An East St. Louis, Ill., chemical spill caused eight people to be hospitalized and two Missouri hospital emergency rooms to be quarantined. The hospitals have since reopened their emergency rooms while one person remains hospitalized.
The Missouri governor is sending another 700 Missouri National Guard Members to Louisiana. Hurricane Gustav hit the U.S. coast Monday morning.
Missouri was once a stronghold for the species, and 45 males were brought from Kansas in hopes of raising the population count.
If Hurricane Gustav hits Louisiana as hard as predicted, Missouri is sending more helpers and preparing to shelter evacuees.
The Republican presidential campaign made a stop in O’Fallon on Sunday in preparation for the upcoming convention in Minnesota, but the focus was more on Sarah Palin and the impending hurricane.
To expand health coverage to the uninsured, Republican gubernatorial candidate Kenny Hulshof wants to dip deep into the money now paid to hospitals as reimbursement for their charity care.
The Midwest Innocence Project is reopening the case of five people convicted of causing a 1988 explosion that killed six Kansas City firefighters.
Many of those who haven't are more than 65 years old. But there's still time to file and collect a check. The deadline is Oct. 15.
The former drug dealer who has become a top chef, author and impending TV show host was in St. Louis to encourage youngsters to make better choices for themselves.
Harrell Johnson, accused of killing a 3-year-old girl in 2001, won’t have to face the possibility of the death penalty after prosecutors ruled it out.
McCain will appear with his vice presidential choice and other Missouri legislators Sunday at a minor league baseball park in O’Fallon.
Wilderness advocates are trying to win support for a plan to protect Missouri’s Mark Twain Forest. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson, who represents southeast Missouri, strongly opposes the plan.
With the money won, she says she will help her granddaughter go to college.
The new cuts follow cuts in March and an offer of voluntary early retirement a year ago.
The families of Amanda Jones and Heather Kullorn are still looking for information regarding their loved ones disappearances in eastern Missouri.
SEAL America is a grassroots movement to bring prayer and communion services to every state capitol in 2008.
The majority of those who haven’t applied for the checks are over the age of 65, leaving much of the burden for notifying them with organizations that cater to that population.
The St. Louis Zoo’s newest addition is a 105-pound baby zebra.
The birth of the male Grevy’s zebra was announced Thursday, a week after he was born. It is named Kalama after a community in northern Kenya.
Four people, including a 2-year-old girl, were shot Thursday afternoon while on their porch.
Two St. Louis police officers suffered minor injuries after pursuing a suspect they believed had stolen a car.