Missouri S&T Robots to Play Role in Bridge Upgrade Effort
Fixing Missouri’s deteriorating bridges is a high priority for Gov. Mike Parson, and the state is getting help from an unexpected source — robots.
Track Repairs to Close Liberty Land Flyer for Spring and Summer
The Liberty Land Flyer train at Liberty Park will be closed this spring and summer to replace & repair the tracks.
Kansas Man Wins $50 Million in Missouri Lottery Game
A gas stop in Missouri paid off handsomely for a Shawnee, Kansas, man, to the tune of $50 million.
Head-on Collision Shuts Down Highway 65 for Two Hours
A southbound Ford minivan crossed the center line into the path of a northbound FedEx semi-truck. The two vehicles hit head-on in the northbound lane.
New Charges for Man Accused in Planned Parenthood Arson
A Missouri man accused of trying to burn down a Planned Parenthood clinic in February now faces new charges.
1 Dead, 2 Injured in Wreck on I-29 in Platte County
One woman is dead and two men injured after a vehicle wreck that occurred Thursday evening in Platte County.
Inspectors: Hospital Makes Fixes after Botched Colonoscopy
A Kansas City area hospital has passed a follow-up inspection after Missouri inspectors found that its staff failed to properly respond to an 83-year-old woman who died one day after undergoing a routine colonoscopy.
Missouri Governor Declares State of Emergency Amid Flooding
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson declared a state of emergency Thursday following flooding that left several people stranded and continues to cause damage and strain levees in several Midwest states.
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.
Sedalia Police Department Arrest Reports for March 21, 2019
Around 7:30 Tuesday morning (March 19), Sedalia Police investigated a car parked in an alley and blocking traffic in the 1900 block of S. Prospect Ave.
Trespassing Complaint at Smith-Cotton High School Leads to Arrest
A subject was arrested yesterday afternoon after the school resource officer at Smith-Cotton High School received a trespassing complaint.
Most Drivers Say 0 Stars to Rideshare. So, Who’s in the Backseat?
You’re traveling home after a night out. Do you take an Uber, Lyft, or taxi? For most American drivers, the go-to answer is “none of the above.”
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.