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Elvis Presley's 'Taking Care of Business' ring is set to go up for auction. The King of Rock and Roll wore the ring for years before passing it onto J.D. Sumner during a gig, and it's now poised … more
Gov. Mike Parson announced revised COVID-19 guidelines for schools Thursday that remove some of the quarantine requirements that have been in place. But local school and county officials said … more
ST. LOUIS — A small study released Thursday by Washington University has shown that a long-used antidepressant may reduce the likelihood that COVID-19 will turn deadly. The drug fluvoxamine, … more
Nursing homes are still taking days to get back COVID-19 test results as many shun the Trump administration’s central strategy to limit the spread of the virus among old and sick Americans. In … more
Most nursing homes are waiting a day or more to get the results of coronavirus tests for both residents and staff. The chart also indicates whether a nursing home has three or more residents who … more
JEFFERSON CITY — A man who hit speeds of 130 mph in the snow on a Utah interstate told police he was driving to Missouri to kill former U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill “if she wasn’t dead … more
HOLDEN — Multiple Johnson County agencies responded the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 11, to the report of an airplane crash in a cornfield in the 900 block of 10th Street in Holden. First responders … more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved a recommendation to enact retrenchment procedures in a special meeting Friday, Nov. 6. UCM President Roger Best … more
Stacker compiled the best country albums of all time as per Billboard’s Greatest of All Time Country Albums list. These ratings are based on albums’ weekly performance on the Top Country Albums … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council met Monday, Nov. 9, approving two ordinances, recognizing a city employee for more than 40 years of service and approving a request for funding from the … more
Stacker looked at information from the Defense Manpower Data Center, the U.S. Census historical population tables, and the St. Louis Federal Reserve to see how the military has changed over the … more
WARRENSBURG ━ Journey Home, a permanent homeless shelter that also helps individuals become self-sustaining, officially opened Nov. 2.The facility is located at 16 SW 265 Road, Warrensburg.Journey … more
A look at 46 killings committed since 2010 along a one-mile stretch of North Grand Boulevard in St. Louis. more
WARRENSBURG — The Professional Grounds Management Society has named the University of Central Missouri the recipient of an Honor Award in the society’s 2020 Green Star Awards Competition. The … more
The Johnson County Fire Protection District responded to two separate structure fires Sunday, Nov. 8. Station 1 and Station 10 responded to the report of a structural fire at 8:28 a.m. in the 200 … more
Kendra L. Jordan, 27, was arrested Oct. 16 on a warrant in another jurisdiction. August W. Shull, 23, was arrested Oct. 22 when officers responded to the report of a subject banging on a door. Shull … more
One person was seriously injured in a single-vehicle wreck Nov. 4 at Highway 23 and Northeast 950 Highway. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the wreck occurred when a 2001 Pontiac Sunfire, … more
WARRENSBURG — For the first time, the 13th annual Warrensburg Schools Foundation Dinner and Auction fundraiser is virtual. The event, usually hosted at the University of Central Missouri, will … more
ST. LOUIS — Where are St. Louisans most likely getting infected by the coronavirus and spreading it to others? At the store? Office? Church? Gym? Bar? Salon? With positive cases and … more
Scenes of celebration in Madison over the election of America's 46th president. Reaction was more muted elsewhere in the famously divided state.  more
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