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Court records say a Kansas City-area man who’s charged with killing his hospitalized wife told police he couldn’t take care of her or afford her medical bills. Ronnie Wiggs made his first … more
A Pottersville man drowned after his vehicle was swept off of the Warren Bridge in flood waters, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
A Missouri panel found that fentanyl deaths among Missouri babies, toddlers and teens spiked as child welfare officials struggled to adequately investigate the cases. Forty-three youth died — 20 of … more
Forecasters say millions of people in the central United States could see powerful storms Monday including long-track tornadoes, hurricane-force winds and baseball-sized hail. The National Weather … more
Arkansas is set to replace the statues of two obscure figures from its history that have represented the state at the U.S. Capitol with contemporary figures. A statue depicting civil rights leader … more
MLB Yankees 5 Tigers 2, 8 (COPY:W0338) <<CAT:Sports-Baseball>> MLB Yankees 5 Tigers 2, 8 apa371956-Actuality--NEW YORK-(Juan Soto, Yankees outfielder)-“in the … more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Missouri stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Missouri and the rest of the world, visit … more
Advocates have turned in more than twice the needed number of signatures to put a proposal to legalize abortion on the Missouri ballot. The campaign turned in more than 380,000 voter signatures on … more
Arkansas lawmakers have given final approval to legislation outlining the state's $6.3 billion budget for the coming year. The House and Senate on Thursday approved identical versions of the … more
A man charged with killing a St. Louis police officer in 2020 has been found guilty of murder. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that a jury convicted 46-year-old Thomas Kinworthy of murder and … more
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says her state won't comply with a federal regulation that seeks to protect the rights of transgender students in the nation's schools. Sanders on Thursday signed … more
Headliners announced for this year’s Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival are CJ Newsom’s Classic Country from Branson with Terry Wayne Sanders, performing at 8 p.m. June 7, and Big Smith of Springfield, set to play at 8 p.m. June 8. Both performances will be held in the West Plains Civic Center theater.  more
The Missouri FFA Association awarded the West Plains FFA Chapter a Gold Emblem and a Top Chapter Award once again during the 96th annual state convention held April 17 through 19 in Columbia. West Plains placed 16th out of 362 chapters. Only 10% of state chapters receive a top chapter designation annually, officials pointed out. more
A dayslong filibuster in the Missouri Senate has ended. Senators gave initial approval in a voice vote Thursday to a $4 billion Medicaid program that Freedom Caucus members had been holding hostage. … more
Upgrades leading to better efficiency and accuracy of 911 services will soon be happening in Howell County and the surrounding area, thanks to grant funding appropriated through the American Rescue Plan Act and approved by the Missouri General Assembly and Gov. Michael Parson, supporting improvement projects in 65 counties in all. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — The Mtn. View-Birch Tree School Board recently celebrated the official opening of a new facility donated by Simmons Bank in Mtn. View, including administrative offices and furnishings and a 1,200 square foot storage building, located on Elm Street between Simmons Bank and Mtn. View Elementary School. more
Arkansas lawmakers have approved new restrictions on cryptocurrency mining operations in the wake of a 2023 law that prompted backlash from some communities. The majority-Republican House on … more
Missouri voters have gotten a step closer to getting to decide whether to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. The group behind the effort, Missouri Jobs with Justice, said Wednesday that … more
Twenty-six Republican attorneys general are suing the Biden administration over its new rule requiring firearm dealers to run background checks at gun shows and other places outside brick-and-mortar … more
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