News tries to be hard-hitting, but sometimes the only thing it hits hard is the funny bone.
This collection of bloopers (some of which is NSFW) from February will remind you that working in TV news isn't always so glamorous, but watching it can be a real delight...
Over 100,00 less deer were killed in 2013 firearm seasons compared to 2012. In 2012, a grand total of 311,304 were killed in Missouri. In 2013, the total plummeted to just 200,279. These totals are a combination of all the Missouri firearm season.
Dan Le Batard, an ESPN personality and sports writer for the Miami Herald, received a severe penalty from the Baseball Writers Association of America, or BBWAA, after giving his Baseball Hall of Fame voting ballot to Deadspin this year.
The Sedalia Person of the Year poll has everyone buzzing about front-runner Tuffy Gessling again, and some of talk radio's biggest names have chimed in on the controversy.
Opinions vary on whether or not "Tuffy the Clown" deserves the award, but radio talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity seemed very supportive of the idea when they spoke about the contest on their nationally sy
A.J. Clemente's first day at his new job couldn't have gone any worse. The new weekend news anchor for KFYR, the NBC affiliate in Bismarck, North Dakota, managed to kick off his on-air career with a live mic gaffe consisting of two of the seven dirty words which George Carlin famously explained you can never say on television.