BLOOMFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Trial is this week for a southeast Missouri man accused of killing his son while high on synthetic drugs. Jury selection was scheduled for Tuesday, with the trial expected to last through Friday for 43-year-old Charles Goforth of Catron
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — A standoff involving Ferguson law enforcement officers and a man believed to have shot his brother in the head ended peacefully after hours of negotiations. Ferguson police spokesman Jeff Small says the suspect was taken into custody
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a U.S. bishop who was convicted of failing to report a suspected child abuser. Bishop Robert Finn led the Diocese of Kansas City-St Joseph in Missouri for nearly 10 years
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) — Officials say a substitute teacher won't be allowed backed into an Independence district classroom until an investigation into accusations he hit several third-graders finishes
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A man faces several charges after Springfield authorities say he broke into a woman's home, put on her clothes and then left the scene on her bicycle. Ryan Lorton is charged with burglary, theft, tampering with a motor vehicle and resisting arrest
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis' governing board appears ready to decide a measure that would allow citizens to review complaints against police officers. The St. Louis Board of Aldermen is expected to vote today on a proposal that would create a seven-person St
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Prosecutors dropped more than a dozen charges before a St. Louis city police officer was to testify about a secret device used to locate suspects in a robbery spree. The move this month freed the officer from facing questions about a surveillance tool that is subject to a confidentiality agreement between St
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new audit has concluded that the University of Missouri-Kansas City's business school was allowed to run up an operating deficit of nearly $11 million in an ill-fated effort to boost its enrollment
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Republicans have stuck to their commitment of not expanding Medicaid this session but some incremental changes to the system are moving forward. Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey's proposal to raise the asset limit for people with disabilities is one that's passed the Senate
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