A Sunrise Beach woman's body was found in 13-feet of water Wednesday. The cause of death is still unknown.
Missouri and several other capital punishment states are watching the arguments against Arkansas' use of lethal injections to execute inmates. Arguments that the method is unconstitutional will be heard by a panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis on Thursday.
The statue is of Arminius, also known as Hermann, who defeated a Roman army in the Battle of Teutoburg Forest.
The goal for those meeting in Jefferson City is to build support for improved passenger train service between St. Louis and Kansas City, with the ultimate hope of making it a high-speed rail corridor.
Sales of previously occupied homes fell in eight of 12 major Midwestern metropolitan areas, according to a monthly report released Thursday by The Associated Press and Re/Max. In St. Louis, sales fell almost 14 percent from a year ago, and the median sale price declined more than 6 percent to $135,900.
An equal housing council in St. Louis is filing 14 complaints, citing housing centers' discrimination against minorities and people with disabilities. The council claims that minorities are disproportionally represented in advertising materials.
State Sen. Bill Stouffer says his proposal runs contrary to "big-government spending" in Washington.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Thursday that it will pour $320 million into a cleanup of the Mississippi River basin during the next four years. The initiative will fund projects in 12 states — including Missouri — in an effort to reduce a "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico.
A man and woman plead guilty to training the woman's daughter to perform sex acts. They started the abuse when the girl was 12. The two of them profited greatly from selling video of the girl, as well as selling her as a prostitute.
The tax-preparation company is looking to make customers out of the people who walk through their doors by updating its offices, adjusting fees to mirror the economy and building a marketing campaign to reflect a different approach.
A pilot died in Tuesday's crash on his way home to Alaska by way of Kansas.
In an effort to attract seniors to the idea of a health care reform, Democrats are prodding AARP to support their cause.
The Republican from Napton says veteran Rep. Ike Skelton has recently become more liberal, belying his reputation as a conservative Democrat.
Orlando Hadley, 40 of St. Louis county, is facing charges for six counts of recklessly risking infection of another with HIV.
The teenager, who weighed 383 pounds, collapsed and died during football practice in August.
The motorcyclist ran a stop sign and was hit by a truck. Police said they were trying to stop him for a traffic violation.
The Black and Gold Game will be held on 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at Mizzou Arena. The event will kick off homecoming weekend festivities.
Kyle Zumbrunn, 26, of the Weston Police Department was arrested on suspicion of selling a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school.
John Prather, president of the Air Line Pilots Association, said regional airlines are jeopardizing the safety of passengers by making pilots fly when they are sick or tired and by punishing them when they report maintenance problems with planes.
The Missouri man is charged with misdemeanors that could put him in jail for 10 years. Troopers say his inattention caused the crash.