(KANSAS CITY) — Sherry Weldon thought the worst of the pandemic was over for Livingston County, a rural area in northern Missouri, after the winter. Confirmed cases had essentially dropped down to zero. Schools had largely stayed open. But starting at the end of... Read More.
(CHESTER, S.C.) -- Tyler Terry, the South Carolina man who was arrested in connection with four murders after a weeklong police search, appeared in court Tuesday. Terry is accused of killing four people from May 2 to May 15 across two states. The victims are... Read More.
By Meg Cunningham, ABC NewsScandal-plagued former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Monday night he's planning to run for Missouri's open Senate seat after Sen. Roy Blunt said he would not run for reelection."I think now the people of... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- A Missouri father and his two young children were found dead Monday, four days after they had disappeared, authorities said.The bodies of Darrell Peak, 40, Kaiden Peak, 4, and Mayson Peak, 3, were... Read More.
By IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.) -- Missouri lawmakers were set to hold a special hearing this week on coronavirus-related policies and spending. However, that session was postponed after multiple state house members and staff contracted the disease, the... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- The state of Missouri will for the first time in its history have a Black woman representing it in Congress after Cori Bush's victory Tuesday night.Bush, a single mother of two... Read More.
By JULIA JACOBO, ABC News(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.) -- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has contracted coronavirus -- reportedly along with more than 1,800 state employees under his purview -- after declining to issue a statewide mask mandate during the pandemic.
By ASHLEY BROWN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- In a summer marked by high-profile cases of violence against Black Americans, some voters and leaders in Missouri are taking stock of how race relations have changed, for better or for worse, in their... Read More.
By: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- A federal magistrate judge has recommended that criminal charges be dismissed in a 2018 duck boat sinking during a storm on a Missouri lake that killed 17 people, including nine from the same family.
By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.) -- Missouri health officials are urging residents to take "aggressive actions" following nearly a week in which daily COVID-19 cases have reached four figures.On Sunday, the state had its sixth straight... Read More.