(yahoo.com) - A dog that went missing in New York more than two years ago turned up alive and well this week â€” in Florida.
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - Some former Missouri officials are backing a proposal to require high school students to pass the same test used for immigrants applying for citizenship.
(WMC-TV) - A Mid-South mother has been banned from Facebook for the photos she posted of her newborn son.
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) - Deputies said when a 12-year-old boy became sick and asked the Spartanburg School District Five bus driver to stop, the driver left the boy on the side of the road.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- San Francisco drag queens are sparring with Facebook over its policy requiring people to use their real names, rather than drag names such as Pollo Del Mar and Heklina.
Homecoming for Princeton High School is the week of October 6th through 10th.
The week of activities commemorating the 70th Homecoming of Trenton High School will be September 22th through September 26th.
CHARLESTON, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for threatening to bomb Charleston schools to distract police while he robbed an area bank.
(RNN) - Rihanna and CBS are officially breaking their partnership following blowback caused by the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal.
Donna Herdrich and Kelly Bertrand stopped by the studios to talk with us about Calamity Jane Days in Princeton. Lots of activities and events are planned.
KIRKSVILLE (AP) - A northeast Missouri man was charged with animal abuse on accusations of stabbing a pit bull to death.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. (AP) - Cities and towns short on extra cash could get state help to improve street safety and other infrastructure issues.
(SEVEN NETWORK/CNN) - A tiny patient has taken micro-surgery to a new extreme, an Australian couple spent hundreds of dollars to save their pet goldfish named George.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- When Trump Plaza opened on May 14, 1984, Donald Trump called it the finest building in Atlantic City, and possibly the nation.
A Stella, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court yesterday for transporting a minor across state lines for illicit sex.
(heartlandconnection.com) - LANCASTER, MO. -- A Schuyler County man is now recovering from injuries after he was bashed in the face with a shovel Wednesday morning.
(columbiatribune.com) - The Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club has endorsed a plan for a high-voltage wind energy transmission line, saying the Grain Belt Express Clean Line project would help move the state away from its reliance on coal.
(standard-democrat.com) - When a Dexter man finally gets out of the hospital, he is likely to face yet another problem: drug charges.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A 14-year-old boy is recovering in the hospital after he was hit by a car Wednesday morning on his way to school.
A Kansas City, Mo., man was charged in federal court today with throwing Molotov cocktails at the local congressional office of U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II.
Four south Missouri residents were sentenced in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.
Chillicothe Police officers responded about 10:30 yesterday morning to a report of a domestic dispute that included the discharge of a firearm.
NEOSHO, Mo. (AP) - The mayor and treasurer of a tiny southwest Missouri town is accused of writing checks on a village account for more than $9,000 worth of personal expenses.
MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (AP) - Funeral services are Wednesday for a 12-year-old suburban St. Louis boy who died in an accidental hanging in his back yard.
Elizabeth Gibson, Dr. Jennifer Mercer and Tammy Spencer were recent guests on Open Line. The topic? Falls and the Falls Risk Coalition.
JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri's Education Commissioner, Chris Nicastro, will resign at the end of the year.
ATLANTA, GA (WALB) - SURGE, the sugar and caffeine-packed soda made made by Coca-Cola is back.
SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) - Most people these days lead very busy lives. That's one reason owners of a local funeral home decided to make saying your final goodbyes a little more convenient.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- Nearly gone are the gang days of the 1980s and '90s, when the Bloods wore head-to-toe red, the Crips wore blue and Latin Kings wore black and gold.
An investigation that began with a tip to the sheriff has led to an arrest.
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