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.
Missouri Governor Creates Taskforce on Health Care Waiver
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has signed an executive order establishing a taskforce on a potential Affordable Care Act waiver.
19-Year-Old Charged in Deadly Shooting in St. Joseph
A 19-year-old has been charged with shooting and killing another man in St. Joseph.
SFCC to Receive U.S. Department of Labor Grant Funds
State Fair Community College is set to receive $1.2 million over four years from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to deliver innovative pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship training programs in its service region.
Chase Bank Making It Harder For Credit Card Holders To Sue Them
If you are a credit card customer of JP Morgan Chase Bank, the bank is trying to make it harder for you to take them to court.
Court Upholds Death Sentence for Man Who Killed 10-Year-Old
The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for a man who kidnapped, raped and killed a 10-year-old girl in Springfield.
Man Passes Out after Breaking into Bank, Officer Says
Authorities say an apparently drunken man fell asleep for nearly three hours inside a Missouri bank after breaking a window to get inside.
73 Apply for 24 Licenses to Sell Medical Pot in Kansas City
Most people who have applied to sell medical marijuana in the Kansas City area won’t be granted licenses this year.
Missouri Supreme Court Overturns Man’s Stabbing Convictions
The Missouri Supreme Court has overturned a first-degree assault conviction against a man allegedly involved in a deadly stabbing at a bar.
Authorities: 2 Men Escape Jail, Take Car, Then Crash
Two federal inmates are being treated for injuries after escaping from a Missouri jail, carjacking a vehicle and leading police on a chase before crashing.
Pettis County Health Center Urges Caution in High Temps
The predicted high heat and humidity for the coming week can have a serious impact on the health of residents and visitors to Pettis County.
Patrol: 2 Die When Vehicle Fleeing Police Overturns
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says two people died when the vehicle they were in crashed while they were fleeing from police.
Missouri Works to Settle Lawsuit on Medicine for Foster Kids
A federal judge on Monday gave preliminary approval to a settlement agreement for a lawsuit alleging that Missouri overmedicated children in foster care with psychotropic drugs.