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.
Want to adopt a pet from the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri? Watch to learn about the full process.
Watering eyes and runny noses are just some of the occupational hazards of covering the deep freeze. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the media getting sucked into the "polar vortex."
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The KOLR10 Daybreak team would like to say happy holidays. Check out the video we made!
Some hams won't make it to the table this Christmas, a homeowner lights up a Vegas neighborhood, and some teachers fall victim to a yuletide prank.
(CNN) -- Here is a look back at the international news of 2013.
(CNN) -- Here is a look back at the people we lost in 2013.
(CNN) -- Here is a look back at the notorious crimes of 2013.
(CNN) -- Here is a look back at the events of 2013.
(CNN) -- Here is a look back at the wild weather of 2013.
(CNN) -- Here is a look back at the politics and fast facts of 2013.
Dan Lucy and his brother Tim battle it out as fans of Mizzou and Auburn.
In a Thanksgiving tradition, thousands of people flooded Springfield streets for the 19th Annual Turkey Trot. Event Director Anne-Mary McGrath tells us some Turkey Trot numbers and why it is more than just a race.
Everyone loves getting gifts in the mail this time of yearm especially those men and women serving our country overseas. This morning, on Nov. 21, a group of local marines gathered for Operation Santa to make sure their fellow servicemen and women get a taste of home this Christmas.
Workforce Development Director at Missouri Career Center in Springfield says parents should be sure their children are learning the valuable skills needed for an ever-changing job market.
Midwesterners are picking up the pieces after the region was hit with dozens upon dozens of reported tornadoes Sunday. One of the big questions is - how did such a dangerous weather pattern creep up with so little notice?
Bart Brown, the CEO of Ozarks Food Harvest explains what the Check Out Hunger campaign is and why it is important.
"It turned my life upside down to where the drug became more important than anything else -- my wife or my children," David Parnell said.
"That was the most weird thing, to look down and not see feet," says Tiffany Eis.
NASA scientist Michelle Thaller speaks live with KOLR10 News Daybreak via satellite Wednesday morning about the MAVEN mission.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Miss out on the Veterans Day Parade in Branson? Check out some of the highlights here.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Katie Jones, from TOMS Initiatives at Missouri State University, talks about bringing Blake Mycoskie (founder of TOMS shoes) to campus and what his outlook inspires.
Little ghosts and goblins will be out at dusk Thursday, seeking treats, not tricks. If you are looking for group or organized events for your children, there are many alternative options to door-to-door trick-or-treating in the area.
BARRY COUNTY, Mo. -- The Ozarks are a wonderful treasure--- one of the most beautiful parts of the country. And, one of the great outdoor activities we enjoy here is trout fishing.
WASHINGTON, DC -- A former U.S. Attorney General, who served when the Patriot Act was first put in place, is speaking about the current flap over U.S. spying on foreign leaders.
Dr. Janette shares some insight into the flu shot and how important it is for women who are pregnant.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- David Mitchell, Director of the Bureau of Economic Research at Missouri State University, speaks to KOLR-10's Laura Kennedy about tonight's congressional vote on raising the debt ceiling.
Congressman Jason Smith issues a statement in reference to the government shutdown and the House vote that might end it.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Pete Herschend, co-founder of Herschend Family Entertainment, talks to KOLR10 News about why his company purchased the Harlem Globetrotters - in this WEB EXTRA.