The soldier died at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri.
University presidents in Missouri, as well as campus police, are all against legislation that would allow concealed weapons on campus, while supporters of the bill stand their ground.
A surprise attempt to oust Larry Kay, the director of the Missouri Veterans Commission, failed. Gov. Jay Nixon affirmed his support for Kay and denied allegations of involvement.
The Missouri Senate passed a House bill that will make sexual relations between correctional workers and individuals on parole or probation legal, reversing existing legislation.
Better Courts for Missouri, a watchdog group, is trying to obtain e-mails from Supreme Court employees.
An agreement between the two has Zootoo giving an undisclosed amount of money to Stray Rescue, a St. Louis animal shelter that won a national contest sponsored by Zootoo with a $1 million prize.
About$60,000 worth of frozen chicken was taken from six stolen refrigerator trucks found in Kansas City. Police warn the public to only buy chicken from reputable vendors.
A lawsuit argues prison workers were given almost no notice before being forced to use compensatory time off to avoid earning overtime pay.
Lebanon teenager Perry McClenahan was found dead in his home Saturday. Preliminary autopsy results showed he died from alcohol poisoning. The Laclede County sheriff said the two people who are suspected of supplying the minors with alcohol have been identified and might face charges.
Charges against a northeast Missouri man accused of killing his wife and young son have been upgraded to first-degree murder following a preliminary hearing that included gruesome details about the crime.
The pastor of a smallMissouri church in Newton County has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for molesting an underage girl and photographing another in the nude. A plea agreement dropped 18 other counts he was facing.
The owner of a securities firm in St. Louis has been sentenced to almost six years in prison for taking nearly $5 million from investors. He also failed to pay taxes on more than $800,000.
The legislation requires earlier notice of local public meetings on a variety of controversial issues, increases the fines for some violations of open records and meetings laws and requires more of the Missouri Ethics Commission's meetings and documents to be made public.
One person is still being sought after the fight that broke out around 1 p.m. Tuesday at Imagine College Preparatory High School in St. Louis.
A child fatality review board will convene next week to look into the death of a southeast Missouri child killed when an unfinished wooden swing set collapsed on him.
Independence police say they have apprehended one of two burglary suspects believed to have holed up in a medical building that burned overnight. Police do not know the fate of the second suspect, who might still be inside the burned-out structure.
Cole County Judge Patricia Joyce agreed with the wording for an iniative aimed at passing a constitutional amendment that would bar public funds for abortion services and types of stem cell research. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, who drafts the wording for ballot iniatives, came under fire from both supporters and opponents of the bill for not using their word suggestions in the ballot summary.
The proposed bill lowers income tax rates for middle-income earners and raises some deductions. Sponsor Rep. Scott Lipke, R-Jackson, said though the bill could reduce state revenue by $180 to $360 million, it will stimulate the economy and increase spending.
St. Louis-based AmerenUE has considered building another reactor in mid-Missouri, but talks in the Missouri legislature regarding the issue have stalled. The bill would repeal a current law prohibiting a utility from charging customers before they received power from the reactor. Supporters say it's unlikely the three weeks left in the legislative session would allow enough time for the bill to pass.