Damar Hamlin released a video Saturday in which he says he’s thankful for the outpouring of support and vows to pay it back, marking the first time the Buffalo Bills safety has spoken publicly since he went into cardiac arrest and needed to be resuscitated on the field in Cincinnati on Jan. 2.
Mass shootings have commanded public attention on a disturbingly frequent basis across the U.S. But rather than provoking a unified response from elected officials, each additional shooting seems to be widening the political divide on gun policy among states.
The FBI reached out to NAACP chapters including the one is St. Louis on Friday. The briefing came ahead of the graphic video that showed deadly police brutality by Memphis police. Federal authorities alerted the organization of what to expect from the body camera footage and encouraged peaceful protesting.
Wichita Police Chief Joe Sullivan on Friday released a recorded message to share his response to the released video that shows the fatal beating of Tyre Nicols at the hands of five police officers with the Memphis Police Department.
The man accused of putting a camera in a Missouri convenience store restroom is out on bond. 31-year-old Patrick Pitcher was charged in early January after police say they found a camera in the ceiling of the women’s restroom at a Casey’s in Cabool.
Federal court documents show that Springfield multi-restaurant owner, John Michael Felts, is accused of using various companies to fraudulently apply for Paycheck Protection Program loans and Economic Injury Disaster loans.
Nixa's City Council recently approved the rezoning of just over 28 acres of land at the intersection of Main and Tracker Road for apartment construction. The land had been zoned for single-family homes.