Monday Mar 3
6 children, 1 adult injured in MO icy crash
PARMA, MO - One adult and several children were injured Sunday as a result of an icy crash.
Bills could impact conservation department
Sportsmen and conservation groups are raising concerns about legislation that could change the way the Missouri Department of Conservation operates.
Southern Bank parent company to acquire primary owner of Peoples Bank of the Ozarks
The Poplar Bluff-based parent company of Southern Bank announced Tuesday that it has reached an agreement to acquire the primary owner of Peoples Bank of the Ozarks in an effort to expand its presence in the Springfield area.
Mo. House endorses measure on budget-cut powers
Lawmakers could block spending cuts enacted by the Missouri governor under a proposed constitutional amendment that cleared the House on Thursday.
Re: Black Teen, Set On Fire By White Classmates, Is Charged With Assault
A black Missouri teen, who last month was doused with gasoline and set afire by two white schoolmates, now faces charges himself as he recovers from burns over most of his body.
Missouri marijuana legalization advocates decide to wait for 2016
A survey of likely voters this November, commissioned by Show-Me Cannabis, found that 45 percent of participants indicated their support for legalization and 51 percent opposed the proposal.