SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Using an innovative method to help homeless women stay safe and out of the cold, a program called Safe to Sleep keeps dozens of women of the streets at night struggling to find a place to sleep.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Many theaters and ticket outlets offer holiday discounts as a way to encourage advance sales.
FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- A vehicle without a driver used to be the stuff of science fiction. Now it's reality.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Taney Co. and other isolated areas often lack access to treatment for behavioral issues, mood disorders and substance abuse
FORSYTH, Mo. -- More than 300 children in the two counties now have access to new clothes, hygiene kits, tutoring and other services.
MALAPASCUA ISLAND, Philippines -- Springfield charitable organization Convoy of Hope is working in the Philippines distributing millions of meals to help Typhoon Haiyan survivors.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – At the end of the 2013 campaign, United Way of the Ozarks Campaign chair Paul Williams, Springfield Police Department, announced that, the annual workplace campaign has raised $3,828,200.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The consulting engineers will present early drafts and concepts to city officials on Wednesday night.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The energy savings for LED lights can add up for theaters and shows with massive displays.
Reeds Spring R-IV is running a food composting operation at full capacity, using cafeteria scraps.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The idea of retiring at age 62 is out the window for many Americans, especially those who found themselves without a job during the recession.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Ozarks schools are experimenting with creative ways to convince students to buckle up.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Workers nearing retirement age are having a more difficult time than younger people getting jobs.
GAINSVILLE, Mo. – Employment rates declined or stayed the same in most rural counties, including many in Missouri and Arkansas.
BRANSON, Mo. -- For 80 years, the American Legion Post 220 has facilitated the annual Veterans Day Parade in Branson, but an aging membership prompted the organization to make 2013 its last year.
HOLLISTER, Mo. -- Many homes near Lake Taneycomo that received severe flood damage in 2011 are still vacant.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- The Works Progress Administration built a school in Reeds Spring in the 1930s. The building has deteriorated but the town believes it has potential.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Events throughout the week offer opportunities to reunite and reminisce.
Computer-based tests are among the visible changes in Hollister R-V. and other school districts.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Fall marks the beginning of seasonal employment layoffs in the entertainment industry. But this year families will also contend with reduced SNAP aid.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The hills and forests of the Ozarks offer a multitude of opportunities to get out and explore. What better way to soak in the scenery while the leaves are changing than a sweet, simple walk?
BARRY COUNTY, Mo. -- The Ozarks are a wonderful treasure--- one of the most beautiful parts of the country. And, one of the great outdoor activities we enjoy here is trout fishing.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- The excitement of a film crew in a small town granted local businesses a break from their every day routine this week.
The government is phasing out subsidies and increasing rates for high-risk properties. A resort in Rockaway Beach will have to pay ten times what it paid last year.
Evelyn Stewart, 86, was married to an abusive man for 32 years. Now she's become an advocate against domestic violence through counseling and writing.
Organizations continue to provide assistance in Hollister and Waynesville. Taney Co. officials will now examine ways to dredge and maintain Turkey Creek.
Hard Work U already runs a lab school for high school students. Now it's conducting a survey to determine whether to add elementary and junior high.
The Missouri Department of Education is switching to a new testing system for high school equivalency.
A coalition of cities will build a sewage treatment system that turns feces into usable fertilizer.
A group of architecture students from Drury University is brainstorming ways of improving Joe Bald Park on Table Rock Lake