JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri judge has made clear that local election workers cannot enforce a core requirement in a new voter photo identification law. The secretary of state had argued the judge directed the wrong entity not to enforce a requirement that voters lacking valid photo ID sign a sworn statement and present another form of identification to cast a regular ballot. The judge clarified that his ruling covers local election workers.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - The Air Force says a Missouri-based B2 stealth bomber landed in Colorado Springs after an unspecified emergency, but neither of the pilots was injured. Officials say first responders from Peterson Air Force Base responded to the plane after it landed at about 4:20 a.m. Tuesday. The Air Force in a statement did not disclose the nature of the emergency but says it's under investigation. At the time of the landing, the aircraft was returning to its home base at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - A Columbia restaurant planned to offer young people a special on sandwiches if they voted but canceled the promotion after questions were raised about whether it was legal. Sycamore restaurant announced on its Facebook page Oct. 13 that people aged 18 to 30 who brought "I Voted" stickers to the restaurant on Nov. 6 would get half-off on a sandwich. But the restaurant said Monday it was canceling the promotion because of the threat of legal action.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) - The mother of an Independence man who was fatally shot by police last year is suing the city, the police chief and the officer who fired the shot. Fifty-one-year-old Carlos Cruz was shot in January 2017 at his home. Police say he was shot after pointing a shotgun at officers. The lawsuit says Cruz placed his shotgun on a porch railing, remained calm and never threatened officers before he was shot.
Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.