A man left the scene with an undisclosed amount of money.
A former Kansas City-area cop is charged with murdering two women and raping a third. Prosecutors said DNA evidence links Jeffrey Dean Moreland to the attacks.
The man arrested was charged with receiving stolen property, resisting arrest and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon.
Columbia police kept busy with 337 firework complaints during the weekend, but there were no fatalities on the roads of Boone County.
Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams said his department is having difficulty filling all positions, and he sees a role for volunteers in helping serve and protect the city.
The man told police he was assaulted on the dance floor, but he was unable to provide any other information about the suspect.
A nonprofit group will attempt to create a data-driven report on the relationship between Missouri's sentencing and its recidivism rate.
It's been more than two months since Kylan Stubler disappeared. As his family and friends hope for his return, a police investigation has turned up no good leads.
A man was treated for a large laceration near his right eye and various cuts around his body.
A 19-year-old was taken to the hospital with a collapsed lung after a large fight downtown Thursday night.
The man was caught on Interstate 55 south of St. Louis.
John Krivokapich of Stockton, Calif., pleaded guilty to child pornography charges in a case involving a 15-year-old-girl from Tipton, Mo.
Police were still searching for a man suspected of kidnapping a Columbia woman. The woman was found safe just after 1 p.m. at the MU Women's and Children's Hospital.
Columbia Police Officers were dispatched to Foyer Court around 1 a.m. Saturday for a physical disturbance. One person was struck in the earlobe by a bullet.
Robert Foster, 48, was arguing with his girlfriend when he pointed a gun at her head and threatened to kill her.
Ronald D. Nole is suspected of stealing up to $64,000 in metal and selling it for cash at a local recycling facility.
There were no injuries and the robber did not gain entry to the bank, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
A Missouri judge decided that a juvenile officer used deceptive tactics to interview Alyssa Bustamante about the death of a 9-year-old neighbor girl, and the statement will not be used.
On Monday, Washington's felony trial was delayed likely until early fall. His attorney had predicted the misdemeanor would be pushed back as well.