Starbucks, Home Of The $4 Latte, Is Moving Into Poor Areas
Starbucks, the home of the $4 latte, is expanding a program to open coffee shops in poor neighborhoods.
Benjamin Renick Homicide Investigation Results In Two Arrests
The MSHP and Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrests of two people in connection with the 2017 murder of Benjamin “Ben” Renick,
Prairie State Parks Hosts Guided Bison Hike February 1
Join staff for a guided hike at Saturday, Feb. 1, to see what the prairie has to offer this time of year.
Bad Weather Forces Cancellation of Flood Recovery Meeting
Due to the forecast for inclement weather, the Flood Recovery Advisory Working Group meeting, scheduled for Friday, has been canceled.
Report: Staff Believed Inmate Who Died Had Headache Or Virus
Jailers and nurses at the St. Louis County Justice Center believed that a man suspected of shooting and wounding an officer had a bad headache or a virus
Kansas Company Closes Boonville Hospital With Short Notice
Pinnacle Regional Hospital announced Wednesday that its Boonville hospital would close by the end of the day.
Utah Man Gets Locked Inside 24 Hour Gym and Has Fun With It
A Utah man got locked inside of a 24-hour gym and decided to have some fun with it.
Man Sentenced For Fatal Shooting at Columbia Waffle House
A 31-year-old man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after a security guard fatally shot a man during a melee inside a Waffle House in Columbia.
TRIM Grant Calls For Tree Inventory on Sedalia Right-of-ways
The City of Sedalia has received a TRIM grant through the Missouri Department of Conservation for completion of a partial tree re-inventory along certain street right-of-ways
Pinnacle Regional Hospital in Boonville Closing Today
Pinnacle Regional Hospital in Boonville is closing today, Wednesday January 15, according to a release posted on the hospital's Facebook page this morning.