MANSFIELD, Mo. -- Three people are dead after a head-on crash east of Mansfield, Missouri Sunday night.
OZARK, Mo - Christian County Circuit Judge Mark Orr, 54, has died, according to a family members. Gov. Nixon will appoint a replacement until an election is held to find Orr's successor.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces a new rule for existing coal-fired power plants across the country that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
BRANSON, Mo. --Wednesday marks the first day for the public at the Legends of Golf Tournament in Branson. And with two different courses involved, you'll need to know the parking plan before you go.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Public Service Commission is reassessing whether it should continue allowing payday loan stores to be places where people pay their utility bills.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Even though school is out for the summer, Springfield students can continue to receive nutritious meals in June through the summer Food Service Program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Summer school starts today, June 2 along with the summer meals program for Springfield Public Schools.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Looking for something to keep the kids busy this summer? The Discovery Center starts summer hours this week. .
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Starting Monday, June 2 the front entrance to the Library Center will be closed for construction.
UPDATE: LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo.-- Authorities have found the body of a man who jumped or fell into Lake of the Ozarks, after being arrested for boating while intoxicated.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A fire leaves one mobile home destroyed in west Springfield Sunday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Darrel White loves taking his two sons to the ballpark, but Sunday's Cardinals game had an extra layer of meaning for this family.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The legislative session is over, but Gov. Jay Nixon says a series of bills that passed on its last day could be damaging to the state and local governments.
Lake of the Ozarks, Mo.-- A Missouri man is believed to be dead after drowning at Lake of the Ozarks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A naturalist and primitive skills specialists showed eager learners how to start a fire in survival situations June 1.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The historic Pythian Castle is celebrating its 100th anniversary June 1.
UPDATE: Road work scheduled overnight for June 1 on Highway 65 has been canceled.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--A utility accessibility project will begin construction June 2 at the intersection of Grand and Kimbrough in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Construction will begin June 2 on Battlefield Rd. and Glenstone Ave. in Springfield.
CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo.-- A motor vehicle accident claims the life of one man and leaves another with serious injuries May 31.
MONETT, Mo. -- According to Monett City Utilities, ammonia levels in Clear Creek are now under control. High levels of the colorless gas in the creek were to blame for thousands of dead fish around Pierce City.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- More than 700 historic trucks from across the country were on display in Springfield today.
BRANSON, Mo.-- CoxHealth joins World No Tobacco Day by encouraging 24-hours smoke free.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A special service project at Robberson Community School is empowering students to help end child abuse through art and education.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Springfield Pools are opening for the summer May 31.
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. -- The Osage Beach Police Department has announced that the attempt to locate for the missing teen has been canceled.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new report shows a discrepancy in races pulled over by law enforcement.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield's Library Center will soon offer passports for those planning to travel outside the U.S.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- A lucky bidder now owns the Greene County Sheriff's Office DARE car.
LICKING, Mo. – Two correctional officers suffered moderate injuries after being assaulted by an inmate at South Central Correctional Center just after 7 a.m. Friday.
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo.-- Missouri's official memorial to fallen soldiers, in Vietnam, will soon be at College of the Ozarks.
WILLARD, Mo. -- Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki resigned Friday following rising concern over the handling of VA hospitals across the country.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. – A man shot by officers and accused of threatening to kill his wife and pointing a gun at officers who intervened is now facing felony charges.
(CNN) -- The decision on whether Medicare pays for sex-change operations is now in the hands of regional administrators, thanks to a decision Friday by a federal board that overturned a national policy of not covering such surgeries.
HOLLISTER, Mo. – Prosecutors have decided not to press charges against a woman taken into custody after the fatal stabbing of a Hollister man at his home in the 500 block of Cedar Hills Estates.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A man accused of shooting a fellow drug dealer, is set to be executed in July by the State of Missouri. The Missouri Supreme Court made the ruling on John Middleton Friday.
WASHINGTON, DC (CNN) --UPDATE: Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki has resigned, President Barack Obama said on Friday. Earlier in the morning, Shinseki said he underestimated the depth of problems in the VA system.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- Services are scheduled this weekend for a veteran area firefighter who lost his battle with cancer.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Nixon has launched a statewide attack on a series of Republican tax cuts enacted at the end of the legislative session, emphasizing his calculations of the damage the cuts will do to local services.
CAMDENTON, Mo. -- UPDATE: Deputies say Jacob Ewald was found Thursday evening. He was located in the Macks Creek area and was safe and unharmed.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – With summer just weeks away, water is on the minds of many people in the Ozarks. KOLR10’s Brett Martin met with Joe Pitts from the James River Basin Partnership to learn about the history of the James River.
NEW YORK -- Ford announces four recalls affecting at least 1.4 million vehicles, the majority of which are popular SUVs that may have steering issues.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield Police Department is holding a business watch training session this afternoon.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The campaign trail to legalize pot makes a stop in the Ozarks.
MONETT, Mo. -- Conservationists now know what killed thousands of fish in a Southwest Missouri creek. They say it was ammonia. The fish were discovered dead around Pierce City Tuesday. That happened just days after a terrible smell filled the city of Monett-- believed to have been caused by the Tyson Plant.
OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – Preliminary hearing dates were set for Nov. 12-14 for the white supremacist accused of killing three people in April at two Jewish-related centers in suburban Kansas City.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hundreds of antique trucks and trucking enthusiasts are in Springfield for the next couple days.
FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- A Fort Leonard Wood drill sergeant has been removed from his position and is now working in an administrative office. He's accused of sexually assaulting female soldiers and making them fear the loss of their army careers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Greene County's first morgue was unveiled in Springfield on Thursday, and law enforcement officers say it will improve death investigations in the area.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield woman accused of murder in the deaths of her husband and son by poisoning is asking the court for numerous conditions for her upcoming trial.