Talking Mules Win Sweepstakes Champions at State Tournament
UCMs Talking Mules finished as the Overall Combined Sweepstakes Champions
Boys & Girls Clubs, Burrell Behavioral Health Partners
The Boys & Girls Clubs has entered into a partnership with Burrell Behavioral Health to provide on-site services for youth and families served by the Club
USDA Reminds Producers of February 28 Deadline for Signups
This signup is available to farmers and private landowners who are either enrolling for the first time or re-enrolling for another 10- to 15-year term.
Lawsuit: Woman Called Black Co-workers 'Boy,' 'Aunt Jemima'
An African American medical technician at a Kansas City hospital alleges in a lawsuit that a white employee called him “boy"
Express Mart Owner Settles St. Louis Discrimination Lawsuit
A company that operates Express Mart convenience stores will pay $25,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a man who wasn't hired because of his medical conditions
Retired Catholic Priest Charged in Missouri With Sex Abuse
A retired Catholic priest has been charged in Missouri with multiple counts of child sexual abuse stemming from a statewide investigation of Catholic priest abuse.
Charges Filed in Shooting of Off-duty Officer in Ferguson
The man suspected of shooting an off-duty police officer at a Walmart store in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson faces charges including first-degree assault..
Review: Chains, Trade Group Members Win Pot Licenses in Missouri
Members of Missouri Medical Cannabis Trade Association are among groups that won licenses to grow, process or sell marijuana.
Three Charged After 11-year-old Gives Birth in Missouri Bathtub
Three relatives of an 11-year-old girl who gave birth in the bathtub of her suburban St. Louis home are facing criminal charges.
Warrensburg Main Street Launches ‘Snapshots of the Burg' Contest
Snapshots of the Burg is a joint effort between Warrensburg Main Street and UCM students to gather fresh, new images for use in promoting the community
Bridge Demolition Will Require Total Closure of Portions of I-70
MoDOT will have a complete closure of a portion of Interstate 70 in both directions in Kansas City, beginning at 10 p.m. on Feb. 21, until approximately 5 a.m. Feb. 24.