SLIDESHOW: Parade celebrates anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act

More than 100 people participated in a march downtown Saturday to note the twentieth anniversary of the ADA.

Doctor admits to illegal sales of painkillers in Missouri

Wayne Williamson, of Olathe, Kan., continued to sell prescription painkillers after Missouri suspended his license to prescribe certain drugs in 2008.

Local nonprofits may lose tax exempt status

 175 Columbia nonprofit organizations are in violation of the law for not filing returns, according to the Internal Revenue Service.

Missouri primary voter turnout projected at 24 percent

State election officials expect about one-quarter of Missouri's eligible voters to cast ballots during Tuesday's primary election.

Former Arlington cemetery officials subpoenaed

A subpoena has been issued to the former Arlington National Cemetery officials who were pushed out.

10 seek to run as independents on Missouri ballot

The hopefuls include U.S. Senate candidate Doug Enyart, a forestry consultant from Piedmont who says he is running to stop out-of-control spending in Washington.


Kansas City rescue workers save baby thought to be dead

Joy replaces sadness as a baby thought to be stillborn breathes and moves.

Alligator found in Missouri creek

Missouri teen's murder trial set for May 16

A central Missouri teenager accused of killing her 9-year-old neighbor is scheduled to go on trial next spring.

Charges filed after teen drowns in Missouri lake

A boat operator is facing charges after Cole Schlogl drowned in Lake St. Louis early Monday.

Raymore citizens to vote on gun proposal

The issue of whether to allow Raymore City Council members to carry guns at council meetings will be decided by residents of the Kansas City suburb.