TABLE ROCK LAKE - As the Army Corps of Engineers looks to update shoreline regulations around Table Rock Lake, some area realtors are voicing their concerns. The last time Table Rock Lake’s Shoreline Management Plan was updated was in 1996 - focusing on what areas should be left in their natural state and what areas could be used for different levels of development.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- A West Plains resident was killed Wednesday afternoon after a two-vehicle accident near West Plains.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Blight can be found throughout Springfield, but residents say that in some areas, like northwest Springfield, it's worse.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A group of fraternity students from Missouri State have dedicated their time to community service this week.
WASHINGTON D.C.--Former CIA director David Petraeus gets two years probation and a fine for giving a mistress classified information.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.--St. Louis police respond to citizens' questions on why there are no body cameras on officers yet city leaders say there isn't enough money.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.(KARK)-- Another ice cream maker is recalling all of its products off store shelves because of listeria monocytogenes.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--The Missouri Supreme Court has set an execution date for a man who killed his girlfriend and her 2-year-old child 14-years ago.
An iconic figure for women all over the world has passed away.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- After days of negotiations and discussions the Missouri House and Senate have finally approved the 2016 fiscal year state operating budget.
LEBANON, Mo. - A minister from Marshfield who faced a charge of sexual misconduct has been given a five-year sentence, but that sentence was suspended and he was assigned to probation and parole, according to online court records.
SPRINFIELD, Mo.-- A fire was reported to be extinguished this afternoon at Weller Elementary
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--A new director of the Missouri Department of Public Safety has been sworn in.
WASHINGTON - The highly politicized five-month battle to choose President Barack Obama's next attorney general came to a close Thursday when the Senate finally voted to confirm Loretta Lynch.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Governor Asa Hutchinson's council on Common Core review begins its statewide hearings and Listening Tours.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has set the state’s deer hunting seasons, with modern gun deer season opening Nov. 14, archery season opening Sept. 26, and muzzleloader season opening Oct. 17.
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. -- The Baxter County Sheriff's Office and the Baxter County Coroner's Office are once again participating in the "National Take-Back Day" on Saturday, April 25.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The annual Steak and Steak Dinner for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Springfield is Friday, April 24. See how the clubs touch the lives of two sisters who face family challenges together.
ST. LOUIS -- The family of Michael Brown has filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Ferguson under Missouri's "wrongful death statute," family attorney Benjamin Crump said in a statement Thursday.
Overnight paving will require the intersection of Republic Road and National Avenue to close to traffic starting at 9:30 p.m. tonight.
WASHINGTON --The White House said Thursday that a U.S. counterterrorism operation in January accidentally killed two innocent hostages, an American and an Italian who were being held by al Qaeda.
There is mounting evidence that oil prices are poised to rebound from a historic bust.
Americans suffer from over 1 billion colds each year. But how to best prevent or treat the virus?
A number of firms have fallen prey to high-profile cyber attacks over the last year or so, putting consumers' personal and financial information at risk. But an upside of these breaches may be more consumers paying more attention to their accounts.
SEATTLE -- Bob Molinelli and his dog Abby were on their usual run in a wooded area of Joint Base Lewis McChord near Seattle last week. Abby saw a bear and disappeared into the trees.
WASHINGTON -- The alarm system protecting former President George H. W. Bush's Houston home did not work properly for more than a year starting in September 2013, according to a Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General report to be released today.
DETROIT -- When it comes to technology, safety still sells. A new study from J.D. Power shows buyers are more interested in crash prevention technology, and are even willing to pay more to get it.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A pint-sized star wars fan wanted to become a Jedi Knight, but felt the Force let him down in a big way when he learned the title came with one major restriction.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Evan Bennett, Executive Director of the Springfield Ballet, visits KOLR10 Daybreak to talk about a new show opening this weekend at the historic Landers Theater.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state legislature has found the bill it wants to pass to fix problems with Missouri's student transfer law.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state legislature will vote today on a proposed $26-billion state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.
A preview of the legendary golf match ups at Top of the Rock this week...controversy in Missouri over Common Core subjects...and storm chances reenter the forecast for Friday night. Here's your morning Quick Cast!
CAMDENTON, Mo. -- Citizens Against Domestic Violence will host "Light Up the Night" in Camdenton tonight.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Activities continue today leading up to this weekends Legends of Golf Tournament at Top of the Rock. Today - some of the biggest names of golf will tee off in the Pro-Am competition.
Is a movie in your weekend plans? Chris the Critic from the Missouri Film Alliance is here to give us a preview of the week's new releases.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- A man from West Plains is killed when his car is hit head-on Wednesday afternoon.
How harmful is BPA for newborns? And new concerns about shortages of potentially life-saving drugs.
If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning, April 23, 2015...
You can't always pick your family. That's a lesson Ben Affleck is learning the hard way. And Rumor Willis says she had a crush on her former step-dad.
The NFL is praising a settlement in concussion lawsuits filed by more than 5,000 former players. A federal judge approved the agreement Wednesday, and it could cost the league a billion dollars..
CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOV)-- Michael Brown's family and the family's attorneys will announce they are filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Ferguson on Thursday.
WEBSTER COUNTY, Mo.-- Authorities in Webster County have confirmed that remains found north of Fordland are that of Ashley Onescu.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.--A group in northwest Arkansas hopes to see smoking in public eliminated once and for all.
OZARK, MO. – The groups re-writing Missouri’s public learning standards announced in public hearings they are having a tough time getting along and are not sure they can complete their work by the deadline.
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. - Hundreds of Missouri’s own, who gave their lives in the Vietnam War, were honored Wednesday.
MAYFLOWER, Ark. -- Oil sheen can still be spotted in parts of the cove area of Lake Conway. An oil absorbent boom still stretches across the water, and some abandoned homes in the Northwoods subdivision are still for sale.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Blankets, onsies, bottles, diapers, some of the basic needs of newborns. But not all families can afford such items. That's where Pam Detten and volunteers of "newborns in need" come in.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- "It's energy from the sun. There's no drain on raw materials, there's no pollution. It's green,” said Doug Hopper with Missouri Sun Solar.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--On Earth Day dozens of volunteers met for a big cleanup at Lake Springfield. Volunteers expect to pick up thousands of pounds of trash.
Activity tracking could soon kick into high gear as the Apple Watch gets millions more people measuring their fitness.