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Tax Cut Bill Mo. (2013-08-31) The Missouri Republican Party voiced opposition to Attorney General Chris Koster's letter about the potential cost of the tax cut bill to the state government.
Nebraska budget cuts hurt State Parks Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-30) Nebraska Game and Parks commissioners say a tight budget is forcing the temporary closure of nearly 30 parks.
Buckle Up on Labor Day Mo. (2013-08-30) Many people will begin traveling across the country today for the Labor Day Weekend.
MODOT Map Mo. (2013-08-30) The Missouri Department of Transportation has released its 2013 State Highway Map.
Missouri Day Parade Mo. (2013-08-30) Missouri Day Festival organizers expect a large number of participants for this fall's parade.
Eckel Architecture Exhibit St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-30) The Saint Joseph Museums prepare to open an exhibit commemorating a historical architect.
Tax Rate Hearing Savannah, Mo. (2013-08-30) Savannah R-3 School Board has set their tax rate for the upcoming school year.
Pool Drowning Andrew County, Mo. (2013-08-30) The investigation continues into the the death of an 8 year old girl who drown in a swimming pool Tuesday night in rural Andrew County.
Voter Fraud St. Louis, Mo. (2013-08-29) Three St. Louis County residents face voter fraud charges involving an April local election.
EPA Livestock Lawsuit Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-29) Environmental and animal welfare groups are suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, alleging the federal agency unlawfully scrapped a rule that would have authorized the EPA to collect information from large-scale livestock confinement farms.
Missing Peru State College Student Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-29) The Nebraska State Colleges' board of trustees is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the mother of a Peru State College student who disappeared nearly three years ago.
A Matter of Balance Mo. (2013-08-29) Many older adults and those battling a variety of health issues often have a fear of falling.
Nodaway Habitat for Humanity Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-08-29) A local Habitat for Humanity begins the application process for a new home.
Weather Mo. (2013-08-29) With recent temperatures reaching the upper nineties, many Northwest residents wonder when fall weather will arrive.
Enchanted Arboretum Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-08-29) The 71 tress that are part ofNebraska City's public art project, An Enchanted Arboretum, will only be in their summer locations for a few more weeks.
Northwest Dining Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-29) Northwest Missouri State University officials are pleased with the response to the new campus dining options available for the first time this fall.
13 Year Old Driver Dekalb County, Mo. (2013-08-28) A one vehicle accident yesterday afternoon in DeKalb County involving a 13-year-old driver results in two people seriously injured.
Maitland Opera House Mo. (2013-08-28) Investigators are sifting through the ruins of a northwest Missouri opera house after a suspicious fire while also looking for the building's owner.
Child Porn Sentence Mo. (2013-08-28) A northwest Missouri man has been sentenced to 70 years in prison without parole in a child pornography case that federal prosecutors called "unusually vicious."
Hot Weather Advice for Students Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-28) As many students begin classes at Northwest this week, the staff at the Wellness Center are urging students to use common sense when out in the heat.
Labor Day Travel Mo. (2013-08-28) With Labor Day weekend being the busiest travel season of the year, the Missouri State Highway Patrol is asking motorists to stay safe.
Maryville City Considers Annexation of Property Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-28) The Maryville City Council this week discussed an annexation proposal for a 30 acre parcel of property located along Icon Road just south of the existing city limits.
Choc & Chalk Walk Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-28) The Chillicothe United Methodist Church is hosting their first annual Choc and Chalk Walk Festival on Saturday.
Missouri Lobbyists Mo. (2013-08-28) A report from the Associated Press that Missouri is among states providing government pensions to private lobbyists has led to a call for the practice to stop.
Maryville Public Library Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-27) Usage of the Maryville Public Library over the past year is up.
Missouri Tax Cut Battle Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-27) Millions of dollars are being spent on ads, fliers and political phone calls in Missouri - and it's not even an election year.
Chronic Wasting Disease Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-27) Conservation officials will hold public meetings throughout Missouri on a deadly disease that affects deer.
Buchanan County Wreck St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-27) A St. Joseph man is in serious condition after a single car accident occurred in Buchanan County last night
Executing in Leadership Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-27) A training course aimed at refining leadership skills for aspiring leaders is coming to Maryville.
