Last witness testifies in Suu Kyi trial in Myanmar

Suu Kyi is charged with violating the terms of her house arrest by harboring an uninvited Missouri man who swam secretly to her lakeside home and stayed for two days. She faces a possible five-year prison term.

Columbia teen chefs take fourth at SkillsUSA competition

Two recent graduates of Rock Bridge High School — both of them accomplished chefs — each won fourth place in their categories last month at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City for their culinary skills.

Today's Question: Streetlights and the city budget

Is reducing the city's street lighting an appropriate cost-saving measure?

Four more defendants plead guilty in Cut Throat case

Four defendants pleaded guilty this week to counts in a federal indictment that includes charges of the transfer and use of firearms in connection with a suspected drug-trafficking operation.

Bullying expert shares personal experiences

Thursday was the final day of the Missouri Association for Pupil Transporation conference, with some sessions focusing on violence and bullying on school buses.

Missouri approves 12 road projects using stimulus money

Missouri has funded a dozen highway projects with $72 million in federal stimulus money.

Jefferson City man found guilty of murder

Stephen L. Cook, 49, was found guilty of first-degree murder, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Missouri court blocks firing of workers' compensation judges

A Missouri judge blocked the firing of three administrative judges who had been dismissed because of budget cuts.

Law enforcement round up 175 in southwest Missouri

As part of the annual nationwide Operation FALCON to track down fugitives wanted for violent crimes, law enforcement agencies arrested 175 fugitives and cleared 407 warrants in southwest Missouri.