ACROSS Mo. -- Our crews traveled from watching the Kansas City Royals to the St. Louis Cardinals and kept the camera rolling the whole trip. Travel with us from one side of the state to the other in under a minute.
The White River Valley Historical Society, in Forsyth, is asking for the public's help in its effort to preserve local stock car racing history. See Grant Sloan's full interview.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A small crew met Friday morning to turn the large, steel structure at Park Central Square named The Tumbler.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Jeffries Elementary Kindergarteners Arianna Warren, Layla Redden, and Micah Davis react to tasting locally-grown foods that are part of the Springfield Public School's "Farm To School" Program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- On Saturday, Oct. 18, the Springfield Fire Department will host "Girls on Fire," a recruitment event aimed at encouraging women to explore firefighting as a career option.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- While visiting Hillcrest High School in Springfield Friday, Gov. Jay Nixon speaks to KOLR10's Nick Thompson on Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal's outburst on the legislature floor Wednesday and his actions in Ferguson.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Dr. John Jungmann, Springfield's new public schools superintendent, takes part in a lengthy conversation with KOLR10 Chad Mira and Brett Martin. Here is the full interview - touching on management style, the cost of education, pressures of the job and improving Springfield schools.
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- A video has been released showing the full transformation of Highway 60 in Rogersville.
BRANSON, Mo. -- During Clown Jam on Friday, KOLR10 News' Grant Sloan learns the magic of 'The String of Mystery.'
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- KOLR10's Jennifer Kielman goes kayaking in her Getting Out in the Ozarks segment. See what didn't make it to your television.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The 4th of July and the holiday weekend can be a troublesome time for our furry friends. Many dogs are bothered by the sound of explosions throughout neighborhoods. We spoke with trainer John Lopez, of the Howliday Inn Pet Resort, he gave us some tips and tricks to keep dogs worry free through the weekend.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Airflow Club Annual National Meet brought in several vintage cars Friday. Learn about the history behind the Airflow.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Airflow Club of America filled the Steak-N-Shake parking lot with vintage cars on Friday. Learn a little bit about the national meet.
A 2-year-old girl from Missouri nearly died last weekend after she started choking on water in her sleep, hours after swimming. It is known as dry drowning. Dr. Holly Phillips joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to talk about how to stay safe.
Watch video of wind damage to the Campbell Point boat dock and campground near Lampe, Missouri and roof damage to the Greenbriar Inn on Highway 76 in Branson.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- KOLR10 videographer Eric Redus captured this video during the height of the severe thunderstorm in Springfield on June 5.
For 20 years, (1981-2000) John T. Pierpont was top the top law enforcement official in Greene County. In this Web Extra, he tells us how a former Greene County sheriff, not his father, convinced him to run in 1980.
KOLR10's Laura Kennedy spoke with former DEA Agent Bob Stutman about the growing issue of prescription drug abuse and related deaths.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - In the heart of the Ozarks, lakes and river ways are a part of many people’s lives. If you have a canoe or plan to use one this summer, it's important to know safety tips specific to canoes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A criminal investigation has begun into an officer-involved shooting in Springfield Friday. Police Chief Paul Williams released more information in a press conference on Monday.
LAMPE, Mo. -- Take a look behind the scenes of Jennifer Kielman's Getting Out in the Ozarks: Segway segment.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- KOLR10's Brett Martin spent some time recently, catching up with Dr. John Moore. More is a former president of Drury University and former director of the Wonders of Wildlife Museum. In this web extra, Moore talks about the growth of philanthropy in Springfield in the past three decades.
RIDGEDALE, Mo. -- While people on Table Rock Lake gear up for the largest bow fishing tournament in the world, KOLR10's Grant Sloan tries his hand at the sport.
KOLR10'S David Oliver spoke with local officials on how they handle threats made in one of our most used means of communication, social media.
Doctor Robert Spence is retiring next week after four decades as third president of Evangel University . KOLR10's David Oliver spoke with him about his time with the Crusaders.
Kory Cribb of Falling Feathers Game Calls talks about the business he started in a backyard workshop. In Cribb's workshop, every season is duck season. In this WEB EXTRA, Cribb talks about the business of making handmade game calls.
The Director of the Ku Klux Klan, Thomas Robb, spoke to KOLR10 News about the shootings at Jewish centers near Kansas City, and about the suspect, Cross, also known as Frazier Glenn Miller.
After three people were killed in a shooting incident in Kansas City at two Jewish-related sites, KOLR10's Laura Kennedy gathered local reaction.
In the wake of the JCC shootings in Kansas City, KOLR10 talked with Southern Poverty Law Center about their profile of Frazier Glenn Cross.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Before a lecture at Missouri State Interview, local media had a chance to ask Colin Powell some questions.
March is colon cancer awareness month. Dr. Janette talks about the cancer's treatment.
Senator Claire McCaskill sits down with KOLR10's David Oliver while on a listening tour across the state.
The situation in Ukraine is becoming more intense by the days. KOLR10 spoke to one of the most famous Ukrainians on the planet, comedian and former Branson resident Yakov Smirnoff, to get his take on the situation.
In less than a month, Springfield voters will decide whether to repeal the police fire pension sales tax. That will be a major city-wide issue for the April 8th election, but the language on the ballot could be confusing. Laura Kennedy talked to Fire Chief David Hall on the issue.
Know the facts and safety tips about severe weather.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Counties near the Missouri-Arkansas state line received heavier amounts of sleet and snow overnight Sunday, than most parts of the region. In this Web Extra...video of road conditions Monday morning after daybreak.
Springfield Director of Planning and Development for the City of Springfield Ralph Rognstad Jr. talks about the Timmons Temple property debate.
So, what's life like in jail? Major Kevin Spaulding gives us a little insight.
KOLR10 Meteorologist Chris Smith has such a great forecast on this Valentine's Day, that anchor Rob Evans couldn't resist showing a little love. On KOLR10 News at Midday, Friday, February 14, 2014
This week, Jennifer takes the plunge and faces her fears at the edge of a zip-lining platform. Take a look at her behind-the-scenes footage.
The family of a murdered Willard couple speaks to one of the men responsible for their death during his sentencing.
It takes a brave person to step in front of a camera and admit all of the biggest mistakes they've made in their life.
After "Getting Out in the Ozarks," Jennifer gives us a tour of the off-road toys and boats at S & H Farm Supply store.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Steve Hartley with Dick's 5 & 10 in Branson shares the scoop on business in Branson during winter weather.
KOLR10's Laurie Patton shot this video of driving conditions along I-44 late this morning. (Tues, Feb. 4)
During the winter months, the hunt for winter-proofing products for homes is a rough ordeal. Phil Long with Home Depot explains and shows tips on how to prepare your home for winter weather.
Tommie Trammell, with the Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation, tells KOLR10 how many people are looking for energy assistance and how they get it.
Millions of eyes will be on Sunday's Super Bowl game, but not everyone is into the game. Big dollar commercials are also a highlight for many viewers. Here's a look at a few of Sunday's ads that may have everybody talking Monday morning.
The U.S. Department of Justice says it will fund voluntary tracking devices for children with autism or other conditions that put them at risk for fleeing their caregivers.
Congressman Billy Long on the State of the Union, Obamacare and propane supplies.