Maryville City Council Approves Water/Sewer Rate Hike Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-27) The Maryville City Council approved a substantial rate increase for water and sewer usage during last night's meeting.
Iowa Crop Outlook Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-27) The condition of the corn crop in Iowa and nationally has declined slightly as a late summer dry hot spell settles in over Iowa and other Midwest states renewing fears of a crop damaging drought.
Nebraska Crop Outlook Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-27) The condition of the corn crop in Nebraska and nationally has declined slightly as a late summer dry hot spell settles in over Midwest states renewing fears of a crop damaging drought.
Iowa GOP Candidates Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-27) Terry Branstad says Iowa Republican officials should reconsider a decision to delay a state convention next year
Advice on Hot Weather Mo. (2013-08-27) Temperatures in the northwest Missouri area have been increasingly high this week.
Radio Clown Mo. (2013-08-27) A clown who provided commentary while another clown wore an Obama mask during a rodeo at the Missouri State Fair says he's received death threats and never intended to offend anyone.
NWMO Soldier KIA in Afghan. Humherys, Mo. (2013-08-26) A 20-year-old northwest Missouri man has died during fighting in Afghanistan.
Nebraska Crash-Update Beatrice, Ne. (2013-08-26) Authorities have released the name of a man who died in a crash during a police chase in southeast Nebraska.
Active Emergency Zone Law Mo. (2013-08-26) The Missouri House recently enacted a new traffic law set to take effect this week.
Sudden Death Syndrome Mo. (2013-08-26) The University of Missouri Extension office in Holt County reports cases of Sudden Death Syndrome, or SDS, appearing in this year's soybean crop.
Warm Week Expected Mo. (2013-08-26) The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill is warning residents to expect warmer temperatures throughout most of the week.
Stanberry BOE Meeting Stanberry, Mo. (2013-08-26) The Stanberry R-II Board of Education met last week and held the annual tax rate hearing and then moved to the presentation of the Summer School Financial Report.
House Bill 322 Mo. (2013-08-26) A recent bill changes the way drivers may show proof of insurance. According to House Bill 322, drivers no longer have to keep their insurance identification card in their glove box.
City Talk St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-26) St. Joseph residents will have the opportunity to speak with the Mayor and City Council members at an upcoming meeting.
KCP&L Lawsuit St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-26) A northwest Missouri man has filed a lawsuit accusing Kansas City Power & Light and others of negligence involving the utility's solar-panel rebate program.
Jefferson C-123 B.O.E. Jefferson, Mo. (2013-08-26) An area school now has its tax rates set for the 2013-2014 school year.
Missouri Dove Season Mo. (2013-08-23) Many area hunters are getting geared up for this year's dove season.
Highway Patrol on I-29 Mo. (2013-08-23) Due to increased traffic flow, and a rising number of accidents, the Missouri State Highway Patrol has increased its presence on Interstate 29 in Andrew and Buchanan counties.
St. Joseph Ambulance District St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-23) A committee is recommending that Buchanan County run the county's ambulance service after it is dropped by a medical center next year.
Bridge Projects Mo. (2013-08-23) Bridge projects are currently underway on Interstate 35 and Interstate 29.
Iowa Farm Funds Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-23) State agriculture officials say they are providing $1 million in funds to help farmers reduce runoff of fertilizer and manure from their fields and pastures.
Peru Enrollment Ne. (2013-08-23) Peru State College has enrolled its largest freshman class in the southeast Nebraska school's history.
McCaskill in St. Joseph St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-23) Missouri U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill will be in St. Joseph tomorrow.
St. Joseph Man Arrested St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-23) The organization overseeing high school sports competition in Nebraska says its wants its members to decide whether to adopt a transgender policy.
UPDATE- Escaped Iowa Inmate Shooting Bedford, Ia. (2013-08-22) Authorities have released a 911 call by an Iowa woman who reported her husband had shot an escaped inmate inside the couple's home.
Chillicothe R-II BOE Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-22) The Chillicothe R-II Board of Education met Tuesday night for its regular meeting.
Neb. School Funding Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-22) A national school-finance expert is echoing a concern raised by many Nebraska public schools: that state aid needs to be predictable.
