Missouri Governor Slams Fellow Republicans on Social Media
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is lashing out against two Republican senators who didn't vote against a pay raise for themselves and other elected officials.
Missouri Girl Dies After Boy Mishandles Firearm, Police Say
Authorities say a 10-year-old southwest Missouri girl who was fatally shot died after a boy found a hidden handgun and "unintentionally" mishandled it.
Missouri Utility to Appeal $10M Award in Worker’s Lawsuit
A Missouri-based utility says it will appeal a state judge's award of more than $10 million to a worker who said he developed respiratory issues at one of the company's sites.
Man Tells Relatives He Loves Them Before Execution
A Missouri inmate who was executed for killing two children and their mother mouthed "I love you" to his brother and sister-in-law as he was being put to death.
Rapper Killed in Triple Shooting Near St. Louis Restaurant
St. Louis police say a rapper died in a triple shooting in downtown St. Louis.
Ex-Fort Leonard Wood Man Pleads Guilty in Child Sex Abuse
Federal prosecutors say a former Fort Leonard Wood man pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a 6-year-old child at the fort.
Missouri Senate Passes Measure Banning Mandatory Union Fees
Missouri's Republican-led Senate has passed a right-to-work bill to ban mandatory union fees.
Amazon to Collect State Sales Tax in Missouri
Online retail giant Amazon will begin collecting sales tax in Missouri next month.
Missouri Truck Driver Charged After Traffic Accident Kills Two
A truck driver is facing two counts of second-degree murder after a traffic accident killed two people in southwest Missouri.
Police Investigate After One Killed, Two Injured in Springfield
Authorities say one man has been killed and two people have been injured in a Springfield attack.