ST. LOUIS (AP) - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says the state and St. Louis-area economic development groups and lenders are committing up to $1 million in support to businesses affected by racial unrest that followed the shooting death of an unarmed black 18-year-old by a white police officer.
The Milan Lady Wildcats are 0-1, after a Monday night loss to Trenton, and scheduled to travel to Gallatin tonight (Thursday night), while the Milan football team is coming off of a 42-7 win at Princeton.
The Kansas City Royals remind fans that the Sunday, August 31 game against the Cleveland Indians at Kauffman Stadium will begin at 7:07 p.m. (CDT) to accommodate ESPNâ€™s Sunday Night Baseball broadcast.
(KOMU) - A Carrollton woman was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in connection with a $185,000 bank fraud scheme, according to U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri Tammy Dickenson.
(JoplinGlobe.com) - A 24-year-old Carl Junction woman has been arrested by Newton County deputies after she allegedly posted photos to Facebook of herself posing with a dead body, Newton County Sheriff Ken Copeland said today.
The most recent announced contributors to the â€śEquipped for the Futureâ€ť campaign being conducted by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation believe that they must do their part to help raise each and every child and this community.
A date has been set for Grundy county to handle the state-mandated recount of votes cast on Amendment One â€“ the â€śright to farmâ€ť issue -- that narrowly passed statewide in the August 5th election.
Hosting the nearby rival Trenton Bulldogs on Wednesday afternoon, the Chillicothe Lady Hornet tennis and golf teams claimed victories. The tennis win was head-to-head against THS, while Putnam County and Trenton played Chillicothe in a golf triangular.
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - A prominent criminal defense attorney raised concerns about a Missouri ballot measure that would allow allegations of past wrongdoing to be used against people facing child sex abuse charges.
COLUMBIA, MO. (AP) - Parents say 72 Blue Ridge Elementary school fourth graders were left out in the heat during their 20 minute recess last week as a punishment for being too disrputive during the lunch hour.