SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The next time you go downtown to the Square, see if you can spot the difference.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Twenty-one words are going to cost Missouri Counties tens of thousands of dollars.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state Supreme Court has set a date for the execution of convicted murderer Mark Christeson. He is scheduled to die by lethal injection early the morning of October 29 at the prison in Bonne Terre.
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Friday, September 19, 2014
SOUTHWEST Mo. -- With the summer season coming to a close, the Ozarks is gearing up for fall with festivals galore. Take a look at our list of upcoming events in your area.
STONE COUNTY, Mo. -- It's our final stopping point on our River Talk tour. We started at the Creighton River access and now we are actually sitting on the lake.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The first-ever Heart of the Ozarks Sertoma Oktoberfest kicks off Friday, Sept. 19, at the Ozarks Empire Fairgrounds.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Arvest Bank and Ozarks Food Harvest are asking the public to 'Skip Your Lunch, Give a Meal' Friday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is holding a public forum on childhood obesity prevention Friday from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Jordan Valley Community Health Center, 440 E. Tampa, in the WIC classroom.
CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo. -- Police are investigating after a body was recovered from the Lake of the Ozarks Wednesday afternoon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A crowd gathered in Park Central Square to watch a downtown Springfield landmark returned to its former glory.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A real-life version of Cocktail could be seen Thursday night at the Big Whiskey's 5th Annual Bartender Shootout.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Greene County deputies are still trying to determine what led to a man running from police after a routine traffic stop in Southwest Springfield.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- A letter sent to Reeds Spring neighbors asks them to poison stray cats. Someone put the letters in mailboxes at the White Eagle Woods Mobile Home Park. KOLR10 obtained a copy of the letter.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The 2014 Quilt Show began Thursday at the Springfield Expo Center.
BRANSON, Mo.-- The Branson Board of Aldermen and the mayor held a study session Thursday to discuss the most talked about issue in the city. The proposed smoking ordinance has been revised twice, and a third is on the way following the meeting.
WASHINGTON-- With a bipartisan vote, the Senate on Thursday approved a request from President Obama to arm and train Syrian rebels in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), sending a bill to Mr. Obama for a final signature.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Ozarks Technical College sent a letter Thursday to the school’s A+ scholarship recipients informing them they make have to pay for some of their courses out of pocket in the spring.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Students statewide may soon be required to pass the U.S. citizenship test. It's all part of an initiative by the Missouri Civics Education Initiative to ensure future generations understand American Government and U.S. History.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- A review of the Missouri Lottery revealed ways to improve the system.
BRANSON, Mo.-- Autumn Daze began Thursday in Branson. This is the 41st year for the arts and crafts festival, which benefits the Tri Lakes Humane Society.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney)-- Home Depot confirmed Thursday that hackers exposed 56 million credit and debit cards during its months-long security breach. The company also said it had eliminated the malware behind the attack from its payment systems.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- The anticipated next leader of the Missouri House has reservations about mandating body cameras for all police in the state.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A truck driver was sentenced to four and a half years in federal prison on Thursday for a cargo theft scheme.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- The Greene County Commission announced cost of living adjustments for employees on Thursday. Effective October 3, county workers will receive an additional 3% of their pay.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Governor Jay Nixon has announced the creation of a new office that he says will work with Missourians and help find “policy solutions for challenges facing low-income and minority communities.”
GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- Greene County deputies arrested a man on Thursday who they say led them on a pursuit, then assaulted a K9.
CBSNews -- The number of Americans who are now enrolled in the new Obamacare marketplaces, and who have paid their premiums, now stands at 7.3 million, an administration official told Congress today.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Two House members say they will ask the legislature to consider making body cameras mandatory for every law enforcement officer in the state.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A bipartisan group has launched an effort to make sure Missouri’s high school graduates know as much about their country and its system of government as immigrants know when they become citizens. They recall a time when Civics was a course taught in high schools.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thursday night Central High School's drama department will host a Cabaret show to raise money for a school trip to New York City.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A statewide scholarship program that is helping thousands of students earn a degree could be facing a budget shortfall.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – About 500 people plan to go red for heart disease Thursday at the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Second Annual Moon Over the Mother Road kicks off in Downtown Springfield Thursday night and the History Museum on the Square plans to light the historic neon Fox Theatre sign.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The 5th Annual Bartenders Shootout is planned Thursday night, Sept. 18, in benefit to the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch.
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Thursday, September 18, 2014
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- While crews clean up, Stormwater Engineers are learning from the intense downpours about how to prevent flooding in the area next time. After a day of rain, Dennis Prince steps out of his home in Battlefield to see the damage left by Mother Nature.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Residents across the Ozarks are feeling the impact of left over damage caused by the severe and heavy rains today. The three inches of rain didn't only leave behind flooded roadways, but flooded homes and businesses as well.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A costly court decision has election officials across the state scrambling.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Springfield Public Schools and Mercy Hospital held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday for the new Health Sciences Academy.
WASHINGTON-- Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri criticized the state of sports in an editorial published in USA Today.
PHOENIX-- Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer has been arrested for domestic violence, CBS News has confirmed.
BRANSON, Mo.-- A new documentary on Neflix goes behind the scenes of Branson, following the lives of some of the biggest names, their families, and the shows that have become a staples of the community
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A historic one-room schoolhouse will reopen in Springfield this weekend. Liberty School has been moved from near Fellows Lake to the Gray-Campbell Farmstead inside Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- There may be a link between a recent baby boom and this past winter's storm.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A Springfield man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to a scheme to distribute synthetic marijuana, known as K2. 28-year-old Brandon Franklin was charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and to conspiracy to commit money laundering.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A supervisor at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners admits he talked an inmate into not reporting an assault by a correctional officer.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Inside lanes of Grand St. at Kimbrough Ave. will be closed from 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, to 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26 for pavement repair.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Rain flooded Springfield streets and caused power outages Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service reported that Wednesday was the wettest day in Springfield since September 1, 2010.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Dickerson Park Zoo will unveil "Bear Country" on Saturday, September 27. That's the new name of the black bear yard. The zoo has formed a five-year partnership with the Missouri State University Foundation, Alumni Association and Student Government Association to support bear conservation.