A St. Louis man convicted in a 1991 double murder was granted a stay of execution Friday. His supporters say he confessed to the murder after being beaten by police.
The unidentified St. Louis man was infected with a bacteria that causes the disease ehrlichiosis.
The mother of two children who were murdered by their father 5 years ago finds sollace in the Independence playground that was built in their memory.
A 34-acre park on the banks of the Missippi River opposite the Gateway Arch opened Saturday and cost about $15 million to create.
A soldier stationed in Ft. Leonard Wood was killed by a rocket-propelled grenade in Iraq on Thursday. He was expected to return home to his family in July.
The collapse, which happened in December 2005, sent more than 1 billion gallons of water through the Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park.
Making the park has been talked about for years, and it is named after Malcolm W. Martin, a man who pushed hard for its creation. East St. Louis has struggled with poverty for years, and the hope is that the park will bring more tourists to the city.
Rides at carnivals and amusement parks are undergoing spot checks from the Missouri Department of Public Safety. The inspections have not located any problems so far.
Gov. Jay Nixon visited the Missouri Career Center in Columbia on Thursday to promote newly signed legislation that eliminates Missouri's corporate franchise tax for most of the businesses that pay it and enlarging the tax incentives available for employers who expand their payrolls or plant
Christian Ferguson, a boy who disappeared in 2003, will be among those honored in a parade this Saturday in St. Louis. His mother, Theda Thomas, helped to organize the event.
A miniature donkey and miniature horse were recently born at the Longmeadow Rescue Ranch. The Humane Society of Missouri is holding a contest to name them.
As a result of Department of Defense cuts to two aircraft programs, 16,000 jobs could be lost. The regional impact would mean $32 billion in lost annual revenue.
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed a lower court's ruling in favor of the city of Valley Park's law that prohibits the hiring of illegal immigrants.
Reginald Clemons' parents personally delivered a letter Thursday to Gov. Jay Nixon's office pleading for the cancellation of the June 17 execution of their son, who was sentenced to death for the 1991 murders of two young adults. Nixon, who was traveling to promote his signing of an economic development bill, said he would carefully consider a clemency request regarding the matter.
Former Gov. Matt Blunt and his wife, Melanie Blunt, are expecting a child in January 2010.
Tony La Russa claims the unauthorized Twitter.com page damaged his reputation and caused emotional distress. The page includes distasteful references to two Cardinal pitchers who have died in recent years.
The parents of condemned prisoner Reginald Clemons are asking Gov. Jay Nixon to spare his life.
Prison officials were unaware that calls to a tips hot line were blocked for nearly a year. The problem apparently stemmed from TIPS Hotline call takers blocking a detention facility call this past July.
Police say the 7-Eleven store on Wornall Road in Kansas City has been robbed 13 times in the past 18 months, including twice in May.
A Silex woman is charged with production of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child. Her trial date is set for Sept. 14.