Legendary Broadcaster Art Haines Hospitalized

(KTTS News) – Legendary broadcaster and voice of the Missouri State Bears, Art Haines, has been hospitalized. Doctors say that 66-year-old Haines is suffering from the immune disease Guillain-Barré syndrome and is in critical condition. Family members

APO Announces 29th Annual AIDS Walk

(KTTS News) – After a three year hiatus, The AIDS Project of the Ozarks will be hosting the 29th annual AIDS Walk. The walk was cancelled three years in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic. APO

Local Business Owner Accused of COVID PPP Fund Fraud

(KTTS News) – A southwest Missouri business owner is being sued by the federal government over using Payment Protection Payment (PPP) funds in the pandemic. John Michael Felts is accused of using the funds for personal home improvements. Investigators

GOP hits Kansas governor hard on trans athletes, her new ad

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ Democratic governor launched a new television ad on Wednesday in which she says men don’t belong in women’s sports. It’s a move seeking to blunt Republican attacks on her for vetoing two proposals to ban transgender athletes

Royals bullpen clutch in holding off fast-fading Twins 5-2

It was altogether fitting that on the day the Kansas City Royals fired Dayton Moore, they beat the fast-fading Minnesota Twins using the same blueprint that their longtime front office executive once used to build them into a winner.

Doctor admits to fraud involving more than 2,000 patients

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A doctor from Washington D.C. pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to Medicare and Medicaid fraud involving more than 2,000 patients in Missouri whom he never met. The U.S. Attorney’s office in