Students in the Springfield area who are in middle school can try out for a TV hosting job with a statewide syndicated educational program that will be recording shows in Springfield soon. The TV host chosen for the Springfield shows will also receive a $5,000 college scholarship.
Patrick Mahomes was trying to walk a tightrope, taking him in three different directions while negotiating his revised contract with the Kansas City Chiefs, which effectively makes him the league’s highest-paid player over the next four years.
The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales will no longer have their tails shortened using a common yet controversial procedure that has drawn the ire of animal activists, parent company Anheuser-Busch InBev announced Wednesday.
A white 84-year-old homeowner who is accused of shooting a Black teenager after the high-schooler mistakenly came to his Kansas City home entered a not guilty plea Wednesday, and the judge scheduled his trial for next year.
The Kansas City Royals are pushing back their self-imposed deadline of the end of September for deciding on a location for their new ballpark, though they remain confident that their final proposal will be put before voters on an April ballot.
On Tuesday, Governor Mike Parson, joined by all statewide elected officials and the Missouri Chapter of the Coalition for Jewish Values, declared September as Jewish American Heritage Month in Missouri.
The Southern Dallas County Fire Protection District (SDCFPD) is starting CPR training courses after recently responding to a call where CPR was used before paramedics arrived, and it ended up saving a life.