Missouri Student Charged for Alleged ‘Upskirt’ Photos
A Kansas City-area high school student has been charged after allegedly taking photos and videos up other students’ shorts.
Police: 3-Year-Old Boy Struck, Killed in Downtown KC
A 3-year-old boy is dead after breaking away from his father’s hand in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, running into traffic and being struck by a gas company truck.
Company Won’t Operate Duck Boats in 2019 after Fatal Sinking
The company that owns a duck boat that sank on a Missouri lake last year, killing 17 people, won’t operate the vessels this year and will instead open a replacement attraction in the tourist town of Branson.
Passenger Rail Route Suspended, More Evacuate Amid Flooding
Passenger rail traffic along a popular Missouri route was suspended and evacuations continued Wednesday amid flooding along the Missouri River.
Former 6-Term Missouri US Rep. Bill Burlison Dies at Age 88
Bill Burlison, a former six-term congressman from southeast Missouri, has died.
Man Found Dead in Southwestern Missouri Home after Standoff
A man suspected of shooting at southwestern Missouri deputies is dead after apparently shooting himself during a lengthy standoff.
Missouri Regulators Approve Midwest Wind Energy Power Line
Missouri regulators have reversed course and given the go-ahead to one of the nation’s largest renewable energy projects.
Missouri Supreme Court Strikes Down Jail Time for Jail Debts
The Missouri Supreme Court says local courts can’t throw people back in jail for not paying previous jail debts.
Ex-Priest’s Medical Licenses Become Inactive in 2 States
A former Kansas City priest who was defrocked last year following an investigation into allegations of child sexual abuse no longer has valid licenses to practice medicine in Kansas and Missouri, according to registration records.
University of Missouri Fires Campus Cop Over Blackface Photo
University of Missouri officials say they have fired a campus police officer after verifying he was in a photo depicting him blackface.