Stepson of Slain KKK Leader Sentenced to 59 Years in Prison
The stepson of a slain Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader has been sentenced to a total 59 years in prison for his role in the death.
Close to 90K Children Dropped from Missouri Medicaid Program
Close to 90,000 children and 23,000 adults have been dropped from Missouri’s Medicaid health insurance program in the past year.
14-Year-Old Boy Shot and Killed by Another Juvenile
Police are investigating the death of a 14-year-old boy who was shot during a gathering with other teens in the St. Louis area.
Man Drowns after Jumping into Lake to Help Children
Authorities say a man has drowned after jumping into a suburban Kansas City lake to help two children who were wearing life jackets but appeared to be struggling.
If Your Favorite Ragu Sauce Isn't On Store Shelves Here's Why...
Ragu has recalled some varieties of their pasta sauces because fragments of plastic may have contaminated the sauce.
Woman Admits Abandoning Arkansas Man’s Corpse in Missouri
A 50-year-old Neosho woman who pleaded guilty to abandoning the corpse of an Arkansas man was given a four-year suspended sentence.
Missouri Man Sentenced in Rape, Kidnapping of Kansas Deputy
A Missouri man has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for kidnapping and raping a Kansas sheriff’s deputy.
Senator Urges Federal Agencies to Wrap Up Duck Boat Probes
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri says everyone affected by last year’s duck boat tragedy on Table Rock Lake near Branson “deserves answers,” and he is urging federal agencies to wrap up their investigations.
Missouri Officials Announce Increase in College Scholarships
Missouri higher education officials say more college students are expected to receive merit-based state scholarships this year and students who qualify for a need-based scholarship will get more money.
New Missouri Program Offers Loans for Disaster Recovery
A new program will give Missouri small business owners and farmers hit by tornadoes, storms and flooding this year access to low-interest loans.
MoDot Says Prepare for Major Backups During Rocheport Bridge Work
MoDOT Project Manager Melissa Wilbers says "three to eight-hour backups are possible" when MoDOT begins a massive refurbishment of the I-70 Rocheport bridge.
A Year after Tragedy, Branson Debates Future of Duck Boats
One year after 17 people died when a boat sank on a Missouri lake near the tourist town of Branson, the question of whether the boats should return to the lake remains a topic of debate.
Milan Man Sentenced to 14 Years for Child Sexual Exploitation
A 24-year old man from Milan, MO was recently sentenced in federal court for transporting a 12-year-old victim across state lines for criminal sexual activity.