Wednesday’s announcement by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration represents the agency’s latest move toward regulating electronic systems that take on certain tasks that drivers themselves have normally done.
The Cardinal-crazed corner of the social media landscape was lit ablaze Monday night when a Memphis-based sports reporter tweeted a video of top Cardinals prospect Jordan Walker explaining some thoughts on his recent play down in Triple-A.
A Jackson County Judge ruled Friday that former Attorney General Eric Schmitt overstepped his authority when he ordered a number of school districts to cease their COVID-19 mitigation efforts, including mask mandates and quarantines.
As President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy approach a move to raise the United States’ debt limit, recipients of social security worry a possible default could halt those badly needed benefits.
As Americans honored Memorial Day Monday, The Department of Veterans Affairs Springfield National Cemetery hosted a wreath-laying ceremony, highlighted by speeches, a moment of silence, the playing of Taps, and a rifle volley.
On Your Side checked the surrounding counties like Christian, Taney, Stone, Webster, Dallas, and Lawrence. We discovered, most health departments do not do routine inspections. But will do them by request.
17-year-old Staley High School Student Ralph Yarl was up and walking early this morning, joining hundreds of other people in the 36th annual Memorial Day Run to support the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City.