MGM Resorts Computers Back Up After 10 Days Down
Rival casino owner Caesars Entertainment also disclosed last week to federal regulators that it was hit by a cyberattack Sept. 7
Dispute With Disney Leaves Millions of Cable Subscribers In The Dark
The dispute between Disney and Charter Communications Inc. resulted in ESPN, ABC, FX, National Geographic and Disney-branded stations going abruptly dark on Thursday night
Man Pleads Guilty To Strangling & Dumping Body Of Missouri Woman
A 67-year-old man has pleaded guilty to strangling a woman in Missouri and leaving her bound body in the woods three decades ago
Missouri Lawmakers Send Parson $2.8B to Expand I-70
Missouri's Interstate 70 will be expanded to three lanes across the state as part of a roughly $50 billion state budget approved Friday by lawmakers.
Small-town Missouri Police Chief Charged In Overdose Death
The police chief in a small Missouri town has been charged with felony drug crimes after his girlfriend's brother was found dead from an apparent overdose in the police chief’s apartment.
Girl Pulled From Kansas City Amusement Park Pool Dies
A young girl who was pulled from a pool at a popular Kansas City water park last week has died.
Lawsuit Challenges Missouri Voting Aid Restrictions
The federal lawsuit contends Missouri's limits on voter assistance violate federal voting law and should be struck down.
Facebook Removes GOP Senate Candidate’s ‘RINO Hunting’ Video
Facebook on Monday removed a campaign video by Republican Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens that shows him brandishing a shotgun and declaring that he's hunting RINOs
Man Drowns at Pleasant Hill City Lake
Authorities say a Pleasant Hill man who fell from a boat on a city lake over the weekend drowned.
Firefighter Dies When Truck Overturns On Way To Fire
A 36-year-old volunteer firefighter in southwest Missouri died when the firetruck he was driving left the road and overturned.