In November 2017, a stranger walked into a church in Sutherland, Texas with a rifle and other guns, killing 26 members and wounding 20 more. Ten years earlier, a similar horror visited Southwest Missouri.
Some of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ appointees appear in danger of being banned for life from serving on a commission that gives out tax credits for low-income housing projects.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is drawing attention after a report that he told a gathering of pastors last month that sex trafficking is linked to the sexual revolution of the 1960s.
A $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan by President Donald Trump could place greater pressure on state and local governments to come up with more of their own money for big projects.
A Lee’s Summit man already jailed in his girlfriend’s death is facing charges after another jail inmate was killed.
Staff at Columbian Elementary School have been working behind the scenes on a program to address emotional, family and mental challenges that may be slowing their students down in the classroom.
The ACLU of Oklahoma wants a judge to review the case of a woman sentenced to 30 years in prison for failing to stop her boyfriend from abusing their children.