Hall of Famous Missourians Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-22) Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones plans to allow the public to vote on whom to induct into the Hall of Famous Missourians
Iowa Health Insurance Marketplace Ia. (2013-08-22) Iowa officials and federal authorities are still putting the final touches on the health insurance marketplaces, where people without health coverage or those paying high rates can shop for more affordable policies, with some costs possibly paid by the government.
New Concealed Carry Law Mo. (2013-08-22) Concealed Carry Gun laws in Missouri will be changing soon.
Livingston County Jail Tour Livingston County, Mo. (2013-08-22) Livingston County residents will have another opportunity to tour the County Jail facility tomorrow evening.
NW President announces gift Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-22) A significant monetary gift to Northwest Missouri State University by a Northwest graduate was announced this morning during the school's annual all-employee meeting.
Red Oak City Council Red Oak, Ia. (2013-08-22) Red Oak's City Council gave its blessing to the transfer of property ownership at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds earlier this week.
Nebraska crash Beatrice, Ne. (2013-08-21) A 53-year-old man has been killed in the crash of his Corvette at a mall parking lot in Beatrice.
Northeast Missouri dismemberment case Kirksville, Mo. (2013-08-21) A judge has found a northeast Missouri man incompetent to stand trial in the grisly dismemberment death of a neighbor.
Maryville School Board approves Budget and bond issue plans Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-21) The Maryville Board of Education approved an approximate 17 million 800 thousand dollar operating budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year during last night's meeting.
NW Students arriving Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-21) Northwest Missouri State University students are arriving back in Maryville this week as classes start for the fall trimester on Monday.
Nebraska City Council Follow Up Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-08-21) An interlocal agreement approved Monday night by the Nebraska City city council marks the first step in making Nebraska the first state in the nation to allow for electric travel across the entire state.
Livingston County Investigation Livingston County, Mo. (2013-08-21) Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says his investigation of a former suspect in a Chillicothe woman's 1990 shooting death shows "plenty of probable cause to make an arrest."
Chautauqua Volunteers Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-21) The 29th Annual Chautauqua in the Park is coming up soon and the event still needs volunteers.
Chillicothe Yellow Light Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-21) Chillicothe is the first northwest Missouri town to receive a yellow flashing arrow light.
UPDATE Version 1 Escaped IA Inmate Killed Ia. (2013-08-20) Authorities say an escaped inmate suspected of shooting a southwest Iowa sheriff's deputy has been killed by a homeowner who said the armed man broke into his house.
UPDATE Escaped IA Inmate Killed Bedford, Ia. (2013-08-20) Authorities say an escaped inmate suspected of shooting a southwest Iowa sheriff's deputy has been killed by a homeowner who said the armed man broke into his house.
Area Crop Outlook Mo. (2013-08-20) The northwest Missouri region experienced tough drought conditions early in the summer, but have had nice timely rains since.
Human Rights Officer Kirksville, Mo. (2013-08-20) Nearly two months after a tougher anti-discrimination law was narrowly defeated in Kirksville, the mayor of the northeast Missouri town has changed his vote and the measure passed.
Prison Guard pleads guilty St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-20) A guard at a state prison in St. Joseph has pleaded guilty to intending to distribute drugs at the prison.
Iris and Daylily Sale Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-20) The Maryville Garden Club is holding their annual Iris and Day-lily sale from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. this Saturday at the Mary Mart Shopping Center.
NW Board of Regents approve faculty hires Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-20) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents met by conference call yesterday afternoon for a short session.
Labor Day Race Livingston County, Mo. (2013-08-20) The Livingston County Health Center is hosting It's second Labor Day Race at Simpson Park on Saturday, August 31.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-08-20) Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County is on a mission.
SW Iowa Escaped Convict Clarinda, Ia. (2013-08-20) State officials confirmed Monday morning that the escaped prisoner from the Clarinda Correctional Facility was involved in the shooting of a Taylor County sheriff's deputy late Sunday evening.
Jefferson B.O.E Preview Jefferson, Mo. (2013-08-19) The Jefferson C-123 Board of Education will hold their August meeting tonight. Items on the agenda include the discussion of the High School, gym, and Elementary Roof, and preliminary bus routes.
