The Army Corps of Engineers plans to release extra water into the Missouri River to provide a better breeding habitat for an endangered fish, much to the chagrin of a Missouri farmer and levee expert.
A McDonald County Deputy is on trial for two counts of second-degree satutory sodomy after being accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl.
Gov. Jay Nixon will hold a news conference Wednesday to make an announcement about Missouri tourism and the All-Star Game, which will be held at the Busch Stadium this summer.
Col. Rad Talburt will retire as the head of the Missouri State Water Patrol on April 1, after over 20 years with the agency.
Prisoner David Rocklage escaped from a St. Charles hospital Tuesday night. He was taken to the hospital after complaining of chest pains.
The unemployment rate in Missouri increased to 8.3 percent February, the highest in the state since 1986.
An Amtrak passenger train hit a vehicle obstructing the tracks at around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. No injuries have been reported.
Petland has been accused by the Humane Society of the United States of selling sick puppies to unsuspecting customers.
Aimed at preventing mad cow disease, FDA rules make disposing of dead livestock more costly.
The man who was caught on surveillance fleeing Central Bank with cash has been identified as 55-year-old Dennis Watson.
Two men entered guilty pleas in a Kansas City federal court Tuesday for involvement in a drug-distribution conspiracy. As part of the plea, both men forfeited to the government more than $150,000 that was seized by law enforcemnt officers.
One victim, a 21-year-old woman, was identified. Two of the other victims were her nephews.
The city missed a $53 semiannual lease charge on its post office box, causing U.S. Postal Service employees to close it on Feb. 19. The box was reopened Thursday, but many parking ticket payments are missing or were returned to the senders.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has decided not proceed with deportation hearings for Noe Guzman, a 17-year-old senior at New Haven High School in eastern Missouri. But he still must leave by November.
A legally blind man heard noises coming from an his female neighbor's apartment and found a convicted rapist waiting for her to return from work.
A barge worker fell into the Mississippi River as the barge was about to dock and spent about an hour in the water.
The state will waive sales tax on appliances designed to increase energy efficiency from April 19-25.
The Missouri Supreme Court also ruled that only sex offenders convicted after 1995 need to register in the state's database.
The ability to change the governor's annual budget proposal before it hits the legislature has given the House budget chair a strong role in Missouri's budget process.
Department of Agriculture officials are calling Cathy Gieseker the "Madoff of the Midwest." State officials claim that Gieseker ran a pyramid scheme offering up to 30 percent higher prices on crops before the scheme fell through. At least 140 farmers claim they have been taken advantage of by Gieseker and losses could total over $15 million.