By Steve Bell
Kansas City, MO –
By Maria Carter
Kansas City, MO – Several tax issues are on the November ballot in Missouri.
Hundreds of people from across Missouri are in Jefferson City for a two-day summit on expanding broadband internet access.
The Leavenworth County Attorney says he will not file charges against police who were involved in a fight with a man who later died.
A registered family day care home in Paola where two infants have died in the past six months has been closed by state regulators.
Kansas City, MO – Prosecutors confirm Kansas congressional candidate Kevin Yoder pleaded guilty last year to refusing to take a breath alcohol test.
The Kansas Republican Party is planning a 19-city bus tour this week to promote its statewide and congressional candidates.
Kansas City, MO – Missouri residents now can receive an automatic email if a registered sex offender moves into their neighborhood.
In Kansas City this weekend, women who are both homeless and US military veterans got some help dealing with problems specific to women who've served in the armed services.
A rapid fall harvest and large amount of grain still in the bins from last year are causing Kansas elevators to store millions of bushels of grain on the ground.
Kansas City, MO – A survey of rural bankers in Missouri and nine more Midwest and Plains states indicates growing optimism about the regional economy despite mixed financial signals.
Two candidates for Kansas attorney general continue to spar over a controversial Arizona immigration law.
The medical condition is improving for a Collins man swept more than a mile through the Raymore sewer system where he'd been working.
Kansas City, MO – Kansas City mayor Mark Funkhouser fomally kicked off his campaign for reelection yesterday, with his wife, Gloria, serving again as his campaign manager.
The Missouri Gaming Commission will hear pitches from developers vying for the state's lone available casino license.
The campaigns for Congress in Kansas's two most competitive races are getting expensive.
Kansas City, MO – The National Association of Insurance Commissioners will stay on the Missouri side of the state line.
A committee tasked with coming up with ways to combat human trafficking in Missouri met.
A Kansas doctor and his wife whose clinic has been linked to dozens of overdose deaths are set to be sentenced today for unlawfully prescribing drugs, health care fraud and money laundering.