Missouri

(Kansas City, MO) -- A Missouri school district is regretful for replacing a blind student's cane with a foam tube. The North Kansas School District issued a formal apology today and called the incident a "mistake." School authorities confiscated the blind student's cane after...
(St. Louis, MO) -- The National Labor Relations Board is claiming McDonald's restaurants and some of their franchisees, in St. Louis and other cities, are denying workers their labor rights. The Board today filed 13 complaints against the businesses, calling them "joint...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Harris-Stowe State University is struggling to try to get more students to take advanced science and math classes. The "St. Louis Post-Dispatch" reports there are only five students in math Professor Jonathan Corbett's Tuesday morning statistics class, and two...
(Arnold, MO) -- Anheuser-Busch is pouring 150-million dollars into its facility in Arnold where aluminum bottles are made. The expansion will double the plant's capacity and create about 70 new jobs. Metal Container Corporation is a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch and also produces...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Two St. Louis schools will reopen today after a power outage caused a shutdown on Thursday. An Ameren spokesman told KMOV-TV an equipment malfunction caused an underground fire, which led to the outage. Students at Dunbar Elementary and Carver Elementary were...
(St. Charles, MO) -- A St. Charles teen is being held on 35-thousand dollars bond after being accused of stealing a pickup and causing a five-vehicle pileup. Sixteen-year-old Cody Michael was charged Wednesday with tampering with a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, attempted...
(St. Louis, MO) -- The runner up in last month's St. Louis County Executive election has filed for a recount. Rick Stream lost a very close race to Democrat Steve Stenger. The Republican lawmaker made his decision to challenge the vote count after meeting with his legal team and...
(Clayton, MO) -- A former treasurer at a Creve Coeur grade school has been sentenced to five years probation after she pleaded guilty to stealing 53-thousand dollars from a parent-teacher organization. A St. Louis County judge says that if 37-year-old Tennile Batsell violates...
(Ferguson, MO) -- The school board elections for the Ferguson-Florissant District are the subject of a lawsuit by the ACLU. The organization claims the system used to elect board members discriminates against black voters. The suit points to staggered three-year terms that limit...