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.
U.S. Attorney In Western Missouri Submits Resignation
U.S. Attorney Tim Garrison, of the Western District of Missouri, says he will resign, effective Feb. 28.
Parents Plead Not Guilty to Charges in Missouri Girl’s Death
The parents of a 4-year-old Missouri girl allegedly killed by neighbors to remove a “demon” have pleaded not guilty to charges in the case.
Missouri Woman Charged In Deadly Shotgun Scuffle Shooting
A Missouri woman has been charged in the shooting death of a man during a reported scuffle over a 12-guage shotgun.
Sheriff: Benton County Girl’s Killers Sought To Remove ‘Demon’
Deputies were called Sunday to a rural home near Cole Camp and found the 4-year-old wrapped in a blanket.
Woman Killed In Gun Battle Crossfire On Missouri I-170
A woman has died after being caught in the crossfire of a rolling gun battle between people in two other cars on Interstate 170 in suburban St. Louis.
Missouri Health Director Hopeful Vaccine Is Coming Soon
Randall Williams said he expects Pfizer Inc.’s COVID-19 vaccine to be ready for limited distribution by mid-December.
Sixty Charged in $300M Phone Scam Targeting Elderly Victims
60 people are charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people
Police Open Homicide Case In Death Of Man Found In Street
KC police investigators have opened a homicide investigation after finding a man in the street covered in blood.