Man Charged with Terrorism in Stopping of Amtrak Train
A Missouri man suspected of stopping an Amtrak train in southwest Nebraska has been charged with terrorism.
Man Found Dead Inside Truck in Kansas City, Kansas
A van carrying a person of interest in a Kansas killing led officers on a wild chase as the driver weaved through the wrong lanes of an interstate.
Missouri Legislature Begins 2018 With Unfinished Business
The Missouri Legislature launched the annual session with a call for stronger ethics laws, talk of tax changes and interest in issues that took a center stage last year.
Reeds Spring Man Gets Life Sentence for Child Sex Crimes
A Reeds Springs man who prosecutors say had sexual contact with at least eight young children during more than 20 years was sentenced to life in prison.
Union Man Accused of Assaulting Girl, Forcing Her to Eat Meth
A Missouri man on parole is accused of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old girl in a motel room and forcing her to eat methamphetamine and smoke marijuana.
Missouri Man Sentenced to Life in 1996 Slaying in Maryland
A Missouri man has been sentenced to life in prison in the 1996 rape and strangulation of a 15-year-old Maryland girl.
Greene County Sheriff Sues State Auditor for Documents
The Greene County Sheriff is suing the state auditor in a dispute over allegations that the county illegally used public money to support a sales tax proposal.
Jasper County Deputies Involved in Fatal Shooting
The Jasper County Sheriff's Department says a 66-year-old Joplin man died after he was shot by sheriff's deputies who were serving civil court papers.
Adoptees in Missouri Get Birth Certificate Access
Missouri residents who were adopted now have access to their original birth certificates.
Ex-Banker Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Sedalia Bank
A former suburban St. Louis banker has pleaded guilty to defrauding a Sedalia bank out of millions of dollars and using the money to try and save other investments.