southwest Missouri

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Cattle Rustling Still A Problem In Missouri

Thieves becoming more sophiscated.


Missouri Congressman Todd Akin gives supporters thumbs up in Florissant

Akin and McCaskill Spend Final Day Energizing Base

FLORISSANT, MO–(KMOX)–Republican Congressman Todd Akin is predicting that “voter enthusiasm” will carry him to victory Tuesday over Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill. During a stopover here with some 50 supporters, Akin dismissed polls showing the […]



Fire Destroyed 2 Buildings and 80,000 Pounds of Charcoal

The fire is considered suspicious.


Coca Cola Co. Brings New Distribution Facility to Joplin

The Coca-Cola Co. has broken ground on a new distribution facility in Joplin, more than a year after a deadly tornado delayed its original expansion plans.


Sex Slave Trial Pushed Back

Edward Bagley Sr. and his wife, Marilyn Bagley are accused of groomed a young woman to be a sex slave.


File photo of Table Rock Lake

Microscopic Algae Turns Table Rock Lake Brown

A bloom of microscopic algae has turned parts of southwest Missouri’s Table Rock Lake brown, but officials said the bloom should be fading soon and doesn’t pose a health threat.



More Charges in Missouri Sex Slave Case

Missouri man pleaded guilty to providing gifts so he could take part in the torture of a woman prosecutors allege was coerced into being a sex slave.



High Winds Blamed for Starting Several Fires

Fires destroyed three homes and burned up to 1,000 acres in southwest Missouri.


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