Dealers terminated by Chrysler have been busy clearing their lots. Some are in court arguing that dropping them won't save the company much money.
Uriah Williams, 63, fell off his fishing boat into the Dardenne Slough on Monday afternoon.
The list of allegations includes trying to refuse to file cases because of a budget dispute with county commissioners.
Fatal crash kills three, injures four others when vehicle collides with oncoming fire truck in Miller County on Sunday evening.
Smallpox vaccinations given to soldiers out of bioterrorism fears can have potentially fatal side effects. For Lance Cpl. Cory Belken from St. Louis, the vaccine's reaction to his pre-existing leukemia led to a frightening ordeal.
After a law to expand health insurance passed in 2007, the number of people insured has not increased substantially. Some Republican sponsors of the law attribute its shortcomings to a lack of marketing.
Cedar Hills Pet Cemetery owner said she has received late night calls more than once, seeking a consoling ear.
A tanker truck overturned, causing chemicals to be spilled onto the roadway.
An unlikely photographer's career began after he broke into and changed information in his Air Force personell file.
Gary Rhine, an auctioneer and a former cancer patient, pledges to raise over $10,000 in an auction at the 18 FORE Life charity event in Dexter, Mo.
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.