SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Crosslines of Springfield will distribute Christmas food baskets and toys Dec. 20 to an anticipated 3,500 people.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A new report shows college students and their families are picking up the slack left behind by a lack of state funding.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Fire crews from multiple departments spent Friday afternoon battling flames at a structure fire off of West Farm Rd. 112, across from the Country Squire Mobile Home Park.
CBSNews -- A safety organization has released a report warning shoppers to check and double check the toys on their holiday shopping list.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri will see part of a $90 million nationwide settlement against T-Mobile USA, Inc.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – KOLR10 spoke with an information technology expert Friday about cyber security threats in the aftermath of the hack on Sony.
CBSNews -- Flu season is picking up steam just in time to ruin a lot of people's holidays. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports widespread flu activity in 29 states, primarily in the South and Midwest. That's twice as many states as the previous week.
CNN -- Under pressure from federal regulators, Chrysler will expand a recall of cars and trucks equipped with Takata airbags.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An airline trade organization predicts Friday to be the busiest travel day of the winter season. KOLR10's Linda Ong talked to fliers about their travel day and what they did to prepare.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- More than 900 families will receive Christmas food baskets this weekend.
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Mo. – A Tennessee man pleaded guilty in court Friday to crossing state lines to have sex with a minor.
CBSNews -- Sony Pictures "made a mistake" when it decided to cancel the theatrical release of "The Interview" in the wake of cyber attacks from North Korea, President Obama said Friday.
REPUBLIC, Mo. – The man accused of shooting a woman twice in the face during a domestic dispute Thursday night has been charged.
CBSNews -- Federal health officials say at least four people have died and more than two dozen have gotten sick from eating pre-packaged caramel apples contaminated with listeria. The food-borne bacteria can cause serious infections, especially in older adults, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield man has been charged with intentionally setting a fire that displaced over a dozen people from the Windsor Court Apartments last week.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- North Korea is officially responsible for the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, the FBI announced Friday.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. Secret Service is stretched beyond its limits and could use more funding, according to an independent panel appointed to examine the agency.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -A convicted sex offender, posing as Santa Claus, has been arrested by the Jackson County, Missouri Sheriff's Office for failing to report his employment, the sheriff's office announces.
REPUBLIC, Mo. - A Republic woman is undergoing treatment at a Springfield hospital this morning for two gunshot wounds to face after a domestic dispute last night in Republic.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The North Korean hack of Sony Pictures, which brought the multi-billion dollar company's operations to its knees, was unprecedented. But cyber security and intelligence experts warn that this is only the beginning.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Ward Branch Greenway traverses South Springfield. The largest section is a two mile stretch from Wanda Gray School to Riverbluff Park.
A new abortion restriction bill goes to the Missouri legislature, an apartment fire is ruled an arson, and this flu season could be severe, experts fear. A foggy morning kicks off Friday - with no snow in sight for Christmas. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Over 900 households in need here in Ozarks will be able to enjoy a special meal this holiday season.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A bill is pre-filed in the Missouri legislature that would require the father's permission before a woman gets an abortion.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Layaway bills for more than 130 customers at a Central Arkansas Walmart were anonymously paid off this week.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A dramatic spike in flu cases this month has Springfield-area health officials and doctors concerned about what's to come ahead of influenza's typical peak.
NEW ORLEANS -- The sparks are still flying for makers of drilling equipment in Louisiana, but the outlook has started to dim.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- For distributors, like the Ozarks Food Harvest, meats are one of the most needed items throughout the year.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Investigators call last week's apartment fire in Springfield arson. The fire broke out last Wednesday night at the Windsor Court Apartments near Campbell and Grand. It displaced more than a dozen people.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Wednesday he wants to “beef up” cattle processing in order to drive the rural economy.
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. - Missouri's official Vietnam War Memorial will soon be located in the Ozarks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hundreds of families now have presents to give their kids for Christmas.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield man has been found guilty of sex charges for the second time this year in connection with two separate cases.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hungry families will have extra protein on the table this holiday season.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon awarded the Missouri Medal of Valor to 10 law enforcement officers from across the Missouri at a ceremony at the State Capitol Thursday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Ozarks white supremacist accused of killing three people at Jewish sites near Kansas City in April has been ruled fit to stand trial and now faces the death penalty.
ROGERS, Ark. -- Missing child, Alex Gage Almodovar has been located in Atoka, Oklahoma.
Consumers are finding another upside in tumbling oil prices: lower mortgage rates.
CARTHAGE, Mo. -- The University of Missouri Extension and USDA are helping farmers prepare for federal farm programs in 2015.
CENTRALIA, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon says too many cattle are being raised in Missouri only to be processed elsewhere.
A new CBS poll shows 52 percent of Americans say they find basic medical care affordable, but that's down from 61 percent last December. Today, for 46 percent of Americans, paying for medical care is a hardship,
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Most of the wintery mix has moved our of the Springfield area, but parts of Missouri to the north and east are still getting precipitation. Here's a check of driving conditions as of 6:30 am.
A check of the road conditions after freezing drizzle overnight - an area food pantry gets a major donation of protein today and outrage over actions by a school district against a blind child. The rain-snow mix is moving out of the area - here's your Morning Quick Cast.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Chicken processing company Smart Chicken will donate thousands of pounds of chicken to Ozarks Food Harvest today.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hundreds of local children who need new shoes will spend the holidays in the pair of their choice.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Sony Pictures says it will not release the controversial comedy "The Interview" after hackers warned people to stay away from theaters showing the film. Springfield moviegoers react.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield second graders experienced a Christmas tradition Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- On Wednesday, President Obama announced a change in policy between the U.S. and Cuba. The new approach includes easing commercial, trade, and travel restrictions. Businesses in the Ozarks predicted how this might impact the Ozarks.
FORSYTH, Mo. -- Families in neighboring communities in the Ozarks are grieving the deaths of two people after a crash in Taney County Tuesday night.
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. – The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public for help in identifying three men accused of robbing an adult store last week.