Missouri House Votes to Raise Poaching Fines for Elk
The Missouri House has voted overwhelmingly to raise poaching fines to protect the state's fledgling elk population.
Carriage Rides Can Be Regulated But Not Banned Under Bill
The alderman's move was supported by animal-rights advocates who argue pulling the carriages harms the animals.
Kansas Man Gets 3 Life Sentences for Child Molestation
A 35-year-old Kansas man is likely to spend the rest of his life in prison after being sentenced for molesting three young girls.
Former Boy Scout Volunteer Charged With Child Molestation
A Boy Scout volunteer has been charged with videotaping and photographing himself as he molested two children at his St. Louis County home.
Greitens Blames Politics, But Even Some in GOP Concerned
She said Greitens "taped my hands to these rings and then put a blindfold on me," took a photo of her partially nude, then warned her to remain silent.
Grand Jury Indicts Missouri Governor Greitens
A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge.
Missouri Man Convicted of Sexually Assaulting Teen at YMCA
A Springfield man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a teenager with a mental disability at a YMCA.
Charges Upgraded in St. Joseph Double Homicide
Charges have been upgraded against two of the suspects in a double homicide in St. Joseph.
Man With Weapons in Car at School Faces a Federal Charge
A man who went to pick up a relative from a suburban St. Louis high school with numerous weapons in his car faces a federal charge.
Court: Kansas Can’t Cut Medicaid Funds to Planned Parenthood
Kansas can't cut Medicaid funds to a Planned Parenthood affiliate over videos anti-abortion activists secretly recorded, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.