Attorney general candidates criticize DNR in third debate

Democratic candidate Chris Koster said the Natural Resources Department has not done its job of adequately regulating the environment, while Republican candidate Mike Gibbons said the relationship between the department and the attorney general's office needs to be repaired.

Signs erected to remember Missouri trooper

He died in a 1987 crash in Buchanan County.

Fort Leonard Wood soldier charged with murder

The man was accused of killing another soldier's wife.

Man charged in Internet sex crimes investigation

An investigation by the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force led to the arrest Tuesday of a 44-year-old man charged with two counts of sexual misconduct involving a child.

Donation by Munchkin actor prompts police inquiry

Mickey Carroll, 89, one of the last surviving Munchkins from the 1939 classic film "The Wizard of Oz," has lived for years in the village of Bel-Nor, a St. Louis suburb. His caretaker now says a former suburban St. Louis police chief took advantage of him.

Boy injured in house fire Monday night

After the boy's father and mother escaped the fire, the boy's father went back inside to rescue his son.

Planning and Zoning to hold hearing about Cunningham Road

The city's Major Roadway plan reflects plans to extend the street north through  Bonnie View Park and Audubon Society property.

U.S. investigating Ford tire valves

The federal government is investigating more than 1 million Ford Motor Co. vehicles after receiving reports of tires leaking from faulty valve stems made by a Chinese company.

Vehicle goes airborne over I-70

A vehicle veered off U.S. 63 on Tuesday morning and landed in the median of Interstate 70, leaving the driver injured.

Columbia College gets one goal to beat Missouri Baptist

Dylan Barduzzi scored his ninth goal of the season with less than nine minutes left in the match.