Rapper Nelly and music producer Jermaine Dupri will host the third annual Black and White Ball in St. Louis.
A Missouri mother on trial in a landmark cyber-bullying case was convicted Wednesday of three minor offenses instead of the main conspiracy charge in an Internet hoax that prosecutors say drove a 13-year-old girl to suicide.
Attorneys for a Roman Catholic diocese in southwestern Illinois have filed notice that they will appeal a jury award of $5 million to a former altar boy who was sexually abused by a priest.
Meeting without most of its members, a citizens’ salary commission recommends that Missouri judges and elected officials get a pay raise if state employees do.
A man who beat a Lebanon teenager to death over text messages was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and other charges stemming from the June 2007 attack.
John Danforth has advised the Interior secretary not to count on his family foundation’s offer of $50 million — at least for now — to fund construction of any cultural attraction that may be built on the Gateway Arch grounds.
A southern Illinois farmer accused of bankruptcy fraud in a case that has ties to a double homicide is due in court for a change-of-plea hearing.
AAA Auto Club reports that Missouri’s $1.58 average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is the lowest in the nation. Among neighboring states, Kansas on Tuesday was at $1.70, Iowa at $1.78, Illinois at $1.88 and Arkansas at $1.73.
More votes were tallied to name the birds than were cast in the recent election.
Curators Cheryl Walker and Don Walsworth have been allies on the Board of Curators since their appointments in 2003. The lawsuit was filed in St. Louis on Monday but doesn't name Walsworth.
Lori Drew’s defense lawyer reminds the jury that they're dealing with an Internet case, not a homicide. Drew could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison.
Arkansas and Missouri officials agreed Monday to meet annually to study ways to protect watersheds and aquifers that cross state lines, a pact both states said would help keep water fights out of the courtroom.
A hunting party found the body encased in concrete and stuffed in a toolbox on Nov. 15.
The Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials is forging ahead with public hearings that could result in recommended pay raises for Missouri's elected officials and judges, even though the 22-member salary commission is meeting with just 10 members because Gov. Matt Blunt has not made appointments.
Twelve years after a military sex scandal that led to changes in Army training, Fort Leonard Wood has seen a stream of cases in which drill sergeants have been accused of sexual misconduct with women trainees. Since February 2007, at least 14 drill sergeants or other trainers have faced courts-martial for improper relationships with soldiers undergoing basic training, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Jan Kauffman, a former Teacher of the Year award recipient, admitted to contacting former student Tyson Wilson.
A 7-year-old boy who died in a house fire Saturday evening was playing with a fireplace lighter or matches in the basement, fire investigators said.
A quality control inspector from Sedalia inspects the beams, diaphragms and cross frames made at DeLong's Inc. and used to construct bridges.
Cameron residents are concerned about drinking water being linked to brain tumors, even though the Department of Natural Resources says it's safe.