The International Brotherhood of Teamsters says lenders are holding up a potential plan for helping Interstate Bakeries Corp. of Kansas City exit almost four years of bankruptcy protection, endangering thousands of jobs.
A St. Louis man is sentenced to 15 years in prison for burglarizing several churches and setting fire to one. The sentence was handed down Monday for 40-year-old Frank Allen Zdanowski. He had earlier pleaded guilty to 23 charges.
Missouri's social services agency was supposed to produce a list of employers who had a significant number of employees on Medicaid, but the agency said it couldn't name names.
Israel Schwartz disappeared nine years ago when he was supposed to show up for sentencing for child abuse.
Kyle Medley, 18, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and misdemeanor property damage in the attack that took place in an O'Fallon drugstore.
The audit calls for the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to take a greater role in making sure school districts are adhering to state safety laws.
With the spotlight following the major players seeking the most important offices, candidates for Legislature try to use that buzz to win the support of voters who like a party’s governor or presidential candidate but haven’t heard of the person who wants to represent them in the Legislature.
The job cuts are part of corporate owner Gannett's plan to eliminate 1,000 jobs nationwide.
Dr. Alan Doerhoff, the surgeon banned from presiding over the state's executions after admitting he transposed numbers, talks about his work — including the execution of Timothy McVeigh — and the foolproof way to execute a person.
Margaret Donnelly, who lost to Chris Koster in the Democratic primary by fewer than 800 votes, will ask for a recount when the election results are certified.
Margaret Donnelly, who lost the Democratic primary by fewer than 800 votes to Chris Koster, plans to ask for a recount after the election results are certified.
Racing boosters have a long way to go if they hope to reintroduce parimutuel betting and revive the state's long-dormant horse racing industry.
The survey also found that nearly 40 percent between 14 and 25 gamble for something of value.
Wesa-A-Geh-Ya in Warren County is shutting down in the wake of a tiger attack earlier this month that cost an employee part of his leg.
The group, which circulated petitions to restrict eminent domain, is arguing that the secretary of state wrongly invalidated thousands of signatures on those petitions.
The two lawsuits contend the measure violates the Missouri Constitution's prohibition against petitions dealing with more than one subject.
She is 5-year-old Griffin Calvert of Hillsboro.
The company will buy back $8.5 billion in auction-rate securities nationwide, ending the "nightmare" for thousands of investors who had money tied up in the securities, Robin Carnahan said.