SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The nice weather has students looking forward to their summer plans, but police want them to know that thieves are also looking to steal items from their cars -- primarily electronics.
(Tripoli, Libya) -- The man responsible for the deaths of 270 people in the Pan Am bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland has died at age 60.
(Sant'Agostonio, Italy) --Many historic churches and buildings are seriously damaged by north Italy's
6.0 magnitude earthquake, adding up to the loss to Italy's artistic legacy.
(Chicago, IL) -- Protestors are marching to speak out against U.S. involvement in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as NATO leaders meet for their Summit.
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Good news as we hit the roads for weekend trips around town or across country.
(Branson, MO) -- The city of Branson is extending its plan for hotel inspections. Extended-stay motels are the priority.
(Springfield, MO) -- Victory Mission is showing off a revamped facility and program participants are touting its success.
(Springfield, MO) -- Six families could have new homes by the end of May. But your help is needed to make it happen.
(Springfield, MO) -- Local companies are trying to learn more about the new E-Verify law in Springfield.
(Springfield, MO) -- A Springfield restaurant is closed on the same day its owners filed for bankruptcy.
We see the orange barrels all around us when we drive on the highways - road construction season is well underway. But the question on Capitol Hill is how long will the federal government continue to pay for those repairs.
(Joplin, MO) -- The Joplin School District terminates its contract with a demolition company following a lawsuit.
(Branson, MO) -- A new Table Rock Lake attraction could draw at least one million people a year.
(Columbia, MO) -- The Obama administration is backing away from a
proposal to prevent children from working on farms owned by anyone other
than their parents.
(Springfield, MO) -- The political process picks up once again in Missouri, this time with state Democrats electing their delegates.
(Willard, MO) -- The big end-of-year trip for a group of high schoolers could be no more. And the money they paid is possibly gone.
(Springfield, MO) -- Springfield Police are debuting a new crime fighting tool. It's not the kind of weapon you might expect.
(CNN) -- Between texting, tweeting and smartphone apps, it's easy to get
to the middle of the month and ask, "Where did my data go?" But some
sneaky things could also be pushing you over your limit.
(Richland, MO) -- When you're out to eat with small children you may worry that they will be bouncing off the walls. There's a restaurant in Richland that puts your concern to the rest.
(Springfield, MO) -- College students taking out loans for the next school year may have to dig deeper into their pockets.
The Missouri Republican Party is playing hardball against U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, while the three Republicans vying for the nomination to challenge her continue their primary battle.
(Phelps County, MO) -- A Rolla, Mo man is dead after losing control of his SUV Thursday morning.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A surge in gasoline prices earlier this year sparked talk of $5 a gallon by this summer, but prices at the pump have been ticking lower in April, and it appears they'll continue falling as the driving season approaches.
(Branson, MO) -- Skaggs Regional Medical Center has narrowed it down to two finalists for a Strategic Partner.
(Carthage, MO) -- Police release the name of a murder victim found in the water near Spring River on April 25, 2012.
(Nevada, MO) -- A Missouri teen who disappeared last week and was found safe admits she faked a pregnancy for nine months.
(Springfield, MO) -- The Springfield Police Department releases its first annual department report since 2008. The report was eliminated for a few years to save money.
(Springfield, MO) -- The brutal murder of an elderly couple remains unsolved and uncharged.
(Jefferson City, MO) -- If you're a parent and your teenager wants to go tanning, you may soon have to sign off on it.
(Dade County, MO) -- A Cadillac, tractors and dozens of power tools are just a few of the hundreds of stolen items confiscated this week in Dade County.
(CNNMoney) -- The Senate on Wednesday passed a plan to save the struggling U.S. Postal Service, an effort that could save thousands of jobs and 100 mail processing plants now slated to be closed or consolidated next month.
(Carthage, MO) -- The discovery of a man's body near the Spring River in Carthage is now a homicide investigation.
(Seneca, MO) -- The parents of a Seneca High School student are suing the school district over hazing at a football camp.
(CNN) -- Looking to get away this summer? Expect to pay more for a plane ticket.
(Springfield, MO) -- Construction crews could soon be making over some of the roughest railroad crossings in Springfield, thanks in part to a handful of vocal drivers.
(Nevada, MO) -- Lisa Wills was eagerly anticipating the birth of her first grandchild. But now she and police have many unanswered questions after a Missouri teen who was apparently ready to give birth disappeared and turned up almost a week later no longer pregnant.
(Washington, D.C.) -- The U.S. Senate approved Sen. Claire McCaskill's amendment to temporarily halt post office closures, as the Untied States Postal Service seeks ways to cut costs.
(CNN) -- The United States Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday that the nation's fourth case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), sometimes referred to as "mad cow disease" was found in a dairy cow in California.
(Springfield, MO) -- Cuts to the 2013 Missouri State budget could mean selling the state short according to those in the tourism industry.
(Springfield, MO )-- A Springfield woman now faces charges after two attempted robberies.
(Ozark, MO) -- A mobile home in Ozark is destroyed after an afternoon fire.
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Missouri farmers are way ahead of schedule. The Missouri Ag Statistics Office reports that corn farmers already have 50 percent of their crop in the ground, more than two weeks ahead of schedule.
(Springfield, MO) -- A Springfield school bus crashes into a car at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Glenstone Avenue.
(Rogers, AR) -- A fatal fire in Rogers, Arkansas has been ruled accidental.
(CNN) -- More Mexican immigrants are now leaving the United States than entering, according to a Pew Hispanic Center study.
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Prom and graduation season has the Missouri Highway Patrol trying to cut down on underage drinking.
(Springfield, MO) -- "Don't Say Gay". That's what people are calling a controversial bill currently in the Missouri House.
(Springfield, MO) -- The Springfield City Council is considering loosening the smoking ban. Monday night Council heard from actors, business owners, supporters and opponents of the ban.
(Springfield, MO) -- Water rescue crews are searching Lake Springfield after finding a swamped boat near the boat launch around 8:00 p.m.
(Harrison, AR) -- A small earthquake rattled northern Arkansas on Monday.