A Kansas State University researcher is adding to a growing body of research showing the health risks of spending a lot of time on your duff.
A suburban Kansas City automobile dealer used personal information from customers and others who filled out credit applications to receive more than $1 million in fraudulent car loans, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said Tuesday.
A Kansas City high school will begin collecting hair from students to conduct mandatory drug tests.
The new orders come after a New Year’s Day clash between five detectives and one Denny’s manager.
It’s considered normal procedure by most to be asked for your receipt while leaving a busy store but Latoya Greenwood, 38, didn’t take kindly to the request.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–If your holiday light display shines like the Griswalds, are you inviting burglars to see what’s inside your home? “Sometimes criminals look for targets, even houses that may be decorated,” said police Sgt. Catherine Dennis, […]
The chief is adamant about his plans but realizes his calls for arming school workers will be met with resistance.
Missouri Farm Bureau president Blake Hurst says thieves are actually targeting those big bundles of hay that are left out in fields prior to being harvested.
GRINNELL, Iowa (AP) – After a poor shooting weekend, Grinnell guard Jack Taylor was given the green light to shoot his way out of a slump. It only took 108 shots for Taylor to make a […]
A northeast Kansas newspaper has been ordered to identify a person who posted a comment on its website about a story on a murder trial for which that commenter was serving as a juror.