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Daylight reveals extent of Jefferson City tornado damage

Published May. 23 2019

As daylight began to emerge today, the first glimpses of the damage to Jefferson City from Wednesday night's tornado became...

Tornado cuts swath of destruction through Jefferson City

Published May. 23 2019

The path of severe destruction from Wednesday night's tornado in Jefferson City stretched from Christy Drive north to the Missouri...

Pay is biggest driver behind teachers quitting

Published May. 21 2019

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Low pay is the biggest reason that Missouri teachers are leaving the profession, according to a...

Prosecutors to seek death penalty in marijuana oil killing

Published May. 21 2019

Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against a Chicago man charged in the death of his marijuana oil dealing...

Lawmakers reflect on 100th General Assembly

Published May. 18 2019

Even the Democrats agreed, Gov. Mike Parson had a good legislative session.

Missouri 8-week abortion ban one step from going to governor

Published May. 17 2019

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — A wide-ranging Missouri bill banning abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy was just one step away...

Young Huntsville angler catches Missouri's first state-record yellow perch

Published May. 16 2019

Isaac Bohm, 13, of Huntsville, recently caught Missouri's first state-record yellow perch taken by alternative methods.

Stoddard County angler swipes state record for black buffalo

Published May. 16 2019

Joshua Lee, of Bernie, caught a state-record 76-pound black buffalo while bowfishing at Duck Creek Conservation Area on April 21.

Man guilty of stalking women who worked at massage parlors

Published May. 16 2019

KANSAS CITY (AP) — A 67-year-old man accused of stalking several women who worked at massage parlors has been found...

Missouri system approved 5 percent increase in tuition

Published May. 16 2019

COLUMBIA (AP) — Undergraduate students at all University of Missouri System schools will face a 5 percent increase in tuition...

PI sentenced on gun count, avoids murder charge in shooting

Published May. 16 2019

COLUMBIA (AP) — A Missouri private investigator who told authorities he fatally a shot a man two years ago in...

Lawmakers vote to make hearing aids more accessible

Published May. 16 2019

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Hearing aids would be easier to get for poor Missourians under a bill awaiting the governor's...

Missouri senators pass strict abortion bill

Published May. 15 2019

Missouri's Republican-led Senate passed a bill to ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy.

House sends Bernskoetter's CAFO bill to governor

Published May. 14 2019

Missouri lawmakers have passed a bill to block local officials from regulating industrial farms more strictly than the state does.

Missouri passes parental rights in do-not-resuscitate cases

Published May. 14 2019

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri lawmakers have passed a bill that could give parents and guardians greater rights in end-of-life...

Missouri House tries again at $50M GM tax incentive

Published May. 14 2019

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri lawmakers are taking another shot at an incentives package offering General Motors up to $50...

Missouri Legislature heads into final, chaotic week

Published May. 14 2019

KANSAS CITY (AP) — Missouri lawmakers return to the Statehouse Monday facing a potentially chaotic final week.

Missouri State OKs $2.2 million Ozarks Education Center

Published May. 12 2019

misOfficials at Missouri State University have approved a plan for a $2.2 million Ozarks Education Center that will be constructed...

Missouri child welfare agency head indicted in assault case

Published May. 9 2019

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The head of a suburban St. Louis child welfare agency and alternative school for children with...

Midwest downpours prompt more evacuations, flash flood fears

Published May. 9 2019

Rain swamping the nation's midsection forced people from their homes in Kansas, stranded dozens of Texas children at school overnight...

Another levee in danger as seemingly endless flood continues

Published May. 8 2019

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Residents of a small Missouri town were busy Tuesday sandbagging yet another levee being threatened by...

Missouri auditor wades into fight over governor's records

Published May. 8 2019

Missouri's Democratic auditor on Tuesday asked the state attorney general to weigh in on whether Republican Gov. Mike Parson broke...