U-Haul employee helps nab Missouri homicide suspects

Ryan and Jacie Coari are facing murder charges in the deaths of Michael Wieberg and his daughter, Amanda Wieberg. The Wiebergs were found in a burned house outside of Auxvasse in September.

FBI: Search for missing Missouri baby leads to Kansas landfill

The Deffenbaugh Industries landfill was searched by FBI agents and Kansas City police for a second time, hours after Deborah Bradley, the mother of missing baby, said she was accused of being involved after failing a lie detector test.

Mother of missing Kansas City child takes lie detector test

Lisa Irwin, 10 months old, was last seen on Monday night. Her mother, Deborah Bradley, said police have accused her of being involved in the child's disappearance.

Audit of Kansas City School District will be released Tuesday

The results of a state audit on the school district's operations will be released Tuesday. The results of a financial audit were released in September 2010. 

Panel advises against prostate cancer screening

The U.S. Preventative Task Force concluded that routine screenings can cause more harm than good.

New renewable energy proposal to be submitted for Missouri ballot

The initiative builds on a 2008 law requiring that investor-owned utilities use more renewable energy to produce electricity. It would address whether renewable energy sources have to be made or sold in Missouri to count.

MoDOT to test smog-absorbing concrete on St. Louis roadway

The concrete, which will be poured on part of Missouri 141 near St. Louis, is new to the United States, but has been used previously in Europe.

Busch Stadium takes steps to solve squirrel problem

Armed with peanut butter, the Busch Stadium staff is trying catch the squirrel or squirrels that ran onto the field this week during the National League Division Series.

Edwards qualifies second at Kansas Speedway

The native of Columbia has fared well at the track and hopes Sunday's race will boost his chances of winning the Chase.