Town and Country
Elected officials are spending $46,000 to kill 100 deer on as little as two-acre parcels, according to a news release from organizers, which is down from 10-acre parcels in previous years.
Missouri American Water says precaution taken after power outage at treatment plant
20 year old Daniel Martin of Bel Ridge is charged
Person of Interest caught on surveillance cameras
Thomas Ruzicka was found unconscious Friday morning by his son in his Town and Country home.
Major Case Squad says flat screen televisions were stolen from victim’s home.
Last year, the city approved $58,000 for White Buffalo Inc. to kill 125 deer but will be spending less this year, $40,000.
Maryville University is now free to move ahead with plans to build a 24,000-square feet maintenance building, soccer and softball fields.
Many residents waiting in line to speak said they thought it was a bad idea and that it would lower their property values.
Missouri House Republicans sided with Majority Leader John Diehl, of Town and Country, who had been challenged by Rep. Caleb Jones, of California, Mo.