(MissouriNet) - Credit and debit cards are changing soon to include a data chip instead of a magnetic strip. Patrick Dix with Shazam, a non-profit electronic funds transfer provider, says the switch will dramatically reduce point of sale fraud.
The Princeton Lady Tigers sent 13 girls to the plate and scored eight runs in the bottom of the sixth inning on Tuesday night, pulling away for a 10-2 Grand River Conference win against upset-minded South Harrison.
The Trenton High School girl's tennis team traveled to St. Joseph on Monday afternoon, to battle the Benton High School Lady Cardinals in what turned out to be a highly-competitive duel at Noyes Courts.
SUNRISE, Fla. -- Enraged at hearing another manâ€™s name during a drunken sex session, a man allegedly disemboweled his girlfriend, leaving her naked body on the floor of their Florida apartment, according to police.
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina sheriff's deputy says he heard wailing in the darkness and plunged into an apartment complex's pond at night to rescue two young girls who, police say, had been thrown there to drown by their father.
The state of bridges in Missouri is cause for concern as the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) said it simply doesnâ€™t have the money to fix or replace the hundreds of bridges now listed in critical condition.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (MLB.com) - Royals manager Ned Yost said prior to Tuesday's game with the Mariners that right-hander Wade Davis will take over as closer for Greg Holland for the rest of the season and through the postseason.
Another dominant pitching effort by senior right-hander Daryian Otto led Trenton to a victory over future Grand River Conference rival Putnam County, in fast-pitch softball action broadcast Monday night on KTTN FM 92.3.
CLEVELAND, Mo. (Weather.com) - Severe weather on Friday night, just south of the Kansas City metropolitan area dropped tornadoes near the Kansas-Missouri state line. One struck Cass-Midway High School in west central Missouri, just before the Vikings game was about to kick off.
(Columbia Tribune) - Activists will begin collecting signatures on two initiative petitions in October to decriminalize cannabis cultivation in Columbia and legalize the plantâ€™s medicinal use in Missouri.