One of NASCAR's greatest is planning a pit stop. Four-time cup champion Jeff Gordon says this season will be his last as a full-time driver.
Church members in Monett react to the arrest of a former member for the fire that destroyed their church. Local entrepreneurs give some help from Google and startup veterans, to pitch their ideas this weekend. And a Springfield woman wins gasoline for life! Here's your morning Quick Cast.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will be in Springfield with the state's economy on his agenda.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Police are looking for a woman who robbed a gas station overnight.
As a congregation cleans up, tries to salvage and possibly sell what they can from their charred church, one of their members stands accused of setting the building ablaze.
LEBANON, Mo. -- Police call counterfeit money around Lebanon tougher to catch than most fake bills. Lebanon Police say the counterfeiter has found a way to get past the basic test for detecting fake bills because whoever it is is using ten dollar bills to create what looks like 100 dollar bills.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill (D/Mo) is getting to work this year by serving as the top democrat on a committee that investigates federal agencies.
CBSNews -- The iconic Doomsday Clock, considered a metaphor for the dangers faced by the world, was pushed ahead by two minutes over concerns about worsening climate change and the world's failure to reduce nuclear weapons, a trans-Atlantic group of prominent scientists announced.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – For the last two and half years, Susie Powers spent time racking clothes at the PTA Clothing Bank in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A local brewing company is urging its patrons to head to the bars while it faces a bottle shortage.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A survey released Thursday shows many Springfield area employers are looking to hire soon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Missouri lawmaker aims to protect religious freedom on college campuses. Rep. Elijah Haahr (R-Springfield) is sponsoring HB 104, which would allow student groups to include or exclude people based on their religious beliefs.
LEAD HILL, Ark. -- Rural and small schools in Arkansas are pushing to protect themselves from the possibility of consolidation in the future.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has died at the age of 90, state television reported.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- One Springfield company is losing jobs.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Parents and students can now take a peek at the proposed 2015-16 school year calendar for Springfield Public Schools (SPS).
SOUTHWEST Mo. -- The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks (VHSO) is looking for caregivers to open their homes to veterans in Southwest Missouri.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Supreme Court has withdrawn the execution warrant on Marcellus Williams. A court spokesperson would not say what prompted the high court’s decision.
MONETT, Mo. -- Authorities have charged a man from Pleasant Hope, Missouri with institutional vandalism in connection with the fire that destroyed the Church of Monett Monday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s (D) proposed spending plan for the new fiscal year includes an attempt to get around restrictions placed on him by voters.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Two statewide unions in Missouri weigh in on Gov. Jay Nixon's State of the State address, with mixed reaction.
OZARK, Mo. -- UPDATE - Greene County Circuit Judge Calvin Holden has filed to recuse himself from overseeing the murder trial of Aaron Clemons, his clerk tells KOLR10 News.
Microsoft will offer free upgrades to Windows 10 -- the next version of its operating system -- first for Windows 8.1 users and then for Windows 7 users, the company announced Wednesday.
LAWRENCE, Kan. --The campus of the University of Kansas hosts President Barack Obama Thursday, when he delivers a speech just two days after his State of the Union address to the nation.
ST. LOUIS -- Police said a 19-year-old man was shot and killed by an officer in north St. Louis around 9:45 p.m. Wednesday night.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- From this desk in the Busch building, City of Springfield's Director of Planning and Development, Ralph Rognstad, has helped shaped the growth of Springfield. After 27 years, he's retiring this week.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- A crash just before 1:00 am Thursday claims the life of a Webster County man, the Missouri Highway Patrol confirms.
Couples at the altar generally don't promise to love, cherish and be completely honest about all financial information from this day forward. Maybe they should.
New developments in the investigation of former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, Gov. Nixon says he'll go to Cuba next month to establish Missouri business ties, and you can get a Pineapple Whip for 3 days only in the Whip Solstice. We start off cool, but warm up this afternoon with sunshine. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
E-cigarette vapor can contain cancer-causing formaldehyde at levels up to 15 times higher than regular cigarettes, a new study finds.
WASHINGTON -- A federal investigation has not found enough evidence to charge Darren Wilson with the federal crime of depriving Michael Brown of his civil rights, according to multiple sources familiar with the investigation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield's newest entertainment venue is hiring.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Bi-partisan lawmakers from both the Missouri house and senate want a civics test as a requirement for high school graduation. The test is already required in Arizona.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon delivered his annual State of the State address Tuesday night.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Blue and red lights filled Springfield streets 12% less in 2014 than 2013.
CBSNews -- Measles had been largely eradicated in the U.S. by the year 2000. But it's back in part because a growing number of parents are not vaccinating their kids, fearing side effects.
CBSNews -- Dish Network (DISH) was found liable for making more than 57 million calls in violation of federal telemarketing rules, including millions to consumers who were registered on the Do Not Call list, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday.
STONE COUNTY, Mo. -- Wednesday, Silver Dollar City held a “topping out” ceremony on it’s new, $8 million attraction.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Court documents reveal that last week's raids of two Springfield businesses were the result of a two-year police investigation. In the search, police seized dozens of items from Washington Pawn on E. Kearney.
In last night's State of the Union address, president Barack Obama pointed out that child care costs more than rent payments for many Americans. That is true here in Missouri. Today, child care advocates met to discuss the issues.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield car dealer was sentenced Wednesday for rolling back the mileage on cars he sold.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A local man was sentenced to over seven years in federal prison for receiving and distributing child pornography over the Internet.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Galena woman has been sentenced to two years and six months in federal prison without parole for stealing more than $300,000 from her employer.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – According to the recently-released crime 2014 Uniform Crime Report, overall crime in Springfield is down, but there has been a large leap in homicides.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A pay raise could still be on tap for Missouri’s legislators and state elected officials.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police serving search warrants last week at two north Springfield businesses were looking for stolen cars and property, according to court documents.
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The measles outbreak that started in California is growing. There are now several dozen cases of the dangerous disease in five states. The outbreak traces back to Disney Theme parks in Anaheim.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Community Blood Center of the Ozarks rewards its donors with LifePoints, but now there is a way those people can extend their donation to other non-profits in the Ozarks.
PEA RIDGE, Ark. --- The Pea Ridge National Military Park is receiving a rare donation - the Civil War diary of a man from Springfield.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A group of bi-partisan lawmakers from both the House and Senate propose making a civics test a requirement for high school graduation.