SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- A decision is not expected until the end of June, but Springfield's gay community is showcasing their pride now.
ROGERSVILLE, Mo -- Just beyond some trees, a cabin where three individuals, two adults and a two year old girl, were trapped inside due to flooding from the Finley River. They thought they could wait it out inside, but a concerned neighbor has other plans.
Thunderstorms will approach extreme southeast Kansas and western Missouri late Wednesday evening. A strong storm or two will be possible with small hail and wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. However, widespread severe weather is not expected.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Missouri's bridges were graded a C-. But what does that mean for the city of Springfield and particularly one local bridge?
FT. LEONARD WOOD, Mo -- The Secretary of the Army is highlighting Fort Leonard Wood's role in combating sexual assault.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- $10 million dollars is the start toward curing Springfield's lack of a medical school.
State lawmakers have approved that money, though the bill still needs approval from the governor.
CASSVILLE, Mo -- Governor Nixon has prepared a Governor's Amendment to the fiscal year 2014 budget.
The amendment states that if Missouri's economic trends continue to increase, such as general revenue collections, $86 million will be used for capitol projects, $45 million of which be given to Missouri State Parks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- SATO 48 film competition is back for the 8th year, and we caught up with three of the 81 teams as the deadline was fast approaching.