SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Fire Chief David Hall's decisions impact the safety of our community.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Art is in the eye of the beholder. For a Springfield craftsman, his art is being held in the hands of cowboy gun collectors.
OLD MINES, Mo. -- Only a handful of people still speak a language once popular in eastern Missouri. It's called Paw Paw French and its one of the oldest French dialects that originated in the United States.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As leader of Springfield police, Chief Paul Williams' decisions affect our entire community, but few people know motivates Williams.
RIDGEDALE, Mo. -- Hundreds of boats frequent Table Rock Lake in the summer. It's a scenic, 60- mile lake that connects Missouri and Arkansas, but not all lake lovers own their own water toys.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- When was the last time you ate a good, greasy cheeseburger?
WRIGHT COUNTY, Mo. -- Southwest Missouri is leading the way for the number of children in state custody. Some members of law enforcement say they believe drugs are to blame.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- On a beautiful day, you'll often find several people enjoying Lake Springfield Park. And, in the summer, you'll find most of those people on the water, either in a canoe or kayak enjoying the James River Water Trail.
CAPE FAIR, Mo. -- People travel to the Ozarks from all corners of the country for a variety of reasons; the great outdoors, music in Branson, unique eateries, and even quilting.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- The city of Reeds Spring releases new renderings for its plan to turn the old school building (WPA building) into a community center.
CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Mo. -- Missouri State University students are getting their hands dirty in the name of uncovering the historic and the prehistoric.
MOUNT VERNON, Mo. -- Some veterans from the Missouri Veterans home in Mount Vernon are on the move thanks to the generosity of donors after seeing a story we did last summer.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As we honor veterans, past and present for Memorial Day, KOLR10 News would like to pay tribute to a World War II veteran here in Springfield.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The sounds of Baldknobbers will once again echo though the Ozarks. The Shepherd of the Hills has announced It’s cast will take back to the stage this summer on a limited basis.
BRANSON, MO. -- When it comes to competitive clay pigeon shooting, there are three types: sporting clays, skeet shooting and trap shooting.
STONE COUNTY, Mo. -- A lot of people come to the Ozarks to enjoy its natural beauty, and a popular pastime is walking in the woods. Now, those who take in a trail near Notch, next to Branson, have a special place to seek solace for their spiritual soul.
BRANSON, Mo. - A Taney County organization is fulfilling a pressing need in the community by opening apartments for the developmentally disabled, thanks to a grant from the Department of Housing and Development.
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. -- When you commit a crime and end up in court, your life is now subject to the laws of the land. But, some judges across the nation and right here in the Ozarks soon realized that veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder or caught up in substance abuse were suffering again under the "one size fits all" punishment of state courts.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. -A Kimberling City boy is in the running for a national contest that could change his life. May marks National Mobility Awareness Month and as part of a special program, brand new wheel chair accessible vans are being given away.
LAMPE, Mo. -- Nestled in the small town of Lampe, Missouri sits 10,000 acres of beautiful land on the Missouri-Arkansas border.
LEBANON, Mo. -- Bennett Spring State Park is a popular place to fish and on Friday, Fish Hatchery Manager Mike Mitchell gave a behind-the-scenes look at how the Spring’s hatchery works.
RIDGEDALE, Mo.- - Anglers from across the nation take aim for the largest bow fishing tournament in the world. The U.S. Open Bow Fishing Championship kicks off May 3 at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor Academy in Ridgedale.
LAMPE, Mo. - Table Rock Lake could soon be home to a new multi-million-dollar development. After nearly 12 years of planning and searching, Colorado-based Young Life, broke ground a new camp in Stone County Tuesday.
Branson Mo. - The world's top anglers were fighting fish and the weather Thursday, in hopes of eventually landing a $100,000 dollar pay day.
BRANSON, Mo. – Well-known Branson performers celebrate 80 years as a group on Monday.
OAK GROVE, Ark. -- About a month ago, I was on my way to Berryville, Ark. for an Oliver’s Ozarks report when my photographer and I passed another place we just had to check out.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Photography is an art and for one Springfield man it's a passion.
JEROME, Mo. -- Bluegrass has been a part of the musical landscape in the Ozarks for generations and a Phelps County man knows a thing or two about what it takes to play bluegrass and the instruments it requires.
Branson Zipline is nestled off Highway 65 just North of Branson, in the Wolfe Creek Preserve.
BUCYRUS, Mo. – A Texas County couple struck liquid gold after they turned a weekend hobby and an old barn into a booming brewery.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The 30th annual Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions is underway. The event draws the biggest names in high school basketball from across the country and it’s not just the players that are the winners.
A team of psychologists is testing to see how trauma therapy affects the overall health and quality of life for families in Taney and Stone Counties.
The cold weather adds to the woes of seasonal workers who can't find a job between January and March.
Take a look at the majestic birds surrounding Table Rock Lake
Health officials say vaccines, hand-washing and basic hygienic practices can help prevent a serious outbreak.
Visitors to Table Rock Lake are growing more environmentally savvy. That means marinas and other businesses have a vested interest in keeping the water clean.
The city's winter plans include a new dog park, hiking trail extensions and other upgrades to recreational areas.
Demographic shifts could indicate more demand for elderly housing in the future.
The Lead Hill School District enrolled more than 20 international pupils in the high school, which only has 180 students.
BRANSON, Mo. -- A statement from the theater indicates that the theater might reopen in 2014 under new management and a different name.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Using an innovative method to help homeless women stay safe and out of the cold, a program called Safe to Sleep keeps dozens of women of the streets at night struggling to find a place to sleep.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Many theaters and ticket outlets offer holiday discounts as a way to encourage advance sales.
FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- A vehicle without a driver used to be the stuff of science fiction. Now it's reality.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Taney Co. and other isolated areas often lack access to treatment for behavioral issues, mood disorders and substance abuse
FORSYTH, Mo. -- More than 300 children in the two counties now have access to new clothes, hygiene kits, tutoring and other services.
MALAPASCUA ISLAND, Philippines -- Springfield charitable organization Convoy of Hope is working in the Philippines distributing millions of meals to help Typhoon Haiyan survivors.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – At the end of the 2013 campaign, United Way of the Ozarks Campaign chair Paul Williams, Springfield Police Department, announced that, the annual workplace campaign has raised $3,828,200.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The consulting engineers will present early drafts and concepts to city officials on Wednesday night.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The energy savings for LED lights can add up for theaters and shows with massive displays.