Storm yields dozens of traffic incidents

No injuries have been reported from any of the Columbia accidents on Tuesday.

Another round of snow expected

Temperatures expected to drop to a low of 6 degrees for Tuesday night.

Authorities investigate suspicious envelope in Kansas City

An envelope with a suspicious-looking substance arrived at the District Court in Kansas City on Tuesday. After it was deemed not hazardous, the FBI and U.S. Postal Service began looking into the matter.

Feds charge ex-trainer suspected of taping nude athletes

Federal charges have been filed against a former fitness trainer in Springfield accused of secretly videotaping female athletes nude.

Missouri Senate considers allowing computers

The Senate rules committee voted to let the full chamber decide whether or not to change the rules barring them from using laptop computers on the Senate floor.

Defense secretary to investigate Army bases' prescription drug abuse

Defense Secretary Gates told Sen. Claire McCaskill Tuesday morning that he would be "happy to look into" the problem. Eight soldiers at Fort Leonard Wood were convicted by court martial in 2008 of illegal drug use or distribution.

Springfield man charged in child rape to seek venue change

The defendant is charged with raping a 7-year-old girl and then leaving her to die in a burning house.

Missouri Court of Appeals judge resigns

Judge Shaw, who has served on the court of appeals since 2002, is stepping down to work at a St. Louis law firm. Nominees to replace Shaw will be selected on March 13.