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Missouri woman accused of killing her 85-year-old mother

Published Sep. 18 2018

An eastern Missouri woman is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her 85-year-old mother.

Man charged with 3 misdemeanors in fatal school crash

Published Sep. 18 2018

A man has been charged with three misdemeanors after a crash that killed a 10-year-old boy at a Springfield elementary...

Inmate charged in 1999 murder in St. Louis

Published Sep. 18 2018

A man already imprisoned for armed robbery has been charged in a 1999 murder in St. Louis.

Shooter in Missouri pursuit faces 20 years in plea deal

Published Sep. 18 2018

A southwest Missouri man has pleaded guilty to shooting at a sheriff's deputy during a chase.

Missouri rancher sues over deaths of cattle in flooding

Published Sep. 18 2018

A Missouri rancher is suing a railroad over the deaths of more than 50 head of cattle after flooding.

Federal lawsuits filed over police treatment of protesters

Published Sep. 18 2018

More than a dozen people arrested in a police "kettle" during a 2017 protest in St. Louis are suing the...

Auditor calls for domestic violence funding reform

Published Sep. 17 2018

Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway called on the Missouri General Assembly to simplify the process of distributing local funds to...

Missouri senators want review of claims against Kavanaugh

Published Sep. 17 2018

Missouri's U.S. senators want a review of recent sexual misconduct allegations made against President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge...

Triple murder trial postponed because of attorney's illness

Published Sep. 17 2018

The trial of a suspect facing the death penalty after a triple homicide has been postponed.

Ice cream truck strikes, kills toddler in St. Louis suburb

Published Sep. 17 2018

Authorities say an ice cream truck has struck and killed a toddler in suburban St. Louis.

Families of duck boat victims oppose delay in lawsuits

Published Sep. 17 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — The families of some of the 17 people who died after a duck boat sank in...

Vietnam Vets to be honored in ceremony in Kansas City

Published Sep. 17 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — Vietnam veterans will be honored at a ceremony in Kansas City this week.Humana, a health insurance...

Kansas City area school district to reward attendance with money

Published Sep. 17 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — A Kansas City-area school district plans to use money as an incentive to get students to...

Farm to Funston: Measles outbreak keeps farmer from World War I deployment

Published Sep. 17 2018

A 21-year-old Frank J. Schulte, who grew up in the small Gasconade County community of Bay, was following the path...

Change urged amid spike in deadly semi, big truck crashes

Published Sep. 16 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — Tractor-trailers and other large trucks aren't required to have crash-avoidance technology, despite thousands of crashes annually...

Developers propose $63M luxury hotel for Kansas City

Published Sep. 16 2018

KANSAS CITY (AP) — Two real estate executives have proposed a $63.5 million luxury hotel for Kansas City in an...

Missouri school district to have 4-day school weeks

Published Sep. 16 2018

WARSAW (AP) — A Missouri school district has adopted a four-day school week schedule.Warsaw R-9 School District students now attend...

St. Joseph man charged in fatal boat accident at the Lake of the Ozarks

Published Sep. 14 2018

A St. Joseph man faces two felony charges after a fatal boating accident during the Memorial Day weekend.

Missouri auditor candidates exchange harsh words at debate

Published Sep. 14 2018

Democratic Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway and her Republican opponent exchanged heated words at a debate Friday, including one response that...

Missouri universities get $260M for scholarships, research

Published Sep. 14 2018

The University of Missouri System plans to spend about $260 million in the next five years for scholarships and research...

KC pharma CEO under fire after asserting 'moral requirement' to raise drug price 400 percent

Published Sep. 14 2018

The head of a small pharmaceutical company in Kansas City is under fire after defending a 400 percent price increase...

Green blocks statewide vote on 'Clean Missouri' petition

Published Sep. 14 2018

Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green on Friday blocked a statewide vote on the proposed Clean Missouri constitutional amendment.

Missouri lawmakers pass high school computer science bill

Published Sep. 14 2018

Missouri high school students could apply a computer science credit toward math, science or practical art credits needed for graduation...