ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri woman is accused of stealing $400,000 from the small town where she formerly worked, and $156,000 from a charity.
A puppy with a growth that resembles a tail on his head is gaining national attention, and the animal rescue caring for him hopes the publicity will help other dogs in the community.
Federal transportation safety investigators criticized the U.S. Coast Guard Wednesday for ignoring suggestions over nearly two decades to improve tourist duck boats, changes they say might have prevented last year's Missouri accident that killed 17 people.
The hearing at a downtown St. Louis state office building is expected to last five days and a ruling isn't expected until February at the earliest.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO — A Cape Girardeau, Missouri, woman has claimed the $3 million Mega Millions prize she won with a ticket bought at a Schnucks Market earlier this month.
A 5-year-old girl died Monday at a hospital, a day after the blaze broke out at the Clinton-Peabody public housing complex. A 6-month-old boy was found dead by firefighters who responded to the blaze. A third child, a 4-year-old girl, is in critical condition.
A Missouri group pushing to expand access to voting is going to court over how the state's top election official wants to describe the proposal to voters.
A Kansas City, MO man is recovering after striking a concrete barrier on his motorcycle and being thrown 47 feet off the side of the highway.
The Missouri Lottery says a $3 million Mega Millions ticket was sold in Cape Girardeau, matching all five numbers of Tuesday night's drawing.
A state appeals court has sided with Missouri prison guards who alleged they were shorted on their pay in a lawsuit that could cost taxpayers $125 million.
One suspect in the Kansas bar shooting that left four men dead and five people injured has been arrested and a second suspect has been identified.
A Missouri man was executed Tuesday for killing a man during a violent 1996 crime spree in southeast Missouri, despite concerns that the inmate's rare medical condition would cause a gruesome lethal injection.
Russell Bucklew, 51, is scheduled to die by lethal injection at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. ET) Tuesday. He was convicted of first degree murder, kidnapping, and first degree burglary in 1997.
The cave figured prominently in Twain's book, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," published in 1876, and became famous thereafter.
Paul Goldschmidt and the St. Louis Cardinals celebrated the franchise’s first postseason berth in four years with a champagne toast in the visitor’s clubhouse.
The Missouri man is the state's first death related to an outbreak of lung disease linked to e-cigarettes or other vaping-related devices, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said.
A federal judge has denied a request by Missouri to allow a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy to go into effect while the state waits for further court action.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Friday will release details of a lengthy investigation into sex crimes involving Roman Catholic clergy.
Parson met with St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, St. Louis County Executive Sam Page and about a dozen other area leaders to address violence in the city.
The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled that a lawsuit filed over the Rams' departure from St. Louis in 2016 will be heard in a St. Louis courtroom.
When the congregation moved out of a century-old Methodist church in St. Louis, the building could have turned into a vacant eyesore. Instead, Lisa and Dan Macheca bought it and turned it into a bed and breakfast.
The Missouri Department of Corrections is partnering with a university to launch college-level classes designed to train murderers, rapists and other long-term inmates to be ministers.