A burglary suspect is jailed after being held at gunpoint by a woman until police arrived at the St. Louis home where the break-in occurred.
Boeing’s latest venture in St. Louis opens up new possibilities for the region, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and a Boeing vice president said this week.
A southwest Missouri woman has been sentenced to seven years in prison for leaving the scene of an accident after she fatally hit a bicyclist while fleeing from her boyfriend.
Federal funds will provide $30 million for Alzheimer's disease research at Washington University in St. Louis over the next five years.
Protesters upset with police over their handling of demonstrations related to the Michael Brown shooting managed to shut down St. Louis City Hall.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday ended the state of emergency that he declared for the St. Louis area ahead of unrest over the Ferguson grand jury decision, praising the work of police and the National Guard in preventing any protest-related deaths.
A new Missouri education commissioner has been chosen to replace a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.
Schweich gives ag dept. overall 'good' rating
State Auditor Tom Schweich this morning questioned why Missouri’s Agriculture department gave larger raises to 10 employees over the two years than most state employees received during the same time.
A Ferguson police officer has reached a confidential settlement with the mother of a Jefferson County teenager who was hogtied in his own driveway after a confrontation.
No criminal charges will be filed in an investigation of a contract for work at the St. Louis County police lab, a probe that the county executive believes cost him his job.
A Columbia man serving a three-year federal prison sentence for sending money to his relatives in Iraq in defiance of U.S. sanctions has been released to a local halfway house.
A trail of dirt decorated the Capitol floor from Senate research rooms through the printing press area and ending in a House hearing room after Gov. Jay Nixon toured areas that needed repair with lawmakers, bureaucrats and reporters in tow.
Gov. Jay Nixon is planning to tour the nooks and crannies of the Missouri Capitol to get a first-hand look at repairs that could be financed through a bonding plan.
A former health care company neurosurgeon in suburban St. Louis will face no state disciplinary action for operating on the wrong side of a woman’s brain.
Some Missouri student immigrants spared from potential deportation could qualify for the same community college scholarships as state residents who are citizens under a proposal under fire from a Republican lawmaker.
It’s been nearly 11½ years since a May 22, 2003 fiery crash on Interstate 70 near the Missouri 13 interchange killed a Highway Patrol trooper and severely burned a former Chamois man.
When Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon spearheaded the formation of a state-sanctioned online university, he envisioned that its students would eligible for the same state financial aid as those at traditional public universities.
A prosecutor released hundreds of pages of additional documents Saturday from the investigation into the police shooting of Michael Brown, including an interview transcript of a friend who initially asserted that he had seen Brown get shot in the back.
A Kansas City police officer is recovering from his injuries from a confrontation in which he shot a woman who was dragging him around with her car.
A Springfield business executive and three passengers in a small, private plane he was piloting narrowly averted disaster after the aircraft clipped a cellphone tower and continued for a mile and a half before crashing into a vacant lot.