Southwest Iowa Deputy Shot New Market, Ia. (2013-08-19) Officers are scouring a section of Taylor County in southwest Iowa for an escaped inmate suspected of wounding a sheriff's deputy.
Maryville Work Session Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-19) The Maryville R-II School Board met for a work session last week..
Cameron Attorney Kansas City, Mo. (2013-08-19) A state disciplinary commission has rejected a Cameron lawyer's ethics complaint against a northern Missouri judge
MDC on Protecting Missouri Deer Mo. (2013-08-19) Chronic Wasting Disease or C-W-D could hurt Missouri's deer population. C-W-D is a neurological disease that affects deer.
Potential Plea Agreement in Tomarken Smith Murder Case Bethany, Mo. (2013-08-19) One of two Bethany, Missouri residents charged in connection with last fall's death of 21 year old Tomarken Smith of St. Louis may reach a plea agreement on September 3rd.
Wabash Trace Ia. (2013-08-19) A marathon race that begins in Mills County and ends in Page County, Iowa will be held next month.
Lacking Dentists USA. (2013-08-19) Only a handful of dentists are practicing in rural America, and some counties have no dental care available at all.
Brownville Concert Series St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-16) The Brownville Concert Series presents a second helping of an international jazz artist as it welcomes Deborah Brown back to the stage.
School Traffic Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-16) Residents can expect changes in traffic due to local students returning to school this month.
Top Gun Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-16) The Chillicothe Municipal Airport features breakfast and plane rides this weekend.
St. Joseph Library Program St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-16) A novelist from Kansas City makes a special appearance in St. Joseph next week.
Thrivent Builds Repairs St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-16) A local organization has been hosting an event over the past year aimed at helping homeowners.
Shenandoah Police Upgrades GPS Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-08-16) Shenandoah Police is upgrading the technology in its patrol cars.
Glenwood School Police Presence Glenwood, Ia. (2013-08-16) Glenwood, Iowa’s school buildings will once again have a police presence this school year.
Northwest SBTDC Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-16) A Northwest Missouri State University alumnus has been named director of the University's Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) in Chillicothe.
Stanberry Accident Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-08-15) A Nodaway County man is in serious condition after being involved in a single car accident yesterday afternoon.
Chillicothe Arts Council Choir Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-15) A community choir program comes to Chillicothe this fall.
Kansas Voter's Limbo Topeka, Ks. (2013-08-15) Nearly 15,000 Kansas residents who registered to vote are having their voting rights held up under a new law requiring voters to prove U.S. citizenship.
Missouri Fair Situation Sedalia, Mo. (2013-08-15) Controversy over a rodeo clown who mocked President Barack Obama isn't keeping Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon away from the annual governor's ham breakfast at the Missouri State Fair.
KCP&L Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-15) Missouri regulators have approved a request from Kansas City Power & Light-Greater Missouri Operations to raise the fuel charge on electric bills.
Chillicothe Arts Council 50 Years Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-15) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council celebrates its 50th year.
Walnut Street Improvements Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-15) Maryville motorists are seeing improvements to Walnut Street from Lincoln to Fourth this week as the road construction project is nearing completion.
Wheat Study Mo. (2013-08-15) A wheat study reports high yields at Missouri test sites.
Good Night's Sleep Mo. (2013-08-15) With the new school year here for many school districts, it's highly important for young children to get a proper amount of sleep each night.
Graves-Chapple Field Day Mo. (2013-08-15) The annual "Field Day" put on by the Graves-Chapple Research Center will take place later this month.
Shenandoah Water Bills Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-08-15) Shenandoah residents may face increased water bills in the near future.
Worth County Accident Worth County, Mo. (2013-08-14) An accident in Worth County last night left two local teens in serious condition.
St. Joseph Bathtub Drowning St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-14) Authorities in northwest Missouri are looking for a St. Joseph man charged in his infant son's bathtub drowning.
Platte City Man Jailed Platte City, Mo. (2013-08-14) A Kansas man accused of trying to run over a Missouri sheriff's deputy is charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer
Maryville Board of Ed Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-14) The Maryville R-2 School District Board of Education meets tonight for a work session.
