Four Anheuser-Busch heirs say they worry that their brother, Billy Busch, will turn Grant’s Farm animal park into a subdivision.
A judge on Monday temporarily blocked Missouri’s health department from revoking the abortion license held by a Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia as its physician loses hospital privileges required under state law.
A southwest Missouri newspaper's recent attempts to obtain emails from three former public officials in Joplin resulted in two denials because the records were wiped clean soon after the leaders left office.
Michael Brown once told an uncle that the world would know his name one day, and he was right. Fifteen months after the black 18-year-old’s killing by a white Ferguson police officer made him a key figure in the debate over the treatment of blacks by U.S. law enforcement, though, Brown lies buried in relative obscurity.
A 53-year-old University of Missouri graduate teaching assistant is accused of pulling a teenage family member out of a Columbia school because she wasn’t wearing a traditional headscarf worn by some Muslim women.
A southwest Missouri school district has a new policy governing bathroom usage for transgender students that some civil rights advocates are calling discriminatory.
The cause of a fire that destroyed three Sedalia homes on Thanksgiving Day isn't known.
Missouri lawmakers are set to question officials in Gov. Jay Nixon's administration Monday on how the state spends money to help refugees amid concern about the resettling of Syrians in the United States following the deadly attacks in Paris.
Gov. Jay Nixon this week called on a state agency to use settlement funds to restore areas of southeastern Missouri that were damaged by lead contamination, a move praised by local officials and state lawmakers who for months questioned why money was going to projects in places untouched by lead.
A library science program at the University of Missouri has regained accreditation.
The $380-million Gateway Arch grounds overhaul in St. Louis has opened its first renovated park.
A south-central Missouri man has been charged in a deadly crash.
St. Louis has officially canceled its contract for major music festivals that never got off the ground.
Federal officials want landowners in Indiana and nine other states including Missouri to grow milkweed to boost the population of monarch butterflies.
"The Bridges of Madison County," with a superb score by Jason Robert Brown, starts an eight-month U.S. tour on Saturday that features both a story about a lost soul mate and a chance at musical redemption.
Mark Twain's 180th birthday is being celebrated this weekend in his boyhood hometown.
Administrators of a thrift store in suburban St. Louis are trying to reunite someone with $1,200 in cash that officials say appears to have been accidentally included in donated items
A fire broke out in a Sedalia home and spread to at least two other homes.
The National World War I Museum and Memorial at Liberty Memorial in Kansas City has broken its attendance record again.
A long-awaited extension of Grant's Trail near St. Louis is moving ahead, with the promise of what will become a continuous 17-mile route for bicyclists, walkers and runners.