Black Carp Invade Mississippi River
Scientists are saying the discovery of two young black carp in a ditch connected to the Mississippi River is a troubling sign for native species in the river. Adult black carp have been caught in the Mississippi River before. But the Missouri Department of Conservation says the discovery near Cape Girardeau in November is the first documented evidence in North America that the invasive species is
Still No Arrests In Wires Homicide
Police in Quincy have still made no arrests in the case of the November shooting death of Carlous Wires 48 of Quincy. Wires was shot and killed in his home on North Fourth street in Quincy over around the Thanksgiving Holiday, according to the Quincy Herald-Whig...
Mizzou Libraries Cutting Academic Subscriptions
University of Missouri libraries will offer fewer subscriptions to academic journals and databases in an effort to address a budget reduction.
Trial Set For Missouri Attorney
An October trial date is set for a central Missouri prosecutor accused of backing a truck into a restaurant, injuring four people.
Drunk Driver Avoids Prison Sentence
A Springfield man who pleaded guilty in October to involuntary manslaughter in a fatal drunken-driving crash will not go to prison.
Missouri Candidates Defending Military Experiences
Two important Missouri government candidates are having to defend their military backgrounds.
St. Louis Transit to (Hopefully) Benefit from Challenge
St. Louis wants to win a $50 million challenge aimed at improving transportation.
Fatal Car Crash in Lewis County
The Missouri State Highway Patrol and Lewis County Police responded to a fatal one-vehicle crash on US 61 1.5 miles South of Canton. The incident occurred early this morning (Feb. 14) when the vehicle of David L. Uppinghouse 65 of Quincy ran off the right side of the roadway, struck a ditch and an embankment...
Charles County Man in Court on Heroin Charges
A St. Charles County man has admitted in federal court that he sold the heroin that killed a 17-year-old girl.
Jeff City Man on Probation After 2014 Assault
A Jefferson City man has been placed on unsupervised probation after he pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a 2014 lockdown at central Missouri campus. Aaron Burns was put on two years of unsupervised probation after he pleaded guilty in Cole County to misdemeanor third-degree assault...