A 100-year-old statue has been removed from its perch atop a Civil War memorial in Wichita. The 13-foot-tall "Liberty"' has been sent to central Missouri for repairs.
Bill James, former publisher of The Daily Star-Journal in Warrensburg and a member of the Missouri Press Association Hall of Fame, has died.
St. Louis archbishop Robert Carlson has connections to the Rev. Xiu Hui "Joseph" Jiang, who was accused of child abuse in 2012, and may have failed to report Jiang's behavior.
Nathan Grellner, former mayor of Valley Park, pleaded guilty Tuesday to several charges including drug and alcohol intoxication, resisting arrest and assaulting an officer.
The organizers for the Musial Awards say the St. Louis Cardinals are being recognized for "playing with heart, class, character and respect for the game."
The Missouri governor wants to meet with members of House and Senate interim committees who have been studying potential Medicaid changes ahead of the 2014 session.
The panel will investigate allegations of a hostile work environment in the Missouri Department of Agriculture.
Authorities said the company had marketed the antipsychotic drugs Risperdal and Invega for unapproved uses in children, seniors and disabled patients.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver on Monday issued a temporary injunction barring the Department of Agriculture from inspecting the plants. Slaughterhouses in New Mexico and Missouri had hoped to start up as soon as this week.
Jeffery L. Bruner, of Joplin, is being held without bond in the Jasper County Jail on charges of felony murder and armed criminal action in the shooting death of MSSU offensive line coach Derek Moore.
Missouri budget officials say the state's tax revenues have increased 2.5 percent through the first four months of the current fiscal year.
The Second Chance Choir of Lincoln County Jail inmates performs at churches around Missouri.
Lillian DesMarias left an $8 million donation to a Chillicothe library after her death. She was director of the library from 1970 until 1980.
A state audit of the circuit court released last week found at least $355 was missing because of lax oversight and accounting issues.
Gov. Jay Nixon has issued an executive order also closing state offices the Friday after Thanksgiving.
Were the Texas law to be overturned, physicians wanting to provide abortions could make a strong challenge to the similar Missouri law. Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri already is considering whether to file such a lawsuit, said Peter Brownlie, the group's president and CEO.
John Hagler says he had previous told Gov. Jay Nixon of his plans to retire this fall. After being removed from his position as director of the Agriculture Deparment, he is now working for an unidentified Missouri company.
Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph is planning an unveiling event Monday morning on what would have been the Walter Cronkite's 97th birthday.
Shawn Ratigan was sentenced in September to 50 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to five child pornography counts, one charge for each of five victims.