Crusaders football standout to play for Crimson Tide
Hale Hentges, who will be a senior this fall at Helias High School and is one of the top college football recruits heading into the 2014 season, has orally committed to the University of Alabama.
Jury also finds guilt on three other charges after long deliberation
A Cole County jury found Calvin Hutson, 36, St. Louis, guilty of second-degree murder following more than 10½ hours of deliberation on Thursday.
Missouri's Republican-controlled Legislature gave final approval Wednesday to legislation requiring a woman to wait three days after first seeing a doctor before having an abortion. Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon has not said whether he will sign or veto it.
Missouri voters will decide later this year whether to raise the state sales tax to generate more than $500 million annually for roads and other transportation projects.
Columbia police have called on a Missouri Highway Patrol helicopter to resume the search for a suspicious man who fled into a wooded area on Friday evening.
Former Missouri governor Joseph Teasdale died Thursday afternoon. He was 78.
Lawmakers approve plan to sell bonds, repay them over 25 years
Missouri's Republican-led Senate has voted to override the veto of an income tax cut by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
As men's basketball coach
Missouri chose a familiar face as its new men’s basketball coach Monday.
A Jefferson City man was arrested Saturday after getting into a pursuit with police, ending with the safe recovery of a child taken after a domestic violence incident.
8-year-old Eboni K. Coney-King has been located safe in the St. Louis area. An earlier Endangered Person Advisory for her has been canceled.
Man shot through apartment window
Jefferson City police are investigating a shooting incident that injured a man around 6:30 Friday evening in the 400 block of East Dunklin Street.
Shabazz Napier turned in another all-court masterpiece Monday night to lift the Huskies to a 60-54 win against Kentucky’s freshmen and a national title hardly anyone saw coming.
The Jefferson City Council votes to reject both conference center proposals.
Jefferson City police issued an endangered person advisory Sunday night for a two-year-old child.