An organization that advocates for open government is asking a judge to bar Gov. Eric Greitens and his staff from using an app that deletes messages after they're read.
A Missouri mom is holding her baby a little tighter this holiday season, after a 16-year-old took off in her car with her 6-month-old son in the backseat.
A St. Louis judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the city of St. Louis and the region's sports authority over the departure of the NFL's Rams, meaning the case will likely go to trial.
With temperatures well below freezing, many communities are opening up warming centers.
Missouri's governor and first lady want lawmakers to make it easier for teenagers in foster care to open bank accounts.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - After losing four firefighters to aggressive forms of cancer in the past year, the St. Louis Fire Department is making changes aimed at reducing the risk caused by frequent exposure to carcinogens. Chief Dennis Jenkerson told…
Fog is forcing crews to shut down the Dorena-Hickman Ferry for now.
These were not grandma's Christmas cookies.
Crews say they do not suspect foul play in a deadly fire.
Missouri's unemployment rate has dropped slightly.
The St. Louis Cardinals have received federal certification giving the organization legal protections in the event of a terrorist attack at Busch Stadium.
UNDATED - The Dorena-Hickman Ferry is temporarily closed due to a mechanical issue. The ferry is planned to reopen sometimes Monday or Tuesday. Parts have been ordered and will be delivered Monday morning, but repairs could take a half-day or…
Some HIV-positive patients in nearly half the counties in Missouri will lose health insurance coverage next year.
The Sikeston Department of Public Safety says Jonas Carter is wanted for three counts of possession of child pornography.
Deputies need your help finding a teenaged girl that may be in danger.
Two St. Louis-area police officers have been shot in the chest, but bulletproof vests apparently saved both from serious injury.
The director of the Missouri Veterans Commission has resigned amid complaints about care at the St. Louis Veterans Home.
The Sikeston Department of Public Safety was looking for a man who allegedly shot at a man in his car.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has rappelled into a bull-riding event, crawled through dirt in a SWAT obstacle course and entered a burning building with firefighters during his first few months in office.
Seven people were inside the home. They were able to escape, but two had minor injuries.
The pilot of a small airplane is dead after crashing onto the parking lot of a gas station near a suburban St. Louis airport.
Missouri's recently ousted education commissioner, Margie Vandeven, says Gov. Eric Greitens never met with her to discuss his expectations of her or his goals for education.
The southbound lane of the US 62/Ohio River Scenic Byway bridge was blocked because a semi trailer has lost part of its load on the bridge.