Man Sentenced to 91 Years in Prison for Shooting Trooper
A 39-year-old Kansas City man was sentenced to 91 years in prison for shooting a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper in the leg during a confrontation at a casino.
Man Ordered to Repay Settlement From Jail injury Lawsuit
A judge has ordered a man to repay most of a $2 million settlement he received after claiming he was injured while he was an inmate at the Boone County jail.
Missouri Elk Hunt Likely in 2020
Missouri Department of Conservation officials say the state’s elk herd is on track to be large enough in 2020 for the first hunt in more than a century.
Trial of Woman Charged with False Rape Report Moved to 2020
A judge has pushed back the trial date for a University of Kansas student who is charged with making a false rape report.
Missouri Dog Breeder Sued Over Conditions at Kennels
The state is suing a southwest Missouri dog breeder over what officials call continued substandard conditions at the business.
Former IRS Employee Accused of Stealing $5K from Taxpayers
A former IRS employee who is accused of stealing more than $5,000 from taxpayers has been arrested.
High Court Weighs State Role in Prosecuting Immigrants
The Supreme Court is trying to sort out whether states can prosecute immigrants who use fake Social Security numbers to get a job.
Missouri Leaders to Raise Awareness about Vaping Risks
Missouri officials are developing a public safety campaign aimed at making young people aware of the risks of vaping.
Chiefs’ Run-Pass Option Game has Suddenly Gone Awry
Patrick Mahomes takes the snap from Chiefs center Austin Reiter, pulls away from the line of scrimmage and then, in a little more than a split-second, must identify the best way to make the chosen play work.
Man Charged With Fatal Shooting after Argument Over Dog
A Kansas City area man has been charged with fatally shooting another man after fighting over a family dog.