A program in which St. Louis police buy guns to get them off the street will likely come up for a vote at Wednesday's St. Louis police commissioners meeting.
Jeff Roberts, the husband of a woman shot to death in her bathtub, has asked anyone with information on the death to contact police, and Cass Regional Medical Center has donated $10,000 in reward money.
The bullet, which a transportation authority official said was not fired intentionally, missed passengers but caused minor injuries.
Scott Roan of Quincy, Ill., was arrested Tuesday near Taylor, by the Mississippi River, after a two-state car chase.
Catherine Carson and Lee Murdock of Rogersville face several charges, including endangering the welfare of a child.
The nation's second-oldest orchestra is getting two new vice presidents — for artistic administration and for development.
General revenues are down 3.9 percent compared to the previous year through the fiscal year's first five months.
Election returns certified Tuesday by the secretary of state's office show that Republican John McCain won Missouri by 3,903 votes — or 0.13 percentage point. This marks the first presidential election since 1956 in which Missouri's winner did not win the presidency.
A Missouri man died from rabies after being bitten by a bat. This is the state's first human death from rabies since 1959.
An alderman said Tuesday he is frustrated with police's response to crime in north St. Louis.
Two St. Louis-based coal companies, along with Ameren Corp., are joining forces with Washington University to form the Consortium for Clean Coal Utilization, the university's chancellor announced Tuesday.
Preschool-age children were denied enrollment in a before- and after-school care program after a state inspection showed lead at their school.
A former staffer is suing because she said she was paid less than her peers and because the mayor's wife used racial slurs around her.
After reporting an $833 million surplus this summer, the state drew lower-than-expected tax revenues and now anticipates a deficit by the end of June 2009.
The residents said they have suffered health issues and that family and friends have refused to visit them because of the hog farm.
Eric Feltner was sentenced to 10 days in jail for violating probation on a pornography conviction. Feltner was found accessing the Internet for personal use, and one of the terms of his probation was that he not use the Internet except for business purposes.
Adolph Belt Jr., a retired state trooper, was found liable for running the red light in municipal court in September and fined $100. He has filed a lawsuit challenging the city of Springfield over its use of red-light cameras.
Emily Altom's son, Ethan Patrick Williams, died after being hopitalized with an infection. Charges of voluntary manslaughter against her and Michael Altom will be dropped.
A Fulton man died after losing control of his sports utility vehicle Monday morning on icy roads and veering into the path of a utility truck.
The groundwork was laid Monday to make the 2009 legislative session a repeat of the 2008 debate over a proposal abortion bill.