The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced how those interested in producing hemp can start applying and registering for the 2020 growing season.
About half a dozen people have applied for a first-of-its kind job to draw election maps that are fair and competitive.
A former priest is suing for libel and slander after being included on a list of alleged abusers of children.
A man who admitted sending emails to job applicants to a St. Louis health clinic telling them that their names were too “ghetto” to be hired has been sentenced to four years of probation.
A medical examiner says drug overdoses killed two inmates who died within hours of each other in early October.
Missouri Coalition for the Environment filed the lawsuit Monday in response to weakened nutrient protections for state lakes.
The school district owes the state $192,730 for falsifying three years of attendance data to regain full accreditation.
The owner of a Missouri coin-operated game company wants a judge to shut down another company's video gambling terminals.
A North Carolina man has pleaded guilty to illegally possessing more than 50 stolen firearms.
A Kansas City man has been charged with killing his girlfriend's 2-month-old son.
Model legislation was created to save farms that had been in families for generations. In many cases, those ties date back to Reconstruction.
Dog that drew international attention because of tail-like growth on face will remain with founder of group that rescued him.
Interest in medical marijuana use has far outpaced expectations only five months into Missouri’s new program.
A federal judge has ruled that an 1851 maritime law does not protect a company from making payments to families of people aboard
Kansas City police say police shot and killed a person on the city’s east side
One reason fewer deer have been killed so far this year is that the holiday fell later than it has in six years.
Officials are buying a piece of equipment that simulates the experience of being in an earthquake to prepare residents.
Fulton police are investigating a shooting of a man who may have mistakenly thought he was entering his own house.
Authorities say one person suffered minor injuries after a rock slide closed a mid-Missouri highway.
Midwest economy: November state-by-state glance of Midwest and Plains business conditions.
Only a small number of police agencies in the state submit data to an FBI program designed to track shootings.
Authorities say three people died in southeast Missouri when their vehicles were swept off flooded roads in Bollinger County.