Camden, Ark. teen arrested in fatal shooting of store manager
Police in Camden have arrested a teenager in the shooting death of a store manager.
Police Chief Boyd Woody says 19-year-old Austin Hill of Camden was arrested about 2:30 p.m. Sunday on charges of capital murder and aggravated robbery.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1v979tU ) that Hill is accused of killing 63-year-old Richard Anders, the manager of Mac's Fresh Market, in the store's parking lot on Friday.
Missouri farmers eager to export to Cuba
Missouri farmers are hopeful as the U.S. and Cuba begin to normalize relations for the first time in half a century.
The Southeast Missourian reports that currently, exports to Cuba are limited by prohibitions requiring it to pay cash for the shipments it receives. If diplomatic ties are secured, U.S. exports such as rice, soybeans, poultry, beef and pork will be popular items to ship to ...
SLIDESHOW: Hour-by-hour look at Monday's wet weather in the Ozarks
Grab your umbrella. Check out the KY3 High-Resolution Radar's hour-by-hour look at where to expect the rain. ...
Video: Yellville, Ark. couple opens home doors to soldiers
A Yellville, Arkansas couple has opened their doors to soldiers returning home from combat.
Photojournalist Thomas Leonard gives us insight into the Valhalla Project. ...
Trial set for man accused of raping woman after escaping Columbia jail
A man who was caught inside a suburban Cleveland nursing home after a escaping from a Missouri jail is preparing to stand trial.
Twenty-five-year-old Brian Adkison is scheduled to be tried Jan. 7 in Boone County on charges of forcing his way into a woman's home and raping her. His attorney couldn't immediately be reached by The Associated Press for comment Sunday.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports ...
Missouri's minimum wage will increase on Jan. 1
Missouri's low-wage workers are getting a small pay hike in 2015.
Starting New Year's Day, the state's minimum wage will increase by 15 cents to $7.65 an hour. The minimum wage for tipped workers in Missouri will rise by 9 cents to $3.83 per hour.
A law passed by voters in 2006 provides an annual cost-of-living adjustment to Missouri's minimum wage.
The National Employment Law Project said in ...