Attorneys defending Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens against an invasion-of-privacy charge are raising doubts about the testimony of a woman with whom he had an affair.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri man died after a brick fell off an oncoming vehicle and smashed through his windshield. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the crash happened Saturday evening about 60 miles northwest of St. Louis on Highway 47 in Lincoln County. The Missouri Highway Patrol says 73-year-old Frederick Lueck, of Troy, Missouri, was driving east when the brick crashed through the windshield of his Chevrolet Impala. Then the car hit several poles and a sign before stopping. Frederick Lueck died at the scene. His passenger, 67-year-old Kathleen Lueck of Troy, Missouri, declined
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri is getting close to $280,000 in federal funding for housing for homeless veterans. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development unveiled $43 million in grants for local housing agencies across the country Friday. A portion of that money will go to housing authorities in the St. Louis area, Springfield, Joplin and parts of southeast Missouri. Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill in a Friday statement said homelessness disproportionately affects veterans. She touted the funding.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' personal attorney is asking state lawmakers to delay the release of its findings in an investigation of Greitens' actions during an extramarital affair. Attorney Edward Dowd sent a letter Friday to the head of the House committee that's investigating that details what he said were several problems with a criminal investigation being conducted in St. Louis. Dowd warned that the committee's findings will "almost certainly" contain information that will prove to be inaccurate as the criminal investigation proceeds. The House's report is
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A Columbia bank is hosting a series of "adulting" classes for millennials to learn the ins and outs of grown-up responsibilities, such as buying a house or paying off credit card debt. The Columbia Missourian reports that more than 30 millennials, between the ages of 20 and 35, attended a class on home ownership from mortgage specialists this week. It's the Central Bank of Boone County's latest offering in a series called "The Art of Adulting." The bank surveyed millennial staff and compiled seminars on topics that the generation often finds intimidating. Registered
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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has approved an additional $700 million of spending this year.
House lawmakers gave the bill initial approval in a voice vote Wednesday. It needs another vote to move to the Senate.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' attorneys want state lawmakers to delay releasing the results of an investigation of the Republican governor.
Tuesday was election day in Missouri. Many of you raced the storms to cast your vote in municipal races.
The Missouri House has passed legislation to require parents receiving food stamps to comply with work requirements or face losing benefits.
On April 3, voters in Missouri will make several decision on community leaders and issues.
The state of Missouri has paid out nearly $600,000 to a female corrections officer to settle another sexual harassment lawsuit.
Police say the two men were in a dispute before shots were fired.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is spending an estimated $50,000 on a statewide radio ad buy to make the case for staying in office despite a grand jury accusing him of taking and transmitting a nonconsensual photo of a partially nude woman.
The Missouri House has endorsed a bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks.
A smartphone app developed by a University of Missouri professor is helping victims of intimate partner violence create safety plans and find resources.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' request that a judge, not a jury, determine his fate in a criminal case has been rejected.
The Missouri governor's office says several hundred people may be abusing the state's Blind Pension Fund.
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a stay of execution for a Missouri inmate who argued that a medical condition could result in the process causing him undue suffering.
The former sheriff of Mississippi County, Missouri, has been indicted on 11 counts of identity theft in federal court.
SIKESTON, MO - The Kenny Rogers Children's Center Telethon had another successful year. The Telethon wrapped up Sunday, March 18th having raised $347,025 to help children with special needs in the area. The 38th annual telethon's theme was "Super Heroes" with…
The Missouri House has passed a proposal that would ban children 17 and younger from participating in mixed martial arts or professional kickboxing.
From Easter egg hunts to buffets, we got all your local Easter events.