SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A massive recall could impact 7.8 million cars. It affects dozens of makes and models and is keeping service departments busy.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Bonnie Jelks has been employed by KOLR 10 News for almost 14 years. She is currently the Regional Business Manager and, while everything is going great now, four years ago it was a different story.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – One sorority took on a big goal Wednesday night: educating student about domestic violence.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – While the world is moving forward with technology, Drury Architecture students and Rountree residents are bringing back the “old school” blackboard. "We wanted an engaging piece, that people driving by would notice, something that is eye catching."
WASHINGTON -- Seventy-five WWII and Korean War veterans from the Ozarks were given a special tour of our nation's capital Tuesday to see the monuments that immortalize their service.
HARRISON, Ark. - It’s the Facebook of first response. A relatively new program called “Smart911” allows users to provide important information online before an emergency happens.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield woman was convicted Tuesday of manufacturing and possessing methamphetamine in 2010.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's that time of year when employers hire ahead of the holiday season. On Wednesday, Battlefield Mall and the Missouri Career Center hosted a holiday hiring event with more than 50 retailers, eateries and area companies.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Another road project in south Springfield will interrupt traffic on James River Freeway overnight Wednesday into Thursday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Royals hope to make a comeback after losing the first game of the World Series Tuesday night.
OTTAWA, Ontario - A gunman shot and killed a Canadian soldier standing guard at a war memorial in the country's capital Wednesday, then entered Parliament, where law enforcement officials engaged in a shootout.
OREGON COUNTY, Mo. – Governor Jay Nixon ordered U.S. and State of Missouri flags at all state government buildings in Oregon County be flown at half-staff on Friday, Oct. 24, in honor of Fire Chief Eddie J. Johnson Jr.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The man accused of murdering a Springfield couple waived his preliminary hearing during a court visit Wednesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri consumers could see part of a $24 million settlement announced Wednesday by Attorney General Chris Koster.
CBSNews -- A partial solar eclipse is expected to darken the skies of North America this Thursday, Oct. 23, as the moon crosses between the Earth and the sun.
NIANGUA, Mo. -- An autopsy has confirmed that human remains found over the weekend, are those a missing Webster County woman, investigators say.
OTTAWA, Ontario - A Canadian soldier was shot as he and another soldier stood guard at Canada's Parliament war memorial Wednesday. The Canadian government has informed the United States that one shooter is dead in Ottawa, a senior U.S. official said.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A massive recall of millions of cars for faulty airbags, is getting larger. Wednesday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration expanded the recall on Takata airbags to 7.8 million, for dozens of makes and models.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --A company that makes nationally-distributed fishing tackle, is building a new corporate headquarters in Springfield.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Social Security checks will rise by 1.7% -- which translates into $22 more each month for the average retired worker.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The World Series started Tuesday night in Kansas City - the Royals taking on the San Francisco Giants and got their first loss of the postseason. KOLR10's David Oliver is live at Kauffman Stadium this morning, after a rough night for the Royals and their fans
(CNN) - Expect to pay more to fly out of town for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays this year.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- When hunters take to the woods in the coming weeks, they may have a better chance at bagging the deer they're after.
Ozarks heroes visit Washington on an Honor Flight, the Ozark Fire Department responds to latest in same sex benefits dispute, and a hiring event for the holiday season today. Plus, another beautiful October day in the forecast. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
WASHINGTON, DC -- It was a heroes welcome last night for local veterans.
Here are some of the news events going on in the Ozarks today, Wednesday, October 22, 2014
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The San Francisco Giants wasted very little time busting up the Kansas City postseason winning streak.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- More than 50 businesses in Springfield's Battlefield Mall will hold a seasonal jobs hiring fair on Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The clock is counting down before the lights are turned off and the door is shut on the terms for three city council members, Mike Carroll, Doug Burlison and Cindy Rushefsky.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Drury University hosted a Halloween event Tuesday night. People toured Clara Thompson Hall, which many people believe is haunted.
OZARK, Mo. -- An attorney representing the Ozark Fire Protection District says the district is not obligated to provide benefits to same sex spouses of district employees. A female captain brought the proposal to the board in August.
BAXTER COUNTY, Ark.-- A plane crashed in Baxter County, Arkansas Tuesday night. According to the Sgt. Doug Meurer of the Baxter County Sheriff's Office, it happened around 5:45 p.m., near Ozark Regional Airport in Midway.
BRANSON, Mo.-- Thousands of residents in the Branson area will soon have easier access to health care thanks to $750,000 in endowment grants from the Skaggs Foundation. The grants are spread across 16 different programs, in Stone and Taney Counties, that put an emphasis on issues like access to care, child and family safety, dental and mental health services
WASHINGTON (CBS NEWS)-- Journalism lost a giant today. Former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee has died. He was 93. Bradlee stood up to the U.S. government, pursued the story which brought down a president, and shaped a generation of journalists.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-- Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced the creation of a school safety division to train districts for active shooter scenarios.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- One local family plans to celebrate the life of a loved one through a fireworks display that will contain their father's remains. It's the first of its kind here in the Ozarks and will be done at Greenlawn Funeral Homes.
(CNN) -- Freelance cameraman Ashoka Mukpo no longer has the Ebola virus in his bloodstream and will be allowed to leave Nebraska Medical Center, the hospital said Tuesday.
HARRISON, Ark.-- Boone County Jail inmates helped gather the food they will eat.
MARSHFIELD, Mo.-- The Marshfield teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student faces additional charges. Tuesday, 46-year-old Marshfield Johnna Feazell was charged with two counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence and one count of Tampering With a Victim/Witness.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Baseball fans traveled a long way to watch the Kansas City Royals play in the World Series. By 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, fans were already tailgating at Kauffman Stadium. Many of these fans did not even have tickets for game one between the Royals and San Francisco Giants.
OZARK, Mo. -- The attorney representing the Ozark Fire Protection District has responded to the ACLU's request that the board provide spousal benefits to same-sex couples.
WASHINGTON-- Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler commends the Obama Administration for taking steps to keep Ebola from spreading in the U.S., but questioned whether more still needs to be done.
GOLDEN CITY, Mo.-- A woman shot in Golden City last week, has died.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM)-- The Dallas Cowboys have waived defense end Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in NFL history, from the practice squad.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Springfield Public Works reports fewer car crashes in the first nine months of the year, compared to 2013.
FERGUSON, Mo.-- Governor Jay Nixon has announced the creation of an independent commission that will study the unrest in Ferguson since the shooting of Michael Brown August 9 and make recommendations for how to make progress on the issues behind it.
CBSNews -- For the first time Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board will hold a forum on drowsy driving and how it affects Americans behind the wheel.
CBSNews -- Americans are getting into the spirit of Halloween this year, buying record numbers of costumes as the annual fall tradition continues to broaden its appeal with consumers.
POLK COUNTY, Mo. – A Pleasant Hope man who pleaded guilty to child sex crime charges has been given two 12-year sentences for first-degree statutory sodomy with a person less than 14 years of age and first-degree child molestation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Missouri State University’s student-run restaurant reopens Tuesday with a new, local-based menu following the latest trend in restaurants across the nation.