Men Get Prison After Dragging Kitten Behind Jeep, Posting Video Online18-year-old Kyle Williams and 19-year-old Jordan Hall were both found guilty of animal cruelty after the duo dragged the kitten behind their moving jeep in June of 2017.
Missouri Governor Not Resigning, Calls Extramarital Affair 'Consensual'Missouri's governor is resisting calls to resign after being accused of assaulting and blackmailing a former lover.
St. Louis Braces For More Protests Over Cop's AcquittalHundreds who protested the acquittal of a former St. Louis police officer in the fatal shooting of black man marched for hours in mostly peaceful demonstrations, until a broken window at the mayor's home and escalating tensions led riot police to lob tear gas to disperse the crowds.
Best BBQ Cities In AmericaA profile on five of the best BBQ cities in America
Legally Speaking: Suing Ashley Madison After The HackThe Ashley Madison hacking scandal is already leading to lawsuits against the company.
Florida Rep. Opposes Redrawn Congressional DistrictsA Florida Representative is trying to stop state lawmakers from redrawing her congressional district saying it would deny political representation for African-Americans.
Taylor: 'You Can Never Count Out Missouri'
Florida Abortions Dip, But Not As High As Other StatesBetween 2010 and 2014, Florida has seen the number of abortions performed in the state drop by 10 percent. However, that is still less than in other Republican-led states that have more aggressive restrictions on the procedure.
'Mad Men' star Hamm Was Accused In Violent Fraternity Hazing"Mad Men" star Jon Hamm took part in a violent college hazing in 1990 at the University of Texas that led to criminal charges and to the fraternity chapter permanently disbanding, according to court and school records obtained Thursday.
In Wake Of Controversial Shootings Officers Undergo TrainingWith images of civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of a controversial police shooting, officers and deputies took to the field at Broward's Central Park in Lauderhill Wednesday morning for a training session.
High Court To Hear Gay Marriage Cases In AprilSupreme Court justices said they will decide if same-sex couples around the nation will have the right to marry under the Constitution.
Miami PD To Hand Over Police-Involved Shooting Info To FDLEThe city of Miami is set to hand over future investigations into police-involved shootings and in-custody deaths to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).