Columbia Elementary Principal Suspected in Hit-and-Run
A Columbia Public Schools administrator has been arrested in a hit-and-run crash.
Missouri Judge Says Governor Can Appoint Lt. Governor
A Missouri judge upheld a governor's right to appoint a lieutenant governor Wednesday, bringing some clarity to a decades-old legal argument in the state.
Man Sentenced in Drug Case That Involved Police Shooting
A Kansas City man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for drug trafficking in a case that involved police fatally shooting another suspect.
Guards Charged With Killing Man Outside Missouri Bar
Two security guards have been charged with fatally shooting a man outside a Kansas City bar.
Four Rides at Kansas Water Park Still Shut Over Safety Concerns
Four rides at a Kansas water park where a boy was decapitated remain closed two months after auditors found that the rides did not comply with state requirements .
Imo’s Family Offers $10,000 Reward in Pizza Driver’s Death
The reward for information in the shooting death of a pizza delivery driver in St. Louis is now up to a possible $15,000.
Former Pharmacy Technician Indicted in Hospital Drug Theft
Federal prosecutors say a former pharmacy technician at a Springfield hospital stole morphine and fentanyl and then replaced the drugs with saline solution.
Prison Guard Receives $800,000 Settlement in Harassment Case
The state of Missouri will pay a former female prison guard $800,000 to settle a sexual harassment case.
Jaycees Fair Drops Theme Deemed too Similar to Trump Theme
Officials of a mid-Missouri county fair decided to drop this year’s theme over concerns that it sounded too much like the “Make America Great Again” slogan popularized by President Donald Trump.
St. Louis Man Charged With Severely Burning 8-Month-Old
Prosecutors allege a 26-year-old St. Louis man intentionally severely burned an 8-month-old boy, who also suffered injuries to his brain and liver.