Munn Road Project Update Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-14) A road construction project in Maryville will wrap up the first two phases of the construction just in time for the start of the school year
AARP Iowa Opens Fair "Listening Post" Ia. (2013-08-14) Music, ribbons, animals, rides and food-on-a-stick.
Maryville City Council Reviews Water Rates Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-14) The Maryville City Council Monday night reviewed plans to increase the city's water and sewer rates.
Farmers Market-Iowa Ia. (2013-08-14) In 2008, only about 5,000 farmers nationally supplied goods to farmer's markets.
Rapid Refill Ribbon-Cutting Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-14) The Maryville Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon-Cutting yesterday for a Maryville business moving from South Main to downtown
Mo. Rodeo Group Resigns Boonville, Mo. (2013-08-14) The president of the Missouri Rodeo Cowboy Association has resigned after getting flak about a State Fair event that mocked President Barack Obama.
Kansas Voting Law Topeka, Ks. (2013-08-14) The American Civil Liberties Union has notified Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach that it intends to file a federal lawsuit over a state law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship.
Kansas Crops Wichita, Ks. (2013-08-14) Kansas crops and pastures are mostly faring better in the wake of heavy rain that brought much-needed moisture to arid western sections but swamped some fields elsewhere.
Mo. Transportation Districts Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-14) The Missouri state auditor says dozens of transportation tax districts could owe millions of dollars of fines for not properly reporting their finances
Nebraska Crop Report Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-14) Cooler weather reduced stress on Nebraska's crops last week but slowed development of corn.
Nebraska Test Scores Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-14) Nebraska students who took math, science and reading exams received higher average scores this year than in 2012, according to new state data.
School Repairs Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-08-14) Signs of construction and repair activity are visible all over the Shenandoah School District.
Clarinda Board Clarinda, Ia. (2013-08-14) Clarinda school officials are considering alternative energy sources for at least one of its facilities.
NPPD Board Approval Ne. (2013-08-13) The Nebraska Public Power District Board of Advisors approved two resolutions for the utility's electric transmission projects at last week's August meeting.
Tri-State/MHS Event Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-13) This Saturday, Maryville residents will have the opportunity to test drive a new Ford and help the local high school in the same afternoon.
Farmers Blog Mo. (2013-08-13) Social media has now become a way for farmers to stay up-to-date and informed about what is going on in the world of agriculture.
Board MTG Preview Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-13) The Advisory Board for Chillicothe Municipal Airport will hold a meeting tonight to discuss a number of issues.
St. Jo School Keyless Entry St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-13) The St. Joseph School District will install keyless entry systems in all St. Joseph school buildings.
Freedom Rock Fremont County, Ia. (2013-08-13) Fremont County's Freedom Rock will be placed in Hamburg in a few years.
Rock Port School Changes Rock Port, Mo. (2013-08-13) When Rock Port R-2 School District students return to classes Wednesday, they'll notice a few changes.
E-Reader Test Drive Livingston County, Mo. (2013-08-13) E-Readers and tablets give booklovers several opportunities by making it possible to carry multiple books, magazines, dvds, games, and cds all on a device that is similar to the size of one novel.
Escape from Detention Center Caldwell County, Mo. (2013-08-13) An inmate has escaped from the Caldwell County Detention Center in Kingston Missouri over the weekend.
King Hill Drive Repairs St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-12) King Hill Drive in St. Joseph closed for repair this morning.
Atchison Co Alligator Atchison, Ks. (2013-08-12) The Atchison County Kansas Sheriff's Office says investigators have found the owner of an alligator that was released into a county lake.
Herbicides in Composts Mo. (2013-08-12) A newer generation of herbicides that can damage and sometimes kill garden vegetables, flowers, and fruits are showing up in one of the worst possible places...
West Nile virus KDHE Ks. (2013-08-12) The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has announced the first reported case of West Nile virus for 2013.
Dream Season Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-12) Two Bearcat Alumni have been nominated for a prestigious award after producing a documentary about the passing of coach Bostwick and the Bearcat football team's 2011 recovery season.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-12) The Maryville City Council will discuss the City's water and sewer rates in regard to bond financing during tonight's City Council meeting.
