SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Two Americans will be brought back to the United States after getting infected with Ebola while helping with the recent outbreak in West Africa. As health officials prepare for the transport, there's been growing concern over public health risks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The number of drownings in our area is on the rise. The Missouri State Highway Patrol wants to remind anyone out on the lakes, rivers and streams this summer to put safety first.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A gang with ties to the Mexican mafia is making its presence known locally.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Springfield Police Department is asking the public for help in finding a missing 22-year-old woman who was last seen on June 30.
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. -- As students head back to school this month, some will be going to a brand new school in the Ozarks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Missouri State Board extended Missouri State University President Clifton “Clif” Smart’s contract by four years and added a 1.5 percent salary increase.
STOCKTON LAKE, Mo. – The body of a man found in the Crabtree Cove area of Stockton Lake has been identified and the FBI is calling his death suspicious.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo) and Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo) are both praising the passage of a bill to overhaul the Veterans Administration. The bill passed the Senate Thursday night.
CBS -- Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death among kids four and younger. But new, life-saving technology could make the difference in the pool or at the beach
NEW YORK -- Verizon's biggest users may soon find that their data plans aren't so "unlimited" after all. And federal regulators aren't happy about it.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. economy added 209,000 jobs in July, the Labor Department said Friday. The unemployment rate edged up to 6.2 percent.
NIXA, Mo. – A simple method can help prevent large pollutants from damaging waterways in the Ozarks. Joe Pitts from the James River Basin Partnership explains how the "Kicknet" method is simple and effective.
We'll break down the items that do not qualify for Missouri's tax free weekend.
Pomp and circumstance for MSU's summer graduates today, good news about car crashes involving teens in Arkansas, and the women behind a landmark civil rights case come to Springfield to talk about their impact on history. Plus, Chris Smith has your weekend forecast -- Here's your morning Quick Cast!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- More than 500 students will soon be Missouri State University alumni, after they walk across the stage at JQH Arena this morning.
ROGERS, Ark. -- Football teams around Northwest Arkansas are gearing up for training camp. The Kendrick Fincher Foundation is reaching out to coaches, stressing the importance of hydration.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The number of teens dying on Arkansas roads is down more than half. It's the latest piece of good news that researchers say stems from a state law working as intended.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you shop this weekend, you won't have to pay state sales tax on back-to-school purchases on things like clothing, school supplies and shoes. Families in the Ozarks will be able to save some cash because school supplies and other back-to-school necessities will be tax-free.
BUFFALO, Mo. -- After receiving benefits for years, a Buffalo veteran who served in the Korean war was cut off from his pension and served with a bill for more than $100,000. Veterans Affairs didn't budge on the bill -- until KOLR 10 started asking questions.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- This year marks the 60th anniversary of the landmark supreme court decision Brown vs. Board of Education.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Tent companies will soon have to follow new rules from the Springfield Fire Department. The regulations affect permitting and installation of tents within the city. At a meeting on Thursday, vendors met with representatives from the Department to voice their concerns of how the regulations would affect their businesses.
THREE BROTHERS, Ark. -- A closed landfill, along the Missouri and Arkansas border, has some residents concerned about potential environmental threats.
LACLEDE COUNTY, Mo. – Several people are facing charges after a long-term drug investigation lead to their arrests.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A former bank branch manager has been sentenced to three years and 10 months in prison without parole for bank fraud and false tax return.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A co-owner of Greenleaf Companies has been sentenced for aiding and abetting a bank fraud conspiracy as part of a multi-million-dollar mortgage investment scheme.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield man has been sentenced in federal court for scheming to sell thousands of counterfeit DVDs over the Internet.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you get a call on your cell phone with 9-1-1 as the caller ID, it may be a scam, Springfield police said Wednesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- One of the issues on next Tuesday’s ballot in Missouri has no recognized opposition.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Friday, August 1, the Springfield Police Department makes a change in responding to traffic crashes where no one is injured.
Two American health care workers in Africa are struggling to survive the deadly Ebola virus after caring for patients stricken with the disease. Do people in the U.S. need to worry about the virus harming us here?
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A certain insect is causing concern for arborist across the country. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is warning about the damage it can do.
ROACH, Mo. -- The crash of an ATV into a retaining wall has claimed the life of the rider.
A little bug is causing big trouble for Missouri forests, area firefighters are concerned about access to gated neighborhoods, and two sisters with a major role in U.S. history speak in Springfield tonight. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As part of the 60th anniversary of the Brown vs. The Board of Education court case, the Brown sisters will speak in Springfield tonight.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Today is the last day to register for the Salvation Army's back-to-school assistance program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The National Weather Service in Springfield says records were broken in two cities Thursday, as the unusually cool summer continues.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., and several other senators from both sides of the political spectrum introduced on Wednesday legislation they hope will curb campus sexual assaults.
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- Firefighters in the Logan-Rogersville Fire Protection District want to make sure they have access to gated homes, communities and businesses so they can respond to emergencies as quickly as possible.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The first reported case of mosquito-carried disease Chikungunya has been reported in Missouri, however it was not contracted locally.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Twenty-four recruits in the Springfield Police Academy will soon put their training to the ultimate test. The Academy's graduating class is comprised of 17 men and seven women-- making this the largest group of women to graduate since 2000.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A local lake and stream water quality report card is out! Overall, the water quality in our area received a "C+" grade.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Three people have been charged in the murder of Curtis Payne, who was found dead in his home in the 2000 block of S. Dollison Ave. in February.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Two men were sentenced and another pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday in separate child pornography-related incidents.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Nearly 1,500 people gathered in the Uptown Theater in Kansas City Wednesday to hear President Barack Obama speak about his economic agenda.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A man from Springfield man was taken to a local hospital this morning after police found him injured after a robbery at a home in the 600 block of South Main.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- Authorities in Pulaski County, Missouri are providing more information about what led them to five people suspected in the severe beating of an elderly man last week.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The State and Public School Life and Health Insurance Board approved 2015 premium and benefit rates Tuesday for more than 42,000 public school employees.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- President Obama arrived in Kansas City Tuesday night ahead of a speech today on the economy. He had dinner with four people from the area who recently wrote him letters about issues affecting their daily lives.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- More information is expected to be discussed in Pulaski County this morning, about a robbery and beating that left an elderly man in critical condition.
Small cars, especially electric and hybrid cars, are more popular than ever. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety put electric and hybrid cars through a newer, tougher crash test for the first time..as part of a test of small vehicles.