Whether it's maneuvering around in bad weather or dodging inattentive drivers texting on their cell phones, school bus drivers focus on getting their kids to and from school safely each day.
It was a special night for KQTV as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
Having a working smoke detector in a home can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. The St. Joseph chapter of The American Red Cross is working to make sure those who live in rural areas with remote access to fire responders can at least have the security of a functioning smoke detector.
The government is urging nearly five million drivers to take “immediate action” to protect themselves against “defective” airbags – airbags that a safety expert says can explode in the vehicle and harm passengers.
Major League Baseball is warning of ticket and merchandise scams.
The owner of an auction house is sending out a warning after she said a man nearly put her out of business.
Major League Baseball is warning people to beware about buying fake World Series tickets and merchandise.
Filings from the Missouri Ethics Commission show the Missouri State Democratic Committee pitched in $25,000 to Robert Stuber's campaign.
The New York Times reports forensic tests found Brown's blood on the gun, uniform and police cruiser belonging to officer Darren Wilson.
Jerod Main is putting his 1965 Ford Mustang on Craigslist.