Cooper Power Increase Columbus, Ne. (2013-08-12) The Nebraska Public Power District's board has decided against boosting capacity of its nuclear power plant in the southeast corner of the state.
Kansas Abortion Topeka, Ks. (2013-08-12) Attorneys for Kansas and Planned Parenthood have agreed about how parts of a new state abortion law will be enforced and are seeking to narrow the abortion provider's federal lawsuit over the statute.
Hundley-Whaley Field Day Albany, Mo. (2013-08-12) Residents of Northwest Missouri will have the opportunity to attend an annual event this month.
Skelton Named to WWI Panel Kansas City, Mo. (2013-08-12) Former Missouri congressman Ike Skelton has been named to the national panel planning next year's activities marking the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.
Rapid Refill Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-12) Maryville citizens are invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new location of a local business.
GHCAA to Meet Mo. (2013-08-12) The Area Governing Board of Green Hills Community Action Agency will hold its regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, August 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the central office in Trenton.
Andrew County Museum Activities Andrew County, Mo. (2013-08-12) The Andrew County Museum has a varied and busy schedule planned for this fall.
Dakota Bronc Sisk Rodeo Mo. (2013-08-10) The Dakota Bronc Sisk Memorial Arena is ending the summer with a grand finale.
Storytelling Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-08-10) The Nodaway County Historical Society will be holding a storytelling event at 1pm Saturday.
Presidential Press Conference USA. (2013-08-09) President Obama will hold an East Room news conference at 2pm today.
Pastor Accused of Sexual Assault Kearney, Ne. (2013-08-09) A Kearney Nebraska youth pastor has been charged with sexually assaulting boys a dozen years ago.
Mo. Insurance Companies Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-09) Three health insurance companies that issue policies for Assurant Health have agreed to pay $1 million for violating Missouri laws on handling claims
High School Equivalency Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-09) Iowa is shifting to a new high school equivalency diploma test.
Mysterious Priest Center, Mo. (2013-08-09) Rescue workers in northeast Missouri struggled to extricate a young woman involved in a serious car wreck until a mysterious priest arrived and helped calm rescuers and the victim.
Exonerated Inmates Omaha, Ne. (2013-08-09) A federal judge has consolidated the lawsuits of five people cleared by DNA evidence in the 1985 killing of a Beatrice woman and set trial for next year.
Paramedic Manager Nebraska City, Mo. (2013-08-09) The next Paramedic manager of Nebraska City's Rescue squad was officially announced this week at the first August meeting of the Nebraska City city council.
Missing Girl Update Gilman City, Mo. (2013-08-09) Kidnapping charges have been filed against a 23-year-old man accused of leaving a northwest Missouri home with a 15-year-old girl.
Livingston County Library eReader Livingston County, Mo (2013-08-09) There are constant updates to technology...
Nebraska Governor Ne. (2013-08-09) The Governor of Nebraska says fiber optics is crucial to the future growth of the state during a visit to Nebraska City yesterday.
Jameson Picnic Davies County, Mo. (2013-08-08) The 122nd Jameson Picnic begins tonight in Davies County.
Drought Like Northwest Mo. (2013-08-08) As parts of Missouri experience flash flooding and heavy rain, it seems as if the northwest region has missed out on a lot of it.
Vets Benefit Breakfast Conception Junction, Mo. (2013-08-08) A local American Legion Post will host a benefit breakfast this weekend for veterans.
Iowa State Fair Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-08) A 450-acre section of Des Moines is about to become the busiest spot in Iowa.
Green Hills Women's Shelter Mo. (2013-08-08) A local womens shelter is raising awareness about their services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Hogs on the Highway Cameron, Mo. (2013-08-08) State troopers had to play hog-wrangler after a collision spilled dozens of pigs on Interstate 35 in northwest Missouri.
Nodaway County Beekeeping Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-08-08) There is an upsurge of interest in Beekeeping throughout Nodaway County.
NC Attorney Location Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-08-08) Nebraska City's newest city attorney has found a new home at the Rowe safety complex.
Kansas Wind Energy Wichita, Ks. (2013-08-08) A new government report shows Kansas is among the largest and fastest growing wind energy markets in the country.
