Farrells Honored for Commitment to Higher Education
John and Lynn Farrell, owners of John Farrell Real Estate Company, were presented the Award of Distinction by the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) last week in Kansas City.
Missouri AG Warns of Uptick in Medical Brace Fraud Robocalls
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is warning Missourians about a recent increase in robocalls purporting to be a Medicare representative.
Warrensburg Woman Injured After Driver Tries to Avoid Deer
A Warrensburg woman was moderately injured in a Miller County wreck that occurred Thursday night.
New 'Show-Me Jury' System Utilizes Online Capabilities
Prospective jurors in Pettis County will soon have the option to communicate with the court by text or e-mail,
FDA Warns Dollar Tree About Potentially Unsafe Drugs
the FDA has issued a warning letter to Dollar Tree for receiving over-the-counter drugs produced by foreign manufacturers which violate federal law.
C.A.T.S Rescues Hurt Cat Near State Fair Blvd. Area
C.A.T.S Sedalia captured a cat they were concerned about around State Fair Boulevard and are getting it the medical help it needs.
Former Missouri Officer Sentenced for Bank Robbery
A former Lee’s Summit police officer has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison without parole for robbing a bank.
NTSB: Coast Guard Ignored Duck Boat Safety Proposals
Federal transportation safety investigators criticized the U.S. Coast Guard Wednesday for ignoring suggestions over nearly two decades to improve tourist duck boats, changes they say might have prevented last year’s Missouri accident that killed 17 people.
$10.5 Million in Improvements Planned at Forest Park
Forest Park in St. Louis is getting another infusion of money, this time for improvements to three lakes and the area around those waterways.
Former Greenwood Police Chief Indicted for Violating Civil Rights
The former police chief of Greenwood, MO, was recently indicted by a federal grand jury for violating the civil rights of a person he assaulted while handcuffed and restrained.
Authorities Seek Missouri Woman after Body Found in Her Freezer
Authorities are searching for a woman after finding the corpse of a man in a freezer inside her southwest Missouri home.
Signature Holiday Events and Attractions to See in Missouri
Communities across Missouri are ready to celebrate the holiday season with a variety of events and attractions. If you are traveling throughout the state, here are a some of the events to check out; courtesy of the Missouri Department of Economic Development.