(Shenandoah) -- After 94 years, the ownership of KMA AM and FM in Shenandoah is changing hands.
(Clarinda) -- A Red Oak man will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of first-degree murder in the death of a Shenandoah man.
(Ames) -- An Iowa State University professor of Food Sciences says you should be looking at the food ingredient labels on the food you eat and not just accept what the front of the package says.
(Media Central, Shenandoah) -- Hall of Fame pitcher and Negro Leagues great Satchel Paige had a saying I've always tried to live by: "Don't look back--someone might be gaining on you."
(KMAland) -- Dr. Ted Goudge, a Shenandoah native and Associate Professor of Geography at Northwest Missouri State University, has released his latest sport geography map.
(Jefferson City) -- Advocates for expanding Missouri's Medicaid program have just launched a new campaign to put an initiative on the 2020 ballot.
(Des Moines) -- GOP leaders in South Carolina, Nevada and Kansas are cancelling presidential nominating contests in their states, but the Republican Party of Iowa will be holding Caucuses on February 3rd.
(St. Louis) -- After devastating and historic floods this year, critics of new developments on the Missouri River fear they could send the waters higher.
(Jefferson City) -- Free bridges are available all over Missouri. Karen Daniels with MoDOT says a law requires the state to give the public the option of having bridges for free.