Juneteenth celebrates freedom

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States, celebrated each June 19. Here's a look at the history of this celebration.

A place for women with kids to recover from drugs

With more than 18 months of being clean from drugs, Jackie Peoples is using the lessons she has learned to give something back to her community: a transitional home to help women with children break free of addictions and start new lives.

The insurance maze

Pharmacist Bill Morrissey is spending more time these days giving customers unwelcome news: Their health insurance provider refuses to cover the cost of their prescription.

Controversial Steadfast

In his three years as St. Louis archbishop, Rev. Raymond Burke has taken on a presidential contender, a pop star, Missouri politicians and even parishioners.

Lessons learned from a cantankerous cow

Maybe you’ve heard the phrase “party till the cows come home.” But what happens if the cows won’t come home?

Investigation leads to arrest for child porn

Hannibal Police arrested James Lee Peterson, 27, on suspicion of sexual misconduct involving a child less than 14 years old and attempted enticement of a child.

Fire at U-Haul injures one

A man suffered minor burns after attempting to extinguish a fire that started Friday morning at one of the U-Haul Moving Center’s propane refill stations, the Columbia Fire Department said.