The jury trial of Edmond “Ed” Wininger Sr., 56, of Galena concluded just before noon on Thursday at the Cherokee County Courthouse in Columbus.
Dave Sorrick joins Eric to talk about the "Border Town Auction House" and vintage coin collection. He also previews an upcoming event.
The Tulsa Youth Ballet, a not-for-profit company with Oklahoma Performing Arts, will be putting on a performance and workshop for area youth on Saturday, March 7 at the Wyandotte High School Gymnasium.
Carla makes "Cookies & Cream Cupcakes" in honor of Eric's birthday. Watch to see how to make your own!
Hank Rotten Jr. joins Local News Today with his weekly calendar of events.
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Thursday, March 5
We all know to take extra time when driving on snow because it keeps us safe. But when someone doesn't, it's not just themselves they're putting at risk.
After coming up short on future funding, the Missouri Department of Transportation has some possible solutions.
Many schools called off class Wednesday, but for one school district, the decision was 50-50 as the youngest students still spent the day at school.
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce announces the members of this year's Kansas Leadership Class.
The Miami High School Key Club and the Miami Kiwanis are hosting a 5K run and walk to Trample Out Tetanus.
Joplin's city hall is hoping to drum up support for the United Way by putting a city leader to work answering phones.
This snow is inconvenient for many, but area farmers are happy to see it covering their fields.
Many parents were left wondering what to do with their kids Wednesday morning on their snow day.
A local Native American educator gets a prestigious award.
Pittsburg State University celebrates Apple Day by hosting its annual apple pie and dessert contest.
More than 5,000 new jobs in the hospitality industry top the list of new employment in Missouri in January.
The Kansas Department of Transportation announces funding to upgrade local airports.
Har-Ber Village Museum opens in Grove for its 47th season on March 15th.
Miami Public School District officials are staying positive after Tuesday nights bond election defeat.