At Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks
U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley says U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will personally review the case of an Iowa man who drowned while in a Missouri state trooper's custody at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Opponents of three new ordinances limiting the sales and use of tobacco and e-cigarettes have launched a petition drive to erase the new laws.
A southeast Missouri man's prison term will end April 15 after he was granted clemency this week by President Barack Obama.
Missouri’s Department of Economic Development has been named the No. 1 economic development agency in the country.
A St. Louis-area woman accused in the shaking death of a 13-month-old girl may get a new trial date.
Southeast Missouri State University is moving forward on its plans to establish a housing option specifically for students in Greek organizations.
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander says he is reducing the amount of state tax revenue needed for his office.
A homeless 14-year-old whose story was featured on NBC's "Today" show will receive a full scholarship from a central Missouri women's college.
A Salvation Army spokesman says someone has dropped a gold tooth into a holiday collection kettle.
The Missouri Gaming Commission will be getting a new executive director next year.
In the aftermath of Michael Brown's death, legal activists suggested that some of the raw anger in suburban St. Louis had its roots in an unlikely place — traffic court.
Authorities say a sex offender has been arrested after performing as Santa Claus for Kansas City area children.
Gov. Jay Nixon is throwing his support behind home care workers, of which a handful caroled outside his mansion Thursday and called on him to ensure they receive a pay increase.
Missouri officials are ratcheting back their expectations for the state's finances while forecasting modest growth for the future.
One of the school districts for students from Ferguson is facing a lawsuit alleging school board elections discriminate against black residents.
Members of a Joplin parish whose church, rectory and elementary school were destroyed in the May 2011 tornado have celebrated the first Mass at their new building.
A former Republican state lawmaker who narrowly lost a November election for St. Louis County executive has asked for a recount on the final possible day to make such a request.
A northwest Missouri commercial truck driver has been convicted of transporting a minor across state lines for prostitution.
The cities of Ferguson and Dellwood are hosting a community resource fair Friday to connect residents with nonprofit service providers.
An Illinois parolee has been charged with helping steal assault-style rifles and other firearms from a store and plotting to sell them to protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.