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New Missouri Gov. Parson to use state plane

Published Jun. 13 2018

New Republican Gov. Mike Parson says he's going to use the state plane to travel around Missouri.

Fire chief: No smoke detectors in Lebanon home where 5 children died

Published Jun. 13 2018

A fire chief says investigators found no smoke detectors in a southern Missouri mobile home where five children died last...

Attorney looks to file lawsuit after only hearing crickets

Published Jun. 13 2018

Elad Gross said Tuesday he still hasn't heard from the group A New Missouri, and is making plans for a...

Medication abortions not allowed at Planned Parenthood in Missouri

Published Jun. 12 2018

A federal judge has ruled that Planned Parenthood will not be allowed to provide medication-induced abortions at its clinics in...

Barnes seeks to block payment of Greitens' lawyers

Published Jun. 12 2018

Missouri's Office of Administration should "refuse" to pay any bills submitted by lawyers Eddie Greim and Ross Garber, state Rep....

Kansas City Zoo announces unexpected death of young cheetah

Published Jun. 12 2018

The Kansas City Zoo says one of its three young cheetahs has died unexpectedly.

Experts say Missouri bear sightings normal for time of year

Published Jun. 12 2018

Bears have been suddenly showing up, dead and alive, in Missouri neighborhoods and on its roadways, but it's pretty normal...

Gov. Parson revives State Board of Education with appointments

Published Jun. 12 2018

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson appointed two people to the State Board of Education on Tuesday, giving the group that supervises...

Man admits killing uncle at Missouri farm, burning body

Published Jun. 12 2018

ST. CHARLES (AP) — A Missouri man was sentenced to 15 years in prison after admitting he fatally shot his...

Mid-Missouri lawmakers, some officials pleased with Parson speech

Published Jun. 12 2018

Several Mid-Missouri lawmakers said Monday evening that Gov. Mike Parson's first speech to the Legislature was a good one.

More than 300 attend final Poor People's Campaign event

Published Jun. 12 2018

Weekly rallies in downtown Jefferson City since May 14 have focused on holding a moral revival, U.S. government militarism, economic...

Gov. Parson urges 'a fresh start'

Published Jun. 12 2018

Missouri must make "a fresh start at a difficult time for our state," new Gov. Mike Parson said Monday,...

House costs for Greitens probe stand at $65,000

Published Jun. 11 2018

The Missouri House of Representatives has spent about $65,000 related to its investigation of former Gov. Eric Greitens.

US lawmakers praise Gov. Parson after rare meeting

Published Jun. 11 2018

Gov. Mike Parson called a rare meeting Monday with Missouri's congressional delegation, earning bipartisan praise from lawmakers.

Southeast Missouri clerk admits to stealing at least $25K

Published Jun. 11 2018

A former city clerk of a small southeast Missouri town has pleaded guilty to stealing at least $25,000.

Sedalia angler hooks state-record goldeye

Published Jun. 11 2018

Kerry Glenn, of Sedalia, became the most recent record-breaking angler in Missouri when he hooked a goldeye on Truman Lake...

Kansas City deems measles outbreaks officially over

Published Jun. 11 2018

Kansas City's two measles outbreaks are over, but officials are just starting to calculate the costs of containing them.

4-year-old Kansas City child injured by stray bullet

Published Jun. 11 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — Kansas City police said a 4-year-old was wounded by a stray bullet that came from a...

Man convicted of murder in 1997 freed

Published Jun. 11 2018

COLUMBIA (AP) — A Missouri man who served 20 years in prison is enjoying his freedom after he had his...

Guests could get paid to stay at St. Louis hotel, get flu

Published Jun. 10 2018

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Guests can get paid $3,500 to stay at a St. Louis hotel for up to 12...

Monsanto Fund leader says charitable giving will continue

Published Jun. 10 2018

ST. LOUIS (AP) — For decades, Monsanto Co. has been among St. Louis' most generous companies, leaving some nonprofit organizations...

Salmonella linked to pre-cut melon sickens 60 in Midwest

Published Jun. 10 2018

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Health officials said a salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melon has sickened 60 people in five...

Transition to Parson administration continuing

Published Jun. 10 2018

It's probably not the kind of thing most people think about, but there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work required...