Missouri Casinos Set To Reopen

Missouri casinos are set to reopen today (Monday), ending an almost 2 1/2 month shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All 13 of Missouri’s casinos were closed on March 17th in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus. The closure was extended last month through May 31st. Many of the casinos are in […]

Serrano-Vitorino Death Investigation Report Released

A death investigation report for a man accused of killing 5 people, including one in Montgomery County in 2016, was released over the weekend. According to the report, 43 year old Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino was found hanging from a bed sheet from a metal light fixture in his cell. Dried toilet paper was found to […]

Governor’s Trip Canceled Due To Plane Issue

Governor Mike Parson canceled his trip to Park University in Kansas City today [Friday] after the plane he was on reported an issue. According to Parson’s office, while en route to Kansas City this morning the Missouri State Highway Patrol pilot informed the governor of a problem with a required system on the plane and […]


The St. Louis Cardinals fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates last night 2 to 1 at Busch Stadium. Cardinals starting pitcher Adam Wainwright allowed a lead off home run to Adam Frazier, but did not allow anymore runs for 7 innings. The cards will try again today with Miles Mikolas on the mound. Game time is […]

Serrano-Vitorino Took His Own Life

A man accused of killing 5 people in Kansas and Missouri reportedly hanged himself in his cell early this morning. [Tuesday] According to a press release, Pablo Serrano-Vitorino was found alone in his cell early this morning, and transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead at 3:06 a.m. The St. Louis Post Dispatch […]

FBI Investigating Planned Parenthood Fire As Hate Crime

The FBI is now offering a $10 thousand reward for information leading to an arrest in Sunday’s fire at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia. The FBI’s Kansas City Division is investigating the fire as a possible hate crime. It is a federal law violation to damage or destroy a facility because it provides reproductive […]

Victim Of Double Shooting Dies, Murder Charges Filed

A victim of a double shooting in the 5600 block of Clark Lane on Sunday died today [Wednesday] of his injuries, and murder charges have been filed against a Columbia man. The Boone County Sheriff’s Office reports 43 year old Myron T. Woods of Kansas City died of his injuries sustained after allegedly being shot […]

Callaway Prosecutor Charges Kansas City Woman With Drug Offenses

The Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney has filed two counts of possession of a controlled substance after it was discovered she had smuggled cocaine and another substance into the jail on Saturday. Forty two year old Angela Poulsen of Kansas City was arrested by an outside agency and transported to the Callaway County Jail. On her […]

President Trump And Acting Attorney General In Missouri This Week

President Trump and his Acting Attorney general Matthew Whitaker are slated to speak at a conference on crime in Kansas City this week. According to the White House Trump and Whitaker will speak Friday at the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference. Hundreds of law enforcement officials, and prosecutors and others interested in cutting back […]