SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Taellor Stearns dedicated her life to the service of others in a foreign place, and though she lost her life at just 19, her work lives on through the lives she touched.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Police are investigating after a man reported having a gun pointed at him on top of a downtown parking garage Saturday morning.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thousands of fans were turned away after mother nature dropped heavy rains at Hammons Field today.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Down Syndrome Group of the Ozarks held it's 7th annual "Step Up for Down Syndrome" event Saturday afternoon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- National Pollinator Week has come to a close, but The Rountree neighborhood in central Springfield is keeping attention on pollinators Saturday at the Butterflies and Bees Celebration.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As the season for summer vacations and road trips arrives, it’s important to know the correct way to buckle children into car seats. An event in Springfield Saturday helps parents learn techniques to ensure safety on the streets.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thousands of people are expected at Hammons Field Saturday evening as “Fireworks at the Field” returns for 2014.
REPUBLIC, Mo. -- Olivia Didway, 17, of Republic, has died as a result of the injuries she sustained in a single vehicle rollover crash.
NIXA, Mo. -- As Nixa Police Department detectives look into a possible attempted abduction, a new program is educating young children about staying safe.
ABESVILLE, Mo. -- Deputies in Stone County, Missouri say a missing 14-year-old girl has been found and is safe.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- We use our cell phones dozens of times a day and rely on them for everything from fun snapshots to storing vital information.
TABLE ROCK, Mo. -- Safety is always on minds of parents headed to the lake this time of year; but there are drowning signs parents should watch out for long after their children leave the water.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Steak-N-Shake on Glenstone Ave. was packed with many 80-year-old cars Friday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The best way to protect a child during a vehicle accident is a properly-installed car seat.
CNN - Do you consider yourself a light, moderate or heavy drinker? Health agencies have these definitions to help you understand when your drinking may become a health problem.
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. – Grand Glaize Beach is open to the public after the Missouri Department of Natural Resources lifted a swimming advisory.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A judge has heard the arguments of attorneys who say the language of two issues on the August ballot should be struck down, and attorneys who say it’s too late for that.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield police are waiting for autopsy results and DNA tests, to know more about a body found in Springfield Thursday.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- A community movement aims at paying it forward to people affected by a tornado in Pilger, Nebraska.
NIXA, Mo. – When it comes to rivers and streams in the Ozarks, everything around it helps bring out the outdoor feeling, including rocks and trees. KOLR10’s Brett Martin found out how trees also keep the river healthy for fish and other organisms.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- 4th of July celebrations in the Ozarks kick off tonight in Republic.
E. coli levels continue to rise in area waterways. The Springfield-Greene County Health Department released their weekly tests yesterday.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- The Springfield Police department, BNSF railroad officers, and the Greene County Sheriff's Office want to remind drivers to use caution at railroad crossings.
NIXA, Mo. -- A Springfield non-profit organization that gives happy birthdays to under privileged kids is expanding.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Congressman Billy Long will be in town Friday to address HBA builders and others in recognition of National Home Ownership month.
LACLEDE COUNTY, Mo. -- An elderly Lebanon man is the first person in Missouri to succumb to West Nile Virus this year.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Patriotic voices filled the halls of the old Greene County Courthouse Thursday.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- The city of Reeds Spring releases new renderings for its plan to turn the old school building (WPA building) into a community center.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Movies at Founders Park begins Friday, July 11, with new release an classic movies available in a family-friendly outdoor setting in downtown Springfield’s Founders Park at 330 E. Water Street.
CBSNews -- Is it a burst of patriotism, a sense of tradition or another sign that the economy is recovering?
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The big story that has people talking across the country today is the U.S.A. versus Germany World Cup game. Fans in Springfield are gathered around televisions around the city.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- Someone is celebrating after buying a Missouri Lotto ticket in Reeds Spring worth $3 million.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri’s Attorney General has issued a statement on the issuing of same-sex marriage licenses by the St. Louis Recorder of Deeds.
LEBANON, Mo. - The Laclede County Health Department has confirmed that an older individual from Lebanon has died of suspected West Nile virus, the first reported case in Missouri this year.
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Thursday that a Massachusetts law setting a 35-foot protest-free zone outside abortion clinics violates the First Amendment.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Electric providers, utility regulators and environmental groups begin talks about the economic impact of new carbon emission standards in Arkansas.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The City of St. Louis has set up a challenge to Missouri’s constitutional ban on gay marriage by issuing marriage licenses to four same-sex couples in a ceremony Wednesday night at City Hall.
WASHINGTON -- Senator McCaskill’s Consumer Affairs Committee is going to investigate billing practices of the cable and satellite television industry.
STRAFFORD, Mo. -- With summer in full swing, tigers, wolves and even bears have to stay cool and hydrated. Living outside makes it no easy task when it comes to consecutive days with extreme heat.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - One person was taken to a hospital after a plane crashed and caught fire, closing Route 364 near the Veterans Bridge in west St. Louis County early Thursday morning.
FAIR GROVE, Mo. – The Greene County Sheriff’s Office confirms a missing 16 year old girl from Fair Grove has been located at a local hospital
BOLIVAR, Mo -- The Missouri Department of Transportation is still seeking comment on its wish list that could be covered by a proposed sales tax increase, as groups in support and opposition of the amendment ready campaigns.
LEBANON, Mo. -- It's not something you'd usually see in front yards across Lebanon, Missouri-- but some traveling toilets are making the rounds in neighborhoods there-- all for a good cause. The traveling toilets are actually flushing out all the bad luck one Lebanon couple has had and are helping pour in donations to make their dreams of having a child come true.
Due to signs of El Nino forming, a University of Missouri weather expert believes our drought will be eliminated this fall. However, long range forecasts are imprecise, so how much stock can we put in this prediction?
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A man is facing felony charges after witnesses say he killed a small dog by throwing it out a third-floor window.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Often times, along with the rain, comes thunderstorms. A new study says men are the majority of victims to lightning strikes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Prosecutors and defense attorneys are juggling hundreds of cases, leaving victims and defendants waiting for justice or adjudication.
CBSNews -- General Motors (GM) is advising car dealers in North America to stop selling recent models of the Chevrolet Cruze sedan until further notice because of a potential airbag problem.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Branson City leaders say through the first 6 months of 2014, more construction permits have been filled with the city than during all of 2013.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The chairman of the House and Senate budget committees are asking the Highway Patrol to restrict the use of state-owned aircraft as a cost-saving move, in light of state revenue coming in below projections. The two Republicans raise the issue in continued criticism of and response to Governor Jay Nixon’s (D) actions that cut or restrict more than $780-million dollars in the state budget for the fiscal year that begins Tuesday.