Had been charged with 2011 murder
Drew Puckett was found not guilty of second-degree murder charges late Tuesday afternoon. A grand jury indicted Puckett in 2011, charging him for the shotgun killing of Caleb Crabtree.
Governor sends National Guardsmen, other military outfits to assist severe flooding in Miller County
The city of Bagnell, Wood River Campground and Chaney Road Trailer Park in Miller County were evacuated Wednesday morning, according to the Lake Ozark Fire Protection District.
High water also closes I-44
Road closed at Westphalia, south of Vienna.
Flames consume abandoned house; origin suspicious
A man was charged Tuesday with first-degree arson after an early morning fire at 111 Adams St.
Seventeen passengers and its driver received minor injuries Friday when a charter bus carrying Missouri School for the Deaf students overturned near the eastern Missouri community of Danville, officials said.
RR Donnelley, Jefferson City’s 12th largest employer, told its employees this morning that the Jefferson City operations will be shut down.
All workers at a Florida gas plant rocked by a series of explosions have been accounted for after as many as 15 were initially feared killed, authorities say.
The Liberty Police Department has not confirmed, but a man who has helped lead the search for Chad Rogers said Friday afternoon that his body has been found.
A former youth minister at First United Methodist Church in Jefferson City has been reported missing after going for a jog in western Missouri.
Judge Kevin Crane ordered Maylee to serve four life sentences after a court appearance this morning.
A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with a suspicious death this past weekend.
Neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman was cleared of all charges Saturday in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager whose killing unleashed furious debate across the U.S. over racial profiling, self-defense and equal justice.
A Miller County woman was sentenced Tuesday to 22 years in prison in connection with the death of her paramour's infant daughter in 2008.
A Cole County jury deliberated just one-hour and 10 minutes, before finding Khiry Summers guilty of second-degree murder, first-degree robbery and armed criminal action.
The Fulton community lost a longtime supporter Thursday. Community banker, activist and philanthropist John C. Harris died Thursday morning at the age of 96.