POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. - Hundreds of Missouri’s own, who gave their lives in the Vietnam War, were honored Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Blankets, onsies, bottles, diapers, some of the basic needs of newborns. But not all families can afford such items. That's where Pam Detten and volunteers of "newborns in need" come in.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- "It's energy from the sun. There's no drain on raw materials, there's no pollution. It's green,” said Doug Hopper with Missouri Sun Solar.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--On Earth Day dozens of volunteers met for a big cleanup at Lake Springfield. Volunteers expect to pick up thousands of pounds of trash.
MARIONVILLE, Mo.-- A man from crane is dead after a train hit his car.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--(KRCG) Public access to video from police cameras in Missouri would be restricted under a measure moving forward in the Legislature
BOONE COUNTY, Ark.--The Boone County Sheriffs Department was alerted about a reported rape of young female under the age of 14.
NIXA, Mo. --The Christian County prosecutor has charged a 25-year-old Nixa man with sodomy and rape of a resident in the nursing care facility where he worked.
BOLIVAR, Mo.-- To alleviate problems neighbors of Dunnegan Park were having with the park’s peacock population, about a half dozen of the 25 to 30 birds living in and around the park have been caught and sent to Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--The Missouri legislature has sent Governor Jay Nixon a bill to limit awards for pain and suffering in medical malpractice cases.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s office is still paying for its employees and their travel expenses out of the budgets of other state agencies, despite measures taken by the legislature meant to end those practices. That’s one of the findings of the state auditor’s office, in its review of Nixon’s office’s practices from July 2011 through June of 2014.
THAYER, Mo. -- Police in Thayer are looking for the public's help in finding a man who robbed a bank Wednesday morning.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - As environmental groups take stock of the work lawmakers have done to protect air, water, lands and public health, they aren't finding much cause for celebration.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's been more than two months since an unarmed man was shot and killed by a Springfield police office. But the police investigation into the death is not yet complete, police said Wednesday.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- Customers of on the electric cooperatives in the Ozarks should be care if they get a call threatening service disconnection.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- More money is coming to pay for the clean up of creosote contamination at the former Kerr-McGee plant site in west Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A man from Springfield faces decades in years in prison after pleading guilty to washing money, then printing photos of larger dollar amounts on the paper.
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. -- Law officers find a large amount of marijuana and weapons in a home at Lake of the Ozarks, after a drug dog sniffed out the drugs.
MARIONVILLE, Mo. - A man from Crane, Missouri is dead this morning after his car was struck by a train at the Lincoln Street railroad crossing in Marionville.
DES MOINES -- Farmers in the Midwest are struggling to contain the biggest outbreak of bird flu in the U.S. in three decades. The highly infectious H5N2 virus has hit egg and poultry producers in about thirteen states
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's Earth Day and many people will spend it outside In the Ozarks, dozens of volunteers will meet for a big cleanup at Lake Springfield.
Nearly one-million Trek bikes in the United States and Canada are being recalled after a person was paralyzed.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- An outbreak of dog flu hasn't reportedly reached Missouri yet, but veterinarians in the state want dog owners to watch for symptoms.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Proposals moving in the state legislature would finally allow victims of sexual assault or rape in Missouri to get orders of protection from their attackers.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri legislature has proposed shortening the length of time a person can stay on unemployment benefits by tying that limit to the unemployment rate.
Point Lookout, Mo. -- Veterans of the Vietnam War will have a special memorial in their honor, with a dedication ceremony today near Branson.
An Earth Day event you can help out with in Springfield today....a new place to honor Vietnam veterans in the Ozarks....and a plan to limit unemployment benefits in Missouri. Plus, a quieter weather picture ahead for the Ozarks today. Here's your morning Quick Cast.
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge will begin hearing arguments today (Wednesday) on whether to expand the freedom of the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan in 1981.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- Tuesday night, the public shared concerns about a proposed office building on several acres east of Springfield on State Highway D or Sunshine.
BOLIVAR, Mo. -- Police officers patrolling the streets of Bolivar will soon sport new equipment to keep them and the public safe. The department received body cameras about a month ago, and hope to have them out on the streets by May 1.
POLK COUNTY, Mo.-- Searchers found a missing man on Tuesday who was considered endangered.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A massive voluntary recall by Blue Bell Creameries means people won't be able to buy its frozen products for a while.
YELLVILLE, Ar. - An aging jail in the Ozarks is on the verge of closure because it’s struggling to keep up with state standards.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield City Council fills the empty Zone 1 council seat after interviewing five people Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A man originally charged with first-degree murder in a 2013 stabbing death in Springfield has been sentenced to seven years in prison on a reduced charge of involuntary manslaughter.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Some drivers in Springfield will encounter a new traffic signal for walkers and bikers to access the South Creek Trail.
Two popular brands are recalling their products over concerns about listeria contamination. The bacteria can cause serious infections and be deadly for some people.
BOSTON -- The next phase in the trial of the Boston Marathon bomber is set to begin today. After declaring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of the 2013 attack, the jury will now hear arguments in the sentencing phase.
Blue Bell Ice Cream expands its recall to all of its products...new safety features start today for walkers along the South Creek Greenway....and Kraft Mac and Cheese is changing. Here's your morning Quick Cast.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The spring "Friends of the Library Book Sale" opens today at Remington's Event Center in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Springfield City Council will interview five people today who want to serve in the council's Zone 1 seat.
This morning, retailers in 23 states are pulling Blue Bell ice cream products from store shelves, and consumers are being told not to eat any Blue Bell ice cream they may have at home.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Tabitha Eutsler was selected from 68 nominees to be Springfield's teacher of the year.
LEBANON, Mo. – The Lebanon City Council and its constituents are now divided over a proposed electric rate hike after the city council did not take a scheduled vote on the issue April 13.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Kraft Foods plans to change an American favorite. The company announced today it will remove synthetic colors and artificial preservatives from the Original Mac & Cheese.
CARROLL COUNTY, Mo. -- 38 year old Russell Johnston of Seligman, Mo. drowned while fishing.
BRANSON, Mo. - While some in the Ozarks are getting ready for turkey hunting season, others are heading to the woods for a different reason.
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Mo. -- Amid growing scrutiny over the qualifications of a reserve deputy who shot and killed a man after mistaking his handgun for a taser, KOLR10's Linda Ong looked into the training of reserve officers in the Ozarks.
BOSTON, Ma. -- With tight security surrounding the 26.2 mile course and nearly 30,000 runners, to Africans win the iconic marathon.
GOLDEN CITY, Mo. – Trial dates have been set for the middle of next year for the man accused in the kidnapping, rape and murder of 12-year-old Adriaunna Horton in August 2013.