Five Dead, Including Officer & Gunman, in Springfield Shooting
Police say five people including an officer and a gunman are dead after a shooting at a gas station in Springfield.
Missouri Lawmakers Say Avoid Capitol Over Virus Concerns
Missouri lawmakers are urging citizens to avoid the Capitol over concerns about the novel coronavirus.
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.
Parson’s Stance On Gambling At Odds With Patrol
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says he's not convinced that unregulated and untaxed video gambling terminals in the state are illegal,
Woman Injured Getting Off Moving Tram at Silver Dollar City
Authorities say a Mississippi woman was airlifted to a hospital after she was injured while trying to get off a moving tram at Silver Dollar City
Illinois Time Change Plan Cause May Confusion At Missouri Border
A proposal in Illinois to make daylight saving time permanent has some residents and business owners worried about the confusion it could cause at the Missouri border.
Teen Shot, Killed in Grandview in Apparent Fight Over Shoes
Police say a man was shot and killed in an apparent fight over shoes in suburban Kansas City.
Couple Donating 3,000 Socks For Mid-Missouri Homeless
A mid-Missouri couple is donating more than 3,000 pairs of socks to homeless people as part of a program to honor their late son.
Missouri Lottery Revenue Down With Lack Of Big Jackpots
Missouri Lottery revenue has been down in the first five months of the budget year as the best-known games have failed to produce huge jackpots
SFCC to Host Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show
State Fair Community College’s 16th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show will take place December 7 on the Sedalia campus.