SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Final roller derby bout marks the end of an era as Skateport closes its doors.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Car enthusiasts brave the rainy weather today, Mar. 8 to show their support for Hailey Owens.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks are launching their Donation Station project Mar. 8 at Bowl for Kids’ Sake.
(CNN) -- Nobody knows exactly what happened to a Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared Saturday, but families of the 239 people on board are waiting and expecting the worst.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A mother and son were happily reunited after an abduction that triggered an amber alert this afternoon. An Amber Alert was issued around 2:40 pm on Friday for the abduction of three-year-old Jayden Hanson.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – After an Amber Alert led police from Bolivar to Springfield in search of a three-year-old, the boy’s father is now in the Greene County Jail facing formal charges out of Polk County.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Springfield restaurant will have another location at a familiar place downtown.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- With daylight saving time this weekend, the Red Cross wants to remind you to change batteries in smoke alarms.
CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo. – The Camden County Sheriff’s Office is investigation the death of a 40-year-old man and a toddler after they were found deceased in a home in the 7300 block of Hwy D.
BOLIVAR, Mo. – After a 3-year-old boy was abducted from his mother in Bolivar and found shortly after in Springfield, Bolivar Police Chief Mark Webb cites the recent abduction of Hailey Owens and involvement of citizens as a vital role in finding the boy.
BOLIVAR, Mo. – The abducted 3-year-old toddler from Bolivar has been found safe in Springfield.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon has announced $1.3-million dollars will be made available to emergency and domestic violence shelters who have been denied for grants they have received in past years.
(CNN) -- Tainted beef recalled earlier this year from a California meat producer reached 35 states and Guam -- not just six states as previously believed -- the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – During an executive session Thursday night, the Springfield school board finalized the terms of newly-hired superintendent Dr. John E. Jungmann’s three-year contract, including over $35,000 more in compensation than the previous superintendent.
ROLLA, Mo. -- One man is dead and another is in custody, following a fatal shooting southwest of Rolla Thursday night.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state senate votes to make chldren the lever that forces drugged-up parents into rehab.
NEW YORK --The job market picked up more than expected in February, led by strong hiring in professional and business services.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – After several large drug busts in the Ozarks over the last few week, law enforcement agencies are hopeful it could have an impact on the drug market.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Bowing to pressure from the Pentagon, the senate kills a measure that would have changed the way the military handles sexual assault cases.
CAMDENTON, Mo. -- More than 200 boat houses, docks and other structures can stay put at the Lake of the Ozarks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you need help enrolling in health insurance, there are several places you can go in southwest Missouri this weekend to get help with that.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Dozens of people attended a town hall meeting about Medicaid Expansion on Thursday night in Springfield.
LEBANON, Mo. -- Lebanon school leaders are hoping to build a new middle school. The district is proposing a ballot initiative for voter approval this April.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In a push to raise money and to improve the quality of life in the Ozarks, the Council of Churches kicked off the 2014 Compassion Campaign.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Evidence taken from the home of the man accused of kidnapping and murdering 10-year-old Hailey Owens included binders with child pornography, computers, digital storage devices and video cameras.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- May will mark the three-year anniversary of the Joplin tornado. Winds of more than 200 miles per hour ripped through the city leaving catastrophic damage. Joplin schools were hit especially hard --- $150 million in damages and the deaths of seven kids and one educator. Since then, many Missouri schools have made safety a top priority. Nixa School District has changed their tornado procedures to remove students from halls and into windowless rooms.