Damaged by tornado, Joplin High School to be demolished soon

The demolition of Joplin High School will begin as soon as workers finish pumping water from the basement and complete asbestos removal.

Missouri bill would change sex offender registrations

The sponsor of the bill, Rodney Schad, wants to exempt people from registering if they have been convicted of some non-contact offenses.

51-year-old finishes basic training at Fort Leonard Wood

Sandra Coast is one of the oldest people to go through the 10 weeks of physical and tactical drills, but still had one of the highest physical fitness test scores in the company.

Boulevard Brewing Co. offering refunds on bad Chocolate Ale

The Kansas City brewing company said three of its batches of Chocolate Ale didn't meet company standards.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Less is not always better when it comes to Missouri General Assembly

State Sen. John Lamping is sponsoring a bill that would cut the number of days the General Assembly is in session by more than a third.

Kansas City bishop seeks dismissal of criminal charges

Bishop Robert Finn pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge that he failed to report suspected child abuse by a priest.