Kansas City was the first city where agents from several federal law enforcement agencies were sent to work with local law enforcement to combat violent crime, and the effort was later expanded to eight other U.S. cities.
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge’s office on Tuesday said the lawsuit, if successful, would nullify two measures and allow the Legislature to “micro-manage” the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The League of Women Voters of Arkansas argues in the lawsuit that Arkansas law regarding absentee ballots disenfranchises voters because they’re not given any notice or chance to cure any deficiencies.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is widely known for her fight against gender discrimination and advocacy for the LGBTQ community. She also spoke out for voter rights. Some said the best way to honor her is by executing that right to vote at the polls this November.
Dr. Randall Williams, the Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services sat down one-on-one with KY3/KSPR's Andrew Havranek to discuss the state and CDC's plan to roll out a COVID-19 vaccine, once one is approved.
Health leaders release information on community exposures when COVID-19 case investigators are unable to identify or obtain contact information for all individuals that may have been exposed in a high-risk setting.
Perry County’s rate of 3,055 cases per 100,000 residents is second only to McDonald County’s 4,545 cases per 100,000. McDonald County, in southwestern Missouri, saw a big outbreak this summer tied to meat plants.
The punishment was meted out a week after the NFL reminded team personnel on the sidelines about the rules for wearing face coverings during the coronavirus pandemic, lest they put the fledgling season at risk.
Alex Gordon and Jorge Soler also drove in runs for the Royals, who returned for their final homestand after getting swept in Milwaukee, and were starting off with a playoff contender in the Cardinals that had won four straight games.
By the end of January the Springfield Police Department hopes its officers will be outfitted with body cameras and a major step in that direction comes Monday, Sept. 21 when Chief Paul Williams presents the City Council with his plans for the project.
A lawsuit in federal court against Missouri's Secretary of State is asking a judge to allow the 'no excuse' mail-in ballots be accepted in person at county clerk's or election board offices, like absentee ballots. Under current law, mail-in ballots are only allowed to be mailed back.
The process to find Ruth Bader Ginsburg's successor is turning into a political battle. President Trump wants to name his choice by Saturday but democrats say the process should wait until after the 2020 election.