Diehl: 'It Was a Stupid Thing To Do, and I'm Sorry'A screenshot of sexual text messages exchanged between Missouri House Speaker John Diehl and a Capitol intern has been released by the Kansas City Star.
Tom Schweich Spoke with Danforth Aide Moments Before He Took His LifeInside information into the suicide of the late State Auditor Tom Schweich came from former Sen. John Danforth to the Kansas City Star.
Prosecutor in Maryville Rape Case to Address MediaJackson County prosecuting attorney Jean Peters Baker has been tight-lipped about the case since announcing in late October that she had been appointed as special prosecutor.
Body Of Chiefs LB Belcher Exhumed For Concussion ExamFormer Kansas City Chiefs' linebacker Jovan Belcher's body has been exhumed more than a year after he killed his girlfriend and himself so that his brain can be examined for signs of a degenerative condition linked to repeated concussions.
Branson Christian Sports Camp Facing Sex Abuse LawsuitsOne lawsuit, filed in Taney County against Kanakuk Kamps, alleges former director Peter Newman molested a boy from 2000 to 2005.
Mo. Town Prepares For Protest Over Teen Sex Case A northwest Missouri community where large, energized crowds are more commonplace on college football weekends was bracing Tuesday for an Internet-organized rally on behalf of a girl who says she was sexually assaulted nearly two years ago when she was 14.
New Prosecutor To Probe Missouri Teen Sex Assault CaseCircuit court clerk Elaine Wilson says Jackson County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker has taken on the case.
Maryville Teen Sex Assault Case To Be ReopenedThe case of a 14-year-old girl who says she was raped by an older boy from her Missouri high school and left passed out on her porch in freezing temperatures is expected to get a fresh start under a special prosecutor.
Maryville, Mo. Rape Case Draws National AttentionIn the early morning of Jan. 8, 2012, 14-year-old Daisy Coleman was found passed out on her mother's doorstep. She had sneaked out the night before, attended a party, and drank alcohol.
Charlie Brennan - Thursday, March 7th -- Is Kansas City rising as St. Louis keeps falling?Is Kansas City rising at St. Louis keeps falling? Charlie talks with Kansas City Star Reporter Yael Abouhalkah. Charlie also talks with Chicago Treasurer Stephanie D. Neely about stop and frisk; and with Chris Nagus and Glenn Koenen about food stamp fraud.
Paper Reportedly Tells 2 Reporters They Had To Decide Who Was Getting Laid OffThe Kansas City Star reportedly told two reporters that they had to figure out which one of them was going to get laid off.
Deer at Missouri Cemetery Loses Dog She BefriendedThe doe, named Ella, and the dog have been at each other's sides in Kansas City's 43-acre Elmwood Cemetery for the past few months.

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