Fitzgibbon Receives Re-Designation as Baby Friendly Hospital
Fitzgibbon Hospital has received prestigious international recognition as a Re-Designated Baby-Friendly birth facility.
UCM Marching Mules Receive Anonymous $50K for New Uniforms
The UCM Marching Mules band recently received an anonymous $50,000 donation towards the purchase of new band uniforms.
2 Hippos to Return to Colorado after Missouri ‘Vacation’
Two hippo sisters are getting ready to return to their newly remodeled home in Colorado after spending nearly two years at a Missouri zoo.
KC Family Outraged after 17-Year-Old Killed, 7-Year-Old Wounded
Relatives are outraged after a 17-year-old was killed outside a Kansas City home and his 7-year-old sister shot six times as she played nearby.
Missouri Man Charged with Threatening Mass Shooting
Jefferson City police say a 26-year-old man has been charged with making a terrorist threat.
Siren Malfunction Overnight Scares Johnson County Residents
The Johnson County outdoor warning sirens self activated about 12:30AM CDT this morning, and understandably, it freaked some residents out including my wife.
Court Rules for Missouri Trooper in Iowa Man’s Drowning
A Missouri appeals court has ruled that the former superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol overstepped her authority when she fired a trooper who was driving a boat when a handcuffed Iowa man fell out and drowned.
Missouri Police: Topless Doll Mistaken for Unconscious Woman
Missouri authorities say a shirtless man reportedly dragging a topless, unconscious woman through downtown Kansas City was actually lugging around a life-size doll.
Missouri Ag Donates $175,000 to Combat Childhood Hunger
For the third year in a row, agriculture groups in Missouri partnered to raise awareness of childhood food insecurity and raise support for food banks across the state through the Missouri Farmers Care (MFC) Drive to Feed Kids.
Kansas City Southern Holiday Train Coming to Higginsville & K.C.
You can see KCS' Holiday Express Train in Higginsville and Kansas City this December.
Missouri Tennis Instructor Sued Over Sex Abuse Allegations
A former suburban St. Louis tennis instructor has been sued again over allegations that he sexually abused a student.