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Two people have died in a helicopter crash in southwest Missouri.
Organizers say two million people marched in protest against seed giant Monsanto in hundreds of rallies across the U.S. and in over 50 other countries on Saturday.
A highway overpass in southeast Missouri collapsed early Saturday when rail cars slammed into one of the bridge's pillars after a cargo train collision, authorities said. Seven people were injured, though none seriously.
A southwest Missouri county health department has posted health advisories for three waterways because of high bacteria levels.
A Missouri woman has been killed in an explosion on a barge on Beaver Lake.
A 14-year-old girl has died after being struck by a car in eastern Missouri.
An eastern Missouri woman has been sentenced to life in prison after admitting that she killed a man.
Voters in southeast Missouri are running out of time to request absentee ballots by mail or fax for next month’s congressional election.
Two crew members from a tow boat, including one who died, have been honored for their efforts to save a family of five after the family’s boat became disabled on the Mississippi River at St. Louis.
A St. Louis man will be sentenced in July for killing a man during a road rage argument.
A St. Louis-area town has agreed to a $450,000 settlement to end a lawsuit filed by a police officer.
The University of Missouri plans to renovate three buildings around its central quadrangle, including the main administration building.
The Missouri Legislature has adjourned for the year, but the work will go on for members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Swimming season is returning, and most beaches at Missouri state parks will be open for the Memorial Day weekend.
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones plans to tour the state to talk with voters and community leaders about legislative issues.
A local ordinance that in some cases treats marijuana possession as a minor municipal violation isn’t being followed by Boone County sheriff’s deputies who have stepped up patrols within Columbia’s city limits, an attorney says.
Secretary of State Jason Kander announced this week that his office has approved the form of two initiative petitions, amending Articles VIII and IX of the Missouri Constitution. Both petitions were submitted by Todd Jones of the St. Louis-based Missouri Roundtable for Life.
A veteran TV anchorman has been fired in the wake of comments he made on the station’s Facebook page claiming “pressure” by the IRS following his 2012 interview with President Barack Obama.
A Kansas City man faces up to 20 years in prison after admitting his role in a hapless attempt to rob a bank.
The state will not seek the death penalty against a farmhand charged with killing a southwest Missouri woman in 2009, but prosecutors have not made a similar decision for the victim’s husband, who is also charged in her death.