A Kansas City man has been arrested on a murder charge for a Jefferson City home robbery in which a man was shot to death.
Capt. Michael Smith of the Jefferson City Police Department said Tuesday's events were a "very unique situation." Police said they could not confirm that the employee who first reported the hostage situation had any evidence to support her claim.
Five related men have been arrested in connection with a child abuse case with allegations dating from 1988 to 1995. Police are searching for clues on property that was once owned by two of the men.
Former neighbors of Jared Leroy Mohler were surprised to find out he was arrested in connection with a sex abuse case.
The jars are believed to contain messages from more than 15 years ago documenting the allegations of sexual abuse.
Five men have been charged with sexual felonies with children and with bestiality from 1988 to 1995. They are being held in the Lafayette County jail. Authorities are searching a rural property outside Bates City for evidence and said they think there might be more victims.
Ted Robertson, who works on the sixth floor of the Governor Office Building, looked out his window and saw police snipers.
Five family members, one of Columbia, were charged with forcible sodomy, rape and use of a child in a sexual performance.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating the death, which occurred after the Holts Summit man's brother called the Callaway County Sheriff's Department, the patrol says.
Bill Miller was chosen by Nixon to run Missouri's human resources system.
The man killed when a crane fell over at a Kansas City construction site Tuesday has been identified as 35-year-old Ryan Goodman of Lee's Summitt.
Following the death of a 59-year-old worker, OSHA has concluded that a Springfield company exposed workers to being hit by debris and fined the company $511,000.
After the drug maker Pfizer announced plans to cut 600 jobs in Chesterfield, the company is in danger of having $7 million in tax breaks revoked if it falls under a certain level of employment.
On July 8, the largest dogfighting raid in U.S. history took place in three states including Missouri. Four months later, more than 120 dogs from the raid will have been placed in foster homes by week's end, with an additional 117 still waiting.
The Stars and Stripes Museum and Library chronicles the Stars and Stripes newspaper's history from its Civil War beginnings to current day. The museum's displays include weapons, vehicles and uniforms paired with photos and stories from the Stars and Stripes.
State regulators have ordered a Jefferson City funeral home to close amid accusations that it double-charged clients and did not issue refunds for canceled plans. A court hearing is scheduled for Friday.
With one exception, Missouri representatives voted with their parties on the U.S. House health care bill.
Missouri's new revenue director, Alana Barragán-Scott, says while the state needs money, it doesn't need it as the cost of selling drivers' licences to teens who are not quite ready for driving responsibilities.
Two condominium developments and a restaurant are accused by the Missouri Attorney General of allowing sewage to be dumped into the Lake of the Ozarks.
The decision might bring the state closer to being allowed to hold executions again.