CBSNews -- Guacamole will be a popular dish during Super Bowl parties this weekend, but severe drought is threatening the future of California farmers, who grow 90 percent of the nation's avocados.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Marshfield woman is the new Webster County Assessor.
HOUSTON, Mo. – If you get pulled over in Houston in the near future, you’re interactions may be recorded.
NIXA, Mo. -- The McDonald's restaurant in Nixa is closed for the time being, while the business recovers from a small fire Friday morning.
We've done all kinds of things on "Pay it Forward" Fridays on KOLR10 Daybreak. We've bought coffee, donuts, even a set of tires for one family.
NIXA, Mo. – Nixa is one step closer to getting fiber Internet to residents.
CBSNews -- An increasing number of pet owners are ditching the packaged dry and wet foods and putting their furry family members on raw-food diets.
LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas Department of Health reports three more people have died of flu-related illness, bringing the total to31 since September 2014. The latest person to die was over age 65. No victims have been children this season.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- The world's largest retailer announced the elimination of around 50 positions at its home office in Bentonville Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A man from Joplin, Missouri is sentenced to 22 years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute a large amount of methamphetamine in Jasper County.
VAN BUREN, Mo. -- Former Riverways Chief Ranger Larry Johnson has been selected to serve as the Acting Superintendent at Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A state Senate vote on whether lawmakers and elected officials should get a raise has been delayed by Democrats who think they should.
If you're looking for an alternative to football this weekend, Chris the Critic with the Missouri Film Alliance has some recommendations at the theater!
Doritos is asking people to vote for their favorite out of hundreds of potential Super Bowl spots. One features an auctioneer from Missouri.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The Arkansas legislature is dealing with two bills regarding the state's private option medicaid expansion. One passed, one failed in a Senate committee. A full vote may happen today.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Citizens and police in St. Louis, Missouri, got into a scuffle with each other during a city council meeting. The altercation happened during discussions about a new law meant to establish a police civilian oversight committee.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- An Arkansas senate committee passed a bill to continue the state's private option health care coverage.
BARTON COUNTY, Mo. – A Mindenmines man is celebrating after winning $250,000 in the Missouri Lottery.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A local task force presented its recommendations to City Council and the Greene County Commission Tuesday, focusing on green building practices.
AURORA, Mo. – A public meeting is planned to discuss proposed plans for several Burlington Northern-Santa Fe railroad crossings.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- St. Joseph City Council members Monday unanimously approved advancing a measure that would give Missouri Western State University $150,000 toward payment of facility renovations for the Kansas City Chiefs training camp.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- The trial for a former school employee, accused of sexually assaulting three girls, begins Tuesday in Benton County, Arkansas.
The 2015 Western Farm Show is scheduled in February at the American Royal Complex in Kansas City. Show manager Ken Dean talks with KOLR10 Daybreak about the vendors and features of the show, which is expected to draw large crowds.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Saint Louis beer holding the Busch name is heading to Springfield.
CBSNews -- The obesity epidemic is affecting not only people but their pets as well.
MELBOURNE, Ark. -- A woman from Calico Rock, Arkansas, who has been in jail since October 2014 on charges of sexual indecency with a child, now faces additional child sex-related charges.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A very special basketball team is dribbling its way to the Ozarks this week. The Harlem Globetrotters are in town.. and will perform in Springfield Thursday night.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- Traffic delays can be expected in certain areas of the county. Check the latest road report from The Missouri Department of Transportation to see what roads are affected
(CBS News) -- KALAMAZOO, Mich.-- A 4-year-old stepped up to call 9-1-1 while her mother--who was 9 months pregnant--was in the midst of a seizure.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Missouri native and acclaimed Laura Ingalls Wilder biographer, Pamela Smith Hill, will speak about the author at Missouri State University Monday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Local non-profit Help Give Hope’s Annual Garage Sale continues Saturday and features a warehouse filled with furniture, knickknack, household items, clothing and more.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Arkansas Department of Health reports another person has died of flu-related illness, bringing the total to 25 since September 2014. The latest person to die was over age 65. No victims have been children this season.
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. -- College of the Ozarks is hosting a free art exhibit called “Industrial Artifacts” at the Boger Art Gallery.
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. -- The Kirksville School District is apologizing after a letter was sent home to one couple questioning the lunch their young daughter brought to school.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A business owner from Memphis, Tennessee will spend the next decade in prison for stealing cargo in the Ozarks.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- The West Plains School Board has voted unanimously to extend the contract of superintendent Dr. John Mulford through June 2018.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- An investigation is underway after a cat is found in a northwest Arkansas neighborhood--with an arrow through its head. Warning: images may be disturbing to some.
EL PASO, Ark.-- A bald eagle is being nursed back to health after it was shot in Jefferson County. Now it is being cared for at a raptor rehab facility.
NEOSHO, Mo. -- As in many communities around the Ozarks, statistics show the crime rate has dropped over the last year in Neosho.
ROGERS, Ark. -- Police Chief James Allen died Thursday after battling cancer. A man so respected Bentonville Police will have an officer posted with his body until his burial.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. – A fire inside of a control room at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains forced the evacuation of the hospital’s new emergency department.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – It’s tax time again, and Drury University students are looking to help low-income and senior taxpayers.
ODESSA, Mo. -- Police in Odessa, Missouri east of Kansas City, have cancelled an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing teen.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- The school board in St. Joseph, Missouri has voted to place Superintendent Fred Czerwonka and the district's Chief Operating Officer on paid administrative leave pending further investigation.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- In a health care speech at UAMS this morning, Gov. Asa Hutchinson has asked the Arkansas Legislature to fund the private option through December 31, 2016.
Most adults, and especially those who have kids, know the importance of getting children properly vaccinated. But did you know there's a good chance adults might need some vaccines too?
BRANSON, Mo. -- If getting your finances organized tops your list of things to do this year, the Skaggs Foundation is offering free help tonight.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- That most tasty of summer treats in Springfield is usually only available during hot weather months and is a staple of the Ozark Empire Fair.
PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- As a jailer escorted another inmate through a holding area, two men being booked on robbery charges made a break for escape.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – The 2014 Uniform Crime Report for Greene County shows crime overall has decreased.