Jan Craig Meentemeyer, 61, of St. Louis, died June 7, 2012.
Eric Scott Jansing, 40, of Columbia, died June 13, 2012.
Three Columbia public schools were locked down Thursday afternoon after a robbery at the Academic Employees Credit Union The lock down has since been lifted.
Norm Benedict, a Columbia native, writes about his memoir, "Thumbs Up, 'V' for Victory, I Love You," about growing up in 1940s and 1950s America.
New government standards, soaring gas prices and improving automotive technologies have given Americans a nudge towards vehicles with smaller, more fuel efficient engines.
After 11 states filed suit against the EPA, the agency decided to make the move to decrease the amount of soot released into the air, which might improve Americans' health.
The alley between Broadway and Walnut Street will be temporarily closed beginning Monday morning and lasting through June 29. Individual segments of the alley will be closed at a time.
The girl, 12, was shot in the head March 24 while she and her brother, 15, were left alone in their home west of Bolivar.
St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long is hitting the playbook again, learning another defense. It's nothing new for the former No. 2 draft pick.
A Polk County judge ruled Wednesday that the March 24 death of Sierra Elliott met the criteria to move the case from juvenile to adult court.
For more than a decade, Missourians have been able to ban most telemarketing calls from their landline phones, a protection that has been extended to cellphones following a bill-signing ceremony Thursday.
One of the snakes is a 6-foot-long albino boa constrictor. Another missing boa constrictor is 5 feet long. All told, the animals are worth more than $10,000.
Lawrence Guthrie of Jackson was charged Wednesday after shooting at his wife during a domestic assault and then firing shots at police officers who responded to the 911 call.
Marquicio Johnson was convicted of beating 2-year-old Orionis Barron-Taylor to death in April.
The co-owner of the once prominent marketer of auto services will be sentenced Sept. 28. His brother, Darain Atkinson, pleaded guilty in April and faces sentencing July 16.
A southwest Missouri man was sentenced to eight years in prison for setting arson fires at truck stops across six states.
A "breeding trio" consisting of the mother, father and a second female will help raise the kits, a practice common in the wild but rare in captivity.
Democratic House members Rochelle Walton Gray and Sylvester Taylor each filed to run in the 75th House District in St. Louis County. That district was redrawn last year and includes pieces of both lawmakers' current House districts.
Registered nurses at Research Medical Center in Kansas City have voted for union representation.