Yust Convicted in Deaths of Two Women
A Cass County jury on Thursday found Kylr Yust guilty of voluntary manslaughter
Missouri Town Decides To Keep ‘Savages’ Mascot, Ditch Logo
Leaders of a nearly all-white northwest Missouri school district have narrowly voted to keep the high school’s “Savages” nickname
MU Marching Band Invited to Perform at Macy’s Parade
The University of Missouri’s marching band has been invited to perform in the 2022 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York.
Missouri Trooper Fatally Shoots Man After Lengthy Standoff
Authorities say a Missouri state trooper shot and killed a man after an hours-long standoff at an apartment
Missouri Senate Passes Bill Against Road-blocking Protesters
Missouri protesters who repeatedly block traffic without permission could face felony charges under a bill passed by state senators.
Missouri County Gun Ordinance OKs Arrest of Federal Agents
A northern Missouri county has approved an ordinance that would allow deputies to arrest federal agents for enforcing certain gun laws.
Parson: Teacher Vaccinations Can Begin March 15
Missouri teachers and child care providers will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations in mid-March.
Former Fulton Firefighter Arrested for Felony Stealing
Callaway County authorities say a former Fulton firefighter has been accused of stealing from the union.
Williams: No Plan to Move Teachers to Front of Vaccine Line
Missouri's health director says the state has no plans to move teachers higher on the list for COVID-19 vaccinations
Average Daily New Coronavirus Cases In US Dips below 100,000
Average daily new coronavirus cases in the United States have dipped below 100,000 in recent days for the first time in months.