Man dies, woman grazed in head in north St. Louis shooting
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- One man has been killed and a woman has been injured in a shooting in north St. Louis. The incident occured around 8a.m. Friday morning near the intersection of Garrison and Thomas. Police are still on the scene. Authorities say someone driving by opened fire as the victims walked down the [?]
Local reactions to Ferguson grand jury's decision
The tensions and protests in Ferguson, Mo., in recent months following a police officer's fatal shooting of Michael Brown have galvanized the country.
Major Wind Acquisition Makes SunEdison World's Largest Renewable Energy Developer
SunEdison, the St. Louis, MO-based solar power juggernaut, said today that it would acquire First Wind, one of the largest wind power developers in the United States, for $2.4 billion.
Journey for Justice March to the Capital Begins
FERGUSON, Mo. -- For the next week a group of people will be marching from Ferguson, Missouri to the state capital in Jefferson City. Organizers with the NAACP are calling it the Journey for Justice. The group of roughly 250 marchers left Saturday afternoon from the Canfield Green Apartments, the spot of a memorial to Michael Brown. "This is a non-violent march. This is a peaceful march and we ...
Stoddard County boys and girls basketball previews
By DUSTIN WARD Daily Statesman ADVANCE, Mo. - Expectations remain high for the Advance Hornets varsity boys basketball program after a trip to the Class 2 state quarterfinals last season. "I expect a...
Shockers place four in 2015 recruiting class
WICHITA, Kan. ? Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall announced the signing of three student-athletes to National Letters of Intent, Wednesday.
Back in time 12-09-14
Dec. 9, 1944: Dr. W.J. Williams and his family plan to leave Plainview this weekend for Springfield, Mo., where he will practice. Dr. Williams came here in June 1934. Dr. Homer M. Thompson of Lockney
Pet dog mauls Bremerton baby boy, injures mother
A pet dog mauled a 10-month-old boy and bit his mother on her hands and arms when she went to help him Tuesday evening at a home in Bremerton.
Tomas Young, Iraq vet, anti-war activist, dies in Seattle at 34
Tomas Young, who became one of the first veterans to publicly oppose the Iraq war, has died.
Artists thanked for helping servicemen and veterans on road to recovery
TWO North Yorkshire artists have been recognised for their work in using crafts and art to help injured servicemen and veterans on the road to recovery.