Boys & Girls Club Opens New Site in Dresden
Families in Dresden will soon have a new option for afterschool care with the opening of a new Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Club Site.
Warrensburg Man Arrested After Fleeing From Police
19-year-old Tristen T. McLain was the driver of an eastbound 1997 Chevy truck when he attempted to make a right turn, skidded and left the roadway
Columbia Man Charged in Murder in June
Prosecutors say a man already charged with trying to shoot a sheriff's deputy in southwest Missouri is now charged in a Columbia homicide.
Documents: Mom Depressed Before Driving Into River With Kids
A woman who is charged with killing her and injuring her son reportedly told authorities she wanted to die and didn't want anyone else to have her children.
Former Missouri Youth Group Leader Fights Rape Conviction
A Missouri man is fighting his rape conviction after a teen said she lied about what happened because she didn't want to get into trouble with her mother.
Slain Felon Lied to Buy Firearm Before Wounding Three Officers
A homicide suspect who was killed by police after wounding three officers was able to pass a background check despite a criminal history in Oklahoma.
Driver Who Killed Kansas City Cyclist Gets 120-day Sentence
A man who was under the influence of drugs when his car hit and killed a 32-year-old Kansas City bicyclist was sentenced to at least 120 days in prison.
Man Drowns When Watercraft Capsizes at Lake of the Ozarks
The Missouri State Highway patrol says a 33-year-old man died after he was thrown from a personal watercraft at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Police: Kansas City Woman Found Dead on Interstate Ramp
Kansas City police are investigating the death of a woman who was found dead along an interstate ramp.
Governor's Ham Breakfast Sets Records to Benefit Missouri Youth
Bids were called and money was raised for youth Thursday at the 66th Governor’s Ham Breakfast held in the Director’s Tent
Waverly Resident Killed in Vehicle Rollover
A two-vehicle accident Thursday afternoon in Lafayette County resulted in one death and four injuries.
Records Set During 66th Governor's Ham Breakfast
The 66th Governor’s Ham Breakfast was held at the Missouri State Fairgrounds on Thursday morning and set records to benefit Missouri's youth.
Trial in 1984 Missouri Teenager’s Death Moved to New County
The trial of a 59-year-old man facing a capital murder charge in the 1984 death of a Missouri teenager has been moved to a different county.
27 Blocks in SE Sedalia to be Resurfaced
The City of Sedalia says in a media release the work is scheduled start Monday, August, 20, weather permitting. The area is bounded on the west by S. Massachusetts Ave., on the east by S. Ingram Ave., on the south by the City limits, and on the north by E. 24th Street.
Neighbors Injured While Saving Child From Burning Home
Two people are being treated for injuries in Missouri after entering a neighbor’s burning home to rescue a child.
Hughesville Fire Department to Host Fish Fry and Hog Supper
The Hughesville Fire Department will host the annual donation fish fry and whole hog supper on Saturday, September 1.
Changes Approved to KCP&L-GMO Fuel Adjustment Charge
A press release from the Public Service Commission indicates an average residential customer using 1,000 kWh (kilowatt-hours) of electricity per month month, the FAC will increase from approximately $1.26 a month to $2.40 a month.
Clinton, MO Man Injured in SUV Collision
A 60-year old man from Clinton, MO was injured Tuesday evening after a SUV collided with another vehicle in Henry County.
Ex-Missouri State Trooper in Drowning Case Sues for License
A former Missouri state trooper who was driving a boat when a handcuffed Iowa man fell out and drowned is suing to get his peace officers' license back.
Fleeing Suspect Reports Fake Active Shooter to Avoid Arrest
Authorities say a suspect in an eastern Missouri burglary called a hospital to report an active shooter to create a diversion as he fled from police.