RADAR: Track Wednesday's wet weather in the Ozarks
Track the latest stormy weather on the KY3 Interactive Radar. ...
Missouri ballots will be reprinted following court ruling
Missouri election officials are scrambling to reprint ballots and reprogram computers after an appeals court ordered a change to an early-voting proposal that will appear on the November ballot.
County clerks said Wednesday that the change could cost the state thousands of additional dollars and could delay the availability of absentee ballots.
An appeals court panel ruled earlier this week that the ballot wording approved by lawmakers ...
Mizzou suspends 2 basketball players following arrests
The University of Missouri men's basketball coach suspended freshmen Jakeenan Gant and D'Angelo Allen following their arrests over the weekend on suspicion of third-degree assault after three men were jumped near campus.
Coach Kim Anderson suspended both players from all team activities.
"We have high standards for the conduct of our student-athletes and expect much more from them as members of our program," Anderson said Tuesday night.
Photos: 2 guys have fun in city park turned into lake
Jennifer Adams sent these photos of two guys who were paddling and swimming on Wednesday at Kirkwood Park just off Seminole Street between Glenstone and Lone Pine avenues, just east of the Brentwood branch library. ...
Group wants all H.S. seniors in Missouri to pass citizenship test
Some former Missouri officials back a proposal to require high school students to pass a test used for immigrants who apply for citizenship. Former Gov. Bob Holden and other political leaders said Wednesday that the test is necessary to educate students on democracy.
A study conducted by a conservative Oklahoma research organization found less than 3 percent of high school students in that state could pass ...
Fraud by Prime, Inc., salesman brings prison, order for restitution
A judge says a man from Battlefield has to repay nearly a million dollars that he stole from his employer and its clients -- after he serves time in prison. U.S. Chief District Judge Greg Kays sentenced Travis Honaker, 36, on Tuesday to three years and one month in federal prison without parole. The judge also ordered Honaker to pay $945,200 in restitution.
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