Police Sent to Wrong Address Before Officer Was Slain
Authorities are trying to determine why police officers responding to a 911 call were sent to the wrong house, where they say a man opened fire.
Woman Found Dead in Rubble of Missouri Home after Fire
Authorities are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found in the rubble of a mid-Missouri farm house after a fire.
Amazon to Open Center in St. Louis Suburb Employing 1,500
Amazon is planning open a large packing and shipping facility in suburban St. Louis that will employ more than 1,500 full-time workers.
Clinton Officer Killed, Two Wounded Responding to 911 Call; Suspect Found Dead
A man shot and killed a police officer and wounded two others who were checking on a disturbance at a Missouri home.
University of Missouri Faces $60M Budget Hole Amid Cuts
The University of Missouri is facing a $60 million budget shortfall on its Columbia campus under a worst-case scenario for state support and enrollment.
Property Owners Along Ozarks Call For Boating Regulations
The Missouri House Crime Prevention and Public Safety Committee passed a bill that would give property owners a say in how fast boats can go in certain areas
Missouri Man Already Charged in 3 Deaths Indicted in 3 More
A man already charged with killing three people in the Kansas City area was indicted Friday in the deaths of three more men, all of whom were shot in apparently unprovoked attacks along or near hiking trails, Jackson County prosecutors said.
Greitens Sent Political Invite on Charity Email
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens used an email address for a veterans charity he founded to arrange political meetings as he prepared to launch his first bid for public office
Report: No Laws Broken for Confide Use in Greitens’ Office
A Thursday report from Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley’s office says it doesn’t appear that fellow Republican Gov. Eric Greitens’ staff violated records laws while using a secretive messaging app.
Missouri House Votes to Raise Poaching Fines for Elk
The Missouri House has voted overwhelmingly to raise poaching fines to protect the state's fledgling elk population.