Police chiefs association supports red light cameras

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association announced Wednesday that it supports red light cameras. The announcement came almost a week after the St. Louis Police Officers Association said it opposes the cameras.

Police: KC man shot daughter for dumping his gin

A Kansas City man is accused of shooting his 26-year-old daughter after she dumped his bottle of gin out on St. Patrick's Day. The woman's injuries are not life threatening.

Missouri approves transportation stimulus project list

The Missouri transportation commissioners approved an $833 million plan for improving roads, bridges and other modes of transportation with federal economic stimulus money.

Southwest Missouri deputy found innocent of abuse charges

A jury found 28-year-old Jacob Boles innocent of both counts of second-degree statutory sodomy.

Investigation continues into St. Louis restaurant fire

Crystal City restaurant Jade Gardens caught on fire Thursday; the investigation is ongoing.

Missouri teacher charged with having sexual contact with student

A Missouri kindergarten teacher is charged with having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student working as a tutor in her class.

Mother, son charged in fire at Stockton stores

A mother and son have been charged with arson in connection with a fire that gutted a tobacco store, pizza shop, video store and an empty building at a strip mall in Stockton. 

Nixon nominates lawyer for Missouri education board

With the Senate's approval, a graduate of MU's law school will fill the State Board of Education's vacancy.

University of Missouri Press cuts jobs, titles

The scholarly publication had its best sales year in 2008 but still has a budget deficit.