Two Girls Killed in Crash on Suburban Kansas City Beltway
Authorities say two children have died and three other people are critically injured in a crash on a suburban Kansas City beltway.
Applebee’s Closes Independence Restaurant in Racial Profiling Incident
Applebee's has closed a Kansas City-area restaurant where two black women said they were falsely accused of not paying for meals in an earlier visit.
Police: Centralia Juvenile Detained With Gun at School
Authorities have detained a juvenile in Centralia who they said had a gun and ammunition in a school.
Blue Springs Man Sentenced to 41 Years in Kansas Deputy’s Abduction, Rape
A man has been sentenced to 41 years and three months in prison for kidnapping and raping a suburban Kansas City sheriff’s deputy with the help of another man.
3 Charged in Connection with Springfield Killing
Three men face charges in connection with the killing of a man at a mobile home park in Springfield, Missouri.
Missouri Experiencing Driest Winter in 40 Years
Weather experts say Missouri is experiencing its driest winter in more than 40 years, worsening a drought that started last summer.
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Official Day for Sliced Bread
Missouri lawmakers are considering whether to mark an official day to celebrate sliced bread.
Liberty Man sentenced to 8 Years for Child Pornography
A 60-year-old Liberty man was sentenced to eight years in federal prison without parole for attempting to distribute child pornography over the internet.
Woman Arrested at Marshall Hotel Charged in Kansas Killing
A woman has been charged in a Kansas City, Kansas, stabbing death after she was arrested over the weekend following a disturbance at a Marshall, Missouri hotel.
Missouri Bill Would Increase Penalties for Protesters on Highways
Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would increase penalties for protesters who block highways.