JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Republicans have extended their grip on the state legislature, adding to already super majorities in both chambers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Democrats from Greene County went through a long evening Tuesday in which they saw few victories in a bright-red southwest Missouri.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri's 7th district Rep. Billy Long tells KOLR 10 that the gridlock in Washington will stop, now that Republicans have taken the majority of both houses of Congress.
Washington (CNN) -- A Republican tide ripped the Senate away from Democrats Tuesday, according to CNN projections, giving the GOP full control of Congress and the power to pin down President Barack Obama during his last two years in office.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Democrat Mike Ross has conceded defeat to Republican Asa Hutchinson in the race for Arkansas Governor.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – One of the youngest U.S. Representatives seeks reelection to represent the 8th Congressional District in Missouri. Smith looks to defeat four other candidates, including a Democrat and Libertarian.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is leading in Missouri's Fourth District race. She was first elected to Congress in 2010-- pledging to reduce wasteful spending, stop the intrusion of the federal government in everyday life, and implement a strong national defense policy.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Longtime Springfield grocery chain Dillons is leaving the Springfield market, coming as a shock to many employees.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Thousands of Summit Natural Gas customers will soon see an increase in their energy bills.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- From raising the minimum wage, to legalizing alcohol sales in all Arkansas counties, there are five key issues on the 2014 November election ballot. One of those issues is not medical marijuana.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is preparing for winter ahead of the weather.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Greene County Clerk Richard Struckoff is retiring at the end of the year after serving 27 years in office.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- The South Central Drug Task Force (SCDTF) has released their quarterly statistics.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield hotel was evacuated after fire officials deemed it unsafe due to a sprinkler and fire alarm system that doesn’t work.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A woman who assaulted a federal agent with her car while he was trying to capture her boyfriend was sentenced to prison time Tuesday.
DETROIT -- Ford Motor Company said Tuesday it is recalling nearly 40,000 cars to repair a problem that it created when fixing a previous recall.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Kroger, the parent company of the Dillons grocery stores, will close all four stores in Springfield at the end of the year, a Kroger spokesperson confirms.
Even if you think it's too soon to start holiday shopping, you might consider sitting down to plan your budget and spending.
JOPLIN, Mo.-- Daylight saving time is done for 2014, but if one Missouri lawmaker has his way, residents wouldn't have to change the clocks ever again.
Social media isn't just for pet videos, status updates and selfies anymore. Apparently more Americans are using it to get their information about politics.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Election places across Missouri are open from 6am to 7pm today, for the mid-term elections. Know what to bring to the polls.
A rainy election day as voters to to the polls for the mid-term elections. Polls are open 6am-7pm. A new web site in Missouri makes it easier for voters to get unbiased information about candidates. And temperatures will fall through the afternoon. Here's your morning Quick Cast!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Each year, Americans head to the polls to choose who represents us in our democracy.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- We hope you take our Polarized America quiz to find out how your views lean - toward or against bigger government. But what influences those leanings?
WASHINGTON -- Happy Election Day, America. Midterm elections have national consequences, and what happens Tuesday will help determine what President Obama can get done in his final two years in office.
Here are some of the news events going on in the Ozarks today, Tuesday, November 4, 2014
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As the midterm election looms, political divisiveness and campaign rhetoric are tough to ignore, but a new website promises to focus on facts.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation, or OACAC, used a poverty simulator to have participants experience what might be like to live on a limited income.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Some property owners worry about a proposed City Utilities (CU) project west of Springfield.
ARKANSAS -- “The canary in the coal mine," it’s the phase being use to describe the race for U.S. Senate in Arkansas.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Greene County Clerk Richard Struckhoff told KOLR10 Monday he expects lower than average turnout for Tuesday’s midterm election.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The fate of Missouri's K-12 teachers rests in the hands of voters. Amendment three on Tuesday's ballot deals with teacher tenure and employment based on student performance. Local school officials are stressing the importance of informing voters on the measure.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Assistant U.S. Attorney Dan Nelson will lead the efforts of the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Western District of Missouri in connection with the Justice Department's nationwide election day program for the Nov. 4, 2014, general elections.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The City of Springfield announced Sunday hours for yardwaste recycling this season.
CEDAR COUNTY, Mo. – An El Dorado Springs man faces two felony charges in connection with a vehicle pursuit and fatal shooting of a Cedar County deputy Sunday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A homicide investigation is underway after a man was dropped off at an emergency room with gunshot wounds and later died.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Springfield woman accused of robbing a Hobby Lobby store and using a knife to threaten store employees has changed her plea to guilty.
DADE COUNTY, Mo. - An Everton man who admitted he sexually abused a 23-year-old woman with severe Down’s Syndrome has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
Open enrollment on the Health Care Exchange begins in a little less than two weeks. Certified application counselor Diane Rozier has answers to questions you may have about signing up this year.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri voters will be asked tomorrow to decide whether to change the state's Constitution so that when a governor decides to withhold money for state programs and services the legislature can overturn that decision, as it now can a governor's veto.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Voters will decide Tuesday whether someone can be convicted of child sexual abuse if it appears they might be capable of such a thing.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The legislature’s early voting proposal is before voters tomorrow. One of the state’s leading pro-voter groups thinks it’s worthless.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- It's been a year since the remains of an adolescent child were found in a rural wooded area south of Dixon, Missouri. The remains have not been identified. Now the FBI is sending resources to Pulaski County to help.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The intersection of Mount Vernon St. and Orchard Crest Ave. will close Monday for six weeks.
People in El Dorado Springs are shaken by the shooting death of a Cedar County Deputy....volunteers work to remove unsightly signs along Springfield public ways....and CU plans an expansion of electric lines in part of it's service area. A cool start to the week with rain on Tuesday. Here's your Monday morning Quick Cast!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- City Utilities is holding a meeting about future electric line construction tonight. CU plans to start building 13 miles of 161-kV line, starting in 2020.
WASHINGTON -- Republicans woke up Sunday to a wave of new polls that showed their Senate candidates surging ahead in key states -- giving the GOP a jolt of enthusiasm going into the 2014 campaign cycle's final hours.
Here are some of the news events going on in the Ozarks today, Monday, November 3, 2014.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Work starts Monday (Nov. 3) on a several month-long project to improve the appearance of the downtown Branson area.
(CNN) -- Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old who said she had terminal brain cancer and would take medication to end her life under Oregon's "Death with Dignity Act," has died, advocacy group Compassion & Choices said in a Facebook post Sunday.