Special prosecutor Amanda Grellner acknowledged that she is reviewing the case after receiving new information. Four months ago, she declined to press charges against Missouri Highway Patrol trooper Anthony Piercy after a coroner’s inquest found Brandon Ellingson’s death in the Lake of the Ozarks to be an accident.
An online system used to train employees from the four-campus University of Missouri system to address violations of a federal law that bans gender discrimination in education has been fraught with problems.
At first glance, John and Carolyn Watkins' home in the rural southeast Missouri town of Sedgewickville doesn't stand out. It's only when you see the peacocks, African guineas, wild turkey, geese, chickens, a donkey, sheep and goat in the backyard that the place comes alive.
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Kansas legislators acknowledged Friday that they're still not sure how Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's school-funding proposals would affect local districts' property taxes, and the governor has yet to provide details.
Kansas Supreme Court decisions in school funding and death penalty cases show that its justices aren’t as competent as federal judges and point to a need to change how they are selected, Secretary of State Kris Kobach told legislators Thursday.
The American Civil Liberties Union announced Friday that it has settled a lawsuit with a Kansas City suburb after the town agreed to stop ticketing drivers who flash their headlights at oncoming traffic to warn that a speed trap lies ahead.