PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. -- The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in investigating a robbery that left an elderly man in critical condition.
(CBS News)-- BOONE, N.C. - Two U.S. citizens are now reported to be infected with the deadly and incurable Ebola virus in West Africa.
(CBS News)-- It happened this week . . . a tale of two cities, or rather, a tale of two different types of cities.
CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo.-- A personal watercraft accident at the Lake of the Ozarks took the life of a man from Kaiser, Missouri.
BARRY COUNTY, Mo.-- A motor vehicle crash has claimed the life of a Wheaton, Mo. man July 27.
(CBS News)-- Shift work may pay the bills but it comes at a cost to your health, an increasing body of research shows. The latest study to add to the evidence finds that working overnight or rotating shifts is associated with a higher risk for type 2 diabetes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Lucas Oil Speedway is offering free admission to the races in Wheatland July 26 with donations of canned food.
BRANSON, Mo.-- The Silver Dollar City theme park will stay open late July 26 during ‘Midnight Madness’ at the Branson theme park.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A vehicle crash leaves one motorcyclist dead July 26.
POLK COUNTY, Mo.-- a man from Weaubleau was fatally injured after a tractor crash, July 25.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A solar farm is producing the newest source of renewable energy for Springfield.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- (Ozarks Area Network) Two people have been charged after the West Plains Police Department and the Howell County SWAT team served a search warrant in West Plains early Friday morning.
JOPLIN, Mo.--- After the 2011 tornado, approximately 20,000 trees in Joplin parks were lost. Around 500 trees have been planted in the parks located in the tornado zone. However, the recent heat wave and shortage of rainfall in Southwest Missouri is requiring the trees to be watered on a regular basis.
CBSNews -- The pesticides you use on your lawn to get rid of weeds and insects are part of a $10 billion-a-year industry. But some doctors are becoming more concerned about your exposure to those chemicals, CBS News correspondent Vinita Nair reports.
LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, AR - 24 hours after the Little Rock Air Force Base was locked down, two local Air Force Veterans explain why they believe the lockdown was issued.
Do you know your numbers? No...Not your lotto picks...Your health statistics. Doctors say the best way to work towards healthy goals is to know where you stand in the medical numbers game. Which four are the most important?
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Shannon Miller is leaving KOLR10 to continue her career as a reporter and anchor at our sister station, KARK, in Little Rock. Here's our send-off this morning - laughter and a few tears!