Two people were killed in a car wreck on a Callaway County road. The victims were identified as Shawn M. Sumner, 17, of Williamsburg, and Kimberly K. Hall, 50, of Fulton.
The Missouri National Guard was sent to southeast Missouri to assist with debris cleanup and power generation after the recent ice storm. On Friday, President Barack Obama approved a request for a federal emergency declaration.
Seventeen students staff the store and get paid for hours they work after the school day.
The boy was at a farm on a snow day when he was run over.
A pregnant woman was among the five wounded, though none suffered serious injuries.
Seven hunters face misdemeanor criminal charges for allegedly killing protected migratory birds in central Missouri.
Almost 90 locations around the state will accept people's mercury-containing items.
The Mountain Grove Walmart will likely reopen Friday if an inspector declares it safe.
Investigators looking into former Gov. Matt Blunt's e-mail practices are protected by the state's legal expense fund, according to the attorney general's office. The investigators now are expected to file a report on their findings.
A Walmart Supercenter in Branson has reopened after a structural evaluation found the snow-laden roof to be safe.
A Walmart Supercenter in Branson is closed because of its sagging roof.
The man was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for attempting to have sex with a child.
Consultants hired by the St. Louis public school district recommended closing nearly a third of the district's schools and said other facilities need extensive renovations.
The U.S. Department of Commerce will release $1.7 million to support an effort to improve trade between St. Louis and China.
One senator wants the nominee's former client list released to avoid conflicts of interest.
Different bills restricting hand-held phone usage while driving have been pre-filed following two fatal traffic accidents in the St. Louis area involving text messaging.
The new House Speaker Ron Richard plans to pitch the idea to set up a charitable trust this spring to former House speakers and past Senate leaders.
Utility providers are scrambling to return power to southeast Missouri after this week's ice and snow storms. Providers said it could be a week or longer before electricity returns to the hardest-hit areas.
The Missouri Senate rejected a recommendation to increase the salaries of state legislators, state officials and judges by a 32-1 vote. The current economy and recent lay-offs across the state influenced the state Senate's decision.