SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Two teens spent a few hours Tuesday night outside watching the Springfield Fire Department extinguish an electrical fire in their kitchen.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama has authorized sending 350 more military personnel to Iraq protect U.S. facilities and personnel in Baghdad, the White House said Tuesday night.
BRANSON, Mo. - A settlement agreement surrounding the Branson Landing could soon pave the way for new development along Lake Taneycomo.
Springfield, Mo. -- We're still months away from the start of winter, but many people in Southwest Missouri are beginning to stock up on propane.
BRANSON, Mo. - There is a new addition taking shape in the Branson skyline that has many residents and visitors looking up at the Branson Landing
REPUBLIC, Mo. – The Republic Police Department has cancelled an Endangered Person Advisory for a teen missing since August 29.
LAMAR, Mo. – An Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a three-year-old girl who was taken by her noncustodial mother.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A woman missing since August 24 has been found in Branson.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Springfield Police Department says seating is limited for the next scheduled Neighborhood Watch training session.
CBSNews -- Home Depot stores apparently have been targeted by data thieves, according to security blogger Brian Krebs, known for breaking news of the biggest data breaches. It appears to be a massive breach, he said.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The death of a woman at a home in Springfield is being investigated by police.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is much worse than official figures show, and other countries are unintentionally making it harder to control, CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said Tuesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Fewer people were killed on Missouri highways over the just-ended Labor Day when compared to a year ago, the state Highway Patrol said Tuesday.
JOPLIN, Mo. --- After a week long delay, Joplin High School students will begin class Tuesday, September 2nd.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Between OTC, Evangel University, Drury University and Missouri State, about 40,000 students are back in Springfield helping boost the economy by spending and earning local dollars.
BUFFALO, Mo. -- A passing driver is being credited with waking a family north of Buffalo early Tuesday, after spotting the family's garage on fire.
Thousands of electric customers are in the dark this morning after overnight storms...local businesses are glad to see college students back in town....and the job picture in Springfield is seeing gains. The storms are passing and it heats up again today. Here's your morning Quick Cast!
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Tuesday, September 2, 2014
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Storms across southern Missouri dumped heavy rain in some areas and kicked up damaging winds in others. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 7am.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The public swimming pools are closed to humans for the season, but your furry friends can still make a splash.
ROGERS, Ark. -- Authorities have confirmed the Benton County Dive Team members have recovered the body of two drowning victims at an area of Horseshoe Bend Park on Beaver Lake.
COWLEY COUNTY, Kan. -- People in the Midwest are cleaning up this morning after a powerful storm system disrupted Labor Day plans. And now storms are headed east.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Labor Day celebrates the American worker's contribution to society and a vibrant economy. On Monday KOLR10 wanted to "size up" the local labor force and see how it's providing opportunity in the Ozarks.
SPRINGFIELD Mo. - Springfield Utility crews spent most of Labor Day restoring power to residents and repairing poles that were snapped by strong winds. The City of Springfield says at one point nearly 1000 residents were without power, due to the damage around town.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Northbound and center lanes of Glenstone between Division and Pythian and traffic is now open. Southbound traffic is currently open to one lane while crews continue working on downed power lines in the area.
NIXA, Mo.-- With Summer coming to an end the Nixa Park Service is closing their Aquatics Center in style—by letting your doggies dive in.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- According to event coordinators the Neal Moore Parade and Picnic has been cancelled due to weather Sept. 1.
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.
(CBS News)--Here's a good sign for the U.S. economy: More displaced workers are getting rehired in the industries they left, often without having to take a pay cut.
UPDATE: SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Springfield Police warn motorists to plan an alternative route around downed power lines on Glenstone Ave. caused by storms that came through the Ozarks Sept. 1.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- To comic book fanatics, the Rublecon Comic Book convention is the Ozarks version of Comic-Con.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri State University is encouraging people in the Ozarks to try beef produced locally at the Darr School of Agriculture.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- An outdoor yoga class will be held at Phelps Grove Park Aug. 31.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A cyclist riding his bike from Portland to Charleston is raising awareness and funds to provide veterans with PTSD or other traumatic injuries a service animal.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Comic book and toy enthusiasts are gathering today for the 2014 Rublecon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Two individuals and Three convenience stores were robbed at gunpoint Aug. 31.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Springfield Police are investigating two apparent shootings in two Springfield neighborhoods after numerous victims were found with gunshot wounds.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Police are investigating a shooting that happened on south Nettleton Saturday evening.
HOLLISTER, Mo. – The Missouri Stream Team Watershed Coalition and Ozarks Water Watch announced Friday that the organizations have designated 5 Table Rock Lake marinas as “clean marinas” after they met a series of environmental criteria this year.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--At Sequiota Park in Springfield experts shared information about white-nose syndrome to raise bat and cave awareness.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Bass Pro Shops Labor Day Hometown Festival offers free activities for the whole family Aug 30-31.
(CNN) -- It may technically be a Saturday, but it sure feels like Fry-day to us: August 30 is International Bacon Day. The tasty celebration falls on the Saturday before Labor Day each year.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The American Red Cross is offering safety tips to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable time while many are taking road trips, while spending time at Missouri’s lakes and rivers, and having cook outs Labor Day weekend.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Middle school-aged students will be able to learn Italian at Arts & Letters in Springfield starting Aug. 30.
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. -- 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.