Dad Charged With Murder After Child Finds Body
A Kansas City man has been charged with killing his wife after the couple's 7-year-old daughter told a school counselor that she had found a body.
Effort Seeks to Fix Quirk: Missourians With Iowa Addresses
A quirk in the mail delivery system is forcing some residents of rural northern Missouri to have Iowa mailing addresses.
Missouri Student Third Person to Die in Illinois Crash
A Missouri college student is the third person to die after a major crash this week on Interstate 55 in southwestern Illinois.
Seven Arrested During Mall Protest in St. Louis
A protest forced a large suburban St. Louis shopping mall to close for an hour on one of the year's busiest shopping days.
Two Killed in Osage Beach Crash
Two people have died in a single-car crash in central Missouri.
Missouri City Opens Largest Solar Farm in the State
A city in southwest Missouri has opened the largest solar farm in the state.
Report: Opioid Deaths May Top Traffic Fatalities in Missouri
Deaths from opioid overdose could exceed traffic fatalities in Missouri this year, for the first time ever.
Grasshopper Found in Van Gogh Painting at Kansas City Museum
A small grasshopper has been found embedded in a Vincent van Gogh painting at a Kansas City museum.
Poachers Face Jail Time, Fines for Killing Deer in Kansas
Two 20-year-old Missouri hunters have been sentenced to 60 days in county jail and ordered to pay $18,200 in fines for poaching deer in Kansas.
PBS Airing Film on Mark Twain’s Trip Aboard First Cruise Ship
When the steamship considered the first cruise ship to originate in America left its New York City pier 150 years ago, the passenger list included a little-known California newspaperman writing under the pen name Mark Twain.