Six sites across Missouri are participating in a new program that offers a year of free diapers to new mothers who agree to give up cigarettes.
The family of an eastern Missouri man killed in flooding already was struggling to pay for another funeral.
St. Louis leaders will give residents and businesses an opportunity to weigh in on whether the city should raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Could training stem police shootings? Las Vegas is a test
After high-profile deaths at the hands of police in Ferguson, Missouri, Cleveland, New York and Baltimore, calls are growing to overhaul police training as experts point to widespread deficiencies.
The nightmares lasted a year after a Kansas City police officer rushed to help a 4-year-old girl who accidentally shot herself in the head.
A 42-year-old Kansas City man has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for killing his stepfather, whose body was found at the bottom of a partially filled backyard swimming pool.
Elson Floyd, the popular president of Washington State University whose influence in higher education and politics spread beyond the school in rural eastern Washington, has died from complications of colon cancer. He was 59.
Former Missouri House Speaker John Diehl, who resigned after exchanging sexually-suggestive text messages with a Capitol intern, also had affair with a former aide to Gov. Jay Nixon, according to a newly-released police report.
The St. Louis Cardinals have been the toast of their Midwestern city for generations, a source of civic pride as one of baseball’s most successful and cherished franchises.
The case of compromised Houston Astros player intel is a federal investigation, not a baseball probe, said MLB commissioner Rob Manfred.
They sit across a wide table from each other in a glass-walled conference room, the two men with graying hair trading barbs just as breezily as they trade praise.
As if the rain and flooding aren’t bad enough, Missouri is now seeing an increase in mosquitoes, drawn by all the water.
Arguments presented in Senate committee recordings case
A Cole County judge on Friday gave an advocacy group and state lawyers more than a week to file orders in a lawsuit challenging restrictions on filming Missouri Senate committee hearings.
People in the St. Louis area have gathered to mourn the nine people killed by a gunman at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, and to offer prayers and calls for an end to violence.
Search crews were looking for a Missouri man missing since a trip to go swimming in the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas.
St. Louis County police say a woman and her adult son whose bodies were found in a suburban St. Louis home appear to have died during a murder-suicide.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has released more than $22 million in previously withheld funding for job training, education and other programs.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is warning consumers to be alert for possible “storm-chasers.” Koster said storm-chasers typically go door-to-door offering to provide repair or cleanup services.
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander told some senior citizens Thursday a new law may help protect their investments.
Missouri state workers donned masks and blue gloves with the care of surgeons to cut open the Capitol’s 100-year-old time capsule Thursday, revealing relics such as a Bible, photos of the Capitol’s groundbreaking ceremony and yellowed newspapers.