Rivers in Missouri are expected to reach flood level this week, but no significant problems are expected.
Curt Sleeper of Festus said Tuesday that a New Jersey-based business, Logical Source Inc., offered a 15-year loan with a low interest rate that should allow his family to keep their home.
Illinois State Police detective James Walker's account of the shooting that took place at the First Baptist Church in Maryville, Ill., offers a clearer picture of the incident.
The cuts represent about 15 percent of The Star's work force and wages will be reduced for all workers.
Money committed to the upkeep of the Truman Sports Complex could be used to stave off cuts to the Kansas City Police Department.
Terry J. Sedlacek was charged Monday after the shooting death of the Rev. Fred Winters and the stabbings of two parishioners of the First Baptist Church in Troy, Ill. Sedlacek once suffered from Lyme disease, which can have serious effects on the brain if left untreated.
Authorities expect to soon charge a man suspected of killing an Illinois pastor Sunday. The gunman was in serious condition Monday from wounds he sustained in the confrontation.
Weather experts said the rain is a cause for concern, but mostly dry weather is expected in the immediate future.
Some areas of Missouri, Illinois and Iowa received up to 3 inches of rain over the weekend. The National Weather Service is predicting another round of significant rain through Tuesday.
Ohio-based Cedar Fair Entertainment Co. is considering selling two amusement parks in Missouri and Minnesota to help pay down some of its debt. The company is also planning to cut its annual distribtion rate and might sell an additional amusement park in California.
Horst Sabla is charged in Laclede County with first-degree murder in the shooting death of his wife, Sharon.
The roof on Fair Grove Elementary was ripped off during a storm Sunday morning.
A 19-year-old is charged with with burglary and arson after St. Mary's Catholic Church was destroyed in a fire in February.
The man's sentence was reduced because he was not found to be a prior offender before the trial, and thus he could not be sentenced as one.
He and his wife are two of the people accused of stealing from the city.
Gov. Jay Nixon is proposing an expansion of Medicaid on Monday, but the GOP-led House Budget Committee begins debates on a spending plan not including the governor's expansion.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat, said she was not familiar with the details of the federal stimulus law but that action needed to be taken.
Police have labeled the father of a 4-year-old Kansas City girl, missing since Friday, a 'person of interest' in the child's mother's death.
An Oklahoma woman, who was admitted into intensive care for dehydration, claims she was held hostage.
Larry Covington, a former superintendent of streets, now faces a charge of felony stealing, in addition to an earlier charge of stealing by deceit.