Missouri was one of 21 states that joined Michigan in suing the federal Environmental Protection Agency over its “toxic emissions” regulations.
Scattered debris near New Bloomfield as unrelenting rain leads to more floods in Midwest
A tornado touched down briefly three miles north-northeast of New Bloomfield on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in St. Louis.
Narcotics investigators in Springfield say the city is seeing an influx of higher-grade marijuana from states where the drug is legal, particularly Colorado.
A new Missouri measure aims to help families financially support those with disabilities.
Missouri is set to be the first state in the nation to spell out the type of eating disorder treatments that insurance companies must cover, a move advocates say will ensure families have access to care for not just the physical aspect but also the underlying mental issues.
A pilot has died from injuries sustained when his biplane crashed as he was performing at a northwest Missouri airshow, authorities said Sunday.
An annual effort to help save the endangered pallid sturgeon brought biologists from across the state to Neosho, where they tagged 3,300 of the fish to prepare them for release into the Missouri River.
Many of the items will be shown in some kind of permanent display — probably in the Missouri Capitol Museum. But those decisions still are being made.
Keith Schafer is leaving the Missouri Department of Mental Health for the second time — retiring this week after a combined 16 years as DMH director.
Authorities say a biplane has crashed during an air show in northwest Missouri. No information on the condition of the pilot was immediately available.
An eastern Missouri man is the first of four suspects to plead guilty in the killing of a couple.
The 32 members of the 100th recruit class of the Missouri Highway Patrol entered Rackers Fieldhouse at Helias Catholic High School on Friday morning, chanting a cadence as they completed their graduating ceremonies.
Within hours of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-gender marriages throughout the nation, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster moved to dismiss two lawsuit appeals pending in state and federal courts.
A man says he plans to live on top of a St. Louis billboard until the city can go seven days without a homicide.
The Empire District Electric Company has permission to increase rates by what amounts to about $7 a month for some southwest Missouri residential customers.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a bill aimed at revamping the state's student transfer system.
Storms with wind gusts up to 80 mph and torrential rains swept across Missouri overnight into Friday morning, leaving more than 150,000 homes and businesses without power and forcing dozens of water rescues.
Gov. Jay Nixon will veto a bill to revamp the state’s system allowing students to transfer from failing schools, two Missouri lawmakers who took a lead in crafting the legislation said on Thursday.
Missouri health care advocates praised a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday that backs nationwide subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, while Republican leaders continued to call the health care law flawed and renewed calls to ax it.
Ferguson's mostly white police force, widely maligned after the fatal shooting of a black man by a white officer last summer, is trying to become more diverse despite the St. Louis suburb's battered image and regional competition from better-paying police agencies, the interim police chief said.