2 soldiers shocked in Fort Leonard Wood accident still hospitalized

The National Guard said in a news release that the two soldiers were in stable condition Friday at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Valley Park mayor under scrutiny after arrest

Mayor Nathan Grellner was stopped by Byrnes Mill police for speeding on Tuesday. Authorities say Grellner tried to flee the scene then struggled with police.

Rockville picked for horse slaughtering plant

A former beef packing plant near Rockville is being renovated for the horse slaughtering plant. The plant should open by the end of summer and eventually create 50 jobs.

Missouri auditor's office to review state Senate

The last audit of the legislature was completed in 2009 and found that lobbyists were not reporting some expenses to the state Ethics Commission.

Funeral director specializes in reconstruction

Funeral director Ronald Jones is a pro in reconstructing those who have been disfigured by a gruesome death.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Balancing diverse interests at Lake of the Ozarks remains a challenge

On Tuesday, federal regulators adopted measures that aim to protect an estimated 1,500 private structures at the Lake of the Ozarks.

St. Louis judge faces disciplinary hearing

Judge Barbara Peebles is accused of allowing clerks to perform her responsibilities while she was on vacation.

Southeast Missouri prosecutor resigns over budget concerns

Monte Phillips was elected prosecutor in Ripley County in 2010. He resigned Wednesday. Gov. Jay Nixon will appoint a replacement.

Police say woman arrested in St. Louis Walmart was cooking meth

St. Louis County police say the woman was arrested for shoplifting Thursday night. Security officers then allegedly discovered a 20-ounce bottle of cooking meth in her purse.

Kansas landfill now filled with Joplin debris

A landfill in Galena, Kan., is now filled with more than 90 percent of the debris from the May 2011 Joplin tornado.

Red Hat Society gives adult women a 'license to play'

Being a member of the Red Hat Society, a global social networking community for women, encourages women to have fun through middle age and beyond.

Missouri sanctuary owner wins damages in monkey theft

Two of the monkeys have been returned to the Monkey Island Rescue and Zoological Sanctuary in Greenwood since they were taken in October 2007. The other monkey remains missing.

I'll Have Another scratched from Belmont

According to Dennis O'Neill, brother of trainer Doug O'Neill, the horse galloped Friday morning and after a veterinary scan, his left front tendon seemed "kind of tender."