A Kansas City woman has been charged with drugging her baby with methadone, a painkiller known mainly for treating heroin addiction.
Rolla police say a 10-month-old baby has been rescued from a burning vehicle.
A suburban Kansas City man has been acquitted of fatally shooting a couple as their young children sat in a nearby vehicle.
In 2012, Sen. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, vowed to stand on the floor until his legs gave out in opposition of a bill that would establish a statewide program created to track prescribed controlled substances.
A southwestern Missouri woman was ordered Friday to spend 14 years in prison after she admitted in court she had a role in killing a man whose body was found by hikers along a Table Rock Lake shore.
The Kansas City school district said Friday that it is looking into sponsoring a charter school, after state education officials gave it permission to do so.
A Kansas City, Missouri, man has ordered to spend 18 years in prison for pummeling his blind former girlfriend with a hammer.
The Kansas City Council has agreed to pay $1.75 million to settle a lawsuit with an air cargo company.
A Delaware university official has been chosen to serve as the new provost of Saint Louis University.
Restaurants and other businesses say they should be responsible for withholding state income taxes only from wages and the amount of tips workers report to them.
Even though Madisen Ward is in a band with his mother, when the duo performs onstage he sees her as something else: a musician.
Two children who were killed by their father before he shot himself during a standoff in Springfield will be buried this weekend.
Claims of ‘dreadful welfare system’
When it comes to welfare reform, the Chicago-based Heartland Institute said Thursday, Missouri earned four “F”s and two “D”s — and ranked last in the nation, down from 49th in the institute’s 2008 report.
A bill to legalize the production of industrial hemp in the state and exclude the plant from the definition of marijuana passed through a House select committee Wednesday night.
Lawmakers on Thursday sent a bill aimed at spurring growth in Missouri’s dairy industry to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk, one of the first bills to make it that far this session.
Uber and Lyft have expressed different reactions to new regulations for ride sharing services proposed by Kansas City.
Marcus Johnson Jr.'s parents figured a sunny day at the park was just what their son needed while recovering from heart surgery. Instead, the outing turned deadly.
Any advertisements or educational materials paid for with taxpayer funds would have to carry a notice of that fact under a bill supporters say will increase transparency.
An Illinois woman who federal investigators say helped five other Bosnian immigrants funnel money and military supplies to terror groups in Iraq and Syria made her first court appearance Thursday in Missouri after being arrested in Germany.
Plans for a new Greek housing project at Southeast Missouri State University proceed despite criticism over the demolition of historic buildings.