Missouri Rural Doctors Columbia, Mo. (2013-08-08) A new study shows that University of Missouri medical students who spend time in rural communities while in school are more likely to start their careers away from big cities.
Prairie Chicken Traveler Mo. (2013-08-08) We know the story of Forrest Gump making his way across country on foot, but a prairie chicken hen went on her own incredible journey of more than 1,100 miles.
Hawk Road Flyers Fly-In Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-08) Maryville residents will have a huge reason to be at Northwest Missouri Regional Airport this September.
St. Joseph Fatal Accident St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-07) A St. Joseph resident has died after losing control of his vehicle and overturning in Buchanan County yesterday afternoon.
St. Joseph Smoking Petition St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-07) A St. Joseph group seeking to ban smoking in most public places is trying a new tactic to put the issue before voters.
Scotland County Added Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-07) The federal government has added a northeast Missouri county to the list of areas eligible for disaster assistance following severe storms and floods in late spring.
Nebraska City Resident Sues Omaha, Ne. (2013-08-07) Attorneys for Nebraska have asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit over the state's denial of driver's licenses for young immigrants who have gotten work permits under an Obama administration policy.
Missouri Flooding Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-07) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency after heavy rain caused flash flooding in the south-central part of the state.
Surviving Student Debt Mo. (2013-08-07) As high school seniors start the school year, many are looking ahead to next fall and their first year of college. They and their parents are probably also thinking about how to pay for it.
Kansas Crop Report Wichita, Ks. (2013-08-07) The government's weekly snapshot of Kansas agriculture says the recent, widespread rain is helping pastures as well as crops.
School Daily Routines Mo. (2013-08-07) As the new school year quickly approaches, the University of Missouri Extension Office is urging families to prepare a morning and evening routine
Iowa Education Jobs Des Moines, Ia (2013-08-07) Iowa has launched a website that lists all the public school job openings in the state.
Pitt Hopkins Part 2 Bedford, Ia. (2013-08-07) A Bedford, Iowa couple is helping lead the way to increase funding and awareness of a rare form of autism.
Gallatin Slaughter House Springfield, Mo. (2013-08-07) A judge has ordered the state Department of Natural Resources to hold off on issuing a wastewater permit for a horse slaughter facility planned for northwest Missouri.
Body Found in Cornfield Update Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-07) Authorities have released the name of a woman whose body was found in a southwest Iowa cornfield.
Red Cross Training Mo. (2013-08-07) The Midland Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross is hosting a day long training for new volunteers Thursday.
Higginbotham Retiring Albany, Mo. (2013-08-06) A local icon who has helped serve the citizens of Albany with over 50 years of service is retiring.
Department of Conservation Area Plan Mo. (2013-08-06) The Missouri Department of Conservation is looking for public input on nearly one-thousand conservation areas around the state.
St. Joseph Museum reaccreditation St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-06) Of the 17,500 museums in the country only 1,000 of them are accredited making one area museum in the top 6 percent.
Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station Ne. (2013-08-06) The Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station in Nebraska is testing its readiness to protect the health and safety of the public living and working near the nuclear station today.
Downtown Revitalization Awards Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-06) Chillicothe won three awards and multiple nominations at this year's Missouri Main Street Revitalization Conference in Kansas City.
Lexington Mo. (2013-08-06) Residents from the Lexington area will have the chance to learn about their town's unique history with the new book "Lexington."
Thomson on Joint Ed Committee Hearings Mo. (2013-08-06) Missouri State Representative Mike Thomson...
New Park Corning, Ia. (2013-08-06) There is now a new park in Corning, Iowa --complete with a Freedom Rock.
Nebraska City Utilities Nebraska City, Mo. (2013-08-06) Calls have been pouring into Nebraska City Utilities over the past week regarding an apparent scam.
Pitt Hopkins Feature Part 1 Bedfod, Ia. (2013-08-05) A Bedford, Iowa couple is leading the way in bringing more awareness and funds to a rare form of autism.
NW Investments Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-05) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents has agreed to hire an investment management company to manage the University's assets.
Albany B.O.E. Meeting Albany, Mo. (2013-08-05) The Albany R-3 Board of Education held there July meeting last week.
