There are reports of more record-breaking floods today in Missouri, one day after flooding in Pulaski county left a four-year-old boy dead and prompted Governor Jay Nixon to declare a state of emergency. Today, the U.S. National Weather Service is reporting record floods on the Gasconade River ne ... More >>
From the puppy dragged a mile on the highway to tens of thousands of neglected chickens, photographer Mike Bizelli has seen a lot of horrifying sights of animal abuse in Missouri. "There is cruelty out there," he says, "but then there's great compassion." The compassion, he says, comes in the form ... More >>
Sometimes people just have urges they cannot control. Like shooting people. Random people on the highway. You know that feeling? No? Well, apparently, Ballwin resident Sepid Majid Salem had that classic, irresistible must-shoot-at-strangers-driving-in-their-cars-right-now urge this week -- and act ... More >>
Robbery victim (and Good Samaritan) Erv Yoder was raised in an Amish community in Pennsylvania. He no longer lives Amish, but still believes that God wants him to help poor people. That's why Yoder decided to help out an injured homeless man he met on Saturday at a Wentzville laundromat. Man, big mi ... More >>
image courtesy of Missouri PreservationSave the Oak Grove Mausoleum!Yesterday Missouri Preservation released its annual list of the Most Endangered Historic Places in Missouri. The list now contains fifteen structures, nine held over from last year and six that are new additions. Among them a ... More >>
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether a Missouri cop could justifiably dance around Miranda
Jean Carnahan's shooting prowess could take her into the trenches
Henry Marganski's pigeons fly the coop all the time. Some race back, and some don't.