PHOTOS: Farewell to a fallen firefighter in Alton
Alton's fire and police chief, Eddie Johnson, was remembered in funeral services Friday. He died in a crash while driving to a house fire. (Photos by Eric Neilsen) ...
Student brings gun to northwest Missouri middle school
A middle school student in northwest Missouri was taken into custody after pulling out an unloaded gun in the lunchroom.
The incident happened around 11:30 a.m. Friday at Lathrop Middle School.
Superintendent Chris Fine says many other students were present when the boy waved the gun at the end of the lunch period.
The school's principal heard about the gun and safely took it from the student, then ...
United flight makes emergency landing at Springfield Airport
A United Express flight bound for Denver had to make an emergency landing at Springfield-Branson National Airport Friday afternoon.
Airport spokesman Kent Boyd says the craft left from Birmingham, Ala. and began experiencing cabin depressurization. Air traffic controllers diverted the flight to Springfield where it landed without incident just before 5:30 p.m.
Boyd says passengers and crew were treated on the scene for symptoms of depressurization, including ...
Missouri ranks 44th in the nation for energy efficiency
A new report shows Missourians are not making the grade when it comes to going green.
The Show Me State is ranked 44th in the entire county.
It's a nearly 200 page report card from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
Missouri got a 3 out of 20 when it comes to public benefits, programs and policies.
Missouri also got red marks for not having statewide green building ...
Court documents show items seized from teacher's home
One week after sexual abuse charges were filed, we are learning more about the investigation of a Marshfield junior high teacher.
46 year old Johnna Feazell faces accusations of sexually abusing a 16 year old girl, tampering with the victim by calling and texting her when ordered to have no contact, and tampering with evidence.
New court documents say when a detective interviewed Feazell at Marshfield Junior ...
Springfield bar owner seeking police help after online dispute
The owner of a bar that requires its female employees to wear shorts and bikini tops asked Springfield police for help after he says he received many harassing phone calls and threats to burn down his business.
Police say they are unlikely to help because Chris Dunn, the owner of Squeeze Play Sports Bar, has no record of the calls.
The business opened last month in downtown ...