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.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- The sheriff's office announced around 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday that Kenneth Haymes had been located, although details were unknown surrounding where he was found or by whom.
COLUMBIA, Mo.-- More trouble for Mizzou basketball. Kim Anderson suspended two freshman, Jakeenan Gant and D’Angelo Allen after they were arrested on suspicion of third degree assault for an incident Sunday morning around 2 a.m. near campus. Gant is from Springfield, Georgia, Allen from Dallas.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A federal judge sentenced a Battlefield man to three years in prison for embezzling nearly one million dollars from Prime, Inc.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A 40-year-old Springfield man was sentenced to 24 years and 5 months in federal prison without parole, followed by lifetime supervised release after pleading guilty to sexual exploitation of a minor.
JOPLIN, Mo.--- A State Farm survey predicts the odds of a deer strike in Missouri will be one in 124. That's lower than last year, due in part to a smaller deer population.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The director of Willard High School’s award-winning band has informed parents of her band members that a change of plea may be in the works for the travel agent accused of depriving the performers of a planned trip to Hawaii in 2012.
CNN -- IPhone and iPad owners rejoice! iOS 8 is coming today.
BRANSON, Mo. – A home is declared a total loss after a fire in the 170 block of N. Fork Rd. around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday.
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.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A study done at the UCLA law school says Missouri could get an economic boost if it lets some people get married.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The chairwoman of a new bipartisan House Committee that will look into the operation of the Water Patrol division of the state Highway Patrol says that committee is about more than any one incident – even the drowning of an Iowa man while in Water Patrol custody back in May.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Public Schools will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday for its new Health and Sciences Academy at Mercy Hospital.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- A former meth user will speak on the dangers of meth use Wednesday night in Marshfield.
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Wednesday, September 17, 2014
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo.-- A survivor of the Holocaust and forgiveness advocate is scheduled to speak at College of the Ozarks on September 17.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield's Board of Education adopted a resolution Tuesday against Amendment 3, joining other local districts in opposition to the controversial measure.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The disappearance of a 15-year-old girl raises concerns among parents when it comes to kids and social media. According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Morrigan Cothran voluntarily left her home and hitch-hiked to Mississippi to visit the home of some friends she met on the internet. Thankfully, she was found safe in Mississippi Monday night. While the Sheriff's Office says there is no indication this involved an online predator, law enforcement officials would like to remind parents to monitor what their children are doing on the internet.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Veterans will be able to access a variety of services under one roof next week. The Stand Down event occurs Tuesday, September 23 at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds E-Plex.
WASHINGTON-- Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill questioned the interim head of the federal agency responsible for the safety of the country's roads, with some arguing that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was too late in detecting a deadly problem with the ignition switches in some General Motors cars.
MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. -- Tucked in the hills near Mountain Grove, Marilyn Odneal spends weeks harvesting grapes on 10 acres of land.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.--Aerospace giant Boeing and newcomer SpaceX will share $6.8 billion in NASA contracts to build commercial space taxis to fly astronauts to and from the space station starting in 2017.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The superintendent of Springfield Public Schools has two more listening sessions this week, to find out what the community wants from the district.
BRANSON, Mo.-- The fifth annual “TLC for Taneycomo” netted nearly four tons of trash. Saturday, September 13, roughly 40 volunteers from around the area split up into two groups - one at Empire Park the other at the Branson RV park.
BRANSON, Mo.-- The city of Branson announced it has formed a partnership with a new social media outlet. “Nextdoor” is a private website aimed at allowing members of neighborhoods to communicate with one another, along with city offices if the members wish to do so.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Students at Jeffries Elementary School got a taste of some locally grown foods on Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A federal judge sentenced four men to prison on Tuesday for conspiring to distribute methamphetamine.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- A bipartisan State House Committee has been formed that will investigate the state Highway Patrol’s Water Patrol Division.