KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A week ago, a Kansas City man was given less than a year to live. Now he's turning to his favorite baseball team, the Kansas City Royals, for inspiration for the fight of his life.
Labor Day weekend may have been the final long weekend of summer, but fall offers many opportunities to get away, and usually at lower prices.
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Tuesday, September 2, 2014
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.-- State Treasurer Clint Zweifel will celebrate College Savings Month in September by visiting elementary school students across Missouri to encourage families to start saving for higher education.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ar.-- One company moving into Fayetteville this weekend, good for some, but causing controversy with city officials. Now they're saying drivers could face fines.
(CBS News)-- Craving kale? Drooling over daikon sprouts? Hankering for hemp? Sounds crazy, but what if we could train our brains to prefer healthy foods over junk food?
BATTLEFIELD, Mo.-- National Park hours change according to season and with the change of season in the near future Wilson’s Creek will begin fall hours starting Sept. 2
LITTLE ROCK, Ar.-- A new report, released just before one of most popular holidays for travel, targets teen drivers and one group is working to prevent distracted driving accidents.
(CNN) -- What started as a deeply emotional race for Tony Stewart ended prematurely when a blown tire cut short his return to NASCAR.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- An outdoor yoga class will be held at Phelps Grove Park Aug. 31.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo-- An annual performance report for Springfield Public Schools show increased graduation rate and attendance numbers.
GREENWAY, Ar.-- A Silver Alert has been issued in Clay County for a missing 69-year-old male.
MILLER, Mo.-- Labor Day weekend events are kicking-off today in at the Round Grove Freedom Fest.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Comic book and toy enthusiasts are gathering today for the 2014 Rublecon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Two individuals and Three convenience stores were robbed at gunpoint Aug. 31.
JOPLIN, Mo.-- The Empire District Electric Company announced Friday it has filed a request with the Missouri Public Service Commission for changes in rates for its Missouri electric customers.
(CNN) -- The St. Louis Rams announced Saturday that Michael Sam, who made history as the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL, has been waived and did not make the team's final 53-man roster.
(CBS News)-- A third of autistic children still having difficulty speaking at age 5, even after years of early intervention. Five-year-old Lance Almeida has autism, and he has difficulty expressing himself as well remembering and using words. His parents say Lance only had about 10 words in his vocabulary -- until they enrolled him in a study that examined how using iPads may help autistic children better communicate.
(CNN)-- You think the gas near you is getting cheaper? Try filling up in the South Carolina city of Rock Hill.
SARCOXIE, Mo.-- Sarcoxie High School and Wildwood Elementary School students and staff will soon have a safe place to go if severe weather hits.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Out with the dog days of summer and in with the mules.