A Springfield, Missouri man was arrested Friday for a vehicle theft that occurred earlier in the month. The McCracken County Sheriff’s Department in Kentucky received a report that a vehicle was stolen from a residence on Blandville Road on Jan. 11. Deputies said during the evening of Jan. 12, they recovered an abandoned truck and […]
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The Missouri Department of Heath is investigating four cases of Legionnaires’ disease linked to a central Missouri hospital. Marshall Griffin has the details.
Public safety is again on the mind of lawmakers at the Capitol. Joey Parker takes us to a discussion about a bill that would lift residency requirements for Missouri emergency responders.
Missouri’s attorney general has filed lawsuits against 45 K-12 public school districts around the state for what he calls illegally enforcing mask mandates. Those traditional public schools are being sued, but Attorney General Eric Schmitt is not suing all of Missouri’s charter schools for having mask requirements. Schmitt refers to a recent Cole County Court […]
The Amtrak line linking St. Louis and Kansas City is no longer in debt. Missouri owed the federal rail line 6.5 million dollars because the state hasn’t fully funded its share of the cost for Amtrak service in nearly 12 years. MoDOT Director Patrick McKenna says Amtrak used Covid relief funds to pay off Missouri’s […]
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed suit against nine more school districts to halt their illegal mask mandate policies. Districts that were sued include: Bayless, Jennings, Lexington, Kirkwood, Ritenour, Hancock Place, Special School District of St. Louis, Meramec Valley, and University City. “As we’ve made clear from the beginning, the power to make health decisions […]