Thousands of Missourians are considering mailing in an absentee ballot for the first time, because of coronavirus concerns. Each of those ballots requires a notary to stamp and sign it, and that means there's more of a demand for those services than ever.
In Waldo, one local business is finding success with its food truck in the parking lot of a KFC that kicked the bucket.
Shopping and dining districts have suffered through the pandemic, and COVID-19 just dealt Mass Street in Lawrence yet another blow.
Poachers left behind a grisly display of waste and cruelty in Johnson County. Kansas Wildlife officials say they killed then abandoned two animals.
An outpouring of outrage and sorrow following the shooting death of 1-year-old Tyron Payton. It happened Monday near 33rd and South Benton. Police say someone walked up firing into a car with the little boy and his parents inside. The family then drove to a local fire station to get help.
In the aftermath of the shooting at 33rd and Benton, as neighbors grieved the loss of a child and police marked off dozens of shell casings, a man known only as Jose shared his story asking that we not show his face or use his real name.
A local manufacturer is developing a new niche during the coronavirus crisis.
Thieves caused $200,000 worth of damage when they targeted the air conditioning units on top of a local church for metal that could fetch around a thousand dollars at a scrapper.
The city of Lawrence is trying to figure out what to do about college parties like the one we showed you on video earlier this week, where there was an overcrowded gathering after a football game.