditorium: Zach Wahls -- a civil rights advocate known for his remarks to Iowa lawmakers about what makes a family and the subsequent best-selling book he wrote about it -- will host a discussion in the Ozarks on Monday night.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Repairs will begin today, leaving Sunset St. closed until Friday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police say Cierra Garrett has been located and is safe.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A Springfield mental hospital told KOLR10 it will cut up to 100 jobs if the state legislature passes the Senate's version of next year's budget.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- A proposed office project on the east side of Springfield is sparking concern for neighbors living about the site who want to preserve their open space.
(CBS News) -- OKLAHOMA CITY - Several hundred people gathered at the former site of the Oklahoma City federal building to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the terrorist bombing there that killed 168 people and injured many others.
JASPER, Mo.-- A Mt. Vernon man was killed in a head-on collision just west of Carthage.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hundreds of volunteers and several organizations helped those in need this morning by offering their time and some every day essentials.
OZARK, Mo.-- The Ozark Police Department is hosting a “Paul Blart” look-alike event with their very own candidate.
OZARK, Mo.-- Cloth diapers were being collected today in recognition of Earth Day.
JASPER COUNTY, Mo.-- A 26-year-old man from Lamar, Mo. was killed in a one-vehicle accident Apr. 17.
BRANSON, Mo.-- The missing teen has been located by officers and was found safe.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Isabel's House is hosting a community tour day where family advocates will be available to talk with families and community members about Isabel's House services and referrals,
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- High school students in the Ozarks joined thousands across the nation Friday to send a message without words.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri State wrapped up their Public Affairs Conference Friday afternoon with a discussion on one topic that swept across the country.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Prosecutors have charged a man suspected of shooting a woman in the leg.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A new strain of dog flu from Asia has lead to an increased call volume and some veterinary clinics in the Ozarks.
(CBS NEWS) -- Donna Fennikoh's migraines started about 5 years ago after a back operation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Many kids that start kindergarten in the fall now have a better idea of what to expect.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Laura Burney is happy to be back at work.
(CBS News) -- Dogs are doing a lot to calm tensions at Missouri prisons.
MISSOURI-- The American Farm Bureau recently released the results of its first quarter Marketbasket Survey, in which 16 common food items are price checked. Nationwide the items totaled $53.87 while Missouri’s average price for the same items was $47.45, netting a savings of $6.42. One year ago, Missouri prices for the same items totaled $49.08.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- CoxHealth is using this month to recognize charities that serve victims of violent or sexual crimes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Volunteers with Master Gardeners of Greene County are teaching a series of classes for home gardeners known as Potting Shed University.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The plan to lump together the budgets of three state agencies and let them divide up their money has lost a key supporter.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The state legislature has sent Gov. Jay Nixon a proposal to tighten work requirements for receiving federal welfare money and cut by 15-months the lifetime limit for an individual to receive it.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- For the first time in several years, a rescue shelter will be allowed to move pit bull dogs from the pound to its adoption center in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Over the past year, the number of middle and high school students using e-cigarettes has tripled. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The Food and Drug Administration published the information.
LITTLE ROCK, Ar. -- The tax deadline has come and gone, but, if you're getting a refund enjoy it because next year's might not be as much.
REEDS SPRING, Mo.-- The Works Progress Administration building, in Reeds Spring, is currently a work in progress.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Inside 417 Motorworks Blake Hughes and his staff are always hard at work. That may explain why he said he didn't know that soon MODOT crews would be outside hard at work on a project of their own.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- The state auditor’s office says if more money is going to be coming to the state under the Mack’s Creek law, the state needs to get that money where it’s supposed to go.
REPUBLIC, Mo.—The City of Republic has named a new Police Chief.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- To better protect the community from fires, the Springfield Fire Department is launching a new home safety campaign.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Emotions were high during a legislative hearing on an anti-discrimination bill. Proponents of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people’s rights are pushing for the advancement of the Missouri Nondiscrimination Act, or MONA, in the state House. It would bar discrimination against those groups in employment, disability, or housing.