The Jefferson City Council has approved the promotion of Capt. Matt Schofield to Jefferson City fire chief.
Fulton schools confirm child was a student
The Callaway County Sheriff's Office has confirmed a suspect is in custody for the death of 6-year-old in Callaway County.
Leporin, then 28, had two previous DWIs at time of wrong-way, head-on collision on U.S. 54 at the Missouri 179 interchange, in wreck that killed Chelsea Fredrickson, 19, Camdenton.
Investigation continues into identification and cause of death of body found over weekend in southeastern Moniteau County, near Russellville
Cole County voters on Tuesday rejected a plan to establish countywide zoning by a vote of 7,391 yes votes and 8,305 no votes.
From voting on Aug. 5, 2014
Results from Aug. 5, 2014 voting on primary contests and ballot issues.
A former methamphetamine dealer was executed Wednesday for killing three people in rural northern Missouri out of fear that they would report his drug activity to police.
Jefferson City police say the case of a missing man is now a homicide case
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that some corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement that they cover contraceptives for women.
The Fulton Police Department has made an arrest in connection to a shots fired incident Tuesday night.
A continuation of a narcotics round up for drug-related crimes led to 22 more arrests in Callaway County Thursday, 17 of them local residents.
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.