Two Kansas City police officers shot and killed a man after he tried to swing a sword at them.
Despite eight arrests since the beginning of 2007, the rate of arrests for Missouri legislators falls well below the rate of the other state residents.
The county has been unable to hire a medical examiner, and MU has provided forensic pathology services for other counties.
Hulshof rebuilds his campaign account with contributions made after Missouri’s contribution cap was lifted last week. The primary elections left several losing candidates in debt.
For the second time in less than a month, the Missouri Supreme Court has given a reprieve to a death row inmate. John Middleton was scheduled to die by injection Sept. 17 for the 1995 shooting deaths of three people in northwest Missouri.
The Delaware senator is slated to meet with voters to discuss the country’s economic challenges. Campaign officials have not indicated which city Biden will visit.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources lifted the boil order Thursday after 11 tests for bacteria showed no problem.
Brockman's Cafe, which has been serving breakfast and lunch to customers at the Missouri State Fairgrounds for 51 years, is shutting its doors.
The shelter had moved the 72 women and children housed there, but an anonymous donation will allow the shelter to re-open.
A Friday morning fire in a St. Charles apartment complex left one man dead, three people injured and 12 families displaced.
The National Weather Service said wet weather left over from the hurricane that hit the Gulf Coast on Monday dropped as much as 6 inches of rain in Missouri on Wednesday and Thursday.
Shareholders of the Belgian beer company will vote Sept. 29 on the company’s $52 billion bid for St. Louis-based Anheuser-Busch.
Of the 42 Missouri judges whose names will appear on this year’s retention election ballots, The Missouri Bar recommended ousting only one from the bench. Some Republicans, however, criticize the state’s nonpartisan process for judicial selection for being too secretive and giving attorneys too much power.
A St. Louis man was awarded $8.5 million in damages in 2005 after he contracted polio in 1987.
The 1139th Military Police Company of the Missouri National Guard helps the devastated town in Louisiana
Drilling in the river will help geology crews make decisions about the foundation and footing of the bridge.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate hopes to convince people to teach math and science with gradually increasing annual bonuses.
After years of financial problems, the Saint Louis Symphony will be able to use the gift to focus on its audience.
Investigators say the body might be that of John Dunivan, a former Butler Coutny clerk who was charged with child sodomy.