Missouri woman pleads guilty in immigration fraud scheme

A St. Joseph woman has pleaded guilty to taking part in a scheme to transport illegal immigrants and produce more than 3,500 licenses to illegal immigrants from 2009 to January 2012.

Historic Route 66 motel to reopen in Carthage

New owners of the Boots Motel plan to reopen the iconic motel Tuesday to mark the beginning of tourism season.

Missouri to issue Pittsburg State-themed plates

The Pittsburg State University license plates are the first plated in Missouri issued for a Kansas-based university.

MU to host 'First International Symposium on Elderberry'

Elderberry is a native Missouri planted touted for its healing properties, but it's largely ignored by scientists.

Care for veterans, blind tied up in Missouri budget

Health care for military veterans and the blind have been linked by Missouri lawmakers negotiating a final version of the state's budget.