Civil rights leader Leon Jordan, a former Kansas City police officer, was shot in 1970. A new investigation may link his death to organized crime.
After paying fines, Democratic House member Leonard "Jonas" Hughes IV can finally start working.
A woman died when her vehicle went off the road Wednesday.
The Joplin Globe has reported that the university in Joplin expects to phase out baccalaureate programs in justice studies and management technology.
The aquarium will feature fish from the Missouri River, the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It will also feature a walk-through tunnel.
Missouri Chief Justice William Ray Price thinks alternative sentencing programs are key to reducing recidivism.
The mechanic was pinned between the Arch's structure and its tram.
The storm could push Tulsa, Okla., past its all-time record for snowfall in a single winter.
Public Service Commission Chairman Robert Clayton said he had accomplished what he had set out to accomplish, but there is still plenty of work to be done.
The Bruins built an early lead and defeated Springfield Central 84-28 on Tuesday at Rock Bridge.
The Tigers' Dom Bradley and Todd Schavrien, two of the top collegiate wrestlers in the country, both aspire to reach the highest level of their sport.
August Busch IV's girlfriend died on Dec. 19. The medical examiner has ruled that the death was an accident.
Missouri lawmakers passed legislation in 2009 that allowed districts to adopt a shortened schedule.
The Hickman boys basketball team lost 64-56 on Wednesday at Liberty.
Prosecutors and law enforcement want to reduce gang-related violence by increasing sentences for alleged gang members.
The driver of a Pontiac Montana was sent to the hospital after his vehicle crashed into a parked Saturn Aura, police said.