Missouri Sen. Mike Parson talks about the death of auditor Tom Schweich on the senate floor Monday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Missouri Department of Transportation is preparing for another snow storm.
CBSNews -- Did you brush your teeth yet this morning? You may have started using the brand of toothpaste you prefer a long time ago, but one Silicon Valley startup is out to redefine the way you care for your mouth, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri brought in nearly five percent more revenue this month than this time last year.
CBSNews -- Grab the earplugs, turn down the headphones and move away from the speakers. That's what the World Health Organization recommends for teens and young adults in a report sounding the alarm about hearing loss.
(CNN) -- Venezuela has given the U.S. Embassy in Caracas 15 days to downsize its staff from 100 personnel to 17.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Drivers will not be able to drive across Table Rock Dam Tuesday, while the Army Corps of Engineers works on a big project.
FAULKNER COUNTY, Ark. -- A dog left paralyzed after being hit on the road is making a remarkable recovery.
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CNN -- An A-lister lands an unexpected new role and the clock is ticking on a fan-favorite TV character.
CBSNews -- The debate continues over delaying childhood vaccines.
CBSNews -- Furniture that can charge your electronics may be on the way.
CLAYTON, Mo. -- A memorial service for Missouri’s state auditor will be held today in Clayton.
NEW YORK -- The world's richest person got even richer this year.
(CNN) -- The faded downtown of a small town in Georgia, made famous by an appearance on "The Walking Dead," can now be yours for the right price.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A yearly report released by the Springfield Police Department shows a decrease in overall crime and an increase in community engagement.
HARRISON, Ark. -- Two people are recovering from multiple stab wounds after an attack early Sunday morning at a house in Harrison, Arkansas.
Arts and crafts may seem like a fun pastime, but they are also being used as a part of therapy. Arts, exercise, even crafting can calm patients suffering from depression, chronic pain and even PTSD.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- The Arkansas Racing Commission is adding two Wednesdays to its 2015 Racing Season - March 18 and March 25 - to compensate for days lost to weather.