Ozark to Remove Christian Cross from Holiday Display
The southwest Missouri city of Ozark is taking down a Christian cross that is part of its holiday display after a national advocacy group complained about it.
Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Ex-Inmate Over Jail Debt
A Missouri appeals court has sided with a former county jail inmate over the way a court process was used to try and collect payment for his room and board while behind bars.
Man Acquitted of Fraud in Joplin Tornado Cleanup
A businessman has been acquitted of defrauding the federal government out of $3 million in disaster recovery money after a massive tornado ripped through Joplin in 2011.
Marion County Prosecutor Found Dead in His Home
An autopsy is planned after a northeast Missouri prosecuting attorney was found dead in his home.
Plans to Expand Cattle Feedlot Near Outdoor Garden Rejected
A Missouri commission has rejected a proposal to greatly expand a cattle feedlot near a 970-acre botanical garden.
Man Charged in Jefferson City Man’s Shooting Death
A 20-year-old Jefferson City man is charged in the shooting death of another man in an apparent drug deal.
Pipe Bomb Near Potosi May be Tied to Earlier Arson
An eastern Missouri man already facing charges in connection with a suspicious fire is facing additional scrutiny after a pipe bomb was found near the site of the blaze.
Missouri Coalition Tackles State’s Rising Prison Population
A multidisciplinary coalition of Missouri professionals has launched a data-driven prison reform initiative, aiming to curb rising imprisonment rates.
Kansas City Area Man Charged in Stabbing Death
A Kansas City area man has been charged with stabbing a man to death while on probation in an assault case.
Nebraska Tourism Guide Mistakenly Features Missouri Picture
Nebraska's newest state travel guide mistakenly features a picture of a Christmas celebration at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri.