St. Joseph Man Dies in Officer-Involved Shooting
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a 27-year-old man was died after a police shooting in St. Joseph.
ATF to Help With Investigation at Eastern Missouri Club
Agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are joining the investigation into a fire that destroyed a St. Louis-area country club.
Dozens of Headstones Toppled at Missouri Jewish Cemetery
Authorities in Missouri are investigating after dozens of headstones were damaged at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis.
Police: Would-be Robber Shot, Then Arrested and Charged
A north St. Louis County man is facing robbery charges, and is hospitalized with gunshot wounds, after allegedly trying to rob a man, only to be shot by the victim's neighbor.
Prosecutor: Off-Duty Officer Justified in Fatal Shooting
A St. Louis County police officer will not face charges for fatally shooting an intruder inside his home.
Kansas Deputy Testifies About Alleged Sexual Assault
A Kansas sheriff's deputy says two Kansas City-area men who are charged with kidnapping and raping her referred to each other by name during the attack.
Missouri Lawyer Acquitted in Killings of Dad, his Girlfriend
A Kansas City attorney has been acquitted in the killing of her millionaire father and his girlfriend at their Missouri lake house.
Greitens Names Appointees to University of Missouri Curators
Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is appointing three people to the University of Missouri System governing board.
Former Saline County Sheriff Sentenced for Embezzlement
According to the AP, a former longtime sheriff of Saline County, who embezzled thousands of dollars, has been sentenced to nine months in prison.
Former Secretary of State Launches ‘Let America Vote’ Effort
Three months after losing his bid for the U.S. Senate, former Democratic Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander is launching an organization that's taking a new approach to fight what he calls voter suppression efforts.