CLAY COUNTY — While the end of the school year is normally a time to celebrate, in Uvalde, Texas, it has become a time of morning after a tragic school shooting left more than 20, including 19 elementary students, dead.
KEARNEY — After a racial discrimination lawsuit was filed against the school district in Clay County Circuit Court, outgoing Interim Kearney Superintendent Todd White wrote a letter to district families, saying work to end systemic racism isn’t done and must continue.
CLAY COUNTY —Missouri Department of Transportation will be making repairs to a utility company pipeline that will require the total closure of the left lane of southbound Interstate 35 from Missouri Highway 291 to north of Missouri Highway 152. This closure will begin at 9 p.m. Tuesday, May …
LIBERTY — Police are again reminding residents to lock their vehicles, residences and to secure valuables after receiving reports that 13 vehicles left unlocked were rummaged through and/or stolen in neighborhoods near Ruth Moore Park and the surrounding area.
Multiple juveniles are charged with the murder of a Smithville man after Olathe, Kansas police began investigating a shooting in a park over the weekend.
The Missouri House passed House Bill 1738 following Senate passage two days earlier. Included as an amendment was language from House Bill 2821 introduced by Rep. Josh Hurlbert, who represents Missouri House District 12 including Smithville. The language renames a portion of U.S. Highway 169…
CLAY COUNTY — According to officials at Clay County Sheriff’s Office, a homeless man who was found dead at an encampment near Interstate 435 and Randolph Road in the county in March has been identified and the cause of his death determined.
America’s high-tech sector has been a key driver of economic growth in recent years – and this will likely continue. STEM fields – those in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – are critical for the U.S. to remain competitive globally. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which refers to STEM careers […]
Platte-Clay Electric Cooperative is returning $2.8 million worth of capital credits to consumer-members in May. The funds, which will be distributed to active accounts through bill credits, represent each consumer-member’s share of the co-op’s excess revenue.
JEFFERSON CITY — A controversial House bill allocating $1 billion in tax credits passed out of the Missouri House last week and is now headed to the Senate for approval.
KEARNEY — Nolan Pestano, a junior at Smithville High School, and Jane Pemberton, a junior at Excelsior Springs High School, were selected to represent Platte-Clay Electric Cooperative in Washington, D.C. this summer at the 2022 Youth Tour conference. The conference is an all-expense paid lea…
Harrisburg, Pa. — A series of bills designed to recognize and support veterans in Pennsylvania were recently voted on in committee, including one that would create an adult daycare program for veterans suffering serious health issues.
CNN's Jim Acosta breaks down the pro-gun talking points from some GOP members and examines the potential reasons the US leads in number of mass shootings compared to other countries.
School resource officers are critical in protecting and supporting students, and are often the first line of defense in a time of crisis. CNN's Boris Sanchez spoke with Officer Richard Craig about the role's impact and misconceptions.