WASHINGTON -- Did General Motors and industry regulators fail to detect safety problems that have been linked to 13 deaths? That's the question members of Congress will want answered as they begin an investigation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The 36th Annual Model Train Show by the Ozarks Model Railroad Association is happening this weekend in Springfield.
WEBB CITY, MO.--- A Webb City state representative is hoping to make some changes to the way prevailing wage laws are applied in Missouri.
JOPLIN, Mo.---- The Joplin Memorial Run Committee announces plans for this year's run, remembering victims of the May 2011 tornado.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A House Committee has held the first hearing of a Republican proposal for reform and expansion of Medicaid.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --The state’s low income housing tax credit program has been roasted by the state auditor as far too expensive and far less valuable to the state than supporters say it is.
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MARSHFIELD, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon will visit Marshfield High School on Tuesday at 1:15 p.m. to discuss his plan “Good Schools, Good Jobs.”
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- Anyone wanting to vote in Greene County's April election has two days left to register.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A judge has denied an appeal of the plea agreement made by the woman who when she was 15 killed nine-year-old Elizabeth Olten of St. Martins.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A local 70's music legend will open for a nationally known 70's band at a concert in Springfield in June.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- In the days after Michael Taylor was executed for his part in the murder of a 15-year-old girl in 1989, the state is working to lift barriers to the execution of his accomplice.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --The Senator who decides what bills are debated in the state Senate threatens to use the nuclear option if minority Democrats don’t get out of the way on divisive Republican issues.
EDMOND, Okla. -- A police officer in Edmond, Oklahoma is being hailed a hero for going above the call of duty. His actions help ease the fears of a young girl who is now sleeping better at night.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It took more than 90 rounds, two days and a two-week break, but the Kansas City Spelling Bee finally has a winner.
PETTIS COUNTY, Mo. -- Four people from Sedalia are dead after a crash that happened early Sunday morning. The accident happened around 6:30 this morning on Route B, south of Sacajawea road in Pettis County.
HUNTSVILLE, Ar. -- For the first time in almost 70 years, Madison County residents can buy liquor without crossing county lines.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. --The American College of Technology will move to a new location Mon. Mar. 10.
WARRENSBURG, Mo.--The discovery of a body of an infant found inside a cave near the University of Central Missouri has led to the arrests and subsequent charges of two Johnson County residents.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon addressed over one-hundred superintendents, administrators, and board members Mar. 8 at the Education Plus Legislative Breakfast.
HUNTSVILLE, Ar.-- One Arkansas school district to asking to waive half of their snow make-up days.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The Arkansas Private Option funding bill has been signed into law by Governor Mike Beebe.
BOONE COUNTY, Ark. – A Harrison man faces numerous charges of rape after police started an investigation into a possible child predator who was seeking companionship with young men.
ST. LOUIS -- You never know what you'll find tucked away in a closet. A priceless piece of the history of St. Louis is discovered.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An American Eagle flight from Chicago to Kansas City, Missouri was met by law enforcement Thursday night.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- It was one week ago today, a blaze destroyed the historic Majestic Hotel in downtown Hot Springs.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Arkansas lawmakers approved nearly $22 million in surplus spending Thursday for a variety of projects, but leaving several other efforts unfunded.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Two men from Branson face are facing charges of securities fraud.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - While she faces multiple charges of bribery and extortion, former Arkansas State Treasurer, Martha Shoffner says payments she received didn't influence any decision she made as Treasurer.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – A Texas woman is in the Greene County Jail after police found large amounts of drugs and a stolen hand gun in her car during a traffic stop.
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. -- School of the Ozarks will hold a meeting Thursday night for anyone interested in learning more about the addition of K-6 classes. The new grades will be added this fall.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Missouri Medicaid Coalition will hold a town hall meeting this evening.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Workers at 15 domestic violence shelters are anxiously awaiting word on whether funding will be available for those shelters after learning that they had been turned down for a grant.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- You may be tired of all the snow by now. But for one man, the more snow the better. He is counting on the snow to help him raise money for a friend in need.
JOPLIN, Mo.--- Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has recovered $39,000 of money from a donation scam related to rebuilding efforts in Joplin.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The Branson Board of Alderman has approved a contract with SMG for management services for the Branson Convention Center.
NORTHWEST Ark.-- For the past few months, 'She Said Yes' Bridal in Rogers has been without owner, Brandi Rushton.
BRANSON, Mo. -- After more than 30 years, the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers is unveiling a new master plan for Table Rock Lake.
HARRISON, Ark. -- Jamie Warriner on the town square for the 2014 Weather Tour.
ROLLA, Mo. – A Rolla man faces arson charges for the total loss of a residence in the 13000 block of County Rd. 3200 on the afternoon of March 3.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- An announcement is expected in Joplin today, in a case over use of donations funds given after the Joplin tornado.
CARTHAGE, MO.--- The Carthage Humane Society is getting national exposure in a web series launched by PetSmart Charities and actor Josh Duhamel. .
WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. -- Traffic is finally moving again, but slowly, in across central Arkansas after snow and ice brought traffic to a standstill for more than 12 hours on I-55 and I-40.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Camden County Public Water Supply District No. 5 has been awarded a $100,000 low-interest loan to expand its sewer collection system to a previously un-served subdivision.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A fifth vote in the Arkansas House of Representatives has done the trick, winning approval for the Private Option funding bill.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Today's your chance to get some free breakfast. It's national pancake day, headed into the Lent season which begins Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Power outages for Entergy Arkansas are down to a little over 9,600 as of early Tuesday morning.
BRONAUGH, Mo. -- A crash investigative team from the Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that killed a man from Nevada Monday.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- Joplin City Council votes to pay the $82,000 invoice from the investigation which led to the firing of Former City Manager Mark Rohr. Rohr was at the Council meeting and spoke his mind.
ABOARD INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION -- Movie goers weren't the only ones to flip over the film "Gravity." Real-life astronauts loved it too!