Congress has jumped one hurdle to avoid another federal government shutdown. Alisa Nelson reports.
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A Carbondale man has been sentenced to 4 ½ years behind bars after pleading guilty to Aggravated Battery of a Child. Prosecutors say the charges against 35-year-old Terrill Travis came after a July incident in which Travis hurt a child by whipping them with a charging cord and then stepping on the child’s head. Travis […]
Crime-fighting efforts are a top 2020 legislative priority for Missouri’s attorney general and for several state lawmakers. Jill Enders reports.
A Graves County homeowner is now facing charges after an early morning home invasion and shooting. 27-year-old Anthony Crittendon was arrested for a firearm enhanced charge of trafficking in marijuana over 8 ounces and possession of drug paraphernalia. Graves County deputies and Kentucky State Police troopers were called to his home just after 12 a.m. Tuesday. Crittendon […]
For the second time in two weeks, local fire departments responded to 179 Rushing Road for a working fire in a bin at Midwest Grain and Barge in Scott City. The fire was first dispatched Tuesday evening, and no one was injured in the fire. The fire deputy chief arrived on the scene first to […]
Governor Parson says Missouri has a problem with the number of young people smoking electronic cigarettes and the state is trying to get out in front of a problem that he says could explode. During a press conference, Parson says a multi-agency effort has formed to launch the Clear the Air campaign about the dangers […]
What do Republican legislative leaders plan to do about violent crime? Some of them will talk about that today in St. Louis. Ashley Byrd reports.