Collin Lingo, KOLR10 KOZL

Collin Lingo


Contact Collin

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown

Past articles by Collin:

Campgrounds won’t reopen for Memorial Day due to flooding

TABLE ROCK LAKE — Campsites unfortunately are delayed to reopen, not because of COVID-19, but because of flooding. since October 2019, about 50 inches of rainfall has gathered in the White River Basin. This amount of rain is nearly 50% above the normal amount. Jay Townsend, the chief of public affairs for the Little Rock […] → Read More

Aftermath of storms in Lebanon

LEBANON, Mo. — On Monday, May 4, storms blew into Missouri causing damage through strong winds and hail. Lebanon was one of the many cities in Missouri that received damage with fallen trees and power lines coming down. STORM DAMAGE: Hail and wind damage → Read More

Local school is teaching students how to manage their financial aid

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The growing student loan debt burden has prompted the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission to encourage colleges to be more clear with students about costs and repayment obligations. → Read More

#GirlfriendGetaway: Day two wraps up in Mansfield, Ava, and West Plains

WEST PLAINS, Mo.-- Day two of the Girlfriend Getaway wrapped up in West Plains where the team saw one of the Quaintest downtown areas in the Ozarks. The trip came to a close after the Getaway RV passed through Mansfield and Ava. → Read More

#GirlfriendGetaway: Photo ops through Salem, Eminence and Houston

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- On day two of our Girlfriend Getaway, the crew visited Salem, Eminence, and Houston. → Read More

5 hospitalized after cleaning product spill at Tyson plant

SPRINGDALE, Ark. (AP) — Several employees have been sent to a hospital after a cleaning agent was spilled at a Tyson Foods poultry plant in northwest Arkansas. → Read More

New report shows most homeless youth have seen or experienced household trauma

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Local organizations are working to combat the local youth homelessness issue. The Community Partnership of the Ozarks recently released its 2019 High Risk and Homeless Youth report. Of the 78 homeless and at-risk youth in Springfield earlier this year, 57 of them reported having been a victim of or witness to repeated household traumas. → Read More

#GirlfriendGetaway: Cackle Hatchery gets a visit from a few new chicks

LEBANON, Mo.-- One of the more interesting stops on the Girlfriend Getaway day one itinerary: Lebanon's Cackle Hatchery. → Read More

Ozarks First shows up and pitches in on Day of Caring

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- From meteorologists to human resources officers, if you work for Ozarks First, the odds are you worked toward a common goal of bettering the community on Monday. → Read More

#GirlfriendGetaway: Lauren and Elisa meet some not-so-stubborn characters in Dallas County

DALLAS COUNTY, Mo.-- Ever heard of a donkey with a hankering for ramen and soda? Neither had Lauren and Elisa until they visited Dancing Donkey Acres. → Read More

#GirlfriendGetaway: The history of Truman Lake Dam

TOM TOWNSHIP, Mo.-- Elisa, Lauren, and Kallie stopped by the historic Truman Lake Dam on Monday. It was one their first stops on this week's Girlfriend Getaway, a five-day journey across the Ozarks. → Read More

He repairs American flags and then flies them in honor of fallen soldiers

REEDS SPRING, Mo.-- On a day dedicated to the country's most iconic symbol, John Bedore is making sure the ones flying outside the New Testament Christian Church are looking their best. → Read More

Habitat for Humanity launches campaign to provide affordable housing

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Habitat for Humanity is using a new approach to address the nationwide housing crisis. → Read More

Truckers hope Congress will pump the breaks on industry regulations

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Trucking advocates are calling on Congress to soften regulations they believe hurt recruitment. → Read More

Deputies donate and install unit for 94-year-old woman living without AC

CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Mo.-- Two Christian County Sheriff's Deputies, alerted to a 94-year-old living in their community without air conditioning, took matters into their own hands on Tuesday. → Read More

Nate Lucas shares his thoughts as a Blues fan in Bruin Country

BOSTON, Ma.-- Sportscaster and lifelong St. Louis sports fan, Nate Lucas is in Boston on the night of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. Win or lose, he thinks calls the Blues trajectory this year one for the history books. → Read More

WATCH: These seniors are taking a class on how to use their iPhones

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- At around 1 p.m. on a Tuesday afternoon, about 30 retirees are rolling into a conference room in the back of Springfield's Brentwood Library. Each one is just as eager as the last to figure out the computer they've been carrying in their pocket. → Read More

Doctors granted permission to perform abortions shame MO lawmakers

ST LOUIS, Mo.-- One day after a judge ruled Missouri's only abortion clinic can continue to provide abortion services, Planned Parenthood doctors are expressing both their gratitude and their wariness. → Read More

Nguyen Win Situation: The Moment of Magic

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- With names like David Copperfield, Houdini, and David Blaine, magic has captivated audiences for decades. → Read More

27 years ago Springfield lost the Three Missing Women

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- On June 7th, 1992, a mystery that still plagues the Ozarks was born. Three women — Stacy McCall, Sherrill Levitt, and Suzie Streeter — disappeared from their hometown of Springfield, Missouri. → Read More