(stltoday) - About 40 demonstrators armed with pistols and rifles â€” and a 19-month-old toddler with a toy gun â€” took to the streets of downtown St. Louis on Saturday afternoon to assert their right to carry guns openly in public.
A Bogard resident received serious injuries when the car she was driving traveled off Highway 65 at Carrollton, went down an embankment, became airborne over a drainage ditch, hit the ground, and came to rest in the water-filled ditch.
(semissourian) - Farmers who grow corn and soybeans are experiencing a much different supply-and-demand scenario this harvest season than in years past -- with prices dipping -- at least in the short term.
The Trenton City Council's Economic Development Committee is asking the full City Council to consider selling about 14 acres of land to a Lee's Summit Company for the development of a proposed solar farm.
OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - Oklahoma authorities have formally identified six people whose bodies were found in a western Oklahoma lake in 2013, bringing a resolution to missing persons mysteries that spanned decades, a spokeswoman for the state medical examiner said Thursday.
(yahoo) - I follow a couple of my teenage cousins on Instagram. Sometimes, in between the likes and the proclamations of BFFAEAE (thatâ€™s best friends forever and ever and ever, for those not fluent in teen speak), will be a comment like â€śyouâ€™re such a slut, :)!â€ť Yes, â€śslutâ€ť and a smiley face, in the same sentence.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - A man was taken to a local hospital late Wednesday night after being hit by a train near Cape Girardeau, according to Battalion Chief Fred Vincel with the Cape Girardeau Fire Department.
Governor Jay Nixon yesterday requested a federal disaster declaration for 20 northern Missouri counties because of damage to roads and other infrastructure from flooding and straight line winds September 9th and 10th.
The Grundy County Commission is seeking bids for snow removal on sidewalks and entrances at the courthouse and the former jail, plus the sidewalks, entrances, and parking spaces at the Law Enforcement Center for the upcoming Winter season.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The World Series means big business in Kansas City, but one local company was surprised when agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation knocked on their door over their Royals merchandise.