Company Says it Gave Correct Address Before Officer’s Death
A telephone company says its database did not provide the wrong address and phone number to police dispatchers leading to the shooting of three officers, one fatally.
Suspected Arsonists Sought in Southwest Missouri county
Authorities in a southwest Missouri county are looking for someone who apparently is setting arson fires made more dangerous by dry conditions.
County Collector Resigns as FBI Investigates County Funds
A mid-Missouri county collector has resigned after suspicious activity was found in the county's checking account.
Democratic Lawyer Files Ethics Complaint Against Hawley
A Democratic lawyer has filed an ethics complaint against Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley over pro bono legal services he received in 2016.
Missouri Lawmakers Raise Concerns About Ethics Commission
Some lawmakers have raised concerns that Gov. Greitens has the power to appoint members to a state ethics panel that's currently reviewing a complaint against him.
Springfield Man Convicted in 2011 Killing at Motel
A 55-year-old man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the September 2011 killing of a woman at a Springfield hotel.
Ex-Prisoner Asks Police to Arrest Him to Avoid Homelessness
A Missouri man who spent almost four decades in prison is back behind bars after faking an armed robbery and begging police to put him back inside.
Two Life Sentences for Murder at Federal Prison Hospital
A man already serving life in prison was sentenced to two more life terms for killing another prisoner at the federal prison hospital in Springfield, Missouri.
Attorney Sentenced for Stealing Victim Restitution Funds
A 48-year-old Liberty attorney who stole funds intended for victim restitution was sentenced to three years and one month in federal prison without parole.
Woman Charged With Murder in Death of Clinton Officer
A woman is now charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of a western Missouri police officer killed last week.