Myanmar court allows Suu Kyi 1 more witness

Prisoner Suu Kyi has been granted one more witness by a Myanmar divisional court, but her defense attorneys say she is entitled to more.  Suu Kyi is standing trial after a Missouri man, John Yettaw, entered the home in which she was under house arrest.

3 teens accused of fire at Hannibal High School

A group of teenagers has been arrested on suspicion of intentionally starting a fire in a trash can at high school in Hannibal.

Missouri electric co-ops to get $237 million in federal loans

The Associated Electric, United Electric, West Central Electric and Osage Electric cooperatives will use the money to build or repair electric distribution lines and to finance energy conservation or renewable energy systems.

Animal welfare groups form coalition in St. Louis

St. Louis animal groups have formed the St. Louis Petlover Coalition, the first of its kind in the St. Louis area.

MU conference focuses on efforts to track student educational performance

The conference sponsored by the Missouri P-20 Center for Education Policy Research will highlight the use of longitudinal statistics to measure student performance.

DJ Jazzy Jeff's Kansas City show stops abruptly

Jazzy Jeff said he left the show because officials did not like the type of music he was playing. But officials with the Power & Light District said they just wanted Jeff's crew to turn down the music. Now some people see Power & Light District's actions as racially motivated.

Illinois driver survives 100-foot fall in Iowa

Tomas Donaciano of Illinois lived through a 100-foot drop after his car went over a bluff in southeastern Iowa.

Blaring car horn not free speech, Washington judge rules

A Washington judge ruled that blaring one's car horn does not constitute free speech after a woman did just that in early-morning retaliation against her neighbor.

Singer-songwriter Kenny Rankin dies at 69

Considered a singer's singer, he could perform jazz, pop, world music and more. He played guitar on Bob Dylan's landmark 1965 album, "Bringing it all Back Home." And he wrote music that was recorded by Peggy Lee, Mel Torme and Carmen McRae.

Firecracker blows off KC teen's fingertip

The 17-year-old couldn't tell whether the M80 firecracker he tried to light had ignited.

Coach accused of teaching children to steal

A man in Washington state allegedly solicited the help of three young boys in a robbery.