The unsinkable Reba rockets once again to the top of Billboardâs country albums chart with Love Somebody, landing there on first-week sales of 58,351 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The now mono-monikered star first hit the charts on May 8, 1976, with the yearningly prophetic âI Donât Want to Be a One Night Stand.â So... Read more »
This weekend on an all-new CMT Hot 20 Countdown, weâre all over the Academy of Country Music Awards in Texas! From the glamorous red carpet to the excitement backstage and everywhere in between, weâve got the exclusive interviews and hilarious moments you didnât see on the live broadcast. Miranda Lambert explains why her âchest was... Read more »
An 18 year old was shot in Columbia on Sunday and police are looking for answers. According to a press release, officers were dispatched to the area of Forrest and Grand Avenue where a suspect was discovered lying on the ground. The condition of the victim is unknown at this time while police continue to investigate.
Many from around the state gathered in Centralia over the weekend to give Sgt. Rodney Griffin the sendoff he deserved. Sgt Griffin died in the line of duty in Cambodia fighting the Vietnam war in 1970. His remains were recently discovered and brought back to central Missouri. There was a funeral held in the Centralia High School gym which was attended by many state officials including Governor Nixon. Griffin was then laid to rest at a private family burial in Mexico.
One Jefferson City man is dead after a shooting occurred on Saturday. Reports say that Paris Alexander-Henderson and Bryant Sturkey got into an argument which resulted in Sturkey suffering a gunshot wound from Alexander-Henderson. Early Saturday morning police were called to the 1400 block of Elizabeth Street after receiving calls. They learned that Sturkey was in the vehicle and was being rushed to a hospital where he would eventually die. Witnesses named Alexander-Henderson as a suspect, he was taken into custody, taken to the Cole County Jail and is being charged with 2nd degree murder.
The state Senate is the target of a lawsuit over access to its committee hearings. Liberal advocacy group Progress Missouri has filed a lawsuit against the state senate saying some senators who chair committees – it names Mike Kehoe, David Sater, and Mike Parson – have denied it permission to video record committee hearings. Director […]
One Missouri lawmaker continues his push to create statewide regulations for ridesharing companies. Last week, the Missouri House gave its initial approval to a bill that would limit the ability of cities to regulate app-based ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft.Â Representative Jay Barnes (R-Jefferson City) added an amendment to HB 781Â to deal with […]