MT. VERNON, Mo. -- Missouri Department of Transportation engineers are taking a closer look at a stretch of Interstate 44 near Mt. Vernon.
CRANE, Mo. -- Poultry farmers are among those hardest hit by the recent rise in propane prices. With a frigid cold winter, many are struggling to keep their chicks warm.
CBSNews -- President Obama is calling on Congress to join him in “a year of action” in 2014 with a set of policies aimed at reversing the trend of growing inequality and stalled upward mobility in the United States.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Groups of smokers are common sights at Park Central Square in downtown Springfield, but not for much longer.
CBSNews -- Excerpts from President Obama's 2014 State of the Union address, scheduled for 9 p.m. ET Tuesday evening.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield's City Council is working on enforcing new panhandling regulations that were passed Monday night.
The Bolivar Fire Department now has an extra $608,000 thanks to a FEMA staffing grant! It's not just the firefighters benefiting. This grant has far-reaching benefits for the entire community!
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon has denied a clemency petition for 56-year-old Herbert Smulls, scheduled to be executed early tomorrow by lethal injection for the 1991 murder of a St. Louis County jewelry store owner.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The legislature is being asked to set up a special commission to establish the right way to execute prisoners.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- After a Kansas City woman was faced with a $500 fine for contempt of court for bringing her breastfeeding infant to jury duty, some called for a change in Missouri law to exempt breastfeeding women from jury duty. The judge in that case has delayed fining her $500 until the end of the legislative session, to see whether lawmakers approve a specific exemption.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – Flu cases jumped only six percent last week, compared to a 20 percent increase the week prior, according to the Springfield-Greene County Health Department.
BILLINGS, Mo. -- A fire in Billings today has destroyed a home on U.S. 60 near Madison Street.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police are turning to the public for help in identifying a man who held up a convenience store in Springfield in early December.
URBANA, Mo. - The mayor of Urbana has instituted a ban on all open burning in the city in response to concerns over dry conditions and fire risks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - After a brief car and foot pursuit this morning in west-central Missouri, police arrested a man suspected of having stolen a car in the 1400 block of East Seminole.
SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- George’s Inc. is recalling approximately 1.25 million pounds of frozen par-fried chicken tender products because of misbranding and an undeclared allergen.
CARTHAGE, MO.-- Students from Drury University in Springfield reveal a possible plan to improve the Carthage park system. The plan followed a six month study.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri lawmakers hope to pass a bill allowing tax deductions for the purchase of a safe room or storm shelter. This could give people a one-time tax deduction of up to $5,000.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Tonight, President Obama takes part in a ritual required by the constitution. He'll give the State of the Union.
(CNN) -- Pete Seeger, the man considered to be one of the pioneers of contemporary folk music who inspired legions of activist singer-songwriters, died Monday. He was 94.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The prolonged cold has done nothing to help the Salvation Army, especially in the face of an already strained budget, the organization so use to helping others is in need of help itself.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- City Council passes three of four bills pertaining to downtown Springfield, including panhandling, smoking, and skateboarding.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- The Joplin Police Department is searching for a missing/endangered 16-year-old girl.
CBSNews -- A majority of Americans aren’t familiar with the date by which they need to acquire insurance in order to avoid the Obamacare “individual mandate” penalty, a new survey shows.
WASHINGTON -- A House plan to make major cuts to food stamps would be scaled back under a bipartisan agreement on a massive farm bill, a near end to a more than two-year fight that has threatened to hurt rural lawmakers in an election year.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- For the first time high school juniors in Missouri will be able to take the ACT for free, according to revisions announced by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- City Utilities honored one of its drivers Monday as the best of the year.
WEBSTER COUNTY, Mo. -- Around 300 people have fallen victim to mail theft in the Ozarks. Three suspects are behind bars after using a vehicle marked with a "U.S. Mail " sticker on the back they made themselves using sticker sheets with letters on them.
(CNN) -- The number of states reporting widespread flu activity has only grown by one for the week ending January 18, bringing the total number of states to 41, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday in its weekly flu report.
LONDON -- Documents leaked by former NSA contactor Edward Snowden suggest that spy agencies have a powerful ally in Angry Birds and a host of other apps installed on smartphones across the globe.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Attorney General’s Office has announced it will investigate the cause of the rise in the price of propane gas.
CBSNews -- Firearm injuries send about 20 U.S. children to the hospital each day, a new study reveals.
CBSNews -- Wondering if your credit card number could be in the hands of a crook? Look for a charge for $9.84.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – With an increase in need for the Salvation Army’s Extreme Emergency Cold Weather Shelter (EECWS) this year, more donations and volunteers are needed to help sustain operations.
More Missourians are relying on Missouri’s food pantries and soup kitchens-so much so that food bank distribution set a record last year of 117,007,189 pounds of food, a 23% jump in quantity from 2012.
WHEATLAND, MO. -- Wood ashes containing live embers apparently started a fire and strong winds fanned it in an overnight blaze that destroyed a home south of Wheatland.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Two days before the state’s next scheduled execution, a call for an execution moratorium will be filed Monday in the state Senate.
Dr. John Burson, a pediatrician with Mercy Springfield, appears on KOLR10 News Daybreak to discuss the new mandatory newborn testing that went into effect at the beginning of the year.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – With another bitter cold morning, standing in the cold can be dangerous even for just a few minutes, especially for young children. Rick Emling, the Director of Transportation, says his crews make it to each stop on time 97% of the time, but its no easy task when temperatures and wind chills drop below 0.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield City Council may be ready to take action on four bills to regulate activity on Park Central Square and the Commercial Street District.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Drivers in south central Springfield have an adjustment to make starting this week.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Federal Aviation Administration is getting ready to order more safety checks on hundreds of planes.
LOS ANGELES -- The 56th annual Grammy Awards unfolded as an orchestration of show-stopping performances…while honoring music's legends and young stars.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Legislators will consider several bills this season that could bring big change to Missouri politics.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- More people in the Ozarks are getting hit with the newest phone scam, the "473 One-Ring" scam.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Jan. 26 marks the beginning of National School Choice Week in Missouri.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Little Wing of Springfield is opening its doors Jan. 26 to showcase performances from their pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Springfield Greene-County Library is offering to clear away overdue fines on your account in exchange for helping a good cause.
(CNN) -- Authorities in Pennsylvania arrested a 19-year-old Russian man Friday and charged him with possession of a weapon of mass destruction, Altoona police said in a written statement.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The coyote population is holding steady in Missouri, which means the animals are doing well.