Missouri Health Officials Refuse Subpoena Over Deadly Virus
Missouri health officials have refused to comply with a subpoena for information on a tick-borne virus that killed a state worker.
Missouri Senate Approves Changes to Blind Pension Fund
The Missouri Senate approved new restrictions Wednesday to the state’s blind pension fund.
Mother Admits Allowing Blind, Autistic Son to Die in Field
A 43-year-old Missouri woman has pleaded guilty to letting her blind, autistic son die in a southwest Missouri field.
Missouri House Votes for More Concealed Carry in Schools
The Missouri House has moved to expand who can carry concealed weapons into schools.
Clerk Admits to Federal Gun Charge in Killing Over Candy
A St. Louis gas station clerk facing a murder charge in the fatal shooting of a customer he believed tried to steal candy has pleaded guilty
Three Black Men Falsely Accused of Shoplifting at Nordstrom Rack
The president of Nordstrom Rack has apologized to three black men who say they were falsely accused of shoplifting in a suburban St. Louis store.
Forensic Exam Underway on Missouri Gov. Greitens’ Cellphone
A forensic examiner in St. Louis is extracting data from the cellphone of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens
Authorities Investigating Missouri Man’s Death as Homicide
Authorities are investigating the death of a 79-year-old Missouri man as a homicide.
Police Search For Suspect in Deadly Columbia Shooting
Authorities are searching for a suspect in a deadly Columbia shooting.
AP: 6 Kid-on-Kid Sex Assault Cases at Army Base in Missouri
Army officials are now acknowledging they’ve investigated reports of child-on-child sexual assaults at Fort Leonard Wood.