Maryville Online Registration Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-05) With the new school year fastly approaching, registration is right around the corner.
NW Summer Commencement Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-05) Two hundred forty-eight individuals received degrees during Northwest Missouri State University's Summer Commencement Ceremony.
Cornfield Body Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-05) Authorities say a 31-year-old woman's body was found a cornfield in southwest Iowa this weekend.
Dennis Gray Sentencing Burlington Junction, Mo. (2013-08-05) A 66 year old Burlington Junction resident found guilty of a Class D Felony of Sexual Contact with a Student received his sentence by a Gentry County jury on a change of venue from Nodaway County.
Chillicothe City Council Preview Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-05) The Chillicothe City Council will hold it's August meeting tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m.
Maryville Chamber of Commerce Leader Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-05) The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce has chosen its new executive director.
Missouri Regulators Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-05) State regulators have determined that Ameren Missouri owes its electric customers slightly more than $26 million for failing to include some revenue in its calculations.
Grand River Iowa Audit Grand River, Ia. (2013-08-05) A state audit has found more than $27,000 in improper and unsupported spending in the southern Iowa city of Grand River.
Pickering Horse Show Pickering, Mo. (2013-08-02) The 76th annual Pickering Lions Club Horse Show will be held tonight and tomorrow evening.
Gov Nixon Visits NoCo Sr Center Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-02) Governor Jay Nixon came to Maryville yesterday to discuss the recent veto of House Bill 253.
Veterans Benefit Fair Gallatin, Mo. (2013-08-02) A benefit fair for veterans will be held in Gallatin.
Savannah Standoff Savannah, Mo. (2013-08-02) A northwest Missouri man and his daughter are charged after they were involved in a four-hour standoff with law enforcement officers.
ATV Fatality Lenox, Ia. (2013-08-02)A 41-year-old Iowa man has died and a 9-year-old child has been injured in an all-terrain vehicle crash in southwest Iowa.
Judge Named Lincoln, Ne. (2013-08-02) Gov. Dave Heineman has named a new judge.
Library Emerson, Ia. (2013-08-02) Emerson, Iowa officials say it's unknown when the town's library will reopen following an accident more than a week ago.
Stanton Stanton, Mo. (2013-08-02) Supporters of a new recreational facility in Stanton are gratified to see progress on the project.
NW Alcohol Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-02) Northwest Missouri State University officials are hoping to help students who need assistance as a result of drug or alcohol consumption.
Fake Kidnapping St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-02) A 24-year-old man was arrested by St Joseph Police Department after claiming he was kidnapped and being held for ransom.
Motorcycle Petition Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-02) Supporters of a Missouri initiative to restrict passengers on motorcycles can begin collecting signatures to get the proposal on the 2014 ballot.
Northwest Board of Regents to meet Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-01) The Northwest Missouri State Board of Regents meet this afternoon.
New Chillicothe Facilities ***UPDATED*** Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-01) Job opportunities will soon become available to residents in Chillicothe due to the addition of a new facility being co-opened by two companies.
School Registration Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-01) School is quickly approaching which means school registration is as well.
Dupont/Pioneer Des Moines, Ia. (2013-08-01) DuPont says it has bought a majority share in a South Africa-based seed company and plans to increase research and improve seed availability for farmers in Africa.
Missouri Democrats Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-08-01) The chairman of the Missouri Democratic Party plans to step down from the leadership post next month.
WIC Breastfeeding Week St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-08-01) The City of St. Joseph Health Department is holding events to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week...
Governor in Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-01) Missouri governor Jay Nixon will be in Maryville today.
Back to School Savings Maryville, Mo. (2013-08-01) With the school year fast approaching, Back-to-School shopping seems to be on everyone's mind.
New Chillicothe Facility Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-08-01) Governor Jay Nixon announced this morning that IBC North America and Clean Tide Container plan to co-open a new facility in Chillicothe.
Prison Sentencing Fremont County, Ia. (2013-08-01) A former Fremont County man faces prison time on federal fraud charges.
Lake Update Ia. (2013-08-01) Officials at Green Valley State Park near Creston say it's safe to swim at the park's lake again.