LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The Mexican Consulate in Little Rock expects more protests in the coming days over the ongoing illegal immigration crisis on the nation's borders, but says extra security won't be necessary.
SPRINGFIELD, MO. -- Recent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lab tests revealed pathogenic bacteria in certain tattoo supplies. And one Ozarks tattoo parlor owner says this incident points to a major problem in the industry.
HOT SPRINGS, AR - Issues ranging from the minimum wage, private option, and prisons/jail overcrowding to same-sex marriage, the Buffalo River watershed/hog farm controversy and control of the lottery took center stage in a debate this afternoon between the four men running for Governor of Arkansas.
Elephants playing soccer to determine who will win the World Cup; Germany says nein to our CIA chief staying in their country; and an emergency meeting at the UN Security Council on the crisis in the Middle East. This is "The Pulse."
The president is asking Congress for money to address the growing immigration crisis on the border with Mexico; Germany smashes Brazil's hopes for World Cup glory; and pot sales are booming in Washington state. This is "The Pulse."
WEBSTER COUNTY, Mo. -- As thousands of children in the Ozarks play and work through the remaining weeks of summer, their parents are already checking off to-do lists about what needs to happen before the start of school.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Fourth of July means more than fireworks and fun for one Ozarks family. The "Sure Fire" Fireworks Tent in Battlefield started in 2010 after Kelli and Kenderick Stewart's daughter Kali passed away from cancer at the age of five. Their goal is to help others, and a portion of their proceeds go to three local charities in her honor.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- 7.5 million vehicles across the United States have been added to GM's recent recall list because of faulty ignition switches. Local dealers say they're focused on getting people's cars fixed right.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Traumatic events like weather disasters and school shootings seem all-the-more prevalent lately, and an Ozarks group already known for helping children cope with grief is now better prepared to help them